Rex Tully

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  • Robert and kay
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    What beautiful photos. Although it is very sad it is all the wonderful memories that can never be taken away. Rexie was a top block always good and kind to us. We are thinking of you all with much love. We will be there for you Tricia always. Our love to the whole family. Robert and Kay

  • Warren Tully
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    We have now lost an encyclopaedia of bilambil knowledge,I would ring Rex and ask questions about the old days and got all the answers plus more , I’m going to miss you Rexy.

  • Nytika Davies
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    Dearest Rex,
    Thank you for being a wonderful man. It brings us comfort knowing you are now free from pain, and back to full health in Heaven with all the ones you’ve loved and lost along the way, including Little Nana Tully, Poppy Tully, your sisters and your son Brian.

    You worked hard your entire life. Loved your fishing, loved your gardens, and most of all loved your mates and especially your family.

    You will be dearly missed, and never forgotten. You fought hard right until the end.
    May the Fish be biting, and the beer ice cold in heaven for you today! We will be raising a glass in your honor.

    Rest in peace and love for eternity – until we meet again.
    Love from Nytika, Josh, Callan, Taj & Sierra Davies.
    And the entire White Family. xxxx

    • Raelene McGowan
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      Uncle Rex, a beautiful soul who shared so much of himself with those around him. Another Tully in god’s house waiting for us all to join him for eternity. A lovely celebration of his life today. Love Raelene and Trevor

  • Nyla (Bock) Musser
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    Trish and family: It was a beautiful send off for our beloved Rex. The service, music and the testimonial of his life was truly a blessing. He was a hard worker who recognized that
    life was given to us to share with others. His talents will never go forgotten. For those who learned from his fishing techniques, remember it onlyh takes one fish to feed a thousand.
    God took him on that special day following Easter. Rex is blessed by Jesus, his Lord and Saviour. May he rest in peace all the other Saints who have gone before. I hope he and Lou will have many stories to share. Bless be his menory. Nyla Musser, Black River Falls, Wi USA

  • Kathryn McGowan
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    Dear Trish and Family
    It was an honour to have taken part in Rex’s funeral celebration – thank goodness for modern technology (which Rex despised!). What a moving and eloquent send-off!
    His life was so full of interesting twists and turns – I certainly didn’t know of his obsession for orderliness, but I do remember him as a treasured family member and an oracle for fishing stories which he shared with Allan.
    You will all miss him, but look what a treasure trove of beautiful memories you have to share with each other!
    All our love, and thinking of you and please, keep in touch …
    Kathy, Joanna, Fiona, Vanessa and their families.

  • Les /Robyn Snashall
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    A lovely service, Tricia. Great photos of Rex’s life. I am so happy that I managed to see him and have a chat recently.
    Rest in Peace, Rex.
    Love
    Robyn and les xx

  • Debbie Wilde
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    To Tricia and family,
    Lovely service and great memories with the pictures.
    Sorry we could not go.
    Sending love from the Beard Family.xxoo

  • Alan Frith
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    I was his Stairlift service and repair man, he would sit at the bottom of the stairs while I worked on his lift and we would talk for ages, he was inquisitive as to how his stairlift worked and understood everything I told him about it, incredible person who I will dearly miss.

  • Al Tutton
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    Dear Tricia, the service was a perfect goodbye to one hell of a man. Your verse about the Dash was so true about life . I will miss my yarns with Rexy , he was the man that I looked up to. Love Al & Janette xxx

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