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Hearts break for Coral Cove couple lost to MH17

TRIBUTE: Christmas in July in 2011 Wayne and Theresa Baker, Don and Tracy Patterson, Helen Johnson and Teri Hanlon and Tony and Jan Chandler. Photo: contributed
TRIBUTE: Christmas in July in 2011 Wayne and Theresa Baker, Don and Tracy Patterson, Helen Johnson and Teri Hanlon and Tony and Jan Chandler. Photo: contributed contributed

THERE has been an outpouring of condolences on the NewsMail Facebook page following a story in the NewsMail about Coral Cove couple Wayne and Theresa Baker who were tragically killed after their flight, MH17, was shot down.

Here are some of those messages:

  • Oh RIP I'm shocked. I met this lovely couple last year and I cannot believe it. Condolences to their family. They were an amazing couple with big hearts.

Heather Boon

  • My heart goes out to the families and friends left behind by this cowardly and discussing act... May the souls lost rest in peace.

Rosemaree Bruce

  • Condolences to the family. My heart goes out to you.

Vhonda Weiers

  • May you find eternal peace in heaven. May your family and friends find peace with the knowledge that you will always be together. God bless.

Jannette Kay Parfitt

TRIBUTE: Wayne and Theresa Baker in the Hinchinbrook Channel, Lucinda Photo: contributed
TRIBUTE: Wayne and Theresa Baker in the Hinchinbrook Channel, Lucinda Photo: contributed contributed
  • My thoughts and prayers to their family. May you both rest in peace

Michelle Sinnamon

  • So sad and so unfair. Condolences to their family and friends. RIP Wayne and Theresa.

Kim Mathews

  • RIP, lives lost for someone's else's war!

Joshua Watts

  • RIP condolences to the family and friends. Our hearts go out to you.

Sharon Hanlon

  • This is so sad, it's just not right, my heart goes out to the family an friends. RIP.

Pat Medland

TRIBUTE: Wayne and Theresa Baker on a camping trip to Lucinda. Photo: contributed
TRIBUTE: Wayne and Theresa Baker on a camping trip to Lucinda. Photo: contributed contributed
  • Time to sort out the Russian militants! A cowardly mass murder of civilians, men, women and children, bloody disgraceful act and the looting makes (it) even more callous.

Greg Appo

  • So sad. My hugs go out to their family and friends. RIP.

Linda Baker

 

  • RIP condolances to the families.

Kel Nagas

 

Condolence books are located at the offices of Member for Bundaberg Jack Dempsey and Member for Burnett Stephen Bennett.

Members of the public are welcome to sign them. 

 

Topics:  coral cove, mh17, tributes




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