12 Campbell Street, Castlemaine
195 High Street, Kangaroo Flat (Bendigo)
Late of Dimboola and Castlemaine.
Much loved husband of Judith and Dad of Simon.
Always loving and kind,
a true gentleman.
The funeral service for Bill was held in Christ Church Anglican Church, Mostyn Street, Castlemaine
on Saturday 6th August at 2.00pm.
Bill's service was recorded and will be placed here over the following days after his funeral service.
6th August 2022 at 2:00 PM
My condolences to all of Bill’s family.
I found Bill to be an affable and helpful person, always helpful and with wise advice.
His time on this earth will be remembered with appreciation and kindest regards.
– Ken Sleep, Jeparit.
Our Dimboola uncle.
Generous and beloved older brother to Jennifer, whom he dinked to school and taught to read in the chook shed.
A caring, calm and principled man.
Condolences to Judith and Simon.
– Jonathan, Richard, Patrick, Penny & Edward and families.
Our Commiserations to Bill’s family, he was a true Gentleman and knowledgeable man too.
Simon and Mrs. Muntz, it will truly be a great loss to them.
– Donnie and Valerie McGregor
A true gentleman you were Mr Muntz and a man whom I admired and respected highly.
I had the pleasure of working with you and you were a great lawyer who cared about his clients.
Thank you for some of the most enjoyable working years of my life,
you were wonderful to work with and you taught me so much.
R.I.P. Mr Muntz
– Jenny Haebich
Mr Muntz Jnr, my first boss. A very caring, principled man. Condolences to his family.
I have fond memories of my time in his employ.
Aileen Norton (nee Code)
Bill will be remembered as a much respected and admired man in our Dimboola community.
Sincere condolences to Judith and Simon.
Bruce and Fiona Miller
Bill was a valued colleague of everyone at Brown and Proudfoot.
Extremely principled, ethical and kind, he was a mentor and friend.
One of nature’s true gentlemen, Bill was respected and admired by all.
Our deepest sympathy to Judith and Simon.
– Ted and Janette McCabe
Bill was a highly respected and true Gentleman.
Deepest Sympathy to Judith and Simon.
– Glenys & John Schneider
Our sincere condolences to Judith and Simon on the passing of Bill who was a true gentleman.
– Carol and Rod Hadfield
We are so shocked to read of Bills passing.
Our thoughts are with you Judith and Simon at this very sad time.
Love and hugs from
– Ian Braybrook and Marilyn Bennet OAM
So very sorry for your loss Simon Will be thinking of you this week.
– Laura and Ron San Giovanni
Bill, you were one of kind.
A man of great integrity and a true friend, not to be forgotten.
Our sympathy to Judith and Simon.
– Bill and Lyle Fechner
Dear Judith and Simon,
our heartfelt sympathy to you both on the loss of your loving husband and father.
Thinking of you both during this time and drawing on our memories of him as a kind and gentle man .
All our love.
– Sharon Dodd & Anita Chennell
My deepest sympathy to you Judith and Simon on this very sad moment in time.
– Patricia Higgins
Our deepest sympathy to Judith and Simon on the loss of your husband and father Bill.
Our thoughts are with you both at this sad time.
A true gentleman.
– John and Pauline Taylor
Bill Muntz was a highly respected and admired man by all his clients and the whole of the Dimboola community, and of whom I had the pleasure of working with for many years…you were a mentor, boss and friend and a true Gentleman.
Deepest Sympathy to Judith and Simon our thoughts are with you both at this very sad time.
– Heather and Basil Jorgensen
Thinking of you Judith and Simon at this sad time.
A very kind, caring man now at rest.
– Basil, Leila O’Connor and family.
A dear Dimboola friend.
Our Wilson and Martindale families left the town many years ago. And so too did their special friends – your Muntz and Jackman families.
But we are all firmly linked together by a shared history of strong friendships formed in Dimboola over many decades. Eventful years.
Judith and Simon – you will certainly be surrounded by a loving (though virtual) congregation on Saturday – please know that Nerida and I will also be sharing your day with so many others, sending fond love and best wishes for the happiest of memories of dear Bill.
– Marjie Wilson (Brighton)
One of my school mates. Always remembered Bill for his birthday in August.
Thinking of you Judith and Simon.
– Kneller Lehmann
I am grateful for the many years I knew Bill in Castlemaine. He was helpful, always kind and friendly.
Condolences to you Judith and Simon, as I thank you for the streaming.
I will join your Dimboola friends of decades.
– Carol McDonough
Our deepest sympathy to Judith and Simon on the loss of Bill. I have great memories of my employ at Muntz & Maroney.
Always kind and caring, a true Gentleman.
– Jan (Clark) and Paul
I was very privileged to work with Bill for many years and he was always a kind, supportive man whom I greatly respected.
He was a true gentleman who I held in such high regard. He will be sadly missed.
Our thoughts and sympathy are with Judith & Simon at this difficult time.
– Michelle & Craig Morgan and family
Mr Muntz was not only my employer (many years ago) but also a very caring gentleman and will not be forgotten.
I learnt a lot from him and enjoyed working with him.
Our condolences to Judith and Simon at this sad time, please know that our thoughts are with you.
– Jo and Neville Hornby
Cousin Bill was a loved member of our family.
Sympathy to Judith and Simon.
– Jill Walsgott
A beautiful service in celebration of Uncle Bill’s life!
Sending our love to AJ and Simon at this sad time.
Much love Kim, Kev, Lilias & Maisie
Well Mr Muntz that was what I called you … you where always there for us.
True gentleman in many ways.
Judith and Simon my deepest sympathy.
from Carole Strauss.
Mr Muntz. A Very well respected gentleman and Dimboola citizen.
Thoughts with Simon and Mrs Muntz.
Bill was a highly respected gentleman in our enclave.
Our condolences to Judith and Simon at this very sad time.
– Shanahan family
Bill, one of lifes true gentlemen, you will be sadly missed. You were a loved and valued friend of John and mine and our church community. You always had positive words of encouragement to me especially in admiration of the flower arrangements. John really loved the times working together renovating the church office and you were not afraid of hard manual work. I have memories of you helping dig the trench for the retaining wall that surrounded it as well as many others.
May you rest in peace.
Deepest sympathy to Judith & Simon. 🙏💕
My condolences to the Muntz family.
Thinking if you all at this time.
– Helena Croser
Such man of integrity, deeply thoughtful, engaged in life and with people, well-read and compassionate.
It was an honour to be your friend at church, an honour to work with you at Ellery.
A supporter of ACF, you always asked after Josh’s work there, a man interested in education and reading, you always asked after Abigail’s reading and education journey.
I will miss you.
There is no one like you.
Sympathy to Judith and Simon
– Danni Moore
Condolences to Simon & gorgeous Judith.
May Bill fly to heaven enter the gates of heaven as the gentleman as I knew him.
R.I.P. Edward William (Bill) Muntz
– Fiona Murphy