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10 comments on “Kenneth Eric Baxter”

  1. Ken was a true gentleman, he always gave me a smile and then asked me on many occasions to come and join in and play darts .I would say thankyou but never did as I had no idea how to play ,he said but I can show you . Ken you will be missed but never forgotten.

  2. A lovely service with the memories that were shared. It brought back my past memories of the many happy times I shared with Ken, Jenny and Darryl. My deepest sympathy to Jenny ,Janet, Ian and all Ken’s family. Love Sue.

  3. Ken was a lovely man and always very polite and a pleasure to talk to he will be greatly missed condolences to Stephen Stephney and all the Baxter family

  4. Lovely service. Loved looking at all the memories of Ken. Sincere condolences to Jenny & all the family xx

  5. Really sad I wasn’t able to join you all this afternoon as Ken’s life was celebrated, but I watched every minute with you.
    Ken certainly was a lovely man who loved to dress well, which came from his Saville Row background of course!
    Ken and I spent many Sundays over the years on the Rosebud Country Club golf course trying to do better than we did the previous Sunday. Those days were always fun, so it was a sad day for Ken and our group when he couldn’t play any more. He was always so generous wanting to buy the drinks for us after the game, but we managed to get him to let others ‘shout’ drinks too.
    Can’t tell you the number of times Ken altered pants for me as I’m not very tall, so I’ll have to learn how to do them myself now!
    Fred and I were very happy to have lunch with Jenny & Ken back in early June and then have Ken phone me when he was in Frankston hospital.
    Ken will be sorely missed, but it’ll be great remembering all the good times we shared, his cheekiness and of course his friendship.
    Rest In Peace, Ken

  6. Dear Jen, My condolences and heartfelt sympathies, to you and the families on your sad loss of Ken. Thinking of you. Much love your friend Rosemary. ❤️

  7. Lovely service, Yes Ken was a gentleman. I worked with him in the 1960, he was my boss, he was a very kind man, I have lots of lovely memories.

  8. Sincere sympathy to Jenny, Janet, Ian and all of Ken’s family on your loss. Love from Marilyn, Jeff, Steve, Bob, and Ant Harvey and their families.

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