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12 comments on “Stuart Warmington”

  1. Our family moved into an old home down the Maling Rd end of Scott St in 1988, and I fondly recall both Rae and Stuart stopping to have a chat with a natural warmth and genuine interest many times. We lived there for 30 years. I continue to utilise “Visions of A Village” for historical research and greatly value the artistic efforts of Stuart and Don’s work also. Lovely happy memories thank you, and our sincere condolences to the Warmington family.

  2. The ceremony portrayed perfectly what a much-loved, talented, and accomplished man he was.
    Well done!
    ( Stuart was my mother’s cousin…….she and her two sisters(Mollie, Betty and Doris Adamson )were very close to the Warmington boys in their youth)

  3. A beautiful service to a remarkable man. It was nice to hear the tributes and see the faces behind the names Mum often talked about.

  4. A beautiful service for Stuart. Thoroughly heartfelt and a fitting tribute. We will miss him very much – Nikki and the Pottery group at Basscare Canterbury.

  5. We feel privileged to have known Stuart and really enjoyed his friendship, his humour, his wisdom and occasional eccentricities ( spoon AND fork for dessert please!). Our lives in Melbourne wouldn’t have been the same without Stuart and Rae. Nothing but warm memories. Love to you all. Pauline and Grant

  6. As a newly graduated architect, I worked with Stuart in the office of Winston Hall Associates in South Yarra from January to June 1967. We were developing a series of new standardised service stations for Mobil Oil, re-branding them as a modern company, and featuring circular pumps and pleated metal Christ-Janer canopies. It was pleasure and a privilege to work with Stuart and the rest of our team, under the direction of Stuart Winston Hall and his wife Elizabeth. One of my most enduring memories of that time is of Elizabeth telling her husband that one of his directions to us was silly, and she made him change his mind. I eventually left when the work dried up and lost track of Stuart after that, but I have never forgotten him. God bless you, Stuart, and my deepest sympathy to your family.

  7. A truly lovely tribute, Stuart was obviously very loved.
    I think of him fondly when I see his paintings hanging pride of place at Mum and Dad’s house. He was an incredibly talented artist.
    I hope that whatever comes next Stuart is able to have a wonderful catch up with Grandpa Ian, after such a long time apart.

    Sending lots of love

  8. A wonderful tribute to the life of a lovely man. He will be sadly missed by all who loved and admired him. His personality shone through all of the reminiscences and tributes. The photographs brought back many memories.
    From one of the New Zealand contingent who can’t be there.
    Peter Woodroffe

  9. Dear Robina, Sally, Tim ,Annabel,

    What a wonderful, moving, loving, farewell to Stuart.

    So sorry for not be able to be with you but you are all in my heart.

    Adieu Stuart,

    Your friend Edgard.

  10. The funeral was a beautiful tribute to a man I did not know, from a friend of Annabel’s (Bela) paying my respects.

  11. We will miss Stuart, miss his wonderful family and we love you all.
    From all Elders at Trinity Manor – Merle, Stan, Margaret, Pam and Connie, plus Jessie!

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