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in memory of

Laurie Grant

Laurie Grant

5th April 1931 - 6th July 2021


Laurie passed away peacefully after a valiant battle to stay with us.  

Dearly loved husband and soulmate of Beryl.

Loving father of Ross and Timothy, father in law of Keryn and Tammy.

Very special Pop and Great Pop to all his Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren.


A man who has done his best, has done enough.

Your loving wife Beryl xx


To the best father, mentor and friend.  You blessed us with love, support and wisdom.

Forever in my heart

Ross xx


A brave man, you fought so hard to stay with us.  I am very proud to have had you as my father-in-law.

Love Keryn xx


Pop Laurie, hanging out with the pig trucks at the bacon factory, the MC at our wedding,

the backyard cricket umpire at Dromana. All great memories because you were part of them

You will never be forgotten.

Love Daniel, Jaimee, Jacob, Alexa, Eden and Matilda xx


Pop, one of my earliest memories is sitting on the rocking chair watching a blues game with you.

One of the best memories I have, is you holding Holly for the first time.

You will always be remembered.

Love Will, Aimee and Holly xx


Dad, thank you for giving us a can-do attitude, teaching us to be ourselves,

and showing us we can fix anything, while embracing us with love.


Tim, Tammy & Family xx


Pop, you will be sadly missed and never forgotten.

Love Kristy, Marc, Jesse & your little mate Ollie xx


An Amazing Pop, thanks for the life lessons.

Love Josh and Kate xx


Thanks Pop for being so special to us, we treasure every moment spent with you.

Love Michelle, Dan and Little Peanut xoxo



A service to celebrate Laurie's life will be held in the Church of Christ, Blakeley Road, Castlemaine on

Wednesday (July 14) at 2.00pm.  Following this service we will be leaving for the Castlemaine Cemetery.


Current covid restrictions limit the number of people allowed in the church. 

If numbers exceed 220 people, an external speaker will be placed outside the church, so you may wish to wear clothing for outdoors.


You may decide to watch the service via livestream.  

To do this please return to the home page of this website and click on the livestream button.  

The service will be live approximately 5-10 minutes prior to commencing.

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6 responses to “Laurie Grant”

  1. Lynne Jenkins says:

    Those special memories of you
    Will always bring a smile
    If only I could have you back
    For just a little while
    Then we could sit and talk again
    Just like we used to do
    You always meant the world to me
    And always will to
    The fact that your no longer here
    Will always cause me pain
    But you re forever in my heart
    Until we meet again
    RIP Uncle Laurie

    Lynne Jenkins

  2. Glenn Ford says:

    Deepest condolences to Beryl and families. In earlier days had happy times together.
    Bacon factory, Dromana, bowls and Harris family outings.
    Laurie lived a very full life and enjoyed it.
    Gone but never forgotten.
    Glenn Ford.

  3. Kerry Anderson says:

    RIP Uncle Laurie,
    Such a kind and fun loving man. We treasure the memories.
    Sending our love to Beryl, Ross & Keryn, Tim & Tammy, and families.
    Kerry, Bryce & Elise

  4. Mandy and Paul Marriner says:

    RIP Laurie ❤️ What a wonderful man to have got to know from our visits on bikes and car trips, always welcomed into your family home. Great memories for both of us. Sending love to Beryl, Tim and Tam and your beautiful families. Mandy and Paul ❤️

  5. Fiona Oliver says:

    Our thoughts are with all the family at this sad time. Will miss the ‘hello my dear’ followed by a kiss at the bowls club xx
    A true gentleman x
    love Fiona, Steven & Family ♥️

  6. Anne ( Mulvihill ) Morrisson says:

    Memories of ALL the GRANT family from the MULVIHILL family.
    Our thoughts to you all.
    Special thoughts re the passing of Laurie.
    The Mulvihill family lived next door to the Grants at Barkers Creek for ‘donkeys years’.
    I can remember very clearly when I first came in contact with Laurie (not forgetting I was only a little kid). I felt sure his head met with the kitchen ceiling. So tall !!
    All great memories.
    Denis and I (Anne) are the only members of the Mulvihill family left.
    Kind thoughts always.

Funeral Details

Church of Christ
66 Blakeley Road

14th July 2021 at 2:00 PM

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