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9 comments on “Garry Van Egmond”

  1. It was an honour to work with the Van Edmond company & such a highlight to my career.
    Garry was always a true gentlemen and such a beautiful man to work for.
    Thank you for bring so many wonderful artist to Australia and for the theatre productions that you produced.
    Australia was so lucky to have you and what you did for the theatre world – THANK YOU.
    Vale Garry and Rest in Peace with your beautiful Rosie in heaven.

  2. I will remember Garry as a kind, caring and as so many have said in the beautiful service, a true gentleman. I was fortunate enough to work with him when I played ‘Leisl’ in his production of “The Sound of Music’. Rumours were swirling about my health – Garry took me aside quietly and said “Don’t worry Sal, I’ve got your back”. Those seven words have stayed with me forever. My condolences to Christo, Katie and all the family. I feel blessed to have known him. A unique soul and a special man xx

  3. Of course I joined the service ( when dawn broke here in the UK) …I had to see how I went down !
    Seriously…the BEST of guys with great family and most importantly, bags of loot we were happy to relieve him of from time to time.
    Big hugs Garry, we are going to miss you.
    Ed Bicknell and Dire Straits

  4. Gary always said “Hello Darling “ – it was a wonderful greeting and one which I will greatly miss.
    It was always has been an honour and a privilege to be in his company.
    Wonderful memories of such happy times.
    We will think our friendship often and with great affection.
    Rest in Peace.
    Creina and Michael Cadden

  5. It was a privilege to have met you Garry. You will be reunited with my late husband Ian Magan. Two true gentlemen, friends and colleagues. Ian always spoke highly of you. He valued your friendship and respected your work ethic and always looked forward to working with you. A handshake is all it took.
    R.I.P Garry.
    Anne Magan

  6. Garry , Always enjoyed your company, especially playing Tennis in Noosa Heads, early 80’s.You and you family enjoyed a holiday at “Pacific Lodge,” Sunshine Beach. You were especially generous in arranging tickets for AC/DC for my son Will and I ,many years later. You contributed enormously to the Entertainment Industry in Australia. Great to see your son Christo, following in your footsteps. Rest in Peace… Tom Dowd.

  7. Garry was a dear friend and someone I will always have the utmost respect for with countless fond memories. A true gentleman & pioneer within the music industry. Someone I have always admired greatly and looked up to. I will forever cherish the golf games with Garry we shared, endless stories & teachings Garry imparted on me in the time I was lucky enough to work alongside him & Christo, and simply knowing such a terrific human being. Rest in peace Garry, your impact on me and everyone who was lucky enough to know you will never cease.
    All my love
    Will

  8. I will always remember our wonderful association with Garry over the decades, and especially our concerts with Michael Jackson in 1996.
    Rest in peace dear friend.
    Gray Bartlett MBE

  9. Vale Dear Garry…treasured memories from when we first met in Surfers Paradise 1957..
    What an exciting and cultural world you brought to our nation….thank you .
    Together now with your Rosie
    R.I.P…….Di Yeldham

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