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After watching the service online, if you can leave a guest message to let the family know you have joined into the service, that would be greatly appreciated.

Following the service, the footage will be posted and you can watch at a later time if you were unable to watch at the time of the service. Once editing is complete, the footage will be posted which will include all 3 camera angles.

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27 comments on “Paul Kearney”

  1. Dear Sue, Amy and Nick

    Thank you for the opportunity to join this beautiful memorial celebrating the life of Paul that was so well lived and loved. He was clearly a remarkable person who gave so much of himself to others. Although we had only got to know Paul in the last few years he was a special person. We will miss the opportunity to spend time with him, his great sense of fun and generosity, his love of food and red wine and just his enjoyment of life. He did always look on the bright side of life and that is his gift to all. A wonderful man who we are sure will be missed by all who had the good fortune to know him. Rest well Paul.

  2. Dear Sue and all the family,
    Thank you for sending me the link of the service. I felt close to all of you.
    There is no language to express my deep sadness over the loss of Paul. I often think of the many beautiful moments we shared together in Melbourne, Italy and Switzerland and feel blessed to have you as friends.

    Thank you Sue, Thank you Paul you will be dearly missed.

  3. Thank you very much, Sue and Julianne and families, for those wonderful stories and memories of Paul, a beautiful man with many gifts which he so joyfully shared.

  4. Kearney, and I always called him, was one of the greatest, intelligent and funny men that I have ever known. As an old Air Force mate of mine always said “every 10 years you meet someone who has a real impact on your life” and he was one of those people. We worked hard together in DC, laughed, got drunk and made more noise than a regiment on the piss. Our catch phrase then and every time we meet after was ” a Pitcher of Double Diamond” the beer we drank at Mr Egans in DC. A truly great mate who will be sadly missed

  5. A beautiful farewell for a great bloke. Sadly missed by all. Our thoughts are with the family and friends.
    (Always look on the bright side of life)

  6. It was so lovely to be able to join in the celebration of Paul’s wonderful life.
    We will always remember him with smiles… Thinking of you all

  7. Thankyou so much that was fabulous!!! What a life you had Paul. I loved that Steve and I could be part of this……… Sleep well

  8. Beautiful service. Thank you Paul for the wonderful and special time you have given me in my life. I have so much left to say to you. I still cannot believe you are gone. Rest in peace.

  9. What a wonderful tribute to an extraordinary man. It captured his fun, his warmth, generosity and love. We feel lucky to have known him. Xx
    Rhonda and David

  10. A wonderful celebration of Paul’s life. His positive impact on all in his life will be remembered and felt forever. Love K, Ian, Miller and Alexander XXxx

  11. Dear Sue,
    Ange and I have great memories of many dinners spent with you and Paul over the years. We always thought Paul was such a fabulous person and really enjoyed his great sense of fun and enjoyment of life. We have been really saddened by his declining health over the course of this year. We were sorry that we couldn’t be at his service today to help celebrate the amazing person that he was. It was great that we could view the proceedings through watching the livestream. We were very impressed at the way you delivered your very loving speech in honour of Paul and your life spent together and we learnt a lot more about Paul’s life from the reminiscences of some of his many good lifelong friends. Jen and Kim are coming down for the weekend and we will share fun stories and raise a glass in Paul’s memory. Hopefully we will catch up in the not too distant future.
    Take care
    Jane Mooney and Angela Mangan

  12. A wonderful service. Everyone spoke beautifully about Paul, a truly lovely and funny man. We will miss his company in Paynesville and Mike will particularly miss his long chats and jokes.

  13. What a wonderful celebration of a life well lived. He will indeed be sadly missed by his loved and loving family and by all his many friends.

  14. Beautiful service- it’s a very special man that still counts his mates from school as his besties. Thankyou for all the wonderful stories.
    Thinking of you all during this time. X

  15. Although I only knew him for a few years during our Army careers, Paul was a stand-out person. Once met, never forgotten. He will be sadly missed by family and friends. Sincere condolences to his family.

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