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Young DJ and keen surfer, Jack Paris Crittle, was tragically killed in a car accident last week. A celebration of his life will be held this Monday, 12 December at 10am.

You can join his family and friends in a celebration of Jack’s life at the park opposite the Yum Yum Tree Cafe on River Street, New Brighton.

‘To honour our beautiful Jack, please bring a flower to contribute to a heart mandala, wear bright clothes, bring a chair if you would like to sit and an umbrella just in case,’ said his family. 

Following the service in the park light refreshments will be served at the Yum Yum Tree Cafe with lots of music.

‘We can all share our memories and swap stories about Jack. Then his friends will lead a paddle out at New Brighton Beach, we would love it if you joined them, so please bring your board along. Let’s all join together to celebrate the incredible life of Jack Paris Crittle.’


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