BINDER Maxwell JeffreyPrint
Funeral NoticeService: Friday July 16, 2021
Family and friends are invited to attend a Funeral Service for
Mr. Maxwell Jeffrey (Jeff) Binder
To be held in our Chapel, Cnr High St and Murradoc Rd, Drysdale.
On Friday, July 16 at 11.00 am.
Followed by burial at Drysdale Cemetery.
COVID restrictions apply
Jeff's service will be live-streamed through our website.View Service
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Sincere condolences to Beryl and family on the passing of Jeff,who was an inspirational influence on our journey in Rotary
Ian & Helen Weekley
A wonderful man who will be remembered by The Cumming family from North Shore Primary School days.
Condolences to aunt Bess and all the family on the passing of uncle Jeff. A long and distinguished career as an educator and mentor to many. Amazing linguistic skills and command of the English language either factual or while spinning a Furphy. A teller of wonderful family story’s of times gone by, always delivered in a captivating humorous manner with a straight face and nearly always ending in a laugh at someones expense. An avid collector, restorer and admirer of historical machinery and a true and loyal family man who was much respected by all the cousins. Jeff was an outstanding gentleman and a bloody good all round bloke respected and much loved by us all. I Still recall … “Now Rodney you little shit”….” Who’s your favorite Uncle”. Yeah he had a way with words. Much love and respect.
To Beryl and family.Sincere condolences on the passing of Jeff.R.I.P. Tony Drayton ( postie) and neighbour of GB and Judy.
Our sincere condolences and sympathy to Beryl and all the families. It was a privilege to have come to know Jeff through this beautiful granddaughter Tori. His smile, humour and many stories he told us will always be treasured memories for us to keep. Jeff was a true gentleman in every sense of the word and will be sadly missed by many.
Love to all
Julie and Bob Edmonds
Gentlemen,what a lovely man Jeff was
Always there to help so many people throughout his life,generous,caring,and loved his family very much
Will be sadly missed
Condolences to Beryl,MickTerry,Lynda,Tory and Judd and family ❤️
Deepest sympathy to the Binder family on the passing of Jeff. Fond memories of a very engaging, interesting and knowledgeable man. Vicki and Wazza
A dear friend, a character and gentleman with a life full of adventures, endearing stories and friendship. The greatest people leave the biggest memories- and heaven just gained its best mate. All our love to Beryl and the family. His love for all of you was echoed in every conversation. Go get em Mr. Binder ❤️
Love Travis Kirsten Montanna Jesse and Lochie
A well esteemed member of the International Harvester Club of Australia Inc.
Jeff and Beryl were both great supporters of the club for a period of ten years. Jeff was Secretary for the club for five years.
Rest in peace now Jeff, you will be greatly missed.
One of natures true gentlemen, we will miss our phone conversations Jeff.
Leaving us with fond memories of a man who loved his family and tractors.
Our thoughts are with you Beryl and family .
Keith and Marilyn Cowland
I remembers Jeff as a genuine bloke, a great communicator who enjoyed a joke & could mix with anyone. He was highly respected as a principal in the Geelong area and was incredibly skilled with his hands.
Condolences to all at this sad time.
Sending much love to you Aunty Beryl and all your family. Uncle Jeff was always top of the Favourite Uncle list and it was important to remind him of that. He will be fondly remembered.
To dear Beryl and all the Binder Family,
We were very sorry, and sad to hear of Jeff’s passing. It was a privilege to have met and known Jeff. That wicked cheeky smile and classic sense of humour will be sadly missed. What a wonderful man, and one of life’s true Gentleman Jeff was.
It was a beautiful service for a legend of a man and we were very sorry we weren’t able to attend and support you all
Much love, hugs and kisses
Jack and Janet Stuart ❤
Dear Beryl and family, I first met Jeff some 41 years ago when I joined the staff of the then City of South Barwon, I soon found out that he was a great fellow and an excellent Councillor. Jeff and yourself sincerely welcomed my late wife, Marj and I into the South Barwon group where we all enjoyed many happy times. Today whilst watching Jeff’s funeral stream, I experienced a truly wonderful appreciation of his long life with his many achievements in his work, community service and above all his deep love for you and your family. His outstanding life on this earth will long be fondly remembered by huge numbers of his fellow human beings. Jeff Rest In Peace ……… Barry
My deepest sympathy to Beryl and family on the passing of Jeff. Heartfelt thoughts go out to you all in this time and of sorrow.
“Peace, God bless”
A beautiful tribute and celebration of Jeffrey’s wonderful life. Clearly a man with a huge heart and love of his family, no doubt he would be bursting with pride watching his grandchildren. Sending heartfelt condolences to Beryl, Jude, Nick, Ryan and the entire Binder family.
Lisa & Stephen Peart