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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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15 comments on “Daryl Bourke”

  1. Clarence and Jenny, we are so sad to hear of your Sons’ passing. Thinking or your Family at this time.

  2. I shall miss you uncle Daryl.

    Our times together were awesome but have never been enough.

    You leave behind a big empty void.

    May you Rest In Peace!

  3. Daryl was a really valuable colleague, boss & friend. Smart; great for discussions that meshed the technical and practical. But I most admired him for showing me that there was more to life than work. It was a pleasure to work with Daryl.

  4. Heartfelt sympathies to Daryl’s family and friends. It’s sad that the lockdown meant we couldn’t all be there in person to say our farewells, but it was lovely to watch the service and we were there with you in spirit. Rest in peace Daryl. We will miss you and will remember you always.

  5. My condolences to the Bourke family and all who loved Daryl. He was an amazing workmate and more so a friend. I will miss the in depth conversations and support, that he always provided. I could always rely on Daryl for a friendly ear, and a beer. Will miss you mate. RIP

  6. My condolences to the Bourke family . I met Daryl through the GSDCV when he was the branch manager ,he will be missed by every one he associated with RIP mate ! Bill G

  7. My heartfelt sympathies goes out to all Daryl’s family. I wish I could have been there but am honoured to have been able to watch his lovely service. RIP Daryl.

  8. We are both still in shock and deeply saddened to hear of your terrible loss. Our deepest sympathies to all the Bourke family. There was never a dull moment when in Daryl’s company… Lots of love..

  9. Thank you for letting me be part of the service via stream and sending all family and friends condolences.

    Love you Daryl.

    BOM

  10. My deepest sympathies to the Bourke family and friends.
    Daryl was clever, ambitious and young handsome man as I remember when he started in our group in Telstra along with Stuart & Nathan. He was smart and funny. Always eager to participate in any debate and add his point of view with extra humour. The pub meets are still fresh in my memory.
    He will be sadly missed by us all.
    May God give him eternal rest and the family the strength to bear the great pain.

  11. My Sincere condolences to the Bourke family and friends, your loss is great. our loss is great.
    Daryl since the day I met you back in 2006, you were a genuine and passionate human. As a manager, a colleague and a friend. I miss you, you’ve left a huge void in my life. I’m fortunate to have had you in my life and to have shared so much with you. Chief, You are in my heart.

  12. Thinking of you all at this sad time
    We are so sorry we couldn’t be there with you.
    We have been talking about all our wonderful memories of Daryl, especially Christmas family lunch days always ending with singing somewhere ….whether on boats, at home or at the next restaurant having dinner. Also looking back on home videos and remembering how he was so great and extremely patient with Emma , Laura and James when they were little, he will be sadly missed by all of us.
    Sending you all lots of love ❤️❤️

  13. Deepest sympathies to the Bourke family. Daryl was a clever & fun human being who enjoyed the company of his friends. Daryl brought much happiness and positiveness to any conversation. He definitely made me laugh with his manner. Sadly missed, never forgotten. Rest well Daryl.

  14. To the Bourke family my condolences. Im so shocked and sadnedded by his sudden passing – I knew Daryl for over ten years at Telstra. Im happy to call him one of my best freinds there. He was definately a one of a kind and I want you all to know what a smart, funny , kind hearted and giving person he was. Im going to miss lunchtime drinks and discussions with my friend – his passing has really wounded me. Rest well mate . Smooth air and tail winds.

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