In Loving Memory
of
Gregory James ‘Greg’ Dunkley

Service
WEDNESDAY 3RD NOVEMBER 2021 COMMENCING AT 10:30 A.M.

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Gregory James ‘Greg’ Dunkley
Passed away peacefully with
loving family by his side
on Friday 22nd October 2021.
Aged 74 years.
Loved partner of Janet Shelton
for 27 loving years.
Father of Cherene, Beau, Elaina and Beth.
Father-in-law of Joel and Ben.
Pa of Blake, Cailin, Tyler, Ella and Brodi.
Loving brother and brother-in-law of Leanne and Lindsay.

Forever in our hearts.

A Funeral Service for
Greg will be held at
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home
190 Princes Highway, Pakenham on
Wednesday 3rd November 2021
commencing at 10:30 a.m.
A burial will follow at the
Bunyip Cemetery,
Bunyip-Tonimbuk Road, Bunyip.

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to the family, please leave a message on the
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  1. Leanne, I just heard that Greg passed away. I am sending my sincere condolences to you, Lindsay, Janet & his family. My thoughts are with you all. I remember the good times we had camping at Rosebud all those years ago.
    RIP Greg.

    Leanne Bateson (Austin)
    • Thankyou Leanne for your kind thoughts
      and for the happy memories.
      Greg’s passing will leave a big hole in my life but he will always be in my heart as my big brother.
      Miss you Dunks.

      Leane Sharpe (new Dunkley)
  2. Thinking of you, Aunty Janet, and all of the family at this sad time. Reflecting on some wonderful conversations over the years and the help he gave to me at times over my life when I needed a bit of guidance or just a listening and understanding ear. Rest in peace Greg. Wishing we could be there for the family, with much love, Amanda and Hannah xx

    Amanda Shelton
  3. Dear Beau & Cherene,

    Sending you both our sincere condolences on the passing of your father.
    We remember many happy times in the 70s & 80s when we would visit & you to us.
    We shared many a conversation & debate on many deep & thought provoking subjects, none ever solved. Greg always had his head & heart in his love for nature & we’re sure his last project was his most fulfilling.
    With much love to you both at this sad time

    Lyndall, Alan, Cameron & Katherine

    Alan & Lyndall Bacon
  4. Dear Janet and all the family … we were shocked to read of Greg’s passing …. Fond memories working in our Asparagus shed … may he Rest In Peace … love from Sam and Nella Bertuna xxx

    Nella Bertuna
  5. What a sad loss to those who new him, and to the wider communities about which he cared so much, and whom he so lovingly embraced. From the moment I met both of you, Janet, I detected an unimpeachable integrity and a wondrous, shared vision for the environment you each loved so much. Greg and you saw this shared vision to its completion at the property you transformed with such tendance and unstinting labour.

    Greg was determined to make a difference on a broad scale. He and you achieved just that.

    I am emotionally bereft at the loss of a man I consider to have been a great Australian. In this, and many other ways, you were perfectly matched. It was beautiful relationship he shared with you. I have rarely. if ever, encountered two people so palpably in love.

    Bernie McDonald
  6. Janet and Family
    Thinking of you during this difficult time, my sincere condolences to you. It was an honour to have known Greg as a work colleague and a friend. I shared many memorable moments with Greg on trips away for work. I have many wonderful memories of Greg and one in particular was Greg on stage in Warrnambool doing karaoke to Johnny Cash ring of fire.
    RIP Greg.

    Steve Stewart
  7. To Dear Janet and Family.
    Really wishing we could be with you today.
    Will be watching,
    with our love as always,
    Jill and Noel

    Noel Shelton and Jill Jackaman
  8. A beautiful celebration for a beautiful man.
    Wishing you all much love and strength to get through the next chapter.
    Lots of wonderful memories remain,
    Love from Karen and Sheila (and family x)

    Karen Barnett