Dewar, Patrick (Paddy) Michael Gilbert

Patrick (Paddy) Michael Gilbert Dewar

Passed peacefully at Glenwood Masonic Hospital Masterton on 8 October 2018, aged 65 years.

Treasured grandson of Henry and Ema Power (deceased) and son of Athol and Mary Dewar (deceased).

Much loved father and father-in-law of Byron Dewar and Julia Harrild, Anita and Neavin Broughton.

Adored Koro of Pikimai, Taitimu, Kawanui and Emiana.

Loved brother and brother-in-law of Colleen and Johnny Daysh, Alan and Beverley Dewar, Manahi (deceased) and Donna Dewar, Margaret and Peter Drysdale, Shirley and Kevin Carter, Brenda Hull, Lois Dakartis, Tony Dewar, Robert and Rachel Dewar, Peter and Bridgette Dewar.

Valued Uncle Paddy to his many nephews and nieces, dear friend to many.


Paddy will lie in state at 133 Renall Street, Masterton from 2pm Tuesday 9 October.

A service to celebrate Paddy’s life will be held at 1pm on Friday 12 October at The Village Chapel, 4 – 6 High Street, Kuripuni, Masterton followed by private cremation.


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4 Responses

  1. Jenny Pocock
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    Deepest Sympathy to The Family, Fly Free Paddy, Thoughts with all the Family. Kevin and Jenny Pocock.

  2. Jim Harold
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    To Paddy’s whanau please accept my condolences and apologies for not being able to attend his funeral service Arohanui ki a koutou and Rest in Peace Paddy my friend

  3. Marie Bassett
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    Sending my love to you all at this sad time I worked with Paddy when cousin Dick had his shearing run and we had great fun even going down south to Ashburton for a couple of months for work. He is my daughter Lisa’s Godfather and she told me of his death on monday I last spoke to Paddy in 2013 when I was in Mataikona but unfortunately we didn’t meet as he was working exceptionally long hours I wish I could be there I last saw you all at your Mum and Nannys funeral in Eketahuna Much love to you all Maria

  4. Sue Taylor
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    For each thorn, there’s a rosebud…
    For each twilight — a dawn…
    For each trial — the strength to carry on,
    For each storm cloud — a rainbow…
    For each shadow — the sun…
    For each parting — a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal…..

    Ngā mihi aroha ki a Anita, Neavin, mokopuna me whānau whānui katoa – our thoughts are with you all at this sad time

    Kia kaha, kia maia, kia manawanui Nā Whānau o Mōtūwairaka Marae

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