In Loving Memory
Raymond Leslie ‘Ray’ Wilson

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Raymond Leslie Wilson
Passed away peacefully
with family by his side.
10/07/1928 – 16/09/2020
Dearly loved husband of Beryl (dec)
Loving father of Sally and Helen (dec)
Respected father-in-law of Norm.
Cherished grandfather of
Luke and Chanda, Glen, Scott and Shae.
Adored great grandfather of Santoro,
Spencer, Ariya, Javika and Klaara.

A gentle nature, a heart of gold,
these are the memories we will hold.
Loved and remembered always.

A Funeral service for
Ray will be held at
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home,
190 Princes Highway, Pakenham on
Friday 25th September 2020
commencing at 11:00 a.m.
A private cremation will follow.
Invite only due to the
current Government restrictions
maximum of 10 may attend

Please click on the link below to
view the Chapel Service for Ray
which is scheduled to commence at
11:00 a.m. on Friday 25th September 2020.

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

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to the family, please leave a message on the
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  1. Life long friend and neighbour of many years of the Bishop family. We all enjoyed Ray’s (Kanga’s) company at the local dances. He will be sadly missed. Alex and Dorothy (Bishop).

    Dorothy Burgess nee Bishop
  2. Condolences to Sally and family. Remembering a good and friendly neighbour for over 40 years. Rest in peace Ray.
    Anne & Peter Jubb

    Anne & Peter Jubb
  3. Our love of Lawn bowls started 2 years ago with Ray. He patiently explained and demonstrated. Such a special man, always ready for a chat, with a lovely dry sense of humour. He will be greatly missed.
    R.I.P. Ray.

    Gillian and Tony Abbott
  4. Dear Sally,

    I am sending lots of love to you and your family at this sad time.

    When I think about Uncle Ray the first word that springs to mind is integrity.

    Ray was a hard worker, a practical problem solver and someone who was as fiercely independent as he was loyally devoted to his family. He was someone you could always depend upon to get the job done. Ray’s intelligence was evident in his love of learning as his wonderful dry wit.

    So many of Uncle Ray’s best qualities shine on in you Sally.

    Lots of love to you and your family today and always,

    Bernadette x

    Bernadette Wilson
  5. Our most deepest condolences on the passing our Uncle Ray xx
    Thinking of all the family
    Ash, Nick & Sebastian
    Jarrod & Bec
    Georgia & Andrew
    Greg, Julie,Jack & Darcy
    Memories are precious and yours to treasure

    Heather Brain
  6. Dear Sally and family,
    Please accept my deepest sympathy. He was such a lovely man and I am sure you will miss him greatly.
    With love


    Kathy Rowe
  7. Dear Sally and family

    My thoughts are with you all .
    His service was lovely and he would have been very proud of you all and the way you spoke and supported one another .
    With love ,
    Jeanette Nadenbousch

    jeanette cronin