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17 comments on “Alan Moore”

  1. Dad (Keith Bellis) always appreciated Alan’s humour, thoughtfulness and companionship as they reminisced about their time on the Track.
    Ann & Alex Sloane.

  2. Alan was a wonderful person and a distinguished veteran and member of our community. I was honoured to be a fellow member of the Rotary Club of Frankston with him, and to have have joined his 100th birthday celebrations a few months ago. Condolences to all his family and friends at this time. RIP Alan

  3. What an impressive life. Congratulations to Alan and his family for a wonderful tribute to a most impressive human being.

  4. A beautiful tribute to my dearest Uncle Alan. So many happy memories. We loved to be part of the memorial service from far away Perth. Love to all.
    Marg and Bryan Smith

  5. A beautiful celebration of Alan’s amazing century on this earth. To only but dream that all Australians followed the example of an icon. Thankyou. A man I only new for a decade unfortunately, a true hero. Garry and Lyn Robilliard Ballarat.

  6. Great tribute to great man.
    Very professionally done – most impressive.
    Condolences to all.
    David & Julie Osment

  7. A beautiful service for a man who has left his mark on this world. A strong and ‘get things done’ gentleman who fought for his nation and fulfilled so many dreams, made so many friends and inspired so many. To the whole family, thank you for taking me on a journey through his life with you today. A memorial service I am so proud to have watched. Love to you all. Jan Thompson

  8. Good bye Alan You always greeted & did it with a smile at Canadian Bay Committee meetings
    even to those of us who promised to do a task & sometimes responded late. Your respect to all was a great lesson . Cheers, Bob Graham Probus & ex C.Bay. Mt.Eliza

  9. A beautiful tribute to an iconic Australian. How wonderful our society would be if we all were of his calibre. Thankyou Garry and Lyn Robilliard. We from Ballarat also enjoyed a glass of wine Alan, thankyou for your service, smile, community spirit and your friendship.

  10. To Alan’s family – he was indeed a great man and what a lovely celebration of his life today.

    Love to you all
    Chris Tuck, Rotary Club of Brighton

  11. A beautiful man , and will be missed.
    We are both very sad to see him go .
    Stewart and Jenny Camm
    (Alans electrician mate for may years)

  12. Thank you for your service and protecting australia during ww2 my uncle served in the39th battalion in New guinea Charlie miller was his name .the 39th Wil never be forgotten for their mateship courage sacrifice and endurance they went throughhell and never gave up R.I.P digger lest we forget.

  13. Our sincere condolences to Alan’s family – a wonderful man who achieved so much in his life – a true hero. We feel honoured to have known him. Terry & Barb Jones, Rotary Club of Frankston

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