Alan Macindoe’s Funeral

Sunday March 22nd 2020, 2pm (AEDT)

Little Bay Chapel, Sydney, NSW

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  1. A quiet, gentle and caring man. Now at peace.

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  2. I have fond memories of playing tennis with Al. No -one could believe how he would just flip his wrist and send the ball up their sideline. He was the least talkative person I ever met but would always stand, listen and smile. He will be sadly missed by all in our tennis group.

    With fond memories Helen Hart

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  3. Al drove me to a fern society meeting once. He got lost on the way and announced he was afraid we’d be late, then drove over the median strip to get into the lane he thought he should be in. It seemed so improbable at the time.

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  4. Our favourite memory of Grandpa Al – is our combined experience of a loving grandfather. Carefree and caring. A man of strange tastebuds, yet utterly charming. Of inscrutable methods, but utterly incapable of malice.

    Forever in our hearts, Grandpa Al.

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  5. I am remembering Al’s deep love for all of his children ( Anne, Kylie, Kathy, Heather and Rob) and his grandchildren and the fun he had with his wife Annie. What pleasure he took playing his clarinet in the ramshackle orchestra and taking Henry the dog for walks along Horderns Beach.
    Al had a big heart. A full life. I miss him. Di Whèelèr

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  6. Thank you for the beautiful photos, I never got to see my Grandpa as a young man. I miss him very much.

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  7. Shirley & Nick Colella March 22, 2020 at 4:10 am

    It was always such a joy to spend time with Alan. His smile never faded and he gave the best hugs! We will miss him…..

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  8. I met Alan when he moved into Bundeena. I was a member ofBundeena House Church and so enjoyed many years of his friendship. He was kind and generous of his time and very funny. There are so many things about Alan that I loved, always ready to help( not just myself but many others) playing his clarinet, his laugh. He was a very gentle man and I will miss him greatly.

    May God’s blessings be with you at this sad time.

    From JudyBloomfield

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