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17 comments on “Tim Karanges”

  1. What a beautiful and touching service for a beautiful soul who obviously touched so many people’s lives. Tim seemed to be already in that peaceful place amongst the butterflies. I got to know Tim for a week when I came over from England to stay with you Jan in the late 1980’s but I do remember him well, with the cats and coming home from playing tennis. I would have loved to have got to know him better but today I’m so glad that I now do. With love. Cousin Joyce and family. xx

  2. What a beautiful and touching service for a beautiful soul who obviously touched so many people’s lives. Tim seemed to be already in that peaceful place amongst the butterflies. I got to know Tim for a week when I came over from England to stay with you Jan in the late 1980’s but I do remember him well, with the cats and coming home from playing tennis. I would have loved to have got to know him better but today I’m so glad that I now do. With love. Cousin Joyce and family. xx

  3. An extremely moving ceremony arranged to perfection. Cameron’s tribute was very brave and composed. Tim’s coffin was a fantastic choice, I can imagine his smile. I found it hard having to watch it from afar but pleased that technology let me. Jan – you did Tim proud! Love you heaps. Nite, nite Uncle Bear xxx Sis

  4. Thank you for sharing Tim’s moving service. A wonderful choice of music and photos to “send him forward with love”. His colourful coffin was beautiful and tranquil and Cameron’s tribute was awesome.

    Our thoughts are with you Aunty Jan, Matthew and family. Sending loads of love and enormous virtual bear hugs to you all, Justine and Sean xx

  5. My condolences to all of Tim’s family and those who met Tim during his lifetime. May the spiritual group continue Tim’s journey of the soul. Tim was a mentor and guiding light to Cameron and myself.
    Thanks for everything Tim, and we will see you on the other side.

    Matt

  6. An honour to learn more of Tim’s interesting and challenging life.
    Such a privilege to celebrate all that he was, to those whose lives he deeply touched.
    The Tim’s Spiritual Journey group, will always hold him in fond memory.
    The music chosen for the service, will forever bring back special memories of our dear Tim.

    ‘Deep Peace of the Son of Peace’ to Janet and the many family and friends, who miss Tim so much.

    Catherine Jones.

  7. RIP Uncle Tim
    A True Inspiration and guiding light from as far back as I can remember.

    Condolences to Jan & Mathew.
    Georgie

  8. That was a lovely service for Tim. It gave an excellent view of his outlook on life and his way of handling those traumas that we are sent. A very kind man of very good graces. I especially liked the photos of him with the cats. They obviously adored him.
    Steve & Denise Nethercote

  9. It was an interesting service, spiritual but not religious, which I think sums up Tim. I am already missing the long and interesting phone calls we used to have, mainly talking about spiritual matters. He certainly was interested in near death experiences. In fact, I first met him at Victoriands, where that was the main concern. His spiritual group at U3A was interesting. I only went once, but he has put me in touch with their email group – a lasting legacy. I hope Tim does find fulfillment in whatever follows.

  10. A most beautiful service, Jan, the coffin is amazing, Tim will love it!! We miss him so much, and are comforted by knowing he is in a peaceful, sacred place.
    Love and thoughts,
    Judy xoxoxo

  11. Hi Janet and Family, My name is Bruce Stevenson, I attended Kew Primary School and Swinburne Technical School and was in a grade lower than Tim. I remember Tim vividly and always knew him as Timothy. I thus haven’t seen him since the early 1960’s. Please accept my sincere condolences. Regards, Bruce.

  12. My deepest sympathy Jan. Thank you for the privilege to be part of Tim’s service, he was a special friend and a beautiful soul and will be missed so much. My best wishes to you Jan love Maria xo

  13. Thank you for the privilege to view the funeral for Tim. He was the tutor and leader of our group which we have renamed it after him now known as “Tims spiritual journey group “. He guided us with his love and knowledge of many spiritual stories and experiences. He was respected and loved by many within the group

    Jan Burnett

  14. Jan, I have not seen Tim since Stella (his sister) died. Stella was one of my best friends.
    Sorry that he has passed away.
    please accept my sincere sympathy. Irene xx

  15. Thank you for sharing Tim’s service with us (U3A). Paul passed 20 September, 2020. I messaged Tim and told him that Paul would be waiting for him. Paul and I loved getting to know Tim and share discussions with him and our class with regard to life after this one and the spiritual nature of our being. Best Wishes to you Jan as we go on in life without our Loved Ones. Lynda oxox

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