Streaming of Funeral Service

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.

Guest Book

Refresh Comments

26 comments on “Ray Allnutt”

  1. We were saddened to hear of the passing of Ray, he was a gentleman in the truest form and was the kindest and most sincere person we have had the pleasure to know. The world is a better place for him having been in it and our hearts and thoughts go out to Helen, David, John and their families.

  2. A wonderful service for a wonderful man. We were pleased to learn so much more about his fascinating life.
    We were so lucky to have him as a neighbour and a friend.
    Lil and Bill

  3. A touching and moving celebration of Ray’s life and times. I have fond memories of visiting with Ray and the family on his lovely property. He was truly both a gentle man and a gentleman, who lived a full and active life with passion and maintained his independence and spirit. Indeed when I spoke with him late last year he recounted his adventures in driving back and forth to Gippsland on a regular basis to help out a friend. My thoughts are with David, John and their families. Vale Ray.

  4. I knew Ray all my life (80 years) I was heart broken when ray passed, he was a great friend & mentor, his advise has been instrumental in my career. I loved his witt always having a laugh I remember when he told me there was a new movie at mentone picture theatre (tom mix & cement) as i was about 8 year old I had no idea why ray laughed when I said we should see that.
    At the age of 6 to 8 years I accompanied ray on his run down the mornington peninsula selling fruit & vegetables on the way staying o/night at rye & returning next day,. I have a life time of memories associated with Ray & the allnutt family.
    My sincere condolences to David,John & families RIP Ray

  5. What an amazing man he was. When we saw him last year, I couldn’t believe he was 95! He’s certainly given me somthing to aspire to. He had a fabulous and fulfilled life surrounded by a loving family. He’s left a wonderful legacy and wlll be greatly missed.

  6. Uncle Ray will be missed by many but will live on in all the memories. Will miss all the stories and laughs. Sorry I could not be there in person, thanks for the opportunity to watch.

  7. RIP Ray you will be sadly missed by all. Thinking of my son Laine and all the family .
    With Love from Jo, Nancy and Merv Spinks.

  8. A life well lived. So sorry we couldn’t be at the service in person. The world has lost one of it’s greatest story-tellers. A wonderful uncle and a true gentleman. We will all miss you.

  9. I am sending my condolences to all of Rays family and loved ones. He was a true and kind gentleman and treated every single person with sincere respect. It was an absolute pleasure knowing him. He will be most sadly missed and never, ever forgotten.

    1. Growing up without a Dad we are indebted to the love and care shown to us by the Allnutt family. It was a pleasure to catch up with Ray last year and enjoy his stories and share some of his life experiences. Sadly missed.

  10. The most peaceful… tranquil memories I have are with u and Grandma at Pearcedale… u will always live in my heart xx

  11. The world certainly needs more caring people like Ray. The Walkie/Talkies will always remember your happy , smiling face and will miss you greatly on our Saturday walks.

  12. It was a beautiful ceremony… we will always remember him for his never ending love, kindness and hospitality…We will miss him

  13. What a beautiful service for what I can only imagine was a wonderful full of life man that clearly was the light in all the lives he touched, I only wish I had the privilege to meet you Ray…
    I send all my love and condolences to all family and friends, may you Rest In Peace Ray and your stories live on through us all
    Love Michelle, Madison, Josh, Ashtyn and most importantly your great granddaughter Rivah xx

  14. Dear John and David, Thank you so much for telling me about your father’s memorial service today. Ray had a long life and left a great legacy with many people. He loved God and loved people. He was a great encourager and had a marvellous smile. The memiorial service was very moving and encouraging to me. He was a close friend of my father Stan too, He will be sorely missed.
    God bless you guys. Perhaps will will meet again one day. Warm regards, Rog Lang

  15. What a wonderful life… and legacy of family and friends. A beautiful soul. I’ll miss seeing Ray at church but glad he is now at peace with his holy friend.

  16. Condolences to the Allnutt family. My mother was a Mcnabb and a cousin to Ray. I met Ray and his son David, in Newstead and we did Mcnabb history tour of the district.
    Condolences John Dellavedova

  17. Kindly accept our deepest and heartfelt condolences,. RIP Ray, we will miss to walk and breakfasting with in Saturday Walkie Talkie and Sunday Service.

  18. Condolences to Uncle Ray’s family and friends. We remember Uncle Ray’s authentic interest in each of our lives with warm fondness. Thinking of and praying for our extended family.
    Bruce & Naomi Thorne @ Red Cliffs

  19. Jill and I have always found Ray to be one of the nicest gentlemen we have ever met.
    We are sad that he has died but rejoice that he will see God.

  20. My wife Colleen and I met Ray through her Dad – Roy Giesemann some years ago. When we travelled from Adelaide to Frankston to visit Roy he would always pencil in a catchup with Ray. Whether it was coffee and donuts at the Karingal Hub on Friday or a morning tea at his beautiful property. These moments were always a special highlight of our visits. Ray was a true gentleman with a great sense of humour. He was a great friend to Roy. Sending our condolences to Rays family and loved ones at this sad time, he will be sadly missed.

  21. Sending our sincere condolences to a true gentleman Uncle Ray Allnutt. Always was keen to have a chat and tell a story or two..
    RIP Uncle Ray

  22. I look forward to commemorating uncle ray’s life and send condolences to his family – thinking of you all

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *