In Loving Memory

John Alexander Gwynn


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John Alexander Gwynn
12/02/1936 – 03/09/2021
Dearly loved husband of Nola (dec)
Loving father and father-in-law to
Cheryl (dec), Kay and Nigel, Ann and Michael. 
Dearest Pop to Luke and Bec, Maddie, 
Keaton and Tadan.
Loving great Pop to Maisie and Sammy.
Always in our hearts.

Family and friends are invited
to celebrate the life of
Mr John Alexander Gwynn at
 David W Bull Drouin Funeral Home
2 Porter Place, Drouin on
 Thursday 16th September 2021
commencing at 10:30 a.m.
A private cremation will follow.

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to the family, please leave a message on the
“Leave a condolence” link located on this page.

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  1. John was a great mate when we were either playing golf, working at the Drouin Club House or having my son and John’s grandson with us when we went fishing he helped me get a van at Loch Sport caravan park but forgot to tell me about the mozzies. We remember him with great fondness and help he was a friend to be counted upon.

    Terry and Diana Hayler
    • Hi Terry and Diana. Thankyou for your kind words and thorts. We would like to invite you to dads funeral as you shared many years at drouin golf club together.

      Kay Vaneerden
  2. Remembering John with great fondness. Johnny has now been reunited with his Nola. Our thoughts are with his family.

    Karen and Phil Adams

    Phil and Karen Adams
  3. My deepest sympathy to Anne, Kay and families during this sad time. I will cherish my memories of my time in Nojee and your Mum and Dad’ s acceptance of me at the time…….
    Big hugs!

    Karen Alley
  4. Dearest Uncle Johnny, RIP with your beloved Nola and Cheryl, you will be sadly missed by so many.
    My deepest condolences to Kay, Ann and families.

    Dianne Crisp
  5. To Kay, Anne and families,
    Our prayers and thoughts are extended towards you all.
    Take the time to smile because your Dad lived! Cherish his memory and let it live on in all you do.
    You will find your Dad alongside you in many a task and conversations will continue to be had.
    Dads give us strength, support and protection and will do so after death because of how they lived their lives.
    A thank-you for how our son, Nigel, was welcomed into the family. We know that John was appreciated and respected for his invaluable guidance, advice and support.
    A life filled with so many stories and experiences. John was an absolute gentleman and a pleasure to have known.
    Barbara, Arthur and Jason Bird

    Barbara and Arthur Bird
  6. Uncle Johnny,
    You were certainly one in a million.
    I have so many memories of our holidays to visit you and Nola, getting excited when we knew you were coming to visit us in Mildura, and hearing your laugh and cheeky comments over the phone.
    Thank you for being such a loving, giving and caring person in my life, and thank for loving my mum like one of your daughters.
    You are unforgettable. Enjoy being back with Nola.
    Love you forever. Xxx

    Chantelle Wyld
  7. Uncle John,
    My heart is broken that I couldn’t be there today to say goodbye to you!
    You were such a huge part of my life, and I will always fondly remember our holidays to visit you and Nola! Horse bites, vegemite baths and helping you in your shop are some of my favourites!
    May you Rest In Peace with your beautiful Nolly Polly! Give her a big kiss from me!
    Until we see you both again, sending you lots of love always xxxxx

    Jacinta Kolpin
  8. Dear Kay, Nigel and family.
    Thinking of you all and this very sad time of the loss of your Dad.
    Our thoughts are with you. Xxxxx

    Bernadette Barrett