The Funeral Service

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22 comments on “Raymond Rees”

  1. Dear Bev and John. It has been my privilege and honour to have known your father, Ray and your mother, Darda, for 70 years since our Christmas holidays at Pialba. I’m glad that I was able to visit Ray for the last time in 2019. My loving memory of Ray will last forever. John Harris

  2. Hi to Bev & John and all their families. What a wonderful tribute to Uncle Ray. A very much loved and cherished man. Even though we were not allowed to travel interstate because of Covid, It was so good to be able to watch online. Thinking of you all.

  3. HI Bev and Bernie

    Enjoyed the service .Your father was a man to be admired and one you are no doubt really proud of .

  4. What a beautiful service to honour your Dad and Grandpa. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Bev, Bernie and family.
    With love from Heidi, Ashley, Callum and Michael

  5. Dear Bev and Bernie and family. We are thinking of you after watching the lovely service for your much loved father. May God bless you all in this time of grief. Much love Dawn and Andrew Meager

  6. Dear Bev and John and the whole extended Rees family, thank you for the opportunity to join in the service with you, albeit it from half way around the world in San Diego. Ray was such a lovely person. With our sincere sympathy and much love, Lyn (John’s sister-in-law) and husband Bill.

  7. Ray Rees – one of God’s faithful servants.
    The Synod of VicTas Lay Preachers’ Association acknowledges the extensive and faithful service of Ray to his Lord and Saviour,Jesus Christ.
    Ray gave his life to Christ in Maryborough Qld and became a Lay Preacher in Wangaratta Vic. He preached widely but was also involved in so many facets of church life. He was Secretary of the Lay Preachers’ Association from 1962-1972, and then President in 1975.
    He is with his Lord and leaves us with beautiful memories.

  8. What a wonderful service. He would be smiling down on you. Thankyou for giving me the opportunity to be part of it. Sending my love to everyone

  9. Deepest sympathy to Bev, John and extended families. Uncle Ray and Aunty Dard were a central part of my parents’ lives, especially my father Peter. Uncle Ray was best man for my Dad – they were great mates.

    My brother John and I have fantastic memories of visiting the Rees’ at Seaford – a summer tradition for the Lancaster family.

    Uncle Ray was a wonderful man.

    Rob and John Lancaster and families

  10. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and the family, as you deal with this great loss, being consoled only by the fact that he is now at peace with God and other loved ones.
    Elizabeth and Michael Vassallo

  11. My condolences Bev and John to you and your families. I have such fond memories of (Great) Uncle Ray. I was saddened by not being able to attend the service in person given the current difficulties travelling interstate, so am so grateful for being able to watch it online from Canberra. It was such a beautiful service, so many wonderful memories. Rest in peace Uncle Ray.
    Tracy xo

  12. Bev, It was a privilege to share with you and your family in the funeral service of your Dad. His love for the Lord was a very important part of his life and we are sure he is now with his Lord for ever. My prayers continue for you all.

  13. Wonderful service. Glad that we could be part of it.
    Our thoughts and prayers remain with you, Bev, Bernie and family.

    Glenda and Neville

  14. Dear Bev and John and families, sincere condolences on the loss of Ray. I offer you my thoughts and prayers during this time.

  15. Deepest sympathy to Bev & Bernie and family. A much loved and adored father who served the Lord faithfully in his life and ministry.

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