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15 comments on “Maxwell ‘Glenn’ Bray”

  1. A beautiful farewell for Glenn Keith. Thoughts and prayers are with you as you hold fast to wonderful memories. Blessings Patricia.

  2. It was a wonderful service for Glenn. I am glad I was able to be there. I’m sure Glenn would have loved to have been there too.
    A shame of course that Keith couldn’t be there. But the presence of both of them was palpable. As was their dedication, caring and love for each other.
    Sad and happy at the same time.

  3. It was a privilege to be part of the service to celebate Glenns life. We could all learn a lesson from Glenn about living life with the glass half full! What positivity he exuded! Will miss our chats. My thoughts now rest with Kieth, and his extended family.

  4. I send love to Keith who will miss his beloved partner Glenn. I will miss Glenn’s unscripted interruptions during our Metropolitan Community Church Services, when something Glenn was passionate about crossed his mind and he just had to get it out. I will miss his requests to play the song ‘Two Fathers’ which he loved and always asked for it to be played over. I celebrate the life of Glenn and know he is in God’s care.

  5. A lovely tribute to dear Glen. Rest In Peace and my condolences to all his family and friends, especially Keith. Love to all

  6. Rhonda and I are fortunate to have met Glenn. He would always light up and greet us with a hearty hello whenever we saw him on the street. Our sympathies with Keith and Glenn’s family and friends.

  7. I used to hear Glenn singing from next door, now I can hear him singing from heaven.

  8. Dear Keith. We have so love having Glenn in our congregation. His lively challenges and his care have helped us all grow and understand our faith more deeply.

  9. My deepest condolences to Keith and Glenn’s family.
    I only met Glenn a few times through my very good friend Keith.
    Have recently discovered that I have an ancient Cornish heritage, so feeling even closer now.
    Love and blessings to Keith and the family.

  10. I was sorry to hear of Glenn’s death and extend to Keith and other family members my deepest sympathy.
    Remembering chats at the Cornish Association in both Ballarat and Oakleigh.

  11. I am sorry i am unable to attend Glenn’s funeral.
    I am deeply saddened of his passing.
    Even though i have only seen Glenn rarely since he moved to Melbourne we kept in touch by phone.
    My deepest sympathy to Keith & Janine.
    Thinking of you at this sad time.

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