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18 comments on “Leonard Taylor”

  1. What a wonderful tribute to Uncle Len,our deepest and sincere condolences to all the Taylor family. We will miss his smiling face ,May the multitude of heartfelt memories sustain you all through the difficult days ahead,may our love and prayers be with you all Carol,Colin,Alex & Ben Constantine .

  2. Lovely service and tribute to a full life
    Always remember water skiing and we would go over sea weed and someone would yell shark. The water skier would pull them selves along the rope and back into the boat. Great times
    Ken, Donna, Jay Stubbs

  3. Condolences to the Taylor family. Our thoughts are with you and your family at this sad time. Love Claude, Liz, and Family

  4. A wonderful service for a wonderful man. I didn’t know Len for that long but I will never forget the laughs and fun we had together and others.
    The farm will never be the same again.
    Great memories for a great man.
    Love to you all.From Macca and the Macca clan.

  5. Fond memories of Uncle Len at the Bundoora Park Children’s Farm with Major, and at the old Homewood School with his poddy calves. With love from Rosie & Erica Moffat and family. xxx

  6. We have gather here at home in Mackay Qld, with family and friends to be part of Lens farewell. Shane and Laura, Sally and Hula, friends John, Joan and Valda in attendance.

    40 years ago, I tried for 4 days to ask Len for Anne’s hand in marriage.
    It wasn’t due to me being scared to ask (which I probably was)
    Len must have sensed that something was up and conveniently disappeared the first 3 evenings.
    He must have said yes.

    When I think of my Father In-law, I think rabbits in the back yard, Blairgowrie, the old fishing boat, fishing trips on Port Phillip bay, Sandy Point, Deep frying flathead fillets in the back yard, farming at Katamatite and of course many trips to Sugarloaf with all the grand kids and families and friends, And a fantastic trip to Cape York, fishing and crabbing.

    Len was always there to lend a hand and never said no when asked for help.
    What a wonderful Role model he has been.
    I could not have been more blessed to have married Anne and have Len and his family in our lives.

  7. Such a beautiful service Len would be so proud of his Family. You are All in our thoughts.
    RIP Len,
    Love Maree & Graham Burns (née Davis)
    From Adelaide

  8. What a beautiful tribute to Uncle Len. Condolences to all that loved and knew Uncle Len.

    Karen Sproat.

  9. Lovely service & tribute to a great man. Fond memories of Len at the MOK’s playing cricket on the tennis court, Len once gave me a funny compliment as he said “Greg if there was a tennis ball Test side you’d be in it”. Love to all from Greg & Julie Tatam.

  10. Thinking of you all at this difficult time. Sending love to all the family. I have many fond memories of Uncle Len xxx

  11. Our deepest sympathy to the Taylor family on the passing of Len. Len was a true gentleman and a wonderful friend . Thinking of you all, Diane and Don xx

  12. Condolences to the Taylor family.
    Our prayers and thoughts are with you all, at this sad time.
    Gail and Tom Thompson and family xox

  13. Very sorry to see a great, kind, sweet man pass. Our thoughts and love are with you all. Suez, Chris, Lleyton and Harry xxx

  14. Our deepest sympathy to the Taylor Family on the passing of Len. Our thoughts are with you at this time.
    Janet Bucknell and Mavis Delaney.

  15. So sorry for the sad passing of your beloved Len. It’s been a very tough year for all the family. Sending love and condolences. Lynette and Des xx

  16. We express our condolences on the passing of Len to Jean, Neville, Donna and family. Len was a true gentleman whose humour, generosity and pride in his family will always be remembered. With love Gerry, Joan and family.

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