Passing of Old Dog Leroy Etherton

singulair 10mg ultrafarma The club is very sad to inform you that Leigh (Leroy) Etherton passed away this week at the age of 54 after a long battle with cancer.

Leigh, known to all as Leroy, was a very popular member of our club.
He joined Wanneroo in 1978 and played for the club till the mid 80’s, before deciding to go back to his native New Zealand for a while.

Ultimately, when he decided to return to live in Perth permanently, he came back to Wanneroo and played out his career with the club.

Leroy is survived by his daughter Haani (aged 21) and his son William
(aged 11)

We extend our deepest sympathies to his family He will be sadly missed by all in the Dog House

The funeral will be held at Karrakatta Cemetery on Wednesday 29 July at 2.30pm. All welcome. This will be followed by a few beers at the Kingsley.

Vale – Norm Berryman – update

Please note that following the passing of All Black Norm Berryman, who had been involved in our local club scene for a number of years with Kalamunda and Wanneroo, a fund has been set up to help support his wife, Leena, and six children – the oldest of whom, Terrell, currently plays with Nedlands. Please see the following link to donate: http://givealittle.co.nz/cause/normberrymanswhanau

Vale – Norm Berryman 1973 – 2015

“Stormin” Norman Berryman passed away last night, he was 42.
Norm was an All Black, a much beloved cult hero, and a proud father of six children.

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His exploits on the field were only surpassed by his love and support for his children who are his greatest legacy.
Our thoughts, love and prayers go out to his Whanau.