In Loving Memory
John William Darmody


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John William Darmody
Passed away peacefully on
30th October 2021 Aged 84 Years.
Beloved husband of Nola for 61 years.
Father of Julie-Ann, Sharon Lee (dec) and Rodney.
Father-in-law of David and Mandy.
Loved Poppy to Leeanne, Janelle and Lisa.
Brother of May (dec), Sarita, Terry and Joe (dec).

Until we meet again.

A Funeral Service
for John
will be held at
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home
190 Princes Highway Pakenham on
Thursday 11th November 2021
commencing at 1:30 p.m.
A private cremation will follow.

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  1. Sending you all our biggest condolences amazing memories and a true gentleman who we so very much loved, RIP Uncle John love Karen Otto Jordan and Breeanne xx

    Okkels ashwood family
  2. Thinking of you all and sending many thoughts. Rest In Peace Uncle John, thank you for the wonderful memories.
    Deb, Heath, Harry and Leo xoxo

    Deb Austin
  3. RIP John. Great workmate and lot of many treasured memories. The best we have worked with. Sadly missed. Always will be in our hearts. Love to Nola and the family.

    David Tannahill & John Hargraves
  4. Sad to see you leave us John. I happily worked with you for so long. I hope that you got to see and do everything that you had planned in your retirement.

    David Birchall
  5. So sorry to hear of the passing of John. We all have great memories of the great character he was. Extending deepest sympathy to Nola and all his family at this sad time.

    Stewie & Helen Spence, Garth & Leonie
  6. John Darmody
    One of the greatest people I have met.As a young guy coming into the maniacal world of the tank I was a bit shell shocked with the fast pace of cards,tv and coffee but when things went wrong it was frantic and dangerous.I was very lucky to have been placed on Blue shift under Johns wing and he taught me so much but if you did it wrong you knew it lol.
    We talked about his horses (shame he couldn’t pick a decent one) and his dogs and his madness for Essendon.
    Guiseppe I will miss you dearly my friend but KIWIS still work harder.
    Rest In Peace big man and enjoy your PK gum,Coke and Cigar on a stick while following the dogs
    Condolances to Nola and family

    Stephen Constable
  7. I worked with John at the hot end at Pilkington, he was a great guy, he helped me understand the process before he left, which because of him I’ve be able to help others, my deepest condolences to the family, he will never be forgotten.
    Sincerely Warren Kelly

    Warren Kelly
  8. A wonderful man, loving husband and caring and compassionate father. He will be sadly missed. May his legacy live on in his children and grand children.

    Neil Rankcom