12 Campbell Street, Castlemaine
195 High Street, Kangaroo Flat (Bendigo)
Born 10th April 1939 in Kerang.
Passed away at his beloved Taradale, Saturday 28th May 2022.
Requiem Funeral Mass to celebrate Peter's life will be offered in
Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church, 53 Ebden Street, Kyneton
on Wednesday 15th June commencing at 11.00am.
Following Mass the cortege will leave for the Taradale Cemetery.
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15th June 2022 at 11:00 AM
Fond memories of our days at Assumption College and lunches at the London Tavern.
Deepest sympathy to his family.
– Des Walsh
Treasured memories of Peter.
From the Symes family.
Sorry to hear of “Blood’s passing .
Happy memories of days at ACK.
– Wally Connors
On behalf of my Dad, Michael Fogarty and also Mick Monogue, condolences and they both have fond memories of Peter and the old days of Assumption.
So sorry to read of the passing of my dear cousin Peter many fond memories of our times over the years.
– Wilma McIntyre
Peter was a real man of the land and a true farmer for ever. Good bye Peter and our sympathy to his family.
So sorry to hear of Peters passing.
He was a good friend to my father John Stone especially these last few years as dads dementia was becoming more acute.
Best wishes to all the family.
– John and Tony Stone.
Our love and sympathy to the family thinking of you all at this time.
Fond memories and close friend to Della and Bernie Noonan and families in Wagga.
– Sharyn Wellham
We celebrate a dear friend Father’s Life.
We stand with Open Heart and join in Spirit on this Sacred Day .
Love Pia Ma , Kathleen, Rebecca, Imagen, Conna , Doris , Kaye Frank Sean , Cara and Adi.
I’m glad you went out on your own terms on your little farm with your sheep.
You aways said you were happiest driving.
I’ll be singing a song at church for you today.
R.I.P. Dad, love Michael
No more Tall Tales of Quambatook.
Rest in peace old mate.
– Peter Mellor