Evan “Ev” Lindeman
Evan “Ev” Lindeman’s life ended in February 2018 at the age of 34 years. He was “Naughty but Nice”. His beautiful big grin, soft heart and a loving personality made him popular with all ages.
He went to Lyneham High School and Dickson College. Evan played junior rugby with Wests, representing the ACT for several years.
Ev was a daredevil who loved a challenge and taking a risk. He worked hard and played hard, but most importantly, he was very kind and caring to his fellow man. He actually felt more for his fellow man than he did for himself.
Constance “Connie” Johnson
Connie Johnson passed away on 8 September 2017 at the age of 40 years. As co-founder of the Love Your Sister charity Connie was instrumental in raising over $6 million for cancer research by the Garvan Institute.
Connie raised the profile for breast cancer research and was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia in September 2017. Connie was determined, tenacious and a visionary in the pursuit of her goals.
Samual Johnson, Connie’s brother, left Melbourne in February 2013 on his unicycle and rode a world record 15,000 kilometres across Australia in an effort to raise funds for the Love Your Sister charity, of which, he was a co-founder.
Steve “Tanga” Wright
Steve “Tanga” Wright left us in November 2017 at the age of 29. Steve was a compassionate and loving family man and friend. In addition, he loved his music, his guitar and a party.
Steve was a charismatic and humorous individual who expressed his love for the people around him through generosity and kindness. He has many old friends from his days at Daramalan College.
An incredibly kind soul, Steve will be missed by many and never forgotten.
I am steve Wright’s mother & I’m so sad, but so honoured & grateful to all those, especially Ian for honouring Steve in this great cause. I’m unable to be there, which breaks my heart. How proud I am to everyone.
Thank you. ❤️🎸🎼