In Loving Memory
of
Jack Henry Dwyer (Duiker)

Service
INVITE ONLY. TUESDAY 31ST AUGUST 2021. COMMENCING AT 10:00 A.M.
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Jack Dwyer (Duiker)
Passed away peacefully
on 19th August 2021 Aged 89 years
Loved husband of Veronica May.
Dearly loved brother of Henk (dec), Cor (dec),
Berdina (dec), Antonius (dec),
Art (dec), Anne, Coby (dec),
George, Joe, Hennie, Ben (dec), Harry, Nic, Herman and Maria.
Dearly loved brother in-law of John, Marie,
Ellie, John, Judy, Maria, and Jack.
Dear and sadly missed Uncle
to all his nieces and nephews.

Loved and always remembered.

Invite only due to the
current Government restrictions
maximum of 10 may attend.

Requiem Mass for the repose
of the soul for Jack will be offered
at St Michael’s Catholic Church,
129 High Street Berwick on
Tuesday 31st August 2021
commencing at 10:00 a.m.
A burial will follow at the
Berwick Cemetery

16 Inglis Road, Berwick.

Please click on the link below to
view the Church Service for Jack
which is scheduled to commence at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday 31st August 2021

Click HERE to view the Live Stream of Jack’s Service

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to the family, please leave a message on the
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Condolences / Guest Book

  1. Deepest Sympathies to Auntie May and all his brothers & sisters as you celebrate his life tomorrow – we’re thinking of you all

    Marie Grundell
  2. We are so sorry for the loss of your brother Jack and loving husband to May. We send you all our deepest condolences and sincere thoughts. From Ron and Rena Beuger.

    Rena Beuger
  3. Sending our prayers to the bereaved family of Jack Henry. May you find love and solace that God is true to His promise of eternal life to us believers.

    Edith Reyes
  4. To Jack Duiker family! Thinking and praying for you all ,on the loss of your Brother! He was and is a awesome Man he
    Will be sadly missed by all RIP Dear one

    Ellie Duiker
  5. May you be consoled knowing that our thoughts and prayers are with you all, for His dear wife May, Jack’s many brothers and sisters and all his nieces and nephews. May Jack forever rest in peace, embraced in his loving God’s arms for eternal peace. May the fond memories you have shared remain always in your hearts. sincere condolences Anthony and Elizabeth Overdyk.

    Elizabeth Overdyk
  6. To Aunty May and the Duiker family, you and your families are in our thoughts as you grieve this loss. May you find comfort in your memories of Uncle Jack. We will always remember his sense of humour and that cheeky smile. All our love

    Neil and Mary-Ann Orchard
  7. I was so fortunate to have had so many Uncles and Aunties in my life when I was growing up. All of which had an influence on me at one time or another. Uncle Jack was no exception and I will always fondly remember spending time with him on the slowest boat in the world, fishing and cooking the best bacon sandwiches. Life is a journey and I’m lucky to have spent some of mine with him.

    Deepest sympathy to all may he Rest In Peace.

    Harold Grundell
  8. To all of our family, especially May we can’t be with you today as much as we wished we could. Our thoughts and prayers go to all the family as we say goodbye today to Jack.
    Harry said he has not only lost his brother, he has lost his hero

    Harry & Judy Duiker
  9. The last two weeks has forever cemented in my heart the strength and love that a family brings. I am so proud to be part of such an amazing family that is the Duiker’s. Uncle Jack you always made me feel welcome with your cheeky smile and “G’day.” From the many Sunday’s we visited in Peel St to later years where you and Aunty May were always part of our family celebrations. You were such a wonderful man and I know dad loved you so very much. You will be truly missed. Much love to Aunty May and all of the Duiker family.

    Fran Duiker
  10. Love and hugs to you Auntie May and all the family at this time of sadness. I cherish memories of Peel Street days and Uncle Jack’s teasing of Humphrey. So grateful to be part of Godly heritage the Duiker family has blessed us all with. Love you Uncle Jack see you again one day xo

    Susie Boersma
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    Condolences to you May and all the Duiker Family,lovely service and tribute to Jack and you all will have fond memories of a good bloke and a bit of a larrikin in a good way.Rest in Peace Jack.

    Tony
  12. My sincere condolences to all the family at the lost of your dear husband, brother and uncle Jack. May his soul Rest In Peace.

    Sonia Ruiz
  13. To May, Jack’s brothers, sisters and extended families. We offer our thoughts, prayers and condolences at this time. As a man of faith may Jack be welcomed into God’s warm embrace as he enters eternal life.
    May your memories of Jack be with you always. In God’s care. Forever in your hearts.
    Elly and Kevin Lawlor.

    Elly and Kevin Lawlor