BANDY William “Bill” JosephPrint
Son of Reg and Nell (both dec)
Much loved father of Nathan and Father in Law to Melanie.
Cherished Pa to Tom and Jack.
Thank you for all the memories Dad.
You will be forever in our thoughts.
May your star shine bright as you watch over us from above.
You will always be “King of the Road”
Funeral NoticeService: Friday October 22, 2021
A Private Funeral Service will be held on
Friday 22nd October at 2.00 pm.
Due to COVID restrictions attendance is by invitation only.
The service will be live-streamed through our website.View Service
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Our heartfelt condolences to Nathan, Joy and families
Our deepest sympathy to you all our thoughts and prayers are with you today love John and Francie and families
Our love and thoughts too Nathan, Mel and boys, Joy and family on the death of Bandy. Dearly loved friend of Maurice and Val Alexander and family. Gone but never forgotten xxx
To Joy and Nathan. Heartfelt sympathy to you and your families. Billy will be missed by many of his old friends from all over Victoria.
Deepest Sympathy to the Family. He was a good Man and a great Police Officer. Rest In Peace Billy
Sincerely. Rob Robertson
Dear Nathan, and family,
So sorry we will miss Bill such a lot!. We will miss his “traffic control” from our front verandah and his various cars in his private parking square in our driveway! Goodbye Old Friend.
Bob and Val Trezise
Sincerest condolences on the loss of a great man. He was one of the last of the “Old School” Coppers and was a great mentor to many junior members (who are now becoming veterans themselves). He will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by many.
Dear Nathan and family
What a beautiful service. You all did your dad proud. He is truly now a star in the sky.
My thoughts are with you. Love to you all.
I am in shock, I just left my old friend a message as I hadn’t heard from him for a while. We were ;planning a trip on my houseboat and tonight I have learnt we have lost him.. He was great man, ;pound for pound the toughest man I ever met. We worked Brawler vans and demonstrations together while at the IPG under Chippy Norton. then later on the Beat at Burke St West.
I was there the night he met Helen, I was at his wedding , he was at mine. One amazing friend and I loved him.
Rest well my old mate
Greg Chandler APM
To all Bills dearly loved family,
Our heartfelt Love to you all.
Bill will always be remembered by our family.
So many treasured memories,.We now reflect on three great mates Bill, Tooley and John, together again, so many stories, we will always cherish.
Helen, John (dec) Bolte and family.
To the family of Bill just watched the service Bill was unique was not one of my men but was in Geelong 1975-81. We bonded and were good mates-he was a great copper. The prick would not come to the Feather Dusters at the Sir Charles Hotham Hotel but I still loved him regards ex D/S/Sgt Greg Moore 16051