McCOLL – Graham Douglas

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Born June 18, 1934. Passed away March 16, 2022.

Aged 87 years.

Loved husband of Dorothy.

Loving father of Glenn & Meryl.  Father in law of Bill & Jacquie.

Grandfather of Liam.

“Treasured Memories”

Funeral Notice

Service: Wednesday March 23, 2022

Family and friends are invited to attend the Funeral Service for Mr Graham McColl to be held at our Chapel, cnr High St & Murradoc Rd, Drysdale on WEDNESDAY (March 23) commencing at 2 pm.

Private Cremation

Graham's service will be Livestreamed through our website.

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  1. Loved you Dad

    Meryl Whiteside (knee McColl)March 19 2022 9:29 am
  2. I started the TIT training along with Graham in 1950 and attended many reunions with him over the years after we retired.
    We also came across each other at the Carlton F.C. as I was a supporter from my young days and later became an official at the Club
    Kind regards to you all.
    Ken Drew

    Kenneth James DrewMarch 19 2022 11:53 am
  3. A true gentle man in every sense. His contribution to our local football at Doncaster East will never be forgotten. Your friendship was priceless.
    Our deepest sympathies to Dorothy and her family
    Bill Henry (The Barbarian) and Jo Calder

    William HenryMarch 22 2022 10:23 am
  4. Uncle Graham was a wonderful, caring man to our family during our days in Palm Court, Lower Templestowe. My parents Joan and Phillip Stoneham were neighbours to Dorothy and Graham, Auntie Dot and Uncle Graham to my sister Kylie and I. We were neighbours for 8 years and from the time I was born to the day we left Palm Court Uncle Graham was fun, loved to laugh, always active and my parents always knew they had a true friend around our family when Graham was with us. As a little girl I was always so happy to ring the doorbell to see Auntie Dot and Uncle Graham and ‘chat’, usually to tell all the stories of what was happening in our world. Meryl and Glen were like cousins and we loved having family catch ups or just fun in the street at Palm Court. Later in life Auntie Dot and Uncle Graham would regularly catch up and I would always be so interested to hear of what was happening at the Carlton Football Club. They were special days and Graham McColl a special man. All my love to Auntie Dot, Meryl and Glen, our deepest condolences. Nikki Harkin (nee Stoneham)
    xx

    Nikki Harkin (nee Stoneham)March 23 2022 10:22 am
  5. Farewell to our great friend and neighbor for over fifty years
    You will be sadly missed by so many people
    With all our love
    Joan and Phillip Stoneham

    Phillip StonehamMarch 23 2022 12:19 pm
  6. Uncle Graham was a very dear friend to our family. Growing up in Palm Court meant that we were very fortunate to spend lots of fun moments with Uncle Graham and his family. I have many fond memories of our times spent at the McColl’s house. There was always laughter and joy and we were always welcomed at any time. He was always such a gentleman and will be sadly missed. With all our love, Kylie Thompson (nee Stoneham)

    Kylie ThompsonMarch 23 2022 2:44 pm
  7. Vale Graham McColl. Graham will be greatly missed by Jim and Grace McCracken as a great friend over many years. Graham was dad’s best man on the occasion of their wedding in 1958 and we were fortunate to have Graham and Dorothy with us to celebrate mum and dad’s 50th anniversary in Daylesford. Our sincerest condolences to Dorothy, Glenn and Meryl on the loss of a wonderful husband and father. A man well loved and a life well lived. with love from Jim and Grace, Kate, Anne, Veronica and Lisa

    Lisa McCrackenMarch 27 2022 11:27 am

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