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Phillip Elwin Aldridge

Dear James, Our sincere condolences on the passing of your Father, Phillip. During this difficult time we wish you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. The bond between Father and Son is irreplaceable, may this bond hold a special place in your heart forever. Your Father was loved and loved in return. He had the blessing of a loving Wife, was able to be a wonderful Father to you and Steve and Grand Father to your Son. The best accomplishments in anyones life. That in itself is a celebration of a life lived, surrounded by love. James you are in our thoughts and prayers. Much Love, your family, Francesca, Joseph, Bastille and Alessio.

Phillip Elwin Aldridge

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Barry Ivan Ellis

Sincere condolences to Graham, Keith, Wendy, David and Robyn from all at U3A Nunawading, and particularly from the Wednesday Walking Group which Barry led as “our fearless leader” until his illness became too much for him to continue. He was an excellent leader - always smiling and encouraging - and even organised extra walks during holidays. He was also our resident wildflower expert. A good friend to the entire group, he will be very sorely missed by us all. (Posted on behalf of all the Walking Group)

Barry Ivan Ellis

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Maxwell Victor Melvin

The first time I met Max was in 2006, when helping Mardi and David by minding reception at the 'old clinic' at 1222 Toorak Road - they were having a weekend off - and thus my presence there. Max dropped by, and found me at the front-desk, translating an Old Norse saga, in between seeing clients in and out. We sat and talked about grammar and its various oddities, and how echoes of the medieval world still rang in these later times. Max was one of those rare people you immediately take to; his interest in my studies was so obviously genuine; and his own hoard of knowledge in this area so interesting, that it made that first meeting such a pleasure. It is with real regret that I did not get to meet him on more than a handful of occasions. A genuine and thorough-going gentleman, whose intellect, decency and humanity shone like a bright and burning light. The world has dimmed with his passing. Our love and condolences to the Melvin family. Ian Rogers & Jenny Pemberton.

Maxwell Victor Melvin

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