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  1. Uncle Terry always had a joke and a smile, no matter what. I loved receiving his witty emails and cards over the years. I always looked forward to seeing them when they came over to the UK. They always packed so much into their visits.

    Thank you Sue-Anne for all you have done, and continue to do for Uncle Terry & Auntie Brenda. It was lovely to feel a part of the service and put faces to names.

    Rest in peace Uncle; I’ll miss you
    Julia, Mark, Rachel & Jac xxxx

  2. I remember how exciting it was, as a child, when Uncle Terry and Auntie Brenda came to the UK on one of their trips. Uncle Terry always had a magic trick or some jokes to entertain us. I was so lucky to be able to spend time with them when I travelled to Australia in 1997. I was so well looked after and shown the local attractions. After I emigrated to New Zealand, we managed to meet up on two separate occasions when their cruise ship called in to the Bay of Islands and we were able to show them around. My children immediately took a shine to Great Uncle Terry, and Rhys was able to impress him with a card trick of his own. We talked of plans to go over to Melbourne again, but sadly this didn’t eventuate. We will miss you, Unc, but we are thankful for such happy memories. Love from Chris, Kirsten, Rhys, Sofie and Imogen xxx

  3. My condolences to Brenda and family.
    A fellow bass singer with Terry, I enjoyed listening to his deep dulcet tones, his great sense of humour, and wise words of advice.
    A friend , who I will miss.
    Farewell Terry.
    Graham Johnson.

  4. Dear Terry,

    May you rest in peace and enjoy the great bowls club in the sky.

    Thank you Sue-Anne for the lovely service and for making it accessible to those that were unable to attend in person.

    Much love from Tracy Smith in Brisbane (Cousin Gordon’s daughter and one-time Horam resident)

  5. Dearest Uncle Terry, you will be forever in our hearts and thoughts. I will miss our emails. You looked after my lovely Aunt with such strength and devotion. Rest in Peace. Such a lovely service for a special man.

  6. Uncle Ted gave me some great memories on my regular visits to Australia with the Grand Prix teams I worked for and would regularly spend a couple of weeks holiday with him and Auntie Bren after the race. We played tennis together along with Steve, he was my best man at my wedding as I got married in Australia and we spent many good times together. He is now reunited with his mum and dad my Nan and grandad. RIP mate and see you again one day nephew

  7. Uncle Terry, a true gentleman, kind and thoughtful, may you rest in peace. Loving thoughts to Aunty Brenda x
    Paul (Plymouth, UK, my Dad was Aunty Brenda’s older brother

  8. A beautiful service of a life well lived.
    My condolences to the family, Terry will be greatly missed.

    Mike Bindon former Melbourneair now living in the UK

  9. Dear Terry,
    As a fellow bass member with the Melbournaires, I will miss your companionship on the risers and your dry but inciteful sense of humour. I feel honoured to have known you.
    Chris Hudnott

  10. My sincere condolences to Brenda and Family on Terry’s sad passing.

    Terry and I were fellow Basses with the Melbournaires and shared many good times together on and off the risers. I will miss his friendly smile, his warmth and of course his good humour.

    Farewell Terry and “May the wind be always at you back”,

  11. Such beautiful tributes and stories of Uncle Terry. I am so pleased to have been able to feel part of the service by watching from the UK. So lovely to hear of the many friends Uncle had, and the varied life he led. A kind and caring gentle man to all whom he met. I shall miss him greatly, and those witty emails. Rest in peace Uncle. Much Love Karen <3 <3 xxxx

  12. A really nice service and celebration of Terry’s life. Thankyou to Sue-Ann for the orgaisation and allowing us his cousins to be part of it.

  13. A beautiful service full of lots of happy memories of a very special man. You certainly lived life to the full, Terry and will be so missed.

    Rest in peace.

    Manda x

  14. What a beautiful tribute to my dear brother. It was a privilege to be part of his service. Thank you to Sue-Anne too

  15. Uncle Terry,

    Thank you for always making me giggle and being so interested in our lives in the UK. Although you and Auntie Bren lived so far away, it never felt that way when we got to see you. I would always be so excited knowing you were coming to visit.

    I will remember you always. I’m so glad you got to see a picture of my baby boy, Ernie.

    Love you always. Say hello to mum.


  16. A lovely service thank you to Sue -Anne for organising such a fitting tribute to my Uncle …Jayne James and all the family xxxxx

  17. Dear Terry,

    (Neddy Jim) A friend for many years and I will miss our chats. Rest in peace Jim.

    Brian, (Neddy Jim 2)

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