Maxwell Arthur Thomas Mawson (26 Mar 1937 - 2 May 2020)

Funeral Service

Location
Live Web Streaming available at commencement of service Winchelsea 3241
Date
8th May 2020
Time
1pm
Funeral Director
Jonathan Hepner Funerals

In loving memory of
Maxwell Arthur Thomas Mawson who sadly passed away on 2nd May 2020; Aged 83 years
Son of Wilfred and Mary Mawson (both dec)
Brother of June (dec)
Brother in law of Bryce
Uncle of Ross, Brett, Kim, Darren and their families.

To be an online guest to Max's service please visit
http://jhfunerals.com.au/live-stream/

Stephen Knight lit a candle
Penny Parkinson (Parish) lit a candle
Lawrence & Helen Rolls lit a candle
Lawrence & Helen Rolls wrote

Max was a dear, loyal and faithful member of St Thomas's church familyin Winchelsea and his faith in God was real. Most Sundays Max was there at church and he will be missed enormously by our congregation. Loving sympathy to his family anfd friends from us all.

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Kym Linic (nee Holloway) lit a candle
Kym Linic (nee Holloway) wrote

To my treasured Godfather Max,
So many memories have been captured over the time. From the woolshed, feeding the cattle, exploring in the bush the list goes on. You were a part of our family. You can now rest with Dad along with many other loved ones.
Condolences to Bryce, Ross, Brett, Kim, Darren and families.
Sadly missed xxxx
Kym, Brett, Maddison and Hamish Linic

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Judy & Jock McMahon is attending the funeral
Julie Holloway lit a candle
Adrian Schonfelder wrote

The more humble you are the greater you are.
Deepest condolences to the Mawson family.

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Janice Blick wrote

dear nephew of Aunty Mill and Uncle Ern McConachy (both decd) and cousin of Ray (decd), Eunice, Lorraine, Valerie, Janice and Ian and families. Our condolences to Bryce and family
Fondest memories of our family visits to Wensleydale

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Julie Holloway wrote

Bryce and families,
Please accept our deepest sympathy on the passing of our dear friend Max.
He was a true mate to Ken and a treasured friend to our family. Godfather to Kym.
Ken absolutely loved going out to Max at the farm and did so on many occasions. They spent a lot of time feeding cattle, in the woodshed at shearing time, hay harvesting, mending fences, cutting wood and just doing any farm jobs needed at the time. In the latter years things wound down a bit and watching the footy and sleeping on their chairs became more commonplace with some of Ken's cooking thrown in for good luck.
We loved going to the farm and we thank Max for allowing us to spend time with him out there over so many years. That will always hold special memories in our hearts.
He will be sadly missed. XX
Julie, Kym, Paul Holloway and family.

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Judy & Jock McMahon wrote

Treasured memories of my cousin Max which I will always cherish. Thinking of you Bryce and all the Family.
Sending love from Judy & Jock McMahon and Family.

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Kristine Mellens wrote

It is with great sadness that Max has left us. His parents were very good friends to my new -Australian parents, George and Lily Mellens, 555 Wensleydale Station RD, in the 1950/60s, and I know that George and Lily, (now deceased), would join me in our shock at the sadness of this farewell. May he find peace and rest. Kristine Mellens

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