In Loving Memory
Of
Peter John Martin

Service
TUESDAY 15TH JANUARY 2019. COMMENCING AT 10:30 A.M.
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Royal Children's Hospital

Peter John Martin.
Passed away suddenly on January 4th 2019.
Much loved husband of Ann.
Adored father and father-in-law of
Cameron, Abbie, Stacey and Paul.
Cherished Poppy of Bella, Charley and Oscar.
Forever in our hearts sleep peacefully.

Peter John Martin.
Beloved son of Barbara (dec) and John.
Brother, brother-in- law and uncle to
Brenton, Elizabeth, Leanne and families.
A gentle nature, a heart of gold,
those are the memories we will hold.
Dearly loved, sadly missed.

A Funeral service to celebrate the life of
Peter John Martin will be held at
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home
190 Princes Highway Pakenham on
Tuesday January 15th 2019 commencing at 10:30 a.m.
A private cremation will follow.

In lieu of flowers a donation to
Royal Children’s Hospital
www.rch.org.au
or envelopes will be available on the day.

Condolences / Guest Book

  1. Uncle Pete,
    You were someone special in my life, I don’t think I ever got the chance to actually say it but I think that is just a Martin family thing, you were someone I looked up to. The way you loved your family and especially your grandkids was incredible and something I will aspire to be like when I have my own one day.
    I will never forget our chats about random items you came across and brought to fill that shed, sometimes it felt like an episode of American Pickers. Those times although will never be enough I will remember forever. You may be gone from this earth but never from my heart. Love you Uncle Pete

    Luke Martin
  2. Ann & family, and John & family –
    Our heartfelt condolences on the death of Peter. An eternally kind and gentle man.
    Sheena & John

    Sheena Austin
  3. Wishing you peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. Our thoughts are with you all at this terribly sad time

    Jacquie Brumby & Phill Riseley
  4. Anne,Cameron,stacey Leanne and Liz and families. So sorry to hear of Peter passing. Sending lots of love to you all. Jenny and Barry Cooksley

    Jennifer Cooksley
  5. Ann, Stacey, Cameron and family, we send to you all our deepest condolences on the passing of your husband, father and grandfather. Peter was a genuinely loving person and although we had only met on the odd few occasions he was truely remarkable what a devoted grandfather I can remember always seeing him at school productions, pick ups and assemblys for awards
    And I am sure he was just as wonderful and devoted as a father and husband. May Peter leave this earth knowing he fufilled life’s biggest challenge he found his soulmate whom he loved deeply he created life and he lived a fufilled life and he left 2 amazing pieces of himself here on earth so you’d always have a part of him in Stacey and Cameron.
    May Peters memory live on May he watch over you all from the heavens above and May your hearts heal with time

    The Vidot Family
  6. I had to sadly say goodbye to my Uncle Pete
    You were not only my uncle, but a Dad, Husband, Son, Brother, Pop, and friend.
    No words can describe how sad I was to hear my mum say “this morning we lost uncle Pete” my heart dropped.
    The world has lost another strong, caring, brave, kind, beautiful person that will never be forgotten.
    I wish I could hug you one more time and tell you that I love you.
    No one thought that New Year’s Day would be the last goodbye.
    Your death was unexpected and you couldn’t be revived.
    You left behind your Wife Ann, Dad John, Brother Brenton, Sister Liz, Sister Leanne, Son Cam, Son in law Paul, Daughter Stacey, Daughter-in-law Abbie, Granddaughter Bella, Granddaughter Charley, Grandson Oscar and lots of other family that will forever miss you.
    I can tell you right now Bella, Oscar and Charley will continue to make you proud. They will all strive in life because they had the pleasure of meeting you.
    I think “why did they have to take you”, “ it isn’t him”, “is this a nightmare”
    But there are two moments I will never forget, the moment I first saw you and the moment of your last breath
    I am so lucky I got to know you for so long and I will never ever forget you and I will always love you unconditionally
    6/8/1957 – 4/1/2019
    Forever in our hearts Your niece Bethany

    Bethany Robson