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9 thoughts on “CULVERHOUSE, Earle Charles

  1. Dear Mary, Connie, Amy, Sam, Tim, Jess and family. We’re so sorry for your loss. We hope you find comfort knowing that Earle is no longer suffering, by being there for each other and by celebrating his life.
    All our best.
    Shane, Catherine, and family.

  2. To Tim, Jess and Connie’s Family,

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this tough time. We are sorry for your loss and hope you find peace and acceptance within yourself and each other. Keep your memories close and celebrate them. We are thinking of you all.

    Love Alyssa & Macca.

  3. Dear Mary and family. My deepest condolences. I worked with Earle for a number of years at Wynnum CIB in the role of clerical assistant. Earle never failed to brighten that role by turning me into what he called ‘his roving receptionist’. He took me many places to type up statements – from Nth Stradbroke Is to the abattoirs in Murarrie and many places north south and west of there. A good Detective, a good man and a very great friend. He will be lovingly remembered all who knew him. (Except the bad guys!!) Jenny

  4. To Mary and the whole family we are expressing our deepest sympathy in a warm and caring way, hoping this brings comfort in grief that’s yours today. Thinking of you all .
    Blessings Tony and Julie.

  5. My deepest condolences to Mary and family. I am so happy to have been able to catch up with Earle a few days before he found peace. We shared a few stories of our journey together, and it was so good to hear his laughter again. You will be missed mate.

  6. To Mary and family
    We have lost a great mate who was either a husband, father, grandfather, in law or workmate.
    His policing exploits will be covered by many brothers but I will put another view to Cubby
    Both Cubby and your were a great consolation to me in 2011 during a really tough time.
    My time at Berat was spent having many laughs while holding the theodolite staff for the never ending measuring and double checking of the accuracy of the 64 posts that now hold up a magnificent dwelling at Holzwarth Road.
    Cubby taught me that it is possible to get it right above all other distractions.
    The many visits and chats while in Brisbane will not be forgotten.
    Greenfield mowers are not that bad but I was never going to tell Cubby that.
    RIP old mate. The mould has been broken.

  7. Dear Mary and family please accept Deborah and my condolences. Earle was a great family man, friend, police officer and member of the community. He, many members of Wynnum police station and I shared many memorable moments. We derived a lot of pleasure in locking up crooks and having good times to celebrate. He will be remembered.

  8. RIP cubby. You were the best Judo exponent I every come across. My wall was never the same. Great copper and most important great man. Sadly missed.

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