The Funeral Service


After watching the service online, if you can leave a guest message to let the family know you have joined into the service, that would be greatly appreciated.

This service will have a password applied once edited (normally within 3 to 5 days following the service), you will then need to contact the family for the password to access.

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.

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6 comments on “John Roysmith”

  1. It was wonderful for John’s cousin, Jilly [Brisbane] to attend in person with her son Luke (Melbourne]. what an amazing service, which we have looked at again on the streaming, so commensurate with and honoring of such a man who was just so full of life, love and laughter, a pioneer and a man who left such a heritage and legacy for his family, friends and all who had the privilege of knowing him. He was so blessed to have had such a beautiful and life giving lady, Jane, by his side. We will certainly miss them both. Love Jilly and John (Brisbane)

  2. We have witnessed the “mystery of love “ in this livestream for John, acknowledging the joy he and Jane experienced in their lives together. A wonderful, moving service. The speeches were all clearly delivered and memorable, no easy task at such an emotional time.
    My thoughts are with you.

  3. To John’s family. Colin and Pam Luth we’re sorry to be unable to attend the service for John. It was a lovely service and we extend our deepest sympathy to all the family. Colin enjoyed many years working with John as a founding partner of Chelmer. Colin and Pam Luth

  4. Thank you for the live stream as I couldn’t get out of work.
    I’m doing an anaesthetic fellowship at royal children’s hospital.
    That was n honouring service
    God be with you as you mourn.
    From Ben- cousin Jill’s son

  5. To Penny, Johnnie and your families.

    That was a truly lovely heartfelt service and we were very proud to have been a part of it, albeit remotely.
    Our thoughts, prayers and best wishes to you all and we look forward to catching up again.
    Love from all the Hawford Scotts – Alastair, Helen, Fiona and Penny.

  6. Condolences from an old mate who lived across the road during primary school days. Can’t remember the peddle car but we fished the Waimairi Stream!

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