AHURIRI, Rawiri George (David). Warrant Officer Yeoman of Signals Rawiri George Ahuriri 722258 RNZNAVY. The family of Rawiri George Ahuriri (David) wish to thank whanau and friends for time with our son’s passing. A special thanks to the Royal New Zealand Navy for having our son lie-in-state at Taua Moana Marae, Devonport base. A special thanks also for the wonderful service held at the base chapel, to include refreshment. He tino mihi tenei kia koutou ma, e rangatira ma. Thank you very much. Kia ora. From his father Rawiri, mother Marlene, brother Micky, sisters Marina and Leeann and mokopuna. Another special thank you to Tipene Funeral Home for your care and attention to our son Rawiri. Ka nui te mihi kia koutou. No reira moe mai e te matamua o tou nei whanau. Nga tangi aroha roatu. Kia koe.
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