In Loving Memory
Donald Graeme Buntine

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Donald Graeme “Don” Buntine
Passed peacefully at
Casey Hospital Berwick on 20th April 2021.
Dearly loved husband of Lilian (dec).
Loved and loving father of Mark, Teresa and Sean.
Loved father-in-law of Vicky and Kelly.
Loving Grandpa of Jack, Kate, Nathan, Sam and Emma.
Step-Grandpa of Jarrad, Matt and Tim.
Rest In Peace

A Funeral Service for Don will be held at
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home
190 Princes Highway, Pakenham on
Wednesday 28th April 2021
commencing at 1:30 p.m.

A private cremation will follow.

Please click on the link below to
view the chapel Service for Don
which is scheduled to commence at
1:30 p.m. on Wednesday 28th April 2021.

Click HERE to view the live stream of Don’s Service

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  1. It was a pleasure knowing Don over so many years, I’ll always remember the teenage advice about smoking and drinking he used to give us Teresa. I know you, Mark and Sean and your families will all miss him terribly and we want you to know we’re thinking of you all at this hard time.

    Karen, Andy & Kirsten Pritchard

    Pritchard Family
  2. I have no idea what drew me to the page in the herald sun, but I am son of saxophonist Stewart Saunders, and I thought don always made time to say g’day, so too did all the many band members! Great people!! Condolences to the family and friends, great childhood memories have just come back to me, thanks don.

    Colin saunders
  3. Fond memories of Don & Lilian special times shared during my late husband Graeme & I with Don & Lilian in our Crusaders Group 1979-80 and at Pakenham Lodge due to commitments today I can’t be there with the family for Don’s funeral
    Rest Peacefully Don you certainly made a difference and also in the Pakenham Community
    My sympathy to Don’s & Lilian’s loved ones

    Eileen Dorning
  4. Condolences to Don’s family.
    Don was and will always be a fantastic man I enjoyed every moment being around Don and loved his stories of his Navy career and freemasonry he will be sadly missed.

    Wade Weidenbohm