ELVEY Darryl Graeme

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Born March 30, 1961. Passed away December 11, 2021.

ELVEY
Darryl Graeme
30.03.1961 – 11.12.2021
Son of Graeme (dec)
and Bonnie.
Brother of Margie and her partner Bill.
Special dad to his two dogs Tedi (dec) & Bobby
“Forever in our hearts”

Funeral Notice

Service: Friday December 17, 2021

Family and friends are invited to attend the Graveside Service for
Mr. Darryl Graeme Elvey
to be held on
FRI 17 DEC at 2 PM at Portarlington Cemetery
Smythe Street Portarlington.

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  1. Darryl,
    My tears are slowly subsiding because I know you’re at peace now. We kept hoping didn’t we, that you’d be around long enough for us to catch up one last time. But sadly, that time has come and gone. God took you home because he was running short on angels and in you, He has one of the very best. Though it tears at my aching heart, I want you to know you will always be in my memories and my happy place.
    Fly free now, Daz…
    With love from Shane and Mary.

    Shane ButcherDecember 16 2021 1:15 pm
  2. Our apologies for not being able to attend the graveside service of your brother Daryl today .
    Our love will be with you all at this sad time
    I will view the service at 2pm. .
    With love
    Catherine Rob and Sam Larcombe šŸ’™šŸ’™šŸ’™

    Catherine LarcombeDecember 16 2021 10:07 pm
  3. Deepest sympathy to Mrs. Elvey, Margaret and Bill.
    Darryl was a great mate for nearly fifty years since we met in the quadrangle at Bendigo High. Great memories of zooming around Melbourne in the red Cortina or the silver Sigma in the 80’s. Days at the footy when the Blues played the Bombers and we disagreed on everything. Sunny afternoons and freezing winter nights at your beautiful Macedon retreat. We headed off in different directions but always kept in touch and often got together for a chat or a game of pool. Will be much missed by me and all his friends.
    Peter Monteith

    Peter MonteithDecember 17 2021 9:53 am
  4. Dear Darryl,
    Darryl, you will always have a place in my heart. You introduced me to Australia – my first close encounter with a kangaroo – in captivity and hopping free in Macedon, my first chicken Parma, my first scratchie, my first and never to be repeated hot air balloon flight, my first country footy game and despite me being a Saints supporter, my first MCG footy game watching the bombers trounce ? (I want to say the blues to annoy Shane,but I honestly don’t remember now!), and of course my first visit to a Hard Rock Cafe.
    We fell out of touch, but, thanks to Shane, I was lucky enough to catch up with you a few times over the past year. You were not supposed to go till our tree house adventure was finally over, Darryl.
    I miss you mate. You truly were a gentle man

    My warmest condolences Bonnie, Margie and Bill. Thank you for making us so welcome today.
    Catherine and Darcy

    Catherine KlaverDecember 17 2021 3:34 pm
  5. Dear Darryl
    In the short time I knew you, we quickly became friends. Our meeting wasn’t on the best of circumstances but Iā€™m glad I got to know such a wonderful person. The highlight of my day was putting a smile on your face and making you laugh and sometimes (until you cried).
    It truly warmed my heart.
    I absolutely fell in love with your baby Bobby too.
    We had many things in common from our love of dogs, travel and Essendon to name a few.
    Margie, your amazing sister and partner Bill was always there to greet me with a smile & your dear mother Bonnie was a joy to get to know as well. Thank you for having me in your world even for a short time, you will be sincerely missed and always have a place in my heart. RIP Dear Darryl, fly high, just like the mighty Bombers. ā¤ļøšŸ–¤ā¤ļøšŸ–¤ā¤ļøšŸ–¤ā¤ļøšŸ–¤ā¤ļøšŸ–¤ā¤ļøšŸ–¤

    Denise XDecember 19 2021 6:14 am

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