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GLEESON -
George Noel

Death Notice

GLEESON – George Noel

Passed away peacefully at the Neerim South Hospital on July 11, 2022.

Aged 91 years.

Dearly loved husband of Delma (dec).

Loving father of Geoff, Phil, Dianne, Paul (dec) and Leona, father-in-law to Joy, Leigh and Peter.

Beloved Pop to all his grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Hardworking hands now at rest,

Mum and Dad Reunited

Now at Peace

  

Dad, Pop, George,

Thank you for your unwavering love and care to us all. 

You lived life your way and you should be proud of the legacy you’ve left behind.

We will miss your humour and steadfastness always.

Love Dianne and Leigh.

Jarred, Crystal, Indiana and Poppy. 

Scott, Kristy, Anna and Isobel. 

Jane, Liam and Noa.

 

Dad,

We will miss you so much and you will always be in our hearts.

Love Phill and Joy, Gene,

Lauren, Taylor, Audrey and August.

Now at rest with Mum and Paul.

 

Dad, George, Pop,

Always giving, never asking. Thank you for all you have done, and the legacy you leave.

Stubborn and independent till the last, now resting.

Love always from

Leona and Peter, Adam and Emily, Georgia and Lachie.

 

Dad,

Sadly missed, always remembered, never forgotten.

Love Geoff, Matt, Mark, Danielle and their families.

And Wayne and Sue.

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Funeral Notice

Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of Mr George Noel Gleeson, late of Crossover, will be celebrated at St Ignatius’ Catholic Church, Main Neerim Rd, Neerim South on THURSDAY (July 21) at 11.30 a.m.


The Mass will also be live-streamed.

Please click here to view the live-stream of George’s Funeral Mass.

(The stream will commence about fifteen minutes prior to the start of the service but until the service begins only a holding image will be displayed. The link will remain available for approximately 4 weeks after the Service as a recording.)


The Funeral will leave at the conclusion of Mass for the Neerim Cemetery


In lieu of flowers a donation in memory of George may be made to the

Royal Children's Hospital. Envelopes will be available at the Church.