In Loving Memory
Peter Manley O’Dea


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A Requiem Mass for
Peter O’Dea will be held at
Corpus Christi Catholic Church
15 Granite Lane, Tynong on

Friday 14th January 2022
commencing at 10:30 a.m.

A burial will follow at the
Maryknoll Cemetery

Koolbirra Rd, Maryknoll.

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  1. Our love and prayers to Letitia, Leza and family at this very sad time. Remembering the good times, car rallies and dinners we shared, and the hours in our sheds working on the vintage cars. Good memories of a great family man and a very dear friend who will be sadly missed.

    Marj and Tom Hogan
  2. Peter was a good man many conversation about our Christian faith was a memory I will have of him nice man sadly missed may god carry him home to rest god bless him fly angel home

    Gerald prestt
  3. My sincere condolences to all Peter’s near and dear ones. I only knew Peter for about 3 years, but enjoyed is warm, caring and honest nature. We will miss him in our Men’s Shed singing group.

    Leigh Blashki
  4. Sending all our love and prayers to Uncle Peter, Auntie Letty and Liza during this time and in the difficult times ahead. Uncle Peter was a kind and happy man. Thank you for your warmth and memories – they are truly treasured by us. Rest In Peace Uncle Peter.

    Juliet and Jareen Summerhill
  5. My condolences to Peters family on the sudden loss of their husband father and grandfather I for one will miss his company both being together at our men shed singing group and our coffees together discussing what ever was happening at the time I will the tours of his workshop and garden etc Peter was quite a talent without putting tickets on himself and in the months he has helped a lot around my unit so god bless you Peter going to miss you more than you can imagine

    Eddie Lloyd
  6. Peter and I shared many hours together renovating and painting back in the 90s and he was always a joy to work with solving problems and with a mischievous smile always on his face.
    His many charitable jobs done for the school at Tynong [especially the remarkable stone base for Our Lady’s Statue ] and also at his beloved Latin Mass church at Tynong leaves a legacy for all to see and admire. Peter we miss you and will continue to pray for you. Condolences to his wife and daughter and all his relations.

    kees van strijp