Bibby, Derek Joseph Death Notices 2006

BIBBY, Derek Joseph
Tragically taken on Thursday June 8, 2006.
Aged 55 years.
Dearly loved husband of Lyn and much loved Dad to Michelle and Eddie Bergamini (N.S.W), Hamish and Kelly (Gisborne), and Andrew.
Loved Popa of Matthew, Cara; Dylan, and Leah.
Loved son of Pat and the late Allan Bibby, dearly loved brother and brother-in-law of William and Jan, John and Elizabeth, Diana and Bruce, Dorothy, Peter and Darlene, the late Patricia, and Richard and Anne.
“A fantastic man-gone too soon ”
A service will be held at the Waipawa Town Hall, Kenilworth Street, Waipawa on Tuesday June 13, 2006 at 10.30am followed by burial at Forest Gate Cemetery, Onga Onga.
In lieu of flowers donations to Lowe Corporation Rescue Helicopter Trust would be appreciated.
These will be received at the funeral or may be posted to PO Box 402, Hastings.
C.H.B Funeral Services Ltd, Waipukurau, FDANZ, griefcare

BIBBY, Derek Joseph
Aged 55 years.
Loved son-in-law of Ivy and the late Trevor Roberts, loved brother-in-law of Suzanne (and the late Murray) Dean, Janice and Bruce Gair, Pauline and Chris Clements, Patricia and Chris Gane, Alison and Michael Dunn, Angela Roberts (deceased), and John and Vivienne Roberts.
Loved uncle of all his nieces and nephews. An absolute tragedy.

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June 2006

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