Brian Funnell

6th April 1950 ~ 3rd October 2021

Service held at The Tramshed Arts Centre, Narrabeen.
Friday 3rd December 2021 at 1:oopm. (AEDT)

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17 entries.
Christine Nicholas (Onyett) from Gunalda, Qld
A very worthy tribute to Brian. As a close cousin, knowing him for 67 years, I didn't know half of his life. Lucky to have one of his pottery vases and see some new photos of Brian. We will all miss him. Hugs and kisses to Katika and the family. Christine. X
Lisbeth Madsen and Henrik Lange from Oelstykke Denmark
We visited Australia in the year 2000. Thank you Brian for being a great guide, you showed us interesting sights and nature. We remember the trip to The Blue Mountains and the boat trip around Sydney and the harbour. Thanks for lending us your daughter for a year. Rest in Peace
Dennis & Julie Funnell from Banora Point
We have missed, your visits to our home, and all our long chats on the phone. There are no goodbyes you will always be in our hearts. Love & thoughts Den & Julie xx
Paul Winter from Gold Coast
Fond Memories.
Cassie from Cudgen
I hope you can take a little comfort knowing everyone who met your dad knew what a fantastic man he was. He will be very missed. Sending love to you and all the family. Love Claude, Cassie, Jordanna, Mason and Avalon xx
Paul Winter from Gold Coast
peter champion from Inverell
So sorry to lose an old friend. I was very glad to get back in contact with Brian a few years back
Jane Goddard from Mount Martha
Bronwyn Clarke from Hobart Tasmania
Brian was a fellow potter and a fellow student at Alexander Mackie and ESTC 69-72 Thanking Brian for the brief and recent contact we had over our mutual love of ceramics.
Gary Peacock from Carool NSW 2486
Phillip Fromm from Sydney
Kathryn Burton Brett Hart from Manly Vale
Dear Katika Wishing you lots of love today. Brian was a great dad and grandpa and you will miss him greatly. Love Kath and Brett. XX
Tori Haschka from Berry
Sending all our love. What an extraordinarily legacy he left behind.
Penny & Roger from Storm King Queensland
Sending love to all the family. Brian will be missed enormously.
Sue Clark from Maida Vale WA
To my brother Brian i love you ,miss you terribly Rest in Peace
Joe Cannon from Sydney
Wonderful, crazy memories old mate, from a long time gone. Thank you for letting us be part of your song.
Kim Jones from Avalon Beach
Hi Brian (my Dad's and brother's namesake), so many years knowing you and watching Katika grow into a beautiful young woman. Glad I could get you that last coffee - thank you for being in our lives! Kim & Albert
17 entries.
Christine Nicholas (Onyett) from Gunalda, Qld
A very worthy tribute to Brian. As a close cousin, knowing him for 67 years, I didn't know half of his life. Lucky to have one of his pottery vases and see some new photos of Brian. We will all miss him. Hugs and kisses to Katika and the family. Christine. X
Lisbeth Madsen and Henrik Lange from Oelstykke Denmark
We visited Australia in the year 2000. Thank you Brian for being a great guide, you showed us interesting sights and nature. We remember the trip to The Blue Mountains and the boat trip around Sydney and the harbour. Thanks for lending us your daughter for a year. Rest in Peace
Dennis & Julie Funnell from Banora Point
We have missed, your visits to our home, and all our long chats on the phone. There are no goodbyes you will always be in our hearts. Love & thoughts Den & Julie xx
Paul Winter from Gold Coast
Fond Memories.
Cassie from Cudgen
I hope you can take a little comfort knowing everyone who met your dad knew what a fantastic man he was. He will be very missed. Sending love to you and all the family. Love Claude, Cassie, Jordanna, Mason and Avalon xx
Paul Winter from Gold Coast
peter champion from Inverell
So sorry to lose an old friend. I was very glad to get back in contact with Brian a few years back
Jane Goddard from Mount Martha
Bronwyn Clarke from Hobart Tasmania
Brian was a fellow potter and a fellow student at Alexander Mackie and ESTC 69-72 Thanking Brian for the brief and recent contact we had over our mutual love of ceramics.
Gary Peacock from Carool NSW 2486
Phillip Fromm from Sydney
Kathryn Burton Brett Hart from Manly Vale
Dear Katika Wishing you lots of love today. Brian was a great dad and grandpa and you will miss him greatly. Love Kath and Brett. XX
Tori Haschka from Berry
Sending all our love. What an extraordinarily legacy he left behind.
Penny & Roger from Storm King Queensland
Sending love to all the family. Brian will be missed enormously.
Sue Clark from Maida Vale WA
To my brother Brian i love you ,miss you terribly Rest in Peace
Joe Cannon from Sydney
Wonderful, crazy memories old mate, from a long time gone. Thank you for letting us be part of your song.
Kim Jones from Avalon Beach
Hi Brian (my Dad's and brother's namesake), so many years knowing you and watching Katika grow into a beautiful young woman. Glad I could get you that last coffee - thank you for being in our lives! Kim & Albert

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