Our heartfelt condolences are with you and your family at this very sad time.
We will always remember Philip for his thoughtfulness, kindness, strength and courage.
Henri and Lana Malakunas
Dear Judy and family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.
It’s been a pleasure to know Phil and via the link to this beautiful service to learn of the events and memories in his wonderful life.
With deepest sympathy,
The Desira family
A life well lived!
Our condolences to the Kudnig Family.
Fiona, Scott, Aoife and Innes
Dear Judy and family,
What a wonderful service for such an amazing man. We learnt so much about Phils life today..he certainly achieved so much for his family and country.
Fond memories come back of great times spent at Blairgowrie and Mount Hotham and for Dudley great times were spent sharing a tent at Jagungal and other places where his company and experience were greatly appreciated.
Looking back we were so fortunate to have shared the pleasure of both your company.
Thinking of you at this difficult time.
Love Veronica and Dudley
Dear Judy and family,
It was a beautiful service, very moving and I am so pleased that I was able to be there to relive wonderful memories of a great person who did many adventurous things and contributed significantly to the community and the military.
Your friendship will always be special to me
I bet everyone is jealous of you,
You’ve done so many amazing things in your life!
I will miss you,
A beautiful service, wonderful memories and stories, a lovely farewell & tribute for Uncle Phil, Sending Auntie Judith, Mandy, Martin and Simon and all the family all our love.
Alison & Family xxx
What a fortunate family to have had Phillip as husband, father and grandfather. A life well lived. We have no doubt he will be sorely missed. Sarah and Rob.
Dearest Judy and family,
What a beautiful service for such a great man. Philip really was one of a kind and we feel so lucky to have had him in our lives. It is always hard to say goodbye to someone who has had such a profound and positive impact on so many.
We are truly sorry for your loss, and hope you find peace in the months ahead.
Lots of love xxx
Stuart & Narelle
To Judy and families, Please accept my personal condolences on the passing of Philip. It was a pleasure to have known such a fine gentleman. A man of many talents indeed and a privilege to have served under him. Lest we forget.
A very moving Service; brought back many memories, Will always remember Phil’s generosity of spirit and advice and willingness to listen. But most of all his love for Judy and family. He was so proud. Mark Thorek and family
We are devastated to hear of Phil´s death. We are so sorry. Please accept our sincere and heartfelt condolences at this very difficult time. In our deep sadness our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. You are not alone in your deep sorrow. Please let us know if there is anything we can do for you.
Our families´ friendship with Phil and you extended over 40 years and over half the world. It was very unique. We treasure our many memories and wonderful times we spent together as friends with Phil. Visiting your farm and feeding the lambs and riding on the hay tractor are just two of the many fond memories Heike and Marion will associate with Phil forever. We all will miss his humour, wit, wisdom and many interesting stories and experiences, such as Phil´s recollection of is encounter with Aboriginal people who had never met white persons when preparing for nuclear tests when we dined at your beautiful home in Macedon, enjoying a real Australian lamb dish. He was indeed a very, very special person. Every time we enjoy white asparagus, we think of Phil. How he loved that!
We are sure that Phil would wish us to remember all the fun memories in particular. And that we continue our special friendship with you and your family.
We wish you courage, strength and love to help you through this terrible loss.
Please feel free to call us anytime.
The Kainer family
My dearest Judy. Bryce and l are so sad Phillip has ended his life journey. We feel so privilaged to have been able to see him the other night. He was such a kind, intetesting and wonderful man and a true gentleman. I will never forget him telling me how the sight of the Taj Mahal took his breath away, and when l stood there myself a month later, he was formost in my thoughts as l understood completely. We will miss him, but we will celebrate his life with you by the link on friday. and remember with joy the fun times spent around our table in Pinchoff lane. followed by the raucous laughter as you staggered and tripped up the dirt road by torchlight to your home. With love to the family also. Pammy and Bryce xx
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