I am very thankful that I was able to watch Barry’s service. I have known Barry for approximately 67 years and enjoyed playing tennis with him for Panton Hill and my husband Max played football with him in the Premiership Team. I see that the football blazer was draped over his coffin. My husband kept his all his life too. Peace and love, Myra.
R.I.P Barry you where always kind to other I first met your through your lovely sister Joy and niece Julie
It’s a great joy and privilege to have known Barry as a friend, a colleague and a brother in Christ. Barry’s love for Jesus overflowed into his love for people, this was often shown in truly practical ways, Barry was the most capable handyman I know and he love imparting his skills to others. I pray that all Barry’s family will know our Lord’s comfort.
Barry regularly spoke of his children and grandchildren lovingly and caringly.
He would brag about each of your hobbies and your life ambitions from building homes to keeping snakes to motorbike and horse riding because he was proud of each one of you.
I thank God for the time my family spent with him at Hurstbridge and beyond. He was a mentor to me and he taught me precious life lessons on how to raise my family and being a friend to others. He is a legend and will always be remembered in our household.
What a beautiful service today, He was lifted up and Honoured.
In fond memory, the Ross Family
It was great to know Barry and to have many conversations with him. A thorough gentleman and a very strong Christian who was an outstanding example to many.
Many happy memories of Barry using his wet stone to sharpen our blunt knives in the kitchen @ DVBC while preparing lunches to feed those in need after black Saturday. Loved doing Church with our friend Barry ✝️
I’m so grateful to Barry for being a loving, caring godfather to my daughter Renee.
My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this time of loss!
Barry was a man of strength and compassion without measure. His guidance and wisdom to a troubled young man was invaluable.
My two children and I knew Barry through Diamond Valley Baptist Church. He always had a smile on his face, and it was such a pleasure to have known him.
Our deepest condolences and prayers are extended to his friends and family during this time.
Thank you for being able to share the Funeral Service today, and celebrate Barry’s life.
May he rest in peace.
Leanne, Jessica and Daniel Ryan
Rest in peace Pa. We will miss you and think of you often. Thank you for being such a strong example of a good man and providing an example to live by.
Barry a strong & loving Christian Man. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.
Philip & Debbie Wadeson & Family.
I enjoyed my chats with Barry at Diamond Valley Baptist. He and his good mate, Ken, sitting together at their table were always up for some banter. I will miss his lovely smile and good humour. My condolences to his family.
Barry was my God-father.
A more sincere man full of grit i’m sure i’ll never know again.
I’m so deeply thankful he is with His Maker.
Love to the family.
Barry, a gentle man now retired from our presence
RIP Barry Hammond. Love from Justin, Rapha and Millie
I will always remember Barry’s dedication to those less fortunate, for his words of encouragement to me and many others. I remember his Christmas card every year was always lovely. Barry’s commitment to the ministry of Open House was faithful, loving and humble. Barry has left a positive legacy to many. May God bless all who are grieving. Rest in peace my friend, you will be missed.
Barry you had a massive impact in my teenage life thanks for the skills and knowledge you shared with me about fencing and agriculture these are most valuable that I still use today love you Bazz may you Rest In Peace.
My sincere condolences to the Hammond Family.
Thank you Barry for always being kind to the Currie family, you will be missed, RIP from Gregg & Jak Currie
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