WILLIAMS, Walter Henry ‘Wally’

10.12.1938 – 08.06.2021, aged 82 years.

Passed peacefully at Bendigo. Late of Vaughan.

A Graveside Service for Wally will be held on Friday 18th June, 2021 commencing at 1-30pm at the Vaughan Cemetery.

4 Comments on “WILLIAMS, Walter Henry ‘Wally’

  1. R.I.P Walter fly high you will be sorely missed you were a good friend and sole mate great memories you maybe gone never forgotten always in my heart 💕💕🙏

  2. Vale Wally. You were like a second father to me and I’ll miss your laughter and companionship
    Your Niece,
    Linda Bruce

  3. Uncle Wal sorry that the Bruce’s couldn’t be there Bloody COVID your sister my Mum will sadly Miss you as with all of us you were the best and have great fond memories as we were growing up and the things our family’s did together you were the Mr fix it and had the best happy go lucky personality that I will never forget I am so glad I got to see you only recently with your good mate Neville and some of yours and my family
    Until we meet again uncle wal upstairs

  4. This was meant to be read out at the funeral. Not received in time.

    My visits to my brother was
    great fun.
    We worked in his rose garden, tramped over the hills to find where Grandpa and Grandma Williams had their farm house.
    There were still a few bulbs that were flowering where the house used to be.
    I dug up a Belladonna bulb to take home and plant in my garden.

    The other joy for me, was going down to the Mineral Springs
    to see the trees, and go to see the old swimming pool and the spillway
    Even had a picnic in the Rotunda.

    These were the times Wally was putting together the little red train.
    He used to ride on it when he was a young fellow, when he was up on holidays with his dad.

    Thursdays was always lunch at Subway, grocery shopping, a meal at his favourite pub, then off to Band Practice.

    He loved getting the old house up to scratch with new fly screens that had never been put in, and made them to fit all windows.
    Painting, varnishing all doors, repairing sheds that lent in the wind.
    Very handy with his hands, and could repair most things that did not work.

    Loved his time in Thompson’s Brass band, and being lead Cornet player.

    Loved sitting in front of the open fire with “Meow’ on his lap.

    Sorry I could not be there today to say ‘Goodbye’.
    Say ‘Hello’ to our father, love Wendy

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