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69 comments on “Douglas ‘Doug’ Broadley”

  1. Doug was a fine CBA colleague and friend, always of generous of spirit, reliability, and trustworthiness. So excellent to see his Family arrange such a fine funeral. Vale Doug.

  2. You did him proud today…..Doug and Lorraine lovely people and a lovely couple. Wishing you all strength and unity. Xx

  3. Broadleys,

    What a fantastic service for a fantastic man.

    You have all done your parents/in laws proud with honouring their lives with such dignity and thoughtfulness.
    Wish we could have been there with you for Mr Broadley like we were for Mrs Broadley but in some ways I now feel we were.

    All our best wishes
    The Findlays ( Sydney branch)

  4. Thank you for this opportunity to share our life filling memories and meaningful relationship that Doug always provided whenever we were in his presence. A beautiful soul journey playing out, and a wonderful tribute to an exceptionally decent human being. Kind and loving wishes to all his family and friends.

  5. Farewell Doug, It has been an honour to know such a fine man. We miss you.

    A ship sails and I stand
    watching till she fades on
    the horizon and someone at my
    side says, “she is gone.”
    Gone where? Gone from my sight,
    that is all; she is just as large as
    when I saw her. The diminished
    size, and total loss of sight is in me,
    not in her, and just at the moment
    when someone at my side says
    “She is gone” there are others who
    are watching her coming, and
    other voices take up a glad shout,
    “There she comes!”

    1. Many happy memories of Doug and Lorraine from CBA days, Spring Valley golf and Chisholm Probus. My heartfelt thoughts to the family , Doug will be missed.. A wonderful tribute to him.

  6. Grant, Stuart, Joanne and families.

    Our sincere condolences. What a lovely service for a Doug who was a real gentleman.

  7. We were glad to know Doug and Lorraine through our membership of Chisholm Probus Club.

    We will always have happy memories of Doug – a very pleasant person and a true gentleman. We greatly enjoyed the walks he conducted over many years for the club.

    It was a lovely service today and a very appropriate tribute to Doug.

    With kind regards to the Broadley family,
    Glenice and Ken

  8. A true gentleman, always greeted you with a smile and a helping hand. Such fond memories of both Doug and Lorraine from LPTC, and a few get togethers in Qld when our holidays coincided. My sincere condolences to the family who have lost such a beautiful person.
    Kathy Arandall

  9. A beautiful send off for a great gentleman. It was a privilege to know Doug and he would be dearly missed.

    Sue, LPTC and card group xx

  10. Thank you Grant, Stuart & Jo for giving me the opportunity to share in your farewell to your beloved Dad. Hearing your stories and seeing the photos brought back lots of lovely memories for me also. One little story came to mind as I watched the photos. When Eric knew he was to have a new room mate, his comment to Aunty Jean was “I hope he’s tidy!” Turned out, his new room mate was just as tidy, if not more so, than Eric was!! Lovely memories of our good times together.
    Blessings and love to you all

  11. John and I have just watched the most moving Service to celebrate Doug’s life. We are in absolute awe at how well the Service included family and friends who were unable to attend and put an arm around your shoulders. Grant, Stuart and Jo, your words and memories of Dad were both so warm and also very informative. Mel and Lisa, beautiful words. So well done.
    I remember Doug as being polite, fun loving, helpful, stoic (yes Grant!), appreciative and enjoying a good laugh. It was an absolute pleasure to be in Doug’s company. Their was always a smile on his face. We had some fabulous times down at McCrae, memories that will stay with us forever.
    We will miss Doug so much, but feel peaceful knowing he is now with my beloved sister Lorraine, which as he said towards the end of his days, is where he wants to be. Together again at last.
    John says the character of the man shines through to the character of his children.
    Our love to all the Broadley family,
    Love Bev and John

  12. A beautiful send off to a true gentleman, forever in our hearts. Now reunited with Lorraine.
    Condolences to you all.

    Jenny & Ross Neilson

  13. A special send off for a very special Pop. You were always in our thoughts.

    Thinking of you all today, and sending all our love.

    Kris and Tay

  14. Was a great service lots of fantastic stories and wonderful memories about Uncle Doug. A true gentleman of his time.
    Was great to be able to sit back and watch from here in NZ.

    Thinking of you all

  15. A true gentleman will be very sadly missed Doug Broadley from the Davies family Patricia and Warren Davies

  16. Dear Grant, Stuart and Joanne and families
    Thinking of you all especially today. It’s hard to say goodbye to special loved ones. Your service was so special and sincere, but always with Dougs personality showing through. You all did him so proud.
    I was pleased to be able to share your video thanks to Frances Forwarding the link to me
    Sincere condolences –
    Ainslie Bannister (née Finnie – Dougs cousin)

  17. We remember Doug as such a kind, caring man, a true gentleman. Resting in peace now with his beloved Lorraine. Our love and thoughts to all the family at this sad time.
    Jill and John Barnes in Perth

  18. Remembering an old friend from our Glen Waverley days, and all the fun times we had together.

    Love to the Families,

    Thinking of you all A lovely service.

    Barbara & Neil Howard (Cairns)

  19. Beautiful service and memories of a lovely man. Spent many a Thursday/Friday night playing tennis with Doug & Lorraine at LPTC. Thinking of all the family at this sad time. xxx

  20. I first met Doug in the CBA Staff Department in the 1960,s when he first came out from NZ
    He told us about a race horse called ” Light Fingers” and he said he was a very good horse
    The horse eventually won the Melbourne
    Doug was a good and honest man and he will be sadly missed
    I would catch up with him at the CBA retired officers luncheon and he was always there
    I have fond memories of Doug
    Vale Doug

  21. Grant, Stuart, Joanne,

    Our love and thoughts are with you during this time of loss , a true gentleman ..

    Justin , Kirsty, Harry, Coops, Jacs

  22. Fond memories of many happy times spent on walks with Doug and happy Probus occasions with both Doug and Lorraine Sadly missed by our Club ..Two very special people .Our sympathy to all the Family . Margaret & John Graydon .

  23. A great man and respected friend, who will be missed by us all.
    Thank you to the family for a wonderful celebration of Doug’s life.
    It bought back many lovely memories of 40 plus great years of friendship.
    Your Dad would have been very proud of you, once again today.
    Love Bruce & Lorraine Ricketts

  24. Grant, Stuart and Jo. What a privilege it was to share in your tribute to your father. Your words were all so true of the man we first met in 1977 when you moved into No 62 and we were up the road in No 63. Friendship started then and continued from then until now. We will remember both your parents with love and gratitude for all the good times (and sometimes not so good) we were fortunate enough to spend together.
    Janette , Graham and all the Stickland Clan

  25. Farewell dear Doug, a lovely gentleman, important member of Chisholm Probus Club. He will be sadly missed. He has a lovely family which is a great credit to him. Fly free Doug to meet your love.

  26. A gentleman who was a pleasure to play golf with, discuss the relative merits of All Blacks and Wallabies, critique the current cricket test team or simply have a drink.
    My condolences.

  27. Beautiful service for a wonderful gentleman.
    Sincere condolences to you all.
    Rest now Doug in the arms of your true love.
    Your legacy lives on in your loving family.

  28. Good bye old friend. It was a pleasure playing golf with you every Wed and Sat for many years and of course our Xmas lunches to celebrate the passing of another golfing year. We missed you when you could not play any more and your leaving left a big hole in our foursome. Rest easy and play well.

  29. Our thoughts are with you in this tough time. Obviously, Doug was a top bloke who loved his family dearly, as you did him.

    CJ, Ben and Tom

  30. Jojo, just a beautiful send off for Dougie. It was so nice to hear about his life. You have such a beautiful family. Sending you and the whole family all our love during this very sad time. Wish we could have been there in person. Love Tamlyn, Andrew, Tiarna & Shaylah xxx

  31. What a lovely service. Doug would be delighted as we are. Only sorry we couldn’t be with you all. The photos bought back lots of wonderful memories for us all. Stay strong.

  32. My deep sympathies to the Broadley family in the sad loss of Doug. I had the pleasure of not only working with Doug but he was also a golfing buddy at Spring Valley Golf Club.
    Sincere condolences,
    John Sheedy

  33. Was a lovely service for Uncle Doug, and some fantastic memories shared. Great to be able to join you from the UK. Love to all x

  34. That was one of the most beautiful services I’ve seen….my love to the Broadley’s
    He was a wonderful man and so nice to see and listen to his life story. Rest in peace Doug
    Judith Jones

  35. Such a lovely tribute. Love to you all xxx

    Sending much love and support to you all. Doug would be extremely proud of all of you standing there for him today.

    We were with you the whole time and will be with you always xxx

    Much Love

    Reasie, Relle and Kris xxxxx

  36. Grant, Stuart & Jo-Jo

    What an gorgeous tribute to an amazing man and father. I am proud of the send off you gave him and seeing it I can see why you all turned out to be the fantastic people you are.

    The dedication you all showed to keeping him in the family home and the sacrifices you made can not be under estimated.

    Love to you all Penny

  37. Dear Grant, Stuart and Joanne,

    Condolences, sympathy and thoughts with at this difficult time on the passing of Doug.

    Read, Jill, Tristan & Nathaniel Hedditch

  38. Good memories as a colleague from his first days with CBA in Australia and in later years as a golfing friend.

  39. One of life’s true gentlemen.
    It was pleasure to play golf with him.
    Cec Bailey
    Vice Captain
    Spring Valley Golf Club

  40. Doug was such a great contributor and hard worker for the LPTC over many years, always a smile on his face. Will be missed by all who knew him. Our thoughts and prayers to the family at this most difficult time.
    Diane Turnbull

  41. All my thoughts and sympathies to Joanne, Grant & Stuart. Lots of great memories of all your family, both your Mum & Dad.
    Nita Hedditch

    1. Deepest sympathy to The Broadley Family.
      R.I.P Doug Broadley.
      One of natures gentlemen.
      Brian Dougherty.

    2. Dear Jo and family,
      What a loving tribute to your wonderful Dad, such beautiful memories. He would be so proud of you all.

  42. Loving thoughts to Grant, Stuart and Joanne and all of your families on the passing of Doug – with lots of memories of Lorraine too – on this sad day. A life well lived.

    Tricia, Francis, Jessica and Alexander Ong xxx
    (AKA Tricia Hedditch)

  43. Dear Grant, Stuart and Jo

    Sincere condolences on the death of your Dad. Our thoughts are with you today. A very sad time however forty years plus of great memories dating back to those Glen Waverley junior soccer days. Love to you all.
    Barb and Walter

  44. Uncle Doug is so happily and kindly remembered.
    A lovely, gentle man who was alway ready for a cheerful chat. I really loved the opportunity to catch up with Doug and always found our conversations meaningful, thoughtful and intelligent. He will be so dearly missed, yet I am blessed to know he has found peace.
    Our love to all the family,
    Caelene, Freya and Fiachra

  45. Grant, Stuart, Joanne,

    Our sincere condolences. We imagine the recent weeks and months have been difficult.

    For more than forty years we were blessed to have such wonderful next-door neighbours. Our family was truly saddened to hear of Doug’s passing. We will miss the chats over the fence, the chance meetings at the letterbox and the many brief encounters at our front door as Doug was once again taking a collection for another worthy charity. Doug, our neighbour, will not be forgotten by us. The local neighborhood will also not be the same without him.

    In sympathy,
    Geoff, Marlene, Brad and Fiona
    (The Barns family)

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