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Hamish Williams Obituary, Hamish Williams Has Sadly Passed Away

Hamish Williams Obituary, Death – We are devastated to report the loss of a young life…Williams Hamish. A young Wembley player who was taken from us far too soon. Those who had the good fortune of meeting a young Hamish Williams would never forget his shy grin and quick wit. He’s a talented Modcrosse player who joined us from West Leederville PS. He joined the club as a junior and stayed

through his senior year, playing Division 2 with many of the same boys. His dad said the club meant a lot to him because of the welcoming environment and the part it played in his son’s life. Offering fulfillment, expression, and direction. Everyone, but especially young children, needs to keep this in mind. The benefits of belonging to a community are numerous. Remembering to be respectful and kind is important since we never know what someone else is going through. For the sake of reflection, I’d like to broach the delicate subject of

mental health and how it affects each of us uniquely. Sadly, some people will find this to be especially true. Please reach out to those you know who are affected or who may be affected yourself. Please contact one of the following support organizations if you feel you need assistance or just want to talk to someone: Beyondblue.org.au Lifeline.org.Au Helping Minds Foundation: 1800 551 80

Kidshelpline.com.au Please check the family’s announcement below for funeral details if you desire to pay your respects to our young lad in person. Hamish William Alexander Father and Mother, Lisa and John, Brother Finn, and Sister Millie all adore her. On Thursday, April 20 at 10am, family and friends are invited to a memorial service in Karrakatta Cemetary, Railway Road, Karrakatta to honor Hamish’s life

and legacy. Gather at the main entrance and proceed in procession to the Norfolk Chapel. In lieu of flowers, please share your thoughts and feelings about Hamish. Please join us at Mounts Bay Sailing Club, Australia II Drive, Crawley, beginning at 12:30pm following the service for refreshments and a light lunch. To paraphrase, “You may be gone from our sight, but you are never gone from our hearts.”