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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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16 comments on “Ian Probert”

  1. Having never had the pleasure to meet Ian but through your daughter Denise I feel that I know all about you and as a third cousin of Ian’s wife Alva, we have a distant connection. However listening to the Funeral Service back here in London, England I found the stories of your life very impressive. It was also a greatr bonus to see so many of his family, despite their face masks.

    My thoughts are with you all

    Dennis Hepworth (Dudgeon Relation)

  2. What a beautiful service and your Father will be sadly missed, my thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.love Carolyn De Groot

  3. So sorry for your loss of your father, our thoughts are with you always love Christine, John Condon , Carolyn and Frank De Groot

  4. Thank you to those who watched this live-stream of Dad’s Service

    Tim Horlock for the amazing service conducted as Celebrant. Absolutely amazing.

    Ex CFA Captain Bob O’Toole for his personal tribute and for supporting Ex CFA Captain Frank Stephenson throughout.

    David Yole and Roger Thompson for their Masonic tribute and detailed account of Dad’s Masonic history.

    Go in Peace into the tranquillity of eternity, Dad and Pa, You are now in a better place

    Doug, Wendy, Jessica and Michael Probert.

  5. Thank you to those who watched this live-stream of Dad’s Service

    Tim Horlock for the amazing service conducted as Celebrant. Absolutely amazing.

    Ex CFA Captain Bob O’Toole for his personal tribute and for supporting Ex CFA Captain Frank Stephenson throughout.

    David Yole and Roger Thompson for their Masonic tribute and detailed account of Dad’s Masonic history.

    Go in Peace into the tranquillity of eternity, Dad and Pa, You are now in a better place

    Doug, Wendy, Jessica and Michael Probert.

  6. Dear Denise and Family,
    What a lovely tribute to a very special, extrodinary man in your life. My sincere condolences to you all. May you hold those memories close of your dear Dad.
    May he rest in peace.
    Odette

  7. To Denise and family

    A lovely service that was a thoughtful tribute to a community minded and loving family man.

    Love from
    Angela Bruzzese

  8. What a lovely tribute to a wonderful community orientated man.
    Loved the painting the car blue story Andy!
    Deepest condolences to all the family and especially to our dear friend Andy, his wife Faye and Anton, Cailin and Pete.
    Sending our best wishes and our love xx

  9. Jane Laws (nee Parker) and Gerry Laws would have loved to attend from Alexandra, Victoria.
    It was such a privilege to be part of this live steam service.

    I remember as a kid, Kaye and I playing at the Fire Station with all the Probert kids.
    We had a lot of fun.

    All our love and prayers to all the family at this time.

  10. To Denise and family
    It was a lovely service for your father Ian. I appreciated the insights in to his life and his varied interests.
    All the eulogies were informative and the photos were well put together.
    A long life well lived. May he live on in your hearts and memories.

  11. To Dear Denise and family,
    My sincere condolences on the passing of your father and grandfather. It was a lovely service that fondly told of a life well lived. My thought are with you.
    love, Dianne.

  12. A great service representing a full life – a credit to all. Please accept our condolences at this sad and difficult time. Thank you for including us…

  13. Sorry to lose a good friend and workmate from our long time at Downie Street, and Yarraville.
    I did comment to Ian years ago that it was silly leaving home, and returning in the dark, and that a house closer to work would be better, but he just smiled and said that the weekends up in Ferntree Gully made up for it.

  14. Dear Denise,

    The funeral tribute you all gave your dad gave us a clear insight in the fullness of your father’s life & the contribution he made to the community . A real historic cameo of the times.

    May his soul rest in peace.

    Josephine

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