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Subject: Re: Former Wabag MP, Sir Albert Kipalan passes..


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Hwaters
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Date Posted: Tue, Aug 05 2008, 03:06:22pm
In reply to: KLagaipT3 's message, "Former Wabag MP, Sir Albert Kipalan passes.." on Tue, Aug 05 2008, 12:52:46pm

Sir Kipalan has contributed a lot to the progress of this country as a magistrate and a politician and his record speaks louder than anyone of us can ever tell. His untimely passing is just sorrowful and I share in his family's grief.

His first wife was here in Sydney for the WYD with a couple of young pilgrims from Enga and a documentary crew did an interview with them which I had the privilege of translating.

She spoke highly of him as a loving father and husband afterwards.

My heartfelt condolences to all the grieving members of the Kipalan family.

RIP

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[> Subject: Re: Former Wabag MP, Sir Albert Kipalan passes..


Author:
Natasha Kipalan
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Date Posted: Tue, Sep 02 2008, 09:37:44pm

Sir Albert was my grandfather and i would like to thank you for your heartfelt condolences.
I know for sure we will all miss him dearly..especially his big heart.

Thank you all..

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[> [> Subject: Coltra remembers Sir Albert Kipalan


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Adrian Keefe
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Date Posted: Fri, Sep 05 2008, 06:55:02am

I had a fond respect for Albert when I was manager of Coltra and of Wabag Lodge back in the late 70s and 80s. Our family's home at landamanda overlooked Teremanda and Sari and often Albert walked up the hill and sat on the grass with us and the afternoons wafted by so pleasantly.

He was a good bloke. We all loved him. Even though I was older than my friend I had a deep respect for his penetrating insights into the world of culture, religion and politics. He and Akii Tumu and Luke Kembol and Ben Lokain and Peter Piaoen and Theo Askon walked Enga with grace.

Don Kapi and Leoas Kipalan also were beneficiaries of the legacy of Albert but none reached the heights that my friend Albert reached.

I am disheartened to read the mockery contained in some lines written on this forum by a longlong who has no idea of respect and of Enga.

My son was born at Sopas. Landapen still carries his Enga name for we are all Piao and we are all Engan, no matter our birthplace and colour off skin.

Sir Albert, old mate, I'll look for you when my time arrives and maybe we'll have a few laughs as we did all those long years ago.

See you later, wantok.

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Author:
Colonial Kid (Very Interesting)
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Date Posted: Fri, Sep 05 2008, 07:26:35am

Lyang Adrian Kepe,

My father told me about you and it is suprising to know that you're still alive. Maybe I have have seen you during my childhood days. And my dad is a great supporter to Late Sir. Albert Kipalan.

Do have some old pics? I'll show it to my dad before he kicks the bucket.

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