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12 Campbell Street, Castlemaine

195 High Street, Kangaroo Flat (Bendigo)

in memory of

Barry Robert Singleton

Barry Robert Singleton

1st October 1938 - 8th June 2024

 

Potter and teacher extraordinaire

 

Barry passed away peacefully after loving goodbyes, now reunited with Beverley, beloved wife of 62 years.

Cherished father of Cameron and Kirsti.

Loved father in law of Heather and Jeff.

Treasured Pa to Daniel, Michael, Caitlin, Brydie and Aaron,

Pa in law to Lorrae, Emma and Madi.

Adored Pa to great grandchildren

Zoey, Archer, Zayne, Beau, Arlo and Pearl.

 

Many thanks to all the doctors and nurses for their care and kindness.

 

Family and friends are invited to attend Barry's funeral service

 to be held in the Chapel of Mount Alexander Funerals, 
12 Campbell Street, Castlemaine on Wednesday 19th June commencing at 2.00pm.

Following this service the cortege will leave for the Castlemaine Cemetery.

 

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13 responses to “Barry Robert Singleton”

  1. Lynsey Anderson says:

    Our sincere and heartfelt condolences to Cameron, Kirsti and all of the family on the passing of lovely Barry.
    He was a true gentleman in every sense and we cared for him deeply.
    He was always a calm, warm and comforting presence at ‘Dig’, sitting contentedly with his cappuccino, reading his latest book.
    He will be greatly missed.
    With love from Lynsey and Robyn xxx

  2. Jeanie kendall says:

    Condolences to you Kirsti and your family.
    Remembering Barry …
    Love sent 💟
    Jeanie Kendall

  3. Wendy Oates (Oatesy) says:

    Remembering Barry’s wonderful chats, helpful hints and shared lunches at our little Wednesday Art Club.
    A true teacher and a very fine gentleman.
    Sympathy to his much loved family.
    R.I.P.
    Wendy Oates (Oatesy)

  4. Wendy Hayes says:

    Condolences to family and all who loved Mr Singleton.
    The best art teacher Castlemaine Tech ever had.
    Wendy Hayes

  5. Andrew Kean says:

    I have very fond memories of Barry ‘trying’ to teach us ceramics, back in the 1980s, he also gave me my grounding/introduction to Art History.
    Barry got along well with his students and other teachers, he was highly regarded, admired and respected by most.
    Generations of students have been inspired and influenced by this talented craftsman.
    Condolences to the family and friends.
    Andrew Kean

  6. Anne Neath says:

    A searcher, a giver and somebody who lived a wonderful life. Love to Barry’s adored family. A trusted, kind friend who will be missed by many.
    Anne Neath xxx

  7. Elizabeth Geddes says:

    Memories of my cousin Barry.
    My father Jim Allan was an early mentor to Barry and a major influence on Barry’s creative career.
    My mother was the youngest sibling of Bill, Barry’s father. I am the proud owner of some of Barry’s pots.
    R.I.P. Barry reunited with his dear Bev.
    My sympathy to the entire family.
    Lizzie Geddes (nee Allan)

  8. John Eagle says:

    Thank you Barry, happy times and great memories.
    John Eagle

  9. Daryl Gale says:

    Condolences to Barry’s family.
    A well remembered teacher who was a go to for a chat about not only school but also growing up right.
    Also influential and successful Wesley Hill junior footy coach late 60’s early 70’s – once again not only footy but influenced important growing up years – thanks Baz.
    Daryl Gale

  10. Gerlinde Binning says:

    My sincere condolences to Cameron, Kirsti and your Families.
    Remembering Barry and Bev over many years, enjoying their hospitality and friendship,
    Travelling on many trips from Bhutan to Berlin and walking in National parks and Beaches.
    He will be missed
    Gerlinde Binning

  11. Isabelle Kawai Vincent (Joy Wright) says:

    “Less is more” your artistic advice still holds value, Barry. Thank you for everything.
    Isabelle Kawai Vincent (Joy Wright)

  12. Malcolm Cooke says:

    Sadly missed my great friend, teacher and mentor.
    Malcolm Cooke

  13. Christyn Passalaqua says:

    What an amazing service!
    And perhaps “The Dash” reading has influenced me to give me that push to follow my creative side.
    I remember my sister Tammy coming home from school and telling us what fun she had in ceramics.
    Such a wonderful influence for so many.
    Christyn Passalaqua

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Chapel of Mount Alexander Funerals
12 Campbell Street
Castlemaine

19th June 2024 at 2:00 PM

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