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24 comments on “Patrick Glenn Toussaint”

  1. Glenn was a lovely person who always loved to hear our stories. He loved to talk about his family, who he was very proud of.
    Whenever Glenn drove passed in the buggy or come to pick up catering, it was always with a smile, and a sparkle in his eyes.
    We all miss Glenn, Rest In Peace.
    X Joh Waters ( Billanook)

  2. It was a privilege to be part of Glenn’ work family. There was not a day that he didn’t help me, go out of his way to make my day easier, stop for a chat or offer a ride in his cart as I crossed the school campus. Nothing was too much trouble and as I often needed a last minute helping hand or “ cart delivery or pickup” he obliged with a cheery smile. During the cold weather he would make sure the heaters in the science lab and prep room were turned on ahead of my arrival.
    When Glenn heard of my pending retirement in 2016 his special phone call to me was a mark of his caring nature.
    Thank you for allowing us to be part of your tribute today.
    Leanne Plumridge

  3. I will forever think it a privilege that my life journeyed along with Glenn though the years he was at Billanook. He was a great work colleague and friend – I know he loved working here with us and we loved sharing our work life with him.

    I remember fondly the day he first commenced work with us and what a bonus it was to find out he was a Collingwood supporter as well – what more could we want.

    Truly one of nature’s gentlemen, a loving and much loved man.

  4. Thank you to the Toussaint family for allowing us to farewell Glenn, particularly in this climate. A beautiful ceremony capturing the essence of his kind, cheeky, fun, hard working nature. He was one of a kind.

    Thoughts are with his family at this time. Gone but never ever forgotten.

    Go the Pies Glenny….

    Georgie- Billanook College

  5. I was blessed to have worked with Glenn at Billanook College, I worked closely with him. Nothing was ever too much trouble, he would go above and beyond to be supportive. He was very loved! He was cheeky and funny and an absolute gentleman. My condolences to his family and friends.

  6. l met Glenn at Billanook, he was such a kind caring beautiful soul. Glenn will be sadly missed.
    Judi Booth

  7. Beautiful service for a beautiful man. My deapest condolences to Shaun, Ben, Adrian, Simonne and families, may Glenn rest in peace, my heartfelt love to all the family, Glenn’s character will be missed by many Xxx

  8. A truly genuine guy. His smile, the hugs that could turn your worst day around. Home now to the love of his life. You will be missed Glenn, how did I not know your first name was Patrick?
    Rest easy. Trudi

  9. A beautiful service for a truly beautiful beautiful man. Condolences to the family.

  10. Beautiful service for wonderful gentlemen. It was a privilege to have worked with Glenn at Billanook College. May he rest in peace.

  11. A special life long friend who will be sadly missed. With Kaye again forever. Till we meet again. Stephen, Lyn and family

  12. A beautiful farewell to such a lovely man will never forget you Glenn XX

    Condolences to all the family and thankyou for sharing such wonderful memories XX

    Big hugs to you Simonne, Brian and family XX

    love Nean XX

    1. Thanks Nean, he was a very special person, loved by everyone who met him xx

  13. Fond memories of a gentle, kind man who was always pleasant and willing to help. Xx
    Helen Boyle (from Billanook days)

  14. He was truly a Gentle Man – always left you with a smile.
    Condolences to Shaun and Ben

  15. Today we say goodbye to a very dear friend…so many wonderful memories. …it was an absolute pleasure to be able to share in your life …rest softly Glenn xx

  16. So sad to hear that Glenn was no longer with us. Condolences to Shaun and Ben and their families.

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