August 11, 2022

Double tragedy as an Aussie city is rocked by the sudden deaths of TWO in style younger academics simply days aside – one from mind most cancers

  • A preferred highschool instructor in Ballarat died after a battle with mind most cancers 
  • It’s the second time information has damaged {that a} Ballarat instructor has died this week 
  • The group are nonetheless mourning the sooner dying of PE instructor James Petrie

A Victorian city has been shaken by the deaths of two in style academics simply days aside.

Ballarat’s Loreto School introduced the dying of well-liked English instructor Stephanie Carswell from mind most cancers on Wednesday.

Ms Carswell’s dying got here simply days after in style PE instructor and native footy participant James Petrie handed away at 33 over the weekend.

Loreto School English and Humanities instructor, Stephanie Carswell (pictured), handed after battling mind most cancers

Loreto School described Ms Carswell as ‘caring, mild and clever’ in a social media announcement on Wednesday.

‘Her dedication to her work got here by in her endurance, sort phrases and willingness to just accept individuals for themselves,’ the college wrote.  

PE teacher and local footy stalwart James Petrie died over the weekend

PE instructor and native footy stalwart James Petrie died over the weekend

Tributes rushed in on the publish, with one commenter writing: ‘The entire Loreto group will little doubt really feel this unhappy loss tremendously.’   

‘A lovely soul who gave her all and extra to her college students and everybody round her. So blessed to have her train our daughter. Deepest sympathy to her beautiful household,’ one other wrote. 

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Earlier within the week the group realized a beloved Bodily Schooling instructor at Ballarat Excessive – 500metres down the highway from Loreto School – had unexpectedly died.  

Waubra soccer membership coach Matt James informed the Herald Solar Mr Petrie was ‘only a actually, very well appreciated, in style man that was an actual chief at our footy membership.’

One in all Mr Petrie’s college students mentioned: ‘This week, and the weeks to come back, might be onerous for all of us that had been privileged sufficient to work alongside Peach (Mr Petrie). He might be sadly missed.’

‘Such a pleasant, useful and beautiful man, who might be very a lot missed. honest condolences to James’ household’ one mum or dad mentioned. 

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Petrie (pictured) had secured grant funding for mountain bikes at his school and taken students to walk the Kokoda track

Petrie (pictured) had secured grant funding for mountain bikes at his faculty and brought college students to stroll the Kokoda monitor

Mr Petrie's football club coach said he was 'just a really, really well liked, popular guy that was a real leader at our footy club.'

Mr Petrie’s soccer membership coach mentioned he was ‘only a actually, very well appreciated, in style man that was an actual chief at our footy membership.’