Alan Briggs

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  • Jodi Chambers
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    Sincere condolences to Sue, Sam, Kate Marie, Bob, Anne , Karen and families, Thinking of you all at this very sad time. Much love Jodi , Ian , Ben and Tom Chambers.

  • Stella-Rose Thomas
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    Very sorry to hear of your sudden loss. I didn’t get to meet Alan but from what you guys have told me he was a wonderful husband, Dad, Father Inlaw and Granddad. I am sure he will be missed so so much by all the family and friends. Sending all our love, hugs and condolences to the whole family.
    Stella-Rose, Willow and Braxton
    xxxx

  • Angela Anderson
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    So sorry for your loss.
    Although no words can take away the sorrow that you have, may it be comforting to know that others care.
    With love, the Andersons. Xx

  • Carmel Ackerly
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    Deepest sympathy to Sue, Sam, Kate and families. Al, A big man with a big spirit. Thinking of you in this time of sorrow.
    Carmel , Jesse, Sarah and family

  • Greg freestone
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    Absolutely beautiful man. I loved him. Will be sadly missed. I’m sorry for your loss. Wish I could be there to give you a big hug

  • Neil & Elvie Gannon
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    We were shocked and saddened to hear of Alans sudden passing. Sincere sympathy to Sue and all your family. With much love, Neil and Elvie Gannon..

  • Chris Long
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    Thinking of you all at this sad time. I have many great memories of staying at Auntie Marie and Uncle Noel’s when we were both young and had lots of fun together.
    Can’t believe he’s gone.
    Love
    Chris

  • S beirne
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    Hi Sue and Family.
    Well the special day has come and u are all in our thoughts today. Big cuddle from us.
    Although funerals are always so sad to us they also a celebrate of life and we can and will celebrate Al who to us and all our family was amazing, very funny, beautiful, caring, generous and loving.
    He will be very much missed by all.
    Because we can’t be there with u all today we have opted to have our own personal celebration of Al’s life and firstly watch your ceremony live and then in Al’s honour have one of Al’s favourite things ‘a beer’ then put on a song or two like we use to and talk about our times together.
    We loved him very much and still can’t believe he isn’t here but we have our memories and they can’t be taken ❤️ love Bud snd Stump and family

    • Marilyn Fillis
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      Gone to soon as Al’s mate and my darling Lindsay Grant aged 59 with dementia, it’s been a very 7 long years. I can see Al and Lindsay greeting each other with a big hand shake and hug. Now with a fishing rods and a beer. I send the family the biggest hug and kisses I can muster up.
      Your going to need and love each other so such just to get through a day. Don’t forget Al would hate to see you all so lonely and upset, try during the day to send Al a big loving smile and you’ll feel his in return.
      Thinking of you all. All my love Marilyn. xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxooxooxoo

      • Marilyn Fillis
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        Sorry for the spelling mistakes.

  • Greg Thompson
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    Our thoughts are with all today!
    Tears are flowing as we reminisce on a lifelong friendship……Al and his Dragster Pushbike, V8 Panelvan, Water skiing on the Murray River, the Wonnangatta and High Country 4×4 trips, Fraser Island, just to name a few………….adventures he shared with so many.
    Al was a very talented man and could turn his hand to anything he put his mind to.
    He will be missed but never forgotten
    Love from Greg and Chris Thompson (Thommo)

  • Anni
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    Remember all the Good Old Days at the DEER PARK HOTAL RIP
    Condolences to all the Family
    Love From
    Marcy Max Anni Nick
    ❤️

  • Mark Watkins
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    Very sorry to hear al was a top bloke and will be dearly missed . Condolences to sue Kate and the family thinking of you all from mark your old neighbor

  • Maria and Sherif
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    Dear Briggs family

    Our sincere condolences to you all.

    We will miss Al deeply and are very saddened by the loss of an amazing man.
    Al was always welcoming to us and always opened his home to us when we were in qld.

    Wish we could be there to give you all a big hug and support you all at this time of need.

    Love you all

  • Jodi Chambers
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    What a beautiful service ♥️

  • Bud and stump
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    Beautiful ceremony Sue and family. xx

  • Bella Mestre
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    The service was beautiful
    Everyone’s speeches were so full of love and cherished memories
    Kate, Renee, and Uncle Bob spoke so well – I know uncle Alan would’ve loved it, he will be dearly missed
    I love and miss you all so much
    Hugs and kisses to Sue and the rest of the family

  • Peter Mill
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    You went too soon Al. We thought there were still a lot of good times to come. You are one of my oldest and best friends and I’m going to miss you. From trade school, cars, bikes, boats, 4WDs, and caravanning we did it all together. Even married sisters. We would go to the Nth Melb Footy Club disco on a Thursday night and I’d end up at your house. Your mum would ring my work on Friday morning pretending to be my mother telling them I was crook and wouldn’t be in while I was talking to God on the big white phone. We had a lot of laughs. From Kerrie and me, happy trails.

  • Antonio Mestre
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    To my amazing brother in law,
    From the moment Bella and I walked into your home you made us feel welcome and part of the family.
    Always happy to see us.
    Telling me “ This is bloody awesome you guys being here “
    You would sit by the shed watching Bella swim in the pool for hours on end, wondering how she wasn’t freezing and when she would run out of Batteries.
    I’ll miss our Seafood cook off’s that became a tradition.
    I’ll miss your smile, your kind words and that you would never let me leave without a big brother hug.
    Absolutely heart broken
    Rest In Peace
    MY AMAZING BROTHER IN LAW.

  • Bernadine and Evan Fenech
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    Sincere condolences to all of you. Our thoughts are with you during this very sad time. So sad, so sudden but some beautiful memories to keep in your hearts.
    Love from Bernadine & Evan Fenech

  • Cassie Stevenson
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    Hi Sue, Kate and family,
    Sorry to hear of Al’s sudden passing. He was a wonderful man and I have lots of very fond memories living next door to you guys for many years and sharing lots of great times with our families. I also watched the live stream of Al’s beautiful service today and it was lovely to watch and hear all the beautiful memories you will have to treasure always xx my thoughts are with you guys and may u all stay strong and get through this tough time together cherishing all the wonderful years you had with that great and very funny man. Sending lots of love and hugs xo Cass, mark and family xo

  • Greg and Wendy long
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    Our thoughts are with you all, love Greg and Wendy

  • David and Mandy Long
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    Deapest sympathy to you all. I have great memories of Alan when I was young. Thinking of you all at this time.

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