DELMO – Neil FrederickPrint
Passed away peacefully on March 19th, 2022, aged 77 years.
Neil will be sadly missed by his loving wife Pamela, sons Joel and Simon and their partners, his grandchildren, great-grandchild, all his family, and many friends.
In God’s Care
“Till we meet again”
Funeral NoticeService: Monday March 28, 2022
Family and friends are invited to attend the Funeral Service for Mr. Neil Frederick Delmo
to be held at our Chapel, cnr High St & Murradoc Road, Drysdale
on Monday (March 28) at 11.30 am, followed by Burial at Leopold Cemetery.
Neil's service will be Live-streamed through our website.View Service
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To the man who called me Munchkin and I called him dad. I will always cherish the love you gave me, the happiness you showed me and your everlasting cheekiness. May you now be free in the next realm to enjoy the everlasting joy and peace. I will always love you and we will meet again one day.
To the uncle Neil and family
I would like to offer my condolences and wish I could be with you to say goodbye. That forever smile will be sadly missed.
Lots of Love
Brett, Tash, Madison and Samara.
To Pam and the Delmo family and friends ,
My deepest condolences ,
For the loss ov a man who taught me lots ov things and introduced me to cooking when I was younger at the
C C V ,
A man who had nothing bad to say about anybody ,
And always contributed to all our child hoods at wattle park ,
A extra loss to James and Stella , will be missed uncle 😓
Having known Neil since before he started courting my sister Pamela, I have been continually blessed by his honest, kind and gentle nature. He merged beautifully into our Hancock family and contributed greatly to all family activities, particularly as he applied his first-class catering skills.
We will miss you Neil, until we meet again in heaven.
May God’s strength and love sustain Pamela, Joel, Simon and their families as they deal with their loss.
David & Julie
Dear Pam, Joel, Simon and families,
I’m so sorry to hear of Neil’s passing. I remember him as a happy and fun loving person with a heart of gold. He always seemed to be smiling and was great with kids, especially at Wattle Park.
I’m sure he will be missed by all of the extended Gazarra family at future Christmas get togethers at Wattle Park.
Condolences also to Jim and Stella.
Even though I haven’t seen him for many years now I feel sad that he has gone.
Thinking of you all and sending much love.
Sherrie, John and Joshua xxxx