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Roy Wallin

Roy Wallin

17th September 1940 - 3rd July 2021


Roy passed away peacefully at St. John of God Hospital on 3rd July, 2021.

He will be missed by his loving wife Mary Wallin, children Sharon Hayes, Michelle Vandenhurk, Peter Wallin, Gavin Wallin and his grandchildren Thomas Hayes, Georgia Hayes, Lisa Vandenhurk, Jessica Riley, Steven Vandenhurk, Ryan Vandenhurk, Jesse Wallin, Ashley Holbrook, Chloe Holbrook.

We have so many happy memories,

You will be forever in our hearts.


A private funeral service was held for Roy on Tuesday 13th July in St Mary's Catholic Church, Castlemaine.

The service has now been placed here for you to watch.

Funeral Livestream


5 responses to “Roy Wallin”

  1. Peter Wallin says:

    RIP DAD you can rest forever now, love Peter and Leanne 👌❤️❤️❤️

  2. Sharon Hayes says:

    RIP Dad. I think you would have loved your send off. We were sad but happy to be together to farewell you. I think Mum was proud of us. Peter and Gavin were blessed by Father, we did have a eulogy, Ryan spoke well, we prayed, we sang the Richmond theme song at the cemetery and went to the bowling club afterwards. Many thanks to Brian Leidle, Lyn and his staff at Mount Alexander Funerals for making a difficult time run so smoothly. Also many thanks to the members of the Campbells Creek Bowling Club especially for their hard work looking after us afterwards.

  3. Michelle Vandenhurk says:

    Dear dad you will always hold a very special place in my heart forever, and you will live on through your grandchildren and great grandchildren .
    Rest in peace now and know we will look after mum for you, Love Michelle

  4. Lisa says:

    Pop you were always so proud of me…saying I’m the number 1 grandchildren. That’s because I was the first grandchild but I loved it. Thank you for all memories. Until me meet again I will make sure Nan and Mum are looked after xx

  5. Ryan Vandenhurk says:

    Pop, I can’t express how much I’m going to miss your cheeky nature and our chats.
    Forever the first to call me on my birthday and always good for a dad joke or two.
    You’ll always hold a special place in my heart and whenever I tell a bad joke to my children and hopefully grandchildren one day, you’ll be there in spirit and I’ll remember you.

Funeral Details

At the request of the family, a private service was held.