In Loving Memory
of
Johan Gramc

Service
MONDAY 7TH JUNE 2021. COMMENCING AT 1.30 P.M.
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Johan passed away at home with family
and is finally at peace. 
He has joined his Mum & Dad and
four older sisters and son Bernard.

A Funeral service to celebrate
the life of
Johan Gramc will be held at
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home
190 Princes Highway, Pakenham on
Monday 7th June 2021
commencing at 1.30 p.m.
A private cremation will follow.

Invite only due to the
current Government restrictions
maximum of 10 may attend.

Please note, due to the government restrictions
regarding Covid-19 you will be required 

to sign in via the QR code provided at the chapel.

Please click on the link below to
view the Service for Johan
which is scheduled to commence at
1.30 p.m. on Monday 7th June 2021.

Click here to view the live stream of Johan’s service

Should you wish to send your personal condolences
to the family, please leave a message on the
“Leave a condolence” link located on this page.

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  1. My sympathy to Eva & son john . May he rest in peace .I will miss our visit & chat about old times . Together with his parents & sisters & his son Bernard .

    Dragana Eacott
  2. For Auntie Eva and Cousin John,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Uncle Johnny was such a kind, smart, handsome man. Wherever I was in the world Uncle John took the time to write to me, this meant so much and I still have cards from him. He will be missed by so many.

    Patricia Davidson (Djordjevic)
  3. I will deeply miss my Uncle John. He meant so much to me and was dearly loved. He was always supportive and caring of me and my family, particularly since my mother, his sister passed away. My Uncle John was a role model of strength, survival, resilience, and love. He loves my Aunt Eva and together they have survived much hardship and tragedy with such dignity. I will always remember him. My, and my family (Steven, Tyrone, Paris) send deep condolences to my Aunt Eva and Cousin John.

    Alexsandra Randjelovic
  4. I did not know our uncle as well as i would have liked. He carried that beautiful Granc smile that his sisters carried which is what i will always remember. Uncle John will always be remembered as uncle Johnny.
    My sincere condolence to Auntie Eva and cousin John.
    Alex Djordjevic

    Alex Djordjevic
  5. Wonderful memories of our Uncle Johan. He was a true Gentleman. We will always remember him for his gentle persona and kindness
    Our deepest sympathy to John and Aunty Eva.
    Olga and Andrew Mackintosh

    Olga Mackintosh { Djordjevic}
  6. To Dear Jon & Eva,
    We wish to pass on our deepest condolences & share your most inner thoughts at this sorrowful time. The service & eulogy was most inspirational & we appreciate the Gramc family history starting from unbelievable hardship to ultimately persevering to provide new opportunities for the family.
    Warmest regards
    Julie & John Gamble

    Julie & John Gamble
  7. Uncle Johnny was the only son amongst 5 sisters that’s got to be a whole story in itself. We were so happy to have seen you a few months ago and to be able to have come to say goodbye on Monday. You will be missed by us and my mum (your sister) Katie as you spoke to each other nearly every day. To John and Aunty Eva we are thinking of you stay strong.

    Alexandra Warner & Neil Warner