Tapasu Jason Hytongue (23 Nov 1953 - 4 Sep 2019)

Funeral Service

Location
Brimbank Anglican Church 18 Cemetery Rd Keilor East VIC 3033
Date
12th Sep 2019
Time
12.30pm
Funeral Director
Tribute Funeral Services

Burial Details

Location
Williamstown Cemetery Champion Road WILLIAMSTOWN 3016
Date
12th Sep 2019
Time
3pm

In loving memory of Tapasu Jason Hytongue who sadly passed away on 4th September 2019

Loved and Loving husband of Lydia
Beloved father and father-in-law of Patricia & Aisea, Helen, Jason& Sharon, Ben & Melissa, John, Daisy, David, Lydia, Talapepa.
Adored Poppy of Madeline & Grace
In God's Kingdom.

Family and friends are invited to Celebrate the Life of Tapasu Jason Hytongue at the Brimbank Anglican Church, 18 Cemetery Road, Keilor East, on THURSDAY (September 12, 2019) at 12:30pm
Following the service cortege will proceed to Williamstown Cemetery for the Burial.
Prayers will be offered WEDNESDAY EVENING (September 11, 2019) at the Brimbank Anglican Church, from 5pm to 9pm.

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I love and miss you Dad

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Lole, Lillian, Children & Grand Children Hytongue wrote

I miss you a lot my brother. You had guided me particularly in my school work and I did very good academically because I accepted the disciplinary punishment I received. Love always to your wife and your children. God bless them. Thank you 🙏 Lord
Love your brother Lole, Lillian, Children & Grand Children.

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Happy Easter Dad. In loving memory your wife, children and grandchildren. God bless, we love you

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Losi Family wrote

Such a hard man on the exterior but a loving soul inside. You had the presence of respect. More love to you for keeping things real. You never tip toed around matters, you always showed the real you. Thank you for being the realest. We found out about your passing recently. Rest In Peace. Alofaga’s to you, your wife & children. We love you all x

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Rest In Peace uncle from all of us in Auckland, Wainuiomata, Palmerstone North, Nelson, Sydney, Gold Coast & Perth.

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R.I.P cous all our love

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Trish Hytongue wrote

Thinking of you in welcoming the New Year with a prayer in our family tradition. God bless & loving you always Dad.

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Trish Hytongue wrote

Merry Christmas in Heaven Dad. Thinking & loving you always. God bless you always darling Dad Xx

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Madeline Grace Hytongue wrote

We miss you very dearly Poppy and will always remember your Big warm hugs and kisses. Love Madeline Grace Sharon and Jnr❤️

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Merry Christmas uncle R.I.P love you 💙💙💙

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Loving you always.  God bless you Dad

Loving you always. God bless you Dad

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Merry Christmas Dad, always thinking of you. Love always Mum & Trish

Merry Christmas Dad, always thinking of you. Love always Mum & Trish

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David Hytongue wrote


May our works we do, reflect your sacrifices made and invaluable life lessons. Your loving and quick forgiving nature will be dearly missed.
Through your tough love upbringing, you prospered us all into better individuals.
May you finally be at peace, free of pain, with our Heavenly Father and our Saviour, Jesus Christ forever and ever.

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