Jeffrey Towers

In loving Memory of Jeffrey Towers

Jeffrey Towers

13 January 1935 - 27 September 2020

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The service for Jeffrey Towers will be held Friday 2nd October at 11:45 a.m.
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9 Comments

  1. Fond memories of our times water skiing at Melton reservoir.
    Chatting at the Oak Park oval.
    Friendly catch ups over a coffee at Airport West.
    A true gentleman and a good friend who will be sadly missed.

  2. Amazing man and neighbour, who loved to have a chat and never forgot to bring Easter eggs over to my three children. You will be sadly missed! Thoughts are with the family.

  3. Jeff will be sadly missed by all of us at Walkers Doughnuts. A true gentleman who was well respected by all .
    All our love Joe , Jan Rachel & the gang.

  4. They called you the Bushranger in Sydney when you went for the National sales meeting from Victoria You certainly caused a stir. I only knew you for a short time ten years but we became good friends Communicating right up to the end. Fond memories of Debs cafe and Walkers Donuts at Airport West
    .Sadly missed you are now with the love of your life again
    Rob

  5. Jeff the short time i knew U ..
    What can I Say ..
    U Brought a Smile to everyone
    U Spoke Too that walked past Debs Caf .. or Walkers donuts .. at Airport west
    The Coffie’s we had togeather or sitting on the front Veranda at home
    The knowledge U had , the Stories U told .. I Going To miss . 💗
    Thinking of Your Family
    U now With Heather again
    With formgide in your Hand
    Rest in Peace My Friend 💗💗

  6. Jeff’s constant supply of biscuits and chips to our family shaped my taste buds for years to come. He was always good company for a cuppa, bikkie and a chat. He will be missed by many.

  7. Sorry to see you leave this world old friend, the upside is you have now met up with your beloved Heather again. Your celebration at the Crematorium was fantastic you would have been pleased, a credit to Brad and family. Cheers Chris and Allan

  8. So sorry to hear of Jeff’s passing. Many happy memories from Strathmore days.
    To all family members – mourn your loss but treasure your memories.
    Sylvia and Tom Anderson and family

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