David James Carew
  • 65 years old
  • Date of birth: Jun 12, 1949
  • Date of passing: Nov 26, 2014
Let the memory of David be with us forever

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, David Carew, 65, born on June 12, 1949 and passed away on November 26, 2014. We will remember him forever.

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Margaret Carew on 26th November 2017

"Hi David, Seems hard to believe it is 3 years since your passing.  You would be so proud of your little family.  We spent the day together and had fun.  You are very much in our hearts and conversations and laughter as we remember the good times, and the sad times.   Love you always."

This tribute was added by Margaret Carew on 26th November 2016

"Today it is two years since we lost our wonderful man, my dearly loved and truly great husband, who was also a loving and kind father, grandfather, brother, brother in law, uncle, cousin and friend.  
David you were so special to us all and we miss you every day. We remember your laughter, sick jokes, funny dancing, and so many things we did together.  I really miss you heaps and wish you were here with me every moment. I love you."

This tribute was added by Margaret Carew on 28th November 2015

"The first year without you has now passed. We all miss and love you so much.  Your love is with us, helping us every day.  You would be so proud of your family, how we've learned from the many things you taught us, even without our knowing and how they have helped us through the hard times. I miss you and I will love you always."

This tribute was added by Peter Boardman on 31st May 2015

"Margaret,i apologisefor this late notification of support .My memories with Dave as young sailors are varied and always with humour and humility.I enjoyed his company comradship whenever we met up.As is the way of our sea/shore life personal get together time was infrequent and altogether too brief.If I can be of any help as a Applied Kinesiologist and Remedial Therapist and friend please contact me at any time.In grief we lie,In life we Stand Tall.My Fondest Regards ,Peter B.Former LJR with this mob of 10thers."

This tribute was added by Lachlan Carew on 19th May 2015

"My PA has influenced my life so much it pains me to see a great man with me everyday. We both had a great time together all those fishing trips and all those boat rides were the highlights of my life with this man. I will never forget the smile that he had when I walked in to the hospital in my work uniform for the fist time he looked so happy that I had succeeded in my life I had gotten a job and was working hard to keep it and here I am today still working that job. David James Carew had a very distinct dance move. It consists of standing in one spot leaning back a little a shaking your hips and your arms. After 16 years I have learnt that move and great fully happy that I had learnt that. I am now 16 years old and I finally got my learners for driving I can't wait to drive the car my Nanna (Margaret Carew) and PA gave me for my birthday. I love my car all I have to do is learn to drive it now. Thanks PA for being there all through my life. I will never forget you."

This tribute was added by Margaret Carew on 18th April 2015

"David was a kind, gentle and thoughtful man who loved life, his family and his friends. He was taken from us too soon.  Our lives have been enriched by his love.  
David, today is our 45th wedding anniversary and I am so blessed to have shared these years with you.  You are always with me.  I will always love you."

This tribute was added by Margaret Carew on 14th April 2015

"Hi Mate, I miss you every day, we all do."

This tribute was added by Alan Gale on 1st December 2014

"Fellow 10ther  and Rhodes 3 class member - A good man gone to soon
May you have fair winds and smooth seas on your journey. RIP."

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Margaret Carew
Alan Gale


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