There is nothing customary or routine about losing a mate or losing someone who was part of your own history and with whom you have shared a common heritage and background as we all have.
When we lose someone from our fraternity, there is a sense of sadness at another passing. But within the intake concerned, there is a real sense of loss and, among those with whom he or she may have shared their lives, there is genuine and substantial grief.
On this page, we honour the member passing and we offer our heartfelt sympathy to those who are grieving when we say “Farewell mate – it was my privilege to have shared it with you.”
Barry Teal, 10th Clerk and former AAAA Inc president.
All vale additions have been notified to us in good faith. If there are any errors, we sincerely apologise for any inconvenience &/or distress which may be caused by the incorrect listing of friends, relatives or loved ones. Please advise us of any errors so that they may be rectified.