Vale Neil Sudbury
- Memorial Service
As many of you know, Dad truly loved where he lived, we can therefore
think of no place he would have preferred for us to say our last
goodbye. A memorial will be held in his home on Saturday
morning. If you wish to bring flowers to leave with Dad,
please do so.
Dad also loved a party, and in his final wishes, Dad asked for his
family and friends to join together one last time and celebrate his
life, in a Mexican themed gathering. He was very specific in
what we should do, and we have done our best to achieve his final
wishes in an appropriate way. A separate marquee has been
arranged near to his house and we would ask you to join us for one last
The road into his property is not currently easily passable by all
vehicles, so we would ask you to please park
in the lot at the corner of Morgans Road and the Old Pacific Highway,
Mount White. When turning off the freeway at the
Mount White exit, it is immediately across the first
intersection. Even if your car is a 4wd, please
park at the top of the hill as there is no parking available on the
Buses will then be operating for the short journey to his
home. Please arrive
no later than 10.30am, Saturday 11 February.
These buses will operate all day for the return trip to the parking
area at any time you choose.
Although Dad was often was lighthearted when speaking of this time, we
would ask that dress is respectful, but please wear sensible
shoes. The few metres from the entrance to his house are not
paved or grassed.
Children are also most welcome. Supervised activities will be
available in the marquee during the memorial service.
This is a difficult time for all, and I again thank you for your
Alex, Ben and Luke
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