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Anthony Walter David Lepper

Anthony Walter David Lepper

25th April 1934 - 13th June 2023


Tony passed away 13.6.23 in Castlemaine.

Beloved husband of Helen for 58 years.

Father of Victoria and David, father in law of Delyth,

Papa of Robert, Alistair, Lewis, Iain and James.


In keeping with Tony’s wishes

a private cremation will be held.


9 responses to “Anthony Walter David Lepper”

  1. Claire Fairs ( née Lepper) and George Fairs says:

    Even though we live on the other side of the globe and met only a handful of times, Uncle Tony has been an important part of my life.
    He always has been in our family prayers and that will not change.
    Sending much love to Auntie Helen, Victoria, David, Delyth, Robert Alastair, Lewis, Iain and James

  2. Elspeth Brinsmead says:

    We are very saddened by the passing of our great friend Tony. You will be missed. Love to Helen and the family.
    The Brinsmead Family

  3. Maurice Lepper says:

    I am saddened to hear of Tony passing away.
    My thoughts and prayers go out to Helen and family.
    Although Tony and I were seperated by age growing up and by our distance geographically, I will always remember the times we did have. We were brothers.
    I will have a mass said for him!
    Eric has prepared this tribute on my behalf.

  4. Janet Richardson says:

    We were sad to learn of Tony’s passing away: another special person has left us.
    Our sympathy and love to Helen and her family.
    Janet Richardson and family

  5. Fran Watson says:

    I have some lovely memories of Uncle Tony visiting us in Canada and hiking through the mountains in Jasper.
    He was always engaged and curious about us, his extended family, and our part of the world.
    I am grateful our families have stayed in touch over the many years.
    My prayers for you all as you walk through this enormous transition.
    – Fran

  6. Matthew Oakey says:

    Dear Helen,
    My thoughts are with you and your family.
    Tony was a wonderful person and will be missed.
    Matthew Oakey

  7. Barbara Anderson says:

    I first met Tony in 1951 – I was 16 and he was a couple of years older I think. We were part of the “Bromley Gang” – all teenagers growing up together having experienced the horrors of the Blitz of London in World War 2.
    We had parties, tennis matches, played golf, had our own hockey team, learned to ballroom dance at Frank and Peggy Spencer’s school of dance (she became famous! on TV here) and went to local dances. And who can forget meeting for coffee in Wilson’s and then on to Morley’s to listen to the latest hit records!!
    We went to each others 21st birthday parties then later to the weddings!!
    It was a wonderful time and the friends we made there lasted throughout our lives – we had a really special bond which all of us value to this day.
    Tony was a very special person and a good friend – he was always kind, ready to listen when you needed advice.
    We have stayed in touch throughout our lives and thanks to BOAC/BA I was able to visit Tony and Helen on several occasions and it was just like the good old days! Rest In Peace dear friend – the world is a poorer place now. xxx
    Helen – my thoughts, prayers and love are with you and the family-.
    Barbara xxx

  8. David Broome says:

    From one of the last Members of “the Gang” who fled to South Africa then to Canada in 1955/56 I send my condolences to the family.
    Just as Barbara has said we grew up in our late teens and early twenties together, Tony was always the one everyone could count on.
    He was just a real ‘straight shooter”, a very patient man, he enjoyed a joke and was always ready to laugh .
    Thanks for the memories, old friend, be at peace.

  9. Ann Ensten says:

    Dear Helen,
    Condolences and love from Ann Ensten.

Funeral Details

A private cremation will be held