In Loving Memory
of
Bruce Douglas Boyton

Service
THURSDAY 9TH JULY 2020. COMMENCING AT 10:30 A.M.
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Bruce Douglas Boyton
Passed away suddenly
on July 1st 2020.
Aged 65 years.
Dearly loved husband of Cheryl.
Loved father of Matt, Michael and David.
Loving stepfather of Barbara, Jodie,
John,Shannon and Michelle.
Cherished grandfather of Josh, Dylan,
Mickaylah, Xavier, Mason, Jasmine, Rohan,
Malakye, Jesse, Taylah, Tashintah,
Ryan, Quinton, Lance and Ashton.

To know him was to love him.

Due to the current Government
restrictions Bruce’s family will hold a
private funeral service at
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home,
190 Princes Highway, Pakenham
Thursday 9th July 2020
commencing at 10:30 a.m.
Please contact the family or call
David W Bull Funeral Home if you wish to attend

Please click on the link below to view
the live stream Funeral Service for Bruce,
which is scheduled to commence at
10:30 a.m. on Thursday 9th July 2020.

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

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  1. To Cheryl and family our deepest sympathy for the sad loss of Bruce, he is now in gods hands.

    From Paul and Angela Roberts and family

    Paul roberts
  2. Cheryl , Sending all our love and strength , our thoughts are with you and your family today.
    RIP Bruce , you were a great mate .
    Paul , Donna , Mikaylah & Jack

    Paul Flower
  3. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families at this very sad time. May your many happy memories help you all through this very sad time.
    Dalla Bona Boys

    Bob Dalla Bona
  4. Thanks for all ur help over the years Bruce .
    One of the best
    Gone to soon
    Rest now mate
    Phill Drysdale and family

    Phill Drysdale
  5. To Cheryl and family,
    Please accept our deepest condolences with the passing of Bruce.
    It is with the greatest respect that I write this.
    As I left home on Saturday to head to the bush with a ute full of hounds, I drove past your home and all was quiet. I felt a deep loss of a mate and a fellow hunter.
    I shed many tears on the drive up and had many memorable thoughts of the time that I was lucky enough to have known Bruce, and the pleasure it had been.
    As I walked down the tracks as we do, it was then I said my goodbyes knowing that in these hills Bruce would always be there and clearly visible.
    As I walk these hills in the future I know I will always get a glimpse of him somewhere, and until we meet again I would like to say thank you for your help and friendship.
    Until then …..
    Laurie and Kerri xx

    Laurie Johnson