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27 comments on “Jack O’Toole”

  1. What a beautiful service, befitting a truly wonderful young man. It was an honour to know you and your family.
    We have many fond memories of the cricket our boys played and the fun that was had with you all.
    My heart breaks for you all for your loss and the knowledge that the world will be a lesser place without Jack in it.
    Love to you all xx
    The Russells

  2. Such a beautiful & moving memorial for Jack. Sending much love & strength to you all.
    Love Vicky & Gion xxx

  3. Thank you Brad for allowing me to view this beautiful memorial for your son Jack. I didn’t know him personally, but through you I feel I did get to know the amazing person he is! Such amazing memories were shared and I feel privileged to be able to hear all about the amazing life of Jack! Sending my love and condolences to you and your family xx

  4. A lovely service for a wonderful colleague and friend.
    In each speaker you can hear the difference Jack has made in so many lives.
    Thanks Wm for sharing him and today with so many.
    I know the Newlands family will continue to keep you and the family in our thoughts. Jack will be missed.

  5. A very touching service and a privilege to be a part of it from far away. I didn’t know Jack personally but he made such an impact on my family I feel very lucky to have had him in our lives. Thinking of Em and family with love x.

  6. To Dearest Emily and Family,

    Sending my sincere condolences on the passing of Jack, I am so sorry for your loss.

    Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

    Jack was attending Haileybury Boys Middle School during my first year of teaching at Newlands.

    Years later I worked along side Jack as he returned to Newlands as a student teacher and later as a teacher himself.

    During his short time in the profession Jack made such a big impression on the students he taught and colleagues he worked with.

    He will forever remain in our hearts.

    God Bless and Lots of Love Bethany Reynolds

  7. Jack what an impact you have had on so many people within your 27 years of life. Your sporting abilities were next level and you will be remembered by many as such a wonderful person both on and off the field. Rest in Peace now. My sincere condolences to Emily and family xoxoxo

  8. Jack was someone that had everyone’s best interests at heart. The way he helped others before himself throughout all areas in life.
    He will be remembered by all and a big part of the St Kilda CC.
    Condolences to Emily & family.
    Love Lucas

  9. What a wonderful person and work colleague you were Jack. We loved our Year 4 Zoom trivia and all the laughs shared in our time working with you. You will be missed by all.
    Best wishes to all Jack’s family and Em

  10. I will miss you Mr O’Toole. Thanks for being my teacher and being an inspiration. I will always remember you.

  11. A truly remarkable young man and a wonderful teacher. Everyone could see how much he loved his job and he was such a naturally gifted, caring teacher with an ability to genuinely connect. Such an incredible role model for all his students. Rest in Peace Jack

  12. What a wonderful Man you truly were Jack!
    It was a pleasure to have known you!
    All our love Sophie and Tanner ❤️❤️

  13. RIP Jack. I’m not sure whether I helped or hindered your cricketing journey at times with the expectations that were set based on your talent. However watching you develop your relationships within cricketing circles, both playing and coaching, plus in your short working career proved you were a winner. And it will be our loss not to see it reach its full potential. I’ll miss our test team selection banter, very thought provoking if not controversial! Sincere condolences to Brad & Lisa, Millie and Emily. Cheers Jonah

  14. Jack,

    No words can express how much you will be missed by us all.

    Thank you for all the laughs, and for filling our lives with so much love and light.

    You were a true inspiration in so many ways. A fantastic teacher, an amazing friend, much loved Son, Brother, Uncle, Son -in-law, (honorary Bro-in-law to me!) and of course – your favourite role as the most wonderful Husband to our Em.

    Thank you for loving Em with your everything, watching your love story play out over the years fills my hearts with so much joy; I have never known a love quite like it.

    Gone but never ever forgotten.

    We love you mate.

    All our love always,

    Elliza & Nick


  15. Jack, though it you only had a short time, you have left your mark on the world and in many lives. You will be missed and remembered always. All the best to Em and the family.
    Regards, Gill

  16. When Brad, Lisa, Millie and Jack took us into their hearts when we moved to Melbourne, Jack was just a young boy. Such talent and style, courage, strength and a legacy left for so many. You have the proudest bravest family Jack and youll always be remembered and loved by all that have crossed your path. Angels will hold you up now so you can rest x Tim, Paula and Hannah

  17. It is so hard to say goodbye to a man who was an inspiration to us all. Jack will be sadly missed by all the students, parents and his colleagues at Haileybury. His love of life, fighting spirit and care for others will always be remembered.
    My very best wishes to Em and family.
    Lisa Christopher

  18. Jack was a terrific fella. He was captain of the Dowling team I coached and a splendid leader and batter. I always admired his selflessness and warmth. Rest In Peace Tooly ❤️

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