CLUTTERBUCK Graham LesliePrint
Dearly loved husband of Julie.
Loving father of Dale, Gregg, Paul and Angela. Father-in-law of Haruka and Iain.
Adoring ‘Pa’ of Aspen and Revi.
~ A much loved Brother, Uncle and Friend to all ~
Funeral NoticeService: Thursday May 19, 2022
Family and friends are invited to attend a Service of Celebration for the life of Graham Leslie Clutterbuck to be held at our Chapel, Cnr High Street and Murradoc Road, Drysdale, on THURSDAY 19th May, 2022 commencing at 11.00 am.
**For catering purposes, please confirm your intention to attend via message to 0447 631 747.
CLUTTERBUCK Graham Order of Service
BURIAL at Tawonga Cemetery, Cemetery Lane, Coral Bank, 3691, will take place the following day FRIDAY 20th May, 2022 at 2.00 pm.
No Flowers by request. Donations in memory of Graham to Women for Women in Africa would be appreciated https://womenforwomeninafrica.org.au/
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No one could ever
experience a neighbour like Graham. I met Julie & Graham in 1977 in Bannockburn , Victoria. I haven’t had neighbours like this team since. These neighbours became life time friends. We both embraced each other’s family & friends over a period of 45+ years. RIP my dear friend. Love to your exceptional family. Jill
To Julie, Dale, Greg, Paul and Ange
Our deepest sympathies, Graham was a true gentleman, a lovely friend and a dedicated community person , taken way to soon , but no more pain and discomfort at peace and watching over his family Xxxx💔🌹🌳
Love Ellie and Greg
Our thought are with you Julie RIP Graham sadly missed loving memories
Our sincere and loving condolences to you all. Graham was a one of a kind……a true gentleman and he will be missed by many. May he now rest in peace.
A truly gentle and loving man. Graham would always bring a smile to your face and was welcoming to all. I have known Graham and his family for the past nearly 30 years through schooling with Gregg. Graham and Julie have welcomed me into their home like one I was part of the family.
Even is his last weeks, he would be so considerate of others and kept his sense of humour. His loss is surely felt by all who have had the privelidge and pleasure of knowing him. My thoughts are with you all.
How do you say goodbye way too soon to a brother and uncle you shared a lifetime with and loved dearly, a brother who was never short of whitty jokes, mostly very dry, some dumb. A brother who was compassionate for those less fortunate and someone who absolutely loved his family who we watched grow into amazing adults. A man very strong in his Christian values, and a dedicated member of Carevan’s Mt Beauty team. Graham, we will miss your love and whacky sense of humour…love and miss you so much….RIP in the presence of Jesus. Loving you Julie and Co.
An exceptionally beautiful friend and bloody good bloke! We will your visits to Broome and Arrow Pearl farm.
Graham was funny and had a great way with words. When I was young I’d visit him regularly when he lived in Geelong. Many good memories there.
To Julie and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. We have happy memories of visiting Graham and the family. Graham was always welcoming and friendly with a lovely calm manner. Love to all the family.
Thinking of Clutterbucks and extended family at this time. Graham was like a big brother to me. One of the solid rocks in my life. He was so full of love and affirmation. A beautiful person. We will be watching the service online in Darwin and with you all in spirit.
God bless us all.
Thank you Lord for this wonderful man.
Love to all.
Tony and Margie Goodluck
We could not have asked for a kinder brother in-law and so wonderful to our kids and in recent times our grandchildren we had great times at the farm and then again down Geelong recently and some great holidays with both Julie and graham we will all miss you very much lots of love Neita John & family
Dear Julie and family,
We miss him so much as a lovely neighbour and friend. I would look out my front window and loved seeing the garage door open and Graham working happily away at his projects, or I would hear the buzz of equipment. He was always ready for a chat and a smile. I still look at the garage door and I wish it was open again.
I have a wooden reindeer that he gave to me not so long ago – I cherish it.
Much love to you all in this sad time.
Our family had the absolute pleasure of knowing Graham. A man who was always happy, full of life and had the biggest heart. He was not only a great friend of our late father, especially through his time of need after the loss of our mother. But he was also a great friend to me and my siblings, seemingly always having time for anyone that needed it. Which showed especially in his volunteer work, whether it was through the CFA, Carevan or his work overseas. He will be sorely missed, not only by those nearest and dearest, but by the communities and lives he touched. Sending love to his family and friends.
Dear Julie and family,
Sending you our deepest condolences on your loss. He was a wonderful man who made the world such a brighter place.
With all our love, The Wood Family.
Dear Clutterbuck Family.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Our sincere condolences on your loss. Your loved husband, father, father in law, grandfather, brother, uncle, brother in law and most of all friend.
We have fond memories of Graeme, a loving, clever man, a man of action.
May your hearts be filled with love and memories.
Geoff and Robyn Stephens
I’m so sorry to hear of Uncle Graham’s passing. I know he is resting with Jesus now. I’m sending so much love to the whole family 🧡💛
Thankyou Julie and family for allowing us to be part of this service online and to be able to say our farewells to Graham. We always knew what a kind and caring man Graham was even though time had separated us. But this celebration of his life certainly made us even more aware of what a truly wonderful and remarkable man he was.
Love to you all.
Ken and Linda
1 Specail man , a remarkable man a pretactor of others l will never forget your help on the School bus RIP
mullagong rd Neighbour Jennie Wills
We so enjoyed all of our trips and adventures together, sharing our passion for wildlife and photography and footy updates in our chats.
Thanks for being such a great mate.