Mr John Wesson

Friday 23rd October 1931Sunday 12th May 2024

Ceremony Information

Ceremony Time: 2pm
Ceremony Date: Friday 24th May 2024
Ceremony Address: The Bethany Chapel, 1 Prior St Albany
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9 comments on “Mr John Wesson”

  1. Dear Aunty Marion, Melanie, John, Bev and family We are so very sad to hear of Uncle John's death. Our memories and our love for you all speaks only to a life well lived. Uncle John was a person to be relied on , supportive with a quiet strength and faith. His was a life of service and devotion to those he loved and to those in need. No doubt he will be missed but his presence in our lives will never be forgotten. We give thanks for his life and our family friendship especially the deep and abiding friendship Aunty Marion and Uncle John shared with our parents. We have no doubt that his soul is now resting in peace with our parents and Our Lord. A beautiful reward for life well lived. We keep you all in our prayers With love Eileen, Ivan, Peter and Laura, Patrick and Megan Banks Karen, Jim, Caitlin, Dylan and Monicka Tierney

  2. Mr Wesson was a true gentleman. He was always interested in every person he would meet, and always with a sparkle in his eyes and a kind greeting.

    A very special, humble man who lived & loved well.

    We will remember him always.

  3. To dear Marion and family . Keith and I are so sad at the passing of Jack John) . We have been friends since 1970 when we emigrated from the UK and lucky for us bought our first home next to yours . Fond memories of John and Melanie growing up . Jack and I shared a love of music and I was so pleased to be asked to sing with the RASF band in which Jack played the trombone . We have always stayed in close contact with you both in spite of moving eventually to opposite side of Perth . You to the ocean and us to the hills . You gave us the honour of being Godparents to our son Ian . We both moved again you to Albany and us to Mandurah . lol . We really are good friends despite the distance we put between us . Lovely memories of Jack as we called him . A gentle soul . Salt of earth and a real gentleman . We will miss him so much and will always keep the memory of him close to our hearts . All our love to you all . Chris , Keith , Lee , Ian , Ingrid and Maddie . Xx

  4. Remembering all the good times we shared. My deepest sympathy Marion.Margaret Pye

    My group, trombone player, is now playing with the angels. Not to forget my pelmet maker
    and fence fixer. What a handy man he was. But most of all I will remember our great friendship.
    Love you John. Jean Benn

  5. Condolences to you all on the very sad passing of Uncle Jack.
    I will remember him always for being such a gentle man, a true gentleman with always a kind word. So many lovely childhood memories back in UK and following in to Australia. May he rest peacefully. 🙏♥️

  6. Deepest sympathy to John,Bev and family. Lovely memories of a really nice man. He loved God and he loved his family and people.
    All our love, Karl and Margie Hennig

  7. Condolences to the Wessons family on the passing of John Wesson Snr. Many fond memories of this remarkable man.
    Norm and Bev Baty

  8. My Uncle John was a beautiful man..

    .Always kind, deeply caring and used to to be soo playful..his smile was contagious and lit up all who were lucky enough to meet him. He taught me how simple acts of kindness and caring for others was a life worth living. And just taking time to look & meet folk...I adored him.!!!

    Uncle John was one in a billion...a true gentle-man...and there are no words that can really describe my high esteem of him & how he lived his life!!!

    He was a loyal, loving amazing friend to my mother, Dorothy & father, Peter...and they were all there for each other through thick & thin.

    My heartfelt condolesences to Aunty Marian..can only imagine how much pain she is feeling at loosing her lover in life...they had such an inspiring, loving marriage...and John, Bev,Melanie and their families.

    Lots of Love & light sent out to each of you...

    Tacy-ann Tierney

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