Where to start?
He was the most amazing Dad and an even better Dadda.
There was nothing he wouldn’t do for us, and there was nothing he couldn’t do, he could turn his hand to anything.
He bought me my first tool kit at age 5 and spent hours teaching me how to use it, how to make different things, he had the patience of a Saint…. Which was very much tested once I hit 13 and later when he tried to teach me how to drive.
He did a bloody good job bringing up two girls and it must have been hard being surrounded by 3 women, but he was always the voice of reason, giving advice, not judging (sometimes quietly) and his favourite saying was “in the grand scheme of things, does it really matter?”
I could go on and on with stories.
As a family our hearts will never be whole again and Evelyn is going to miss her “Partner”.
Rest in peace Dad, love you to the moon and back.