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8 comments on “Kerry O’Brien”

  1. Condolences to all the family
    Very fond memories of Kerry whilst in the CFA. Will never forget he turned up to my sons 3rd Birthday party in a fire truck. He’s 17 now and still remembers it
    RIP Kerry

  2. Sincere condolences to Adam, Shane and Families. Very fond memories of working with Kerry for many years at G & K O’Connor. What a fantastic and remarkable legacy he leaves behind – his children, grandchildren and 65 years of service to the CFA. R.I.P. Kerry.

  3. Myself, Robyn and Michelle are sorry we could not be in attendance today. To Adam, Shane and your family and the Upwey Fire Brigdae thank you for allowing us to be part of the celebration for Kerry, he was a mentor and a mate and a fierce advocate for his community. He will live on in every one of us who he took the time to befriend and teach. A gentleman and all round decent man.
    Much love to you all and know that Kerry is and always will be in the hearts of us all.

  4. What a beautiful service and great memories of the good and fun times. To Adam, Shane and your families my sincere condolences. May you RIP Kerry.

  5. Adam and Shane your Dad would be so proud of you both today. What a beautiful way to give celebration to Kerry’s life. Your mum and dad will continue to walk by your side together, looking over you both and your families.

  6. Sincere condolences to Adam shane and families
    Much love and a lifetime of treasured memories
    Be at peace with your beloved Colleen
    Love always carol smith
    (Jamieson ) xx

  7. Condolences to all the family on the passing of Kerry. We had great times as teenagers growing in and around Upwey. RIP Kerry.

  8. Sincere condolences to Kerry’s family and friends. I knew him briefly in the early 1980s as a fellow member of Upwey CFA. Kerry was a fine fireman, a great club man, a generous mentor and a top bloke ! His service to the CFA movement and to the Upwey community was indeed admirable. RIP Kerry.

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