Streaming of Funeral Service

After watching the service online, if you can leave a guest message to let the family know you have joined into the service, that would be greatly appreciated.

Following the service, the footage will be posted and you can watch at a later time if you were unable to watch at the time of the service. Once editing is complete, the footage will be posted which will include all 3 camera angles.

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25 comments on “Brian Furtiere”

  1. It was a beautiul service for our dear nephew Brian. Thankyou for making it possible for us, here in Cairns, to feel part of it. We are so grateful to share in the wonderful memories and sorrows with the rest of the family and many of Brian’s life long friends, [and there are lots of them].
    Our heart felt thoughts are with Kathy, Eloise and Frasier and all the Furt family.
    Rest In Peace Brian.
    Clive, Judy and Family.

  2. What amazing words from family and friends and every one of them true, what an amazing person Brian. Love to family and friends
    Lilydale brake and clutch

  3. I worked with Brian and Lilydale brakes. I learned so much from him in a short time. Just an absolute ripper bloke and a true gentleman.
    I’m soo sorry for you loss.
    RIP mate.
    Luke O’Hagan.

  4. Thx Brian, for all the great times and the laughs and the friendship and the everything else that i just can’t put into words right now.

  5. A beautiful service. Our deepest condolences to Kath, Eloise and Fraser, our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time xxx

  6. Lovely service, privileged to have spent time with Brian offshore.
    Nice to be able to view the service from the gold fields of Western Australia.
    Thank you.

  7. What a moving service, I have known Brian since he started his apprenticeship 30 something years ago and what I have just seen confirms what a special man he always was.

  8. Touching funeral for such a great man. So sadly missed. My deep condolences to Kath, Eloise, Fraser and all the Furt family xx

  9. Sorry and sad to hear of Brians passing. I was his apprentice master at Willaim Adams when Brian started work. I admired Brians attitude and diligence in the work environment and am sad that he has gone far too early. All the very best to Brians family and friends.

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