In Loving Memory
Hendrikus “Harry” Hanegraaf

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Hendrikus “Harry” Hanegraaf
Passed away suddenly on 15th June, 2020
Aged 88 years.
Dearly loved husband of Josephine “Fien”
Loving father of Garry, Mary-Anne, Harry,
Robert, Stewart, Dianne and their Partners.

Adored Opa of 17 and great Opa of 16.

A gentle nature, a heart of gold,
these are the memories we will hold.
Loved and remembered always.

Due to the current Government
restrictions Harry’s family will be
 a private family service.

Please click on the link below to view
the live stream Funeral Mass for Harry
which is scheduled to commence at 1:00 p.m.
on Wednesday 24th June, 2020.

Click to view live stream of Harry’s service

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  1. Please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of uncle Harry.
    Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
    Warm regards
    Neil, Kees and Shelly.

    Neil, Shelly & Kees
  2. Dear Aunty Fien and family. We are very saddened to hear about Uncle Harry’s passing. He was a great man and will be missed greatly. Sorry that we can’t be there to celebrate his life.
    Lots of Love, Adrian, Alison, Ryan, Dean, Charlotte and Emma Hanegraaf

    Adrian Hanegraaf
  3. Thinking of you all today, Sending our deepest sympathy to you all at this sad time of the loss of Harry, big hugs and kisses, love to all Sean, Anne Maree Hunter & family

    sean hunter
  4. May your hearts be filled with wonderful memories as you celebrate Harry’s life. Wishing you strength and peace during this time and sending you lots of love and comfort. Love from Steve, Sandy and family. xx

    Steve Van Someren
  5. Dear Aunty Fien and Family,
    our deepest sympathies to you all on the passing of Uncle Harry. We offer our thoughts, prayers and well wishes during this difficult time.
    Love from Michael, Lee, Audrey and Lieven Vogels

    Michael Vogels
  6. It takes something special, if you dare as a young man, to move to the other side of the world and build a new future there. Then you are NOT afraid of what the future will bring you!
    Harrie Hanegraaf was one of those, who went, saw, and conquered his place in his new homeland.
    Together with his wife Fien they worked hard on their dairy farm, they raised their family …. saw their children moving out, became grandparents …. sold the farm …. and decided it might be a good idea to pay a visit to the Netherlands … which they did.
    Harrie and Fien and my parents personally gave a big boost to the shares of both Qantas and KLM!
    And they enjoyed those visits very much! Good on them!

    Now Harrie left for another journey. Where, amongst others, he will meet up with my parents again. Hope he will find them soon!

    Our sympathy goes out to Fien, and her children and (great-)grandchildren. Hope you all will find the strength to cope with this loss!

    Johan Vereijken, Marlène van de Poel and children
  7. To Aunty Fien and family.
    We were all saddened to hear of the sudden passing of our beloved uncle. A true gentleman who always brightened your day with his smile and cheeky wit. We will all miss him. Our thoughts are with you all.
    All our love Andrew, Tracy, Rebekah, Patrick, Naomi, Mason and Mia.

    Andrew Hanegraaf
  8. To my sister inlaw Fien and family for the sudden passing of my brother Harry, sorry I couldn’t be at the funeral as I was not healthy enough on that day but ok again now. Bill and Ana Hanegraaf

    Bill Hanegraaf