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in memory of

Ronald Leversha

Ronald Leversha

6th February 1976 - 21st February 2021


Ron passed away suddenly on Sunday 21st February 2021, aged 45 years.
He was in the company of his dear friends in his beloved Aussie bush.
Cherished son of Janet and Andrew, brother of William and Lisa, uncle of Jack and Ella, brother in law of Caitlyn.


A Military Funeral will be held for Ron at Puckapunyal Memorial Chapel, Nadzab Road, Puckapunyal

on Tuesday (March 9) commencing at 10.30am.  If you wish to attend this service we ask that you

please register your name with Mount Alexander Funerals on 5470 5951.


We are now intending to live stream Ron's funeral service, however because of the remote location, the internet may drop out at any time.  We will therefore also be recording the service, and will place it on this tribute page on Thursday.  

To watch the live stream, please return to the home page of this website and click on the live stream button.  

The service will be live at approximately 10.25am.


A burial service will be held at the Harcourt Cemetery later in the day at 3.00pm.

Funeral Livestream


11 responses to “Ronald Leversha”

  1. Leisa Lockhead says:

    Time will never fade the memories of you.

    You have touched our lives in so many ways that it is impossible to ever forget you.

    Rest In Peace Ron.

  2. Helen Whiteley says:

    To hear of one of my students dying so young seriously saddens me.
    What a great young lad he was.
    The promise of a good life ahead could be predicted then.
    To his family I express my sincere condolences.
    Helen Whiteley, retired – D. P. S,

  3. Barbara Templar says:

    RSL CASTLEMAINE wish to extend their sympathy to Rons’ family.

    On Behalf of President & Members

    R.I.P. Ron

  4. Sue and Neil Glenn says:

    Our most sincere and deepest condolences to Andy and Janet (and families) on the sudden and unexpected passing of Ronald.
    He was a great mate to our younger son Adam through Darley Primary School, which we appreciated so much.

    He always demonstrated a great set of personal values, honesty, sincerity and humility, with a dash of humour at the appropriate times and our wider community will be much diminished by his untimely passing.

    Our thoughts are with all of the Leversha family at this most difficult time.

    – Sue and Neil Glenn

  5. Sandra Morris says:

    Our heartfelt thoughts are with you Andy, Jan and Family on the passing of Ronald.
    It seems like only yesterday we remember this gorgeous little boy having fun jumping on the trampoline at Keysborough.
    – Fond Memories
    Graeme and Sandra

  6. Travis Maylin says:

    Ron, I have had the extreme pleasure of knowing you, and the pleasure of serving beside you. Many a drink has flowed, and footy game watched. You will always live on as one of the good ones my friend, always in my thoughts! Ubique

  7. Christopher Minix says:

    Ron, thanks for being a great friend.
    I enjoyed getting to know you while you were here in America.
    Thank you for always being the nice spirited genuine person you are.
    Will always remember you as a true friend.

    – Christopher Minix

  8. Melissa Robertshaw says:

    Ron, you were loved and will be missed.
    I’m thankful for the years we had together as our ‘Gathering Family’ ….. no truer friends.
    Thank you for the laughs, adventures, flaming arrows, Oktoberfest dancing and forgetting to put the food on whenever we came to visit 😏.
    Your smile will always be missed but we know you are here with us in spirit.
    We love you.

    Melissa, Tony, Ryland & Indiya. 💔

  9. Steve Sharpe says:

    I only knew Ron for 6 months but I am glad I had the opportunity.
    He was an absolute pleasure to work with, being exceptionally considerate, thoughtful and funny.
    I am glad that so many people were able to mark his life today; a testament to the man Ron was.
    My thoughts go to his family, friends and colleagues.

    He will be greatly missed.
    – Steve Sharpe

  10. Tamara Wharton says:

    Ron, you were a great friend, who showed that there were true and honest gentleman out there in the world. You’re zest for the great outdoors, the proud way you wore your uniform for the Australian Army, being the best mate, family member are all things that I will remember you for.
    You are so sorely missed and there is a void in our hearts now that you have left us all.
    You will live on forever in our memories and hearts.
    Love you mate!

    – Tamara Wharton

  11. Shanda Woolf-Ellsworth says:

    Ron you were such a good person and everyone truly loved you.
    I will never forget the tequila night or the food I brought you to try, and you were always so appreciative.
    I hope you smile down on all of us, and never forget how special you were to all you graced your presence with.

    – Shanda Woolf-Ellsworth

Funeral Details

9th March 2021 at 10:30 AM