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Raymond Allsop

Raymond Allsop

27th August 1952 - 20th July 2021


Ray passed away peacefully on 20th July 2021 in Melbourne, surrounded by his loving family.

He will be dearly missed by his wife Dianne and his children Julia and Phillip.


A funeral service will be held for Ray in St John's Uniting Church, Essendon.

The service will be held on Friday (July 30) at 2.00pm and attendance will be by invitation only.


You may however, wish 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.


In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in memory of Ray to Melbourne City Mission (

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10 responses to “Raymond Allsop”

  1. Hody says:

    Uncle Ray, thanks for treating me like your family when I was in the GC, I cherish the time that I spent with you, Auntie Dianne and Jules so much.

  2. Helen & David Morris says:

    Ray was a faithful & dearly loved Husband, Father & Grandfather .
    We honour him today ❤️
    Sending our best love & sympathies to Di, Phil, Julia & families.
    An Honourable Man. He will be Missed.
    Until ‘that Day’ when we are All United in Christ 💟✝️ Death has lost it’s sting ❤️ Amen

  3. Cindy and Dennis Ansell says:

    Our condolences to Dianne and all the family. RIP Ray. A brave and courageous man. May God comfort you Di at this time. God bless, love Cindy and Dennis Ansell.

  4. Bil Picken says:

    Dear Di and Family,
    We are saddened with the passing of Ray, he was a wonderful and loving husband and a caring father.
    Ray will be missed by the Allsop Family in Sydney.
    God Bless,
    – Bill and Lesley Picken, John and Pam Kinane, John and Annette Allsop and their families

  5. Brett & Sarah (Allsop) Hays says:

    Dear Aunt Di, Phil and Julia,
    We are so deeply saddened by the passing of Uncle Ray.
    He was such a wonderful Uncle and I will forever cherish my time spent with him.
    I only wish my kids could have gotten to know him more.
    I know Uncle Ray is smiling up in heaven, reunited with his loving parents and my dad Colin.
    Love to you all.
    Sending you love and prayers from Kansas City, Missouri USA.
    ~ Sarah, Brett, Cici, Lane & Chase Hays

  6. Dustin, Kathleen (Allsop), Sloane and Sophie Hays says:

    Aunt Di, Phil and Julia,

    We are incredibly saddened of the passing of Uncle Ray.
    Dustin and I are honored to have the memory of him reading at our wedding and feel so blessed to have had that time with him. We hope he is now without pain and enjoying being reunited with his parents and my dad.
    Sending love and prayers.

  7. Maggie Warren says:

    You will be missed dear neighbour & friend. Your ready smile and caring nature brightened this world.
    Love, blessings & support to Di, Julia & Phillip during this sad time.
    Maggie Warren x

  8. Andrew Young says:

    Thanks for lots of good memories.
    You will be remembered.


    I think I can speak for all Ray’s friends from Sydney Boys’s High Class of 1970.
    We will miss a good and decent friend.

  10. Lee Ford says:

    To Di and family, Ray was a lovely man.. Steve and I wished we could of had more to do with he and Di.. absolutely gobsmacked to hear he had passed, he was my age, Ray please say hello to all our relatives in heaven.. love Lee and Steve Ford

Funeral Details

30th July 2021 at 2:00 PM

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