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21 comments on “Neville Gilmore”

  1. Thank you for allowing us a glimpse into Neville’s life. As we only got to know him in his latter years when his health was declining. It was very obvious by his cheeky grin that he had a great sense of humour which was touched on today. He also had a strong testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel that he was always willing to share with anyone who would listen.
    He was a great asset to the Wonthaggi Branch,,unfortunately his time with us was too short.
    My love and prayers go out to Maria & Family at this time. How grateful we are to know that you can all be together again.
    Love Marje Ross

  2. Today I wished I could of been there but unfortunately I am unwell, Neville the kind loving man we have grown to love will be sadly missed I could never measure your love and support for my daughter Rebbecca when she came to your family,,you opened your heart to her as she was one of your own,Our many occasions we met for Christmas,, birthdays of our grandchildren were memories we will keep in our hearts,you done a wonderful job raising such a beautiful loving family, you know the secret of eternal life my friend, keep all of us in your sight as we follow steps on this journey of life To the Gilmore family our hearts are with you today and thinking of you all You are at peace now Neville,a great job well done here on Earth,sadly you were taken so soon xxxx needed in heaven God bless you all love Janine and Oscar Porter

  3. To the Gilmore family. That was a beautiful service. Neville would’ve been proud.
    My sincere condolences and sympathy to all of the Gilmore family.
    Neville was a caring person. It was an absolute honour and pleasure to know him and to work with him.

  4. As we couldn’t be there it was great to be able to see you all and watch and share from Tassie!

    Beautiful service and tribute to Neville he would be so proud!

    Love to you all!

  5. To someone I knew as Dad before you became a former in-law. I would like to first send our love and prayers to you as you transition from this life to the next. I also would like to acknowledge the privilege I had of meeting you nearly 20years ago when visiting your son Daniel. I would also like to extend my deepest condolences to Mum, Fleur, Daniel, Orson, Nathaniel, Josh, Ryan, Emily and all the other grandbabies who I have met and not met. It is with love and warmth that I write this. I only found out late last night that you had passed, and I was going to send a message to Daniel but thought it was too late, so I made the decision to send a message in the morning. Morning came and I woke up after 11am and thought it inappropriate to message during the funeral service. I had googled your name last night and found the website details about your funeral and I was able to join the many by viewing your funeral being live-streamed. The last time I saw you was at Ryan’s lunch following his Aaronic Priesthood Ordination. I saved my hug with you for when we were leaving after being well-fed, and welcomed. I knew that you were just waiting patiently for me to greet you. It has been an interesting journey these last how many years. Your funeral service was a beautiful testimony of you and your influence on this earth. Thank you for the moments of communication in the early years of my association with you and the family. Thank you for blessing us with the countless opportunities to spend time with your children. How lucky have I been to have our whakapapa connect and to share bloodlines through Emily and Ryan. Love is an interesting expression. At the end of the day I write this with thanks and appreciation for you, with heartfelt sadness that you are no longer here in body, I write this with love towards all you hold dear and close. May our Father in Heaven continue to lead us and bind us ever closer. From my heart to yours. Till we meet again. Till we meet again.

  6. Neville’s Family,A tribute to a cousin we never met.Thankyou for all the amazing things you found on the Sutherland side .A beautiful service and a beautiful family..Keep each other close.A far reaching legacy left by a lovely man..Our love and thoughts are with you all. Rich and Ralene Sutherland, NZ

  7. What was a beautiful and heartfelt service – Neville was and is so loved.

    Thank you for sharing. I was very grateful to be able to watch.

    Love to all the Whānau.

  8. My Condolences again Auntie Siony , Orson , Fleur , Nathaniel and Daniel. Its nice to see Uncle Neville for the lasr time. I will miss him.

  9. Lovely to see you all and be able to watch and share from NZ. Was a fantastic send off for Neville. Chrissy will miss you very much as we all well.
    Love Adele,Chrissy, Chris and family.

  10. So incredibly greatful to have had you as part of my life. You always loved without judgment or expectation and that was such an amazing example to me. My love to all the family at this time we only wish we could be there with you all. The Walkers

  11. Love you Gilmore family even though most of you are Hawks supporters. haha
    So glad we got to watch the service and hear about Nev. Please give a hug and kiss to Mrs. G. for me please.

  12. Wonderful service and tribute to Neville, proud to call you cousin, (I am a first cousin on his Mother’s side).

  13. Neville would of been very proud of his family today .
    Neville was my dad’s cousin ( cousin of the late Brian Gilmore (Maxwell Hugh and Helen Gilmore son, (late max and Helen Gilmore)
    Neville did reach out to me , re our family tree thinking of you all at this time.

  14. Dear Maria I wish we could have been there with you all Thankyou for making this available. We were flooded with wonderful memories of Hawaii and Melbourne. Love to you and your large and beautiful family.

  15. I have so many great memories with Neville, I remember the times riding the Neighborhood Energy car and listening to him tell stories about his family and relatives of who he was very proud! He always had a smile and way to lift you up if he saw that you were not doing well.
    Buen viaje mi amigo!
    With Love Diego, Angelica and Tomas

  16. I am sorry to hear about his passing. I was quite shock when i heard the news. Please accept my heartfelt condolences .

  17. Great memories of staying at “Waverly” when Aunty Jen had another baby! Her sister, “Dolly” was my mother & always turned up with my sister Pat & I to help. Neville was the apple of his Father’s eye & loved centre stage?? But very likeable & I can still graphically remember tobogganing down the steep hill behind the house then heaving cow pats at each other. Novel for 2 young city girls Last met Neville at Aunty Jen’s funeral but cousin Bob in Morrinsville kinda keeps me in the loop Chuck & I send you our deepest sympathy at this time. May you be all surrounded by Love & special memories.
    Sincerely, Jenny Edwards. (1st cousin).

  18. Haere atu ra e taku whanaunga
    Haere ki o matua I Te po,
    Ko ratou i karanga ki a koe
    Moe mai ra
    Ko Pipitea to kainga ko Mata raua ko Worser Ou Tupuna.
    Haere, haere, haere.
    E Te whanau pani ka nui te aroha, me nga whakaaro tautoko
    Tena no koutou katoa

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