Christine posted a condolence
Sunday, February 16, 2020As kids we lived together we fought, we laughed, we cried. We did not always show the love the we both had inside. We shared our dreams and plans and some secrets too! All the memories we share is what bonds me now to you. We grew to find we have a love that is very strong today. It's a love that is shared by our family, that will never fade away. You are my brother not by choice but by the nature of our birth. I could not have chosen a better one! You were the best on earth. xx
Christine posted a condolence
Sunday, February 16, 2020Even though we are so far away we will always remember the lovely times we spent together.
Alan D posted a condolence
Saturday, February 15, 2020Graham was always a progressive person. Though I only knew him a relatively short time, I was able to give him "possible" evidence That his ancestors had fought at Waterloo. He accepts the "possible " evidence and was encouraged. We debated and discussed cooking. I have now got more cooking books than I had before I met Graham. I always felt content when I visited Graham. Graham, to you, "Shantih! Shantih, Shantih." Wherever you are, I know you will check my quote for appropriateness. I hope it fits the bill. Alan Sometimes Tuesdays Carer.
Becky and Lionel Teer posted a condolence
Friday, February 14, 2020Graham was my foodie buddy. Although our friendship was short compared to others, Lionel and I enjoyed getting together with Graham and Sim talking about food and our latest adventures. We are proud and honoured that Graham was part of our life. He will sadly be missed.
Cyril and Janet Jones posted a condolence
Thursday, February 13, 2020Graham and I first met when I joined Pye TV after Jan and I emigrated to Australia in 1963. We soon met Sim and the family and became firm friends. Over the next 8 years we spent many happy hours at his house in Gymea, and also at Callela when visiting from England 25 odd years ago. Our heartfelt sympathy to Sim and the family. Rest in peace Graham. Jan and Cyril
david malcolm posted a condolence
Wednesday, February 12, 2020Gra gra is the single longest person I have known in Australia since I arrived in 1969. Starting as friendly business rivals, then working for the same company a friendship developed which has stood the test of time. Graham is a life force, passionate, energetic, curious and enthusiastic about life and people. He does not go unnoticed he has made his mark. Thankyou for your gift of friendship Graham these past many many years I am glad you passed my way Davidm
Shirley Gibbs lit a candle
Wednesday, February 12, 2020
The Goldies posted a condolence
Wednesday, February 12, 2020Farewell dear friend, real friends are few and far between and you and Sim are the best. What good times we've shared with both our families. Geoff, Paddy, Pete and Col
Trish Malcolm posted a condolence
Tuesday, February 11, 2020Graham and Sim were are first guests after we were married in 1969 I produced a dessert which was referred to as dermotts folly!!! We have stayed friends since and we have a lot of happy memories Sorry to see you go Gaham but you are not forgotten Trish and David
The family of Graham Ernest Oakes uploaded a photo
Monday, February 10, 2020