In Loving Memory
Jim Gargan

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Jim Gargan
(Evelin Mervyn James)

Peacefully on 4th February, 2021.
Aged 96 years.
Loved husband of Veronica (Von)
for 73 loving years.
Loving father and father-in-law of 
Cheryl and Andrew, Dennis and Mary,
Nigel, Kerry, Michael and Sheryl.
Treasured grandpa and great grandpa.
Devoted son of James and Alix (both dec)

Do not be sad that I have gone,
be glad that I have been.


Rosary will commence
at 11:00 a.m. prior to Mass.

Requiem Mass for the
repose of the soul for 

Jim will be offered at
St Patrick’s Catholic Church,
142 Princes Highway, Pakenham on
 Wednesday 10th February 2021.
following Rosary.
A burial will follow
at the Pakenham Cemetery
Thewlis Road Pakenham

Due to government restrictions please
complete attendee list upon arrival.

Please click on the link below to
view the Church Service for Jim
which is scheduled to commence at
11:30 a.m. on Wednesday 10th February 2021.

Click here to view the Church Service for Jim.

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  1. Sorry to hear about Jim.To me and Paulien he was a wonderful caring person who was always concerned for us and our families.A fantastic neighbour always willing to help and loved to chat over a cuppa.A true gentleman and a privilege to have known him .for over twenty years like a Dad to me.Condolences to Von and family .God bless Paul and Paulien Clark.

    Paul Raymond Clark
  2. As my Godfather, Uncle Jim has been a huge influence in my life nurturing the love of horticulture, with the many years spent at Delmore in the school holidays helping in their market garden still instilled in us today while looking after our own orchard and greenhouse on our property in Kilmore East. For that Uncle Jim, I will be forever grateful. While the time with Uncle Jim seems short , his giving nature will always be in the forefront of my memory as he worked on an old car so that I would have a car to drive around in Tooradin when I came to stay. I have never forgotten.
    As my Godfather, Uncle Jim was always there for me and Fiona and I will always remember his kindness, his wonderful smile and great hugs. Uncle Jim had such a gentle soul and we will both miss him terribly and our hearts go out to Aunty Vonnie, as they shared such a long life together, may he rest in peace.

    Our loving thoughts and sincerest condolences to our wonderful Aunty Vonnie and the family. Love Kevin and Fiona

    Kevin Maher and Fiona Harrell-Maher
  3. Condolences to Von and all the family. With lots of love from Marilyn Blackwood and Val Hardy. Thinking of you all and sending out BIG hugs. Xx

    Marilyn Blackwood