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  1. Dear Angie, Chris and Sarah
    What a beautiful service I have just watched for my cousin Greg who I didn’t see enough of. I have lovely childhood and teenage memories of the times we did spend together. He was always loud and laughing which the eulogies suggest he did not stop! Thoughts and love are with Angela and family at this time.
    Wendy Meurer

  2. Such a fitting send off to dearest Greg. The speeches captured his personality and his life’s experiences so well. Chris, Joel and Murray spoke from the heart.
    Special love and hugs to the Biggin family and I will hold many happy memories of times spent together

  3. Dear Angela, Sarah, Chris and extended family,
    Surrounding you all with prayerful support as you say goodbye to Greg. So much can be said about him. Certainly larger than life. I remember his loyalty, dedication and service to St. Andrew’s – always with warmth, fun and honesty…
    Thinking about the Fete BBQ’s on front steps (prime spot), parish quiz nights, fun and warm-hearted caricature of fellow parishioners, side person at Mid-night Mass on Christmas Eve – that was a highlight!
    He was an encouraging support for me during my time as verger at St. A’s all those years ago ahead of training for the priesthood.
    Sending love and blessings from New York.
    (Fr.) Ryan Bennett.

  4. Dear Angie, Chris, Sarah and Families,
    I sent a message yesterday but apparently it did not get through so I will try again ? ?
    It was a great Service to farewell dear Greg. and I was thrilled to be able to join in via the link.
    My thoughts and Prayers are with you at this sad time in your lives. I cherish all my memories of Greg over past years.
    Much Love Jan Warnecke.

  5. A privilege to join the wonderful service at St. Andrew’s to farewell Greg this morning, especially the family tributes led so well by Chris, covering his interesting life which Greg lived to the fullest with his wide smile, great love of family, warm hospitality, friendship, generosity and planning.
    We recall the happy times shared together at St. Andrew’s over many years.
    Our loving thoughts and prayers for Angela, Chris, Sarah and family during this time of great sadness.
    Heather and Roger Sanderson.

  6. Angela, Chris & Sarah
    I couldn’t listen directly this morning, but thanks to technology I have been able to catch-up with the service.
    Lovely hearing the stories of Greg’s life. We will miss him at the WBC.
    Philip Powell

  7. Great memories of fun loving Greg who lived life to the full. Our thoughts and love are with you ‘Matron’ & family.

    Geoff & Sue Mitchell-Burden

  8. Such a special service for the most loyal and loving man. I am so grateful for having Greg in my life. If only the Austral Hotel walls in Mackay could talk. Greg you will forever be a part of thoughts. Matron and family you should be so proud of the path Greg has paved for the family. He was a special man and loved you all dearly. Until I see you up there mate. Bye for now. Let your soul RIP. Love Anthony

  9. A lovely service in memory of Greg, we wish we could have been there to say our goodbyes. We are left with many fond memories of Greg that will never be forgotten, Chris and Joel you spoke extremely well and reminded us all of the legacy Greg leaves behind. Sending our love to Lal, Chris, Sarah, Alison and Joel xoxo

    Much Love,
    Robert Officer & Jessica London

  10. Greg, you were a true “Marvel”, friend and extremely generous. You will always be remembered as being larger than life and we are better for having the fortune of your friendship.
    We were friends socially and in business. If in business I needed real estate advice, I could always count on you, irrespective of the circumstances.
    Greg you have lived and experienced more in seventy one years than others do in over a century.
    Our condolences and love to Angela Chris and Sarah and their families.
    Rest peacefully.

  11. Beautiful service for such a loved man. We are sorry we couldn’t be there and will be having a drink tonight to celebrate a life well lived. Such fond memories and we are honoured to have known and loved Greg for so long. Chris and Joel spoke so well and perfectly summed up Greg’s loveable quirks! Forever missed. Love Kate, Jade and baby Harry x

  12. Angie, Chris and Sarah,
    The service bought back many memories of Greg over the years from Glenyule to Beaumaris to Brighton.
    Our thoughts and condolences to you and your families at this sad time.
    John and Ann

  13. Angela and family,
    I have just watched one of the nicest funerals of my friend Greg. The eulogies were inspiring.
    What a great and loving life you and Greg have had together with your beautiful family, and close friends.
    I’m going to miss Greg so much. We had Mg in common as well as Rotary and other things.

    I’m always available for you, Angela. And of course, so is Jan.

    Ron

  14. Greg was a lovely man who will be sadly missed.
    We have some great memories of fun times together.
    Our thoughts are with Angela, Chris, Sarah and families.

  15. Fond memories of Greg at “Glenyuille” for birthday parties, barbeques and other visits.
    To Angela and family and Andrew, we send our deepest sympathy and comfort in the knowledge that Greg is now without any suffering.
    We will miss the BIG handshakes (Michael) and kisses (Helen).

  16. Dear Angie , Sarah , Chris and families Our thoughts are with you all at this very sad time as you celebrate the wonderful life of a caring family person. We hope that the happy memories acknowledged today will provide some comfort going forward.
    Our love to you all
    Linda & David Willersdorf

  17. Dear Angie and family

    We were pleased to share in the lovely service for Greg today and send you our thoughts at this sad time.
    It is even more difficult for you at this awful pandemic time when all Greg’s friends and acquaintances can’t be with you, but everyone will be sending you their special thoughts.

    With our very best wishes,

    Doug and Heather Dowsett

  18. I will treasure the memories of Greg over the years, I still have a photo of Greg & I sitting on a log with my brother Robert at the farm as children in about 1958. Great sympathy to Angela & the Family.
    Gordon Cannell

  19. Margaret and Neville Norman says:
    Greg was a lovely, caring contributor to Brighton Grammar, St Andrew’s church, Brighton Rotary, the West Brighton Club, Brighton generally: all the Norman family adored him – nobody did more to whip up enthusiasm for fetes and BBQs at BGS and St Andrew’s – Our love and condolences go to Angela, Sarah and Chris and their families at this sad time. He will not be forgotten.
    Marg and Neville Norman, in Hotel Quarantine in Adelaide, mercifully released form England after 9 months detained there.

  20. Beautiful service. Sending our love and deepest condolences. We’ll be in touch Angie. Deirdre and Bruce. XO.

  21. Dear Angie, what a beautiful service with wonderful speeches that were so true of Greg. We will remember him always and all the special times we shared together.
    Sending our love to you, Chris and Sarah, Joel and Allison and not to forget Nathan and Jack.
    We hope it’s not too far away when we can catch up together and give a toast to our dear friend Greg.
    Much love
    Anne and Ian.

  22. Greg was so warm welcoming and fun, and he made us feel like old valued friends from our first meeting. His hospitality, energy and good humour remain an example to us. Love and condolences to Angela Sarah Chris and families
    Sue Boucher & Kelvin Genn

  23. I’ll remember the crazy barbecues we had at Binnie St.
    Just an amazing, larger than life character.
    I’m pleased I could attend today’s virtual service, to remember all the fun times we had.
    Travel safe my friend.
    My sincerest condolences to all the Biggin clan…
    Jim Thoms

  24. Greg’s great quality was to make everyone feel special.
    He leaves a great legacy.
    Love to Angela and family,
    Andrew and Susan

  25. Lovely send off for a wonderful man. Thinking of you Angie, Chris and Sarah. May Greg rest in peace. Lots of love to you all xxxx

  26. Thank you for the streaming service – we felt we were part of the celebration of Greg’s life.

    Peter and Karen Knight

  27. Sincere condolences Angela , Chris and Alison, Sarah and Joel. Our thoughts are with you all at this very sad time.
    Kevin and Maureen Cross

  28. Farewell great spirit! What an amazing joyful life! My heartfelt condolences to you Angela, Chris, Sara and the family. Much love, Yvette ( Rob/Cam’ Ward’s wife) XxOo

  29. To Angie, Sarah, and Chris,
    Thanks for sharing today with us. We look forward to the day when we can be with you in person and give you a hug.
    Debra and Tony xxx

  30. Thank you for letting us join you today from where ever we may be around the world but particularly n Australia – the land Greg loved so much. He will be missed!

  31. All our love to Angie, Chris, Sarah and your families. Greg was such a scallywag who we remember so fondly. James and I often laugh when we remember our times visiting drinking red wine and just laughing. wonderful memories.
    ingrid and James Leverrier

  32. What a beautiful service for Greg. Chris and Joel you spoke so well and made me cry a little bit. You have so many gorgeous family memories to cherish and whilst Greg won’t be there in person for the future ones – he will always be in your hearts and there in spirit. Today I am imaging Greg and Dad in heaven drinking beer and creating havoc. Love to you all. Sending all my love. Joey xoxoxo

  33. Larger than life, always the biggest welcoming Smile
    Your encouragement and support was always appreciated Greg
    So pleased that we were able to enjoy two lovely Cruises together

    Our love and wishes to Angela, Chris and Sarah and families

    Ricky & Julie Avery

  34. Greg, we didn’t catch up often but when we did it was an enjoyable event. You will be remembered.
    Peter Chomley and family.

  35. Greg was a special person who made one welcome to a Rotary meeting with a handshake and beaming smile regardless of how he was feeling healthwise.

    Our thoughts are with Angela and families.
    Alan Jarrott and Jan Eriksen

  36. Greg was so generous and kind, to friends, family and everyone he met. Always willing to help and never asked for a thing in return. We had the absolute please of knowing Greg and as everyone was, better for it. He was will be sadly missed. Jarred and Courtney.

  37. Greg always had a welcoming smile and a happy disposition. Always good to be with him. A good organiser and a friend. Sadly missed, and pass on our condolances to his family. In mentioning Family it is one thing he loved. He also contributed a great deal to his Rotary Club of Brighton

  38. Very sorry at Greg’s passing an old dear friend.

    Will treasure wonderful memories. Great sympathy for Dear Angela and family.

    Ian Mence & Suzie Leary.

  39. Greg was a lovely, caring contributor to Brighton Grammar, St Andrew’s church, Brighton Rotary, the West Brighton Club, Brighton generally: all the Norman family adored him – nobody did more to whip up enthusiasm for fetes and BBQs at BGS and St Andrew’s – Our love and condolences go to Angela, Sarah and Chris and their families at this sad time. He will not be forgotten.
    Marg and Neville Norman, in Hotel Quarantine in Adelaide, mercifully released form England after 9 months detained there.

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