Tim Reddaway Obituary, Death – Tim “Wally” Reddaway had reached the age of 79 at the time of his death when he died away. He had been a life member of the club up until the time of his death. He’d been a part of the club for a considerable amount of time at that point. The club would like to extend its deepest condolences to the Reddaway family on the passing of Tim “Wally” Reddaway and express its regret over his decision to leave the organization. Wally made a significant contribution to the discussion that ultimately led to the decision that TTGDFC should join the Amateur League in 1988. This discourse led to the conclusion that TTGDFC should join the Amateur League. As a result of coming to this conclusion, TTGDFC decided that they should participate in the Amateur League. The decision that was going to be made was finally settled on in this year.
Since then, the entire performance of the club in this league has been one that, when taken as a whole, can be regarded as having reached a level that is one that is very good. This can be said about the club’s overall performance in this league because it has been quite good. His goal to expand and develop the football club in the years to come finally resulted in the plan’s having a considerable lot of success when it was put into action thanks to the implementation of his method. It was abundantly clear that Wally held the club in the highest regard, and it was also abundantly clear that the juniors, in addition to the teammates and teammates-in-training whom he had previously played with and coached, felt the utmost affection and adoration for him.
It was abundantly clear that Wally held the club in the highest regard, and it was also abundantly clear that the juniors held the club in the highest regard. Wally was a highly valuable contributor to the team as a whole. In 2019, he was awarded the prestigious title of Life Member as a prize in appreciation of the many years of committed effort he had made to the organization. This was in recognition of the fact that he had contributed to the organization. This honor was bestowed upon him as a means of expressing thanks for the service that he has provided. During this sad time, the club would like to send its most sincere condolences to Jan, Justine, and Lawrie, Anne, and James, as well as to their extended families.
On the following Friday, the 23rd of December, at ten o’clock in the morning, the funeral ceremony for Wally would be conducted at Harrison Funerals, which is located in Ridgehaven. The service would be held on the following Friday. The 22nd of December was the day when Wally finally succumbed to his illness. Wally breathed his very last breath and departed this world on December 19th, the same day that he had his last meal. There will be a sale of morning tea immediately following the presentation for anyone who would like to purchase some.