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Every day we think of you dad
Every day we think of you dad

Dear Dad,

Each day we think of you, Dad, and words cannot express how much our families miss you.

Time has flown by and it does not feel like 10 years has passed.

It doesn't get any easier, the fact you are not here to share in our lives.

We are saddened by the fact you were not there to join in celebrating both our weddings, and for the birth of your two gorgeous grandsons, Grant's son Evan Lee and my son Noah Lee.

You were not able to walk with me down the aisle. However, you would be proud of both grandads, who did a great job in taking care of me on our special day and giving me away.

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We purposely got married in Kings Park across the road from the memorial, so you could be a part of it and it made our day extra special knowing you were there with us.

I wish that Eoin could have had the chance to meet you.

Grant and I will ensure our children, your grandchildren, know how much of a great man you were and your memories will live on in them.

We both have photos of you at home and we will use these to teach the boys who their grandad was.

We will reminisce with them about the many fun times we had growing up.

They will share in and feel the love we have for you.

You taught Grant and me so much about life in the short time we had with you.

We hope that you look down upon us and are proud of our achievements and the paths we have taken, both in our careers and the families we have created.

We love you so, so much, and you will always be sadly missed.

Clare, Eoin & Noah, and Grant, Mel & Evan

The West Australian

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