In Loving Memory 
Ian Gregory Daymond


Ian Gregory Daymond 
Passed away with family by his side
on September 7, 2019. Aged 57 Years.
Loved husband of Sandra for 27 years.
Loved son, brother, brother-in-law and uncle.
Always in our hearts.

Seconds, minutes, days the longer you are missing
from my life the more my heart breaks.
I have so many good memories of the life we shared.
We had many great times and lots of fun and laughs
along the way. There are so many things
I could say but it would not make any difference.
Our home will never be the same without you,
if my love could have saved you,
you would still be here with me.
– Love you forever Sandra xo

We will miss your sense of humour Ian,
much loved brother of Alysa, brother in law of Joe,
Uncle to Belinda,  Simon,  Chloe (dec) and William,
great uncle to Tyler, Ellie, Macey and Chloe,
Fly high little bro, cheers.

Family and friends of
Ian Daymond
are warmly invited
to celebrate his life
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home 

190 Princes Highway Pakenham on
September 12th 2019
commencing at 2:30 P.M.

A private cremation will follow.

In lieu of flowers donations to
or envelopes will be available at the service.


Condolences / Guest Book

  1. RIP Ian you fought the battle of your life
    Will miss our chats at Olivia’s hotel
    Condolences to Sandra and family he was lucky to have such tremendous support and love from you all
    Fly free ❤️

    Karen Russell
  2. Beloved brother, brother in law, uncle and great uncle to Alysa, Joe, Belinda, Simon, Chloe (Dec) and William, Tyler, Ellie, Macey and Chloe. Will miss your sense of humour, sleep peacefully Ian.

    Alysa Hulbert
  3. Ian, you were one of a kind. Funny, honest, loyal and caring, you were the best brother in law anyone could ask for. You made sure we were ok always in your round about way and most importantly you loved and protected our children as if they were your own. You are already missed and will always be loved. We look forward to seeing you again one day, until then we know you will be watching over us. We are so glad your pain is gone, you were so brave. You will be remembered often, until we meet again. We love you Dave and Rae xoxoxo

    Raelene Anderson
  4. Uncle Ian forever in our hearts. I can’t believe you’re gone. You got taken from us too. I will forever cherish the memories we made together. Thank you for being the best uncle anyone could ask for. I’ll definitely be having a drink or ten for ya. Love you forever and always, big heaps xoxox

    Taylor and Daniel
  5. Thanks for being such a great bloke Ian. I knew I only knew you for such a short time but thank you for making me feel welcome and like apart of The family. Lighting up everyone’s day with your humour. My condolences Daniel

  6. You were an amazing uncle. I love and miss you so much already. You will always hold a special place in my heart and I’ll forever cherish the memories we have, not a moment that will go by where I won’t think of you, love you big heaps xxxx

    Ebbony Van Hamond
  7. Uncle Ian, I am so lost for words I love you more than imaginable and will always cherish our time together until we meet again loving you always your favourite niece xx