6 comments


  • Merle and Kevin

    Oh my, please accept our condolences as this will be a big loss to your whole family, you did so well with this long illness. Rest in Peace Marcel though we had not spoken for a long time we have know each other a long time. All the best to all your loved ones. Thinking of you all Merle and Kevin.

    February 25, 2018
  • Ron

    Finally, after a long and courageous battle, he leaves us with memories of strength, fortitude and love. We can all learn from him.
    From Scotland, with love.
    RR

    February 25, 2018
  • Simone

    Your words are lovely Maria. So apt for our brother. He will be missed by all of us in so many ways. I can’t believe he is not here to jolly us along and give his such solid advice. To have fun st the family gatherings st his house and to laugh at us and stir in good humour as he so readily did. He was talented in so many ways. We will all miss him. Simone, Anil and family xx

    February 26, 2018
  • Simone

    Oops – I meant laugh with us as he so readily did. So glad he enriched our lives, so sad he is no longer physically present. Anna and Reuben have been amazing – he and we couldn’t have wished for more. Always with you Marcel.
    Love Simone xx

    February 26, 2018
  • anonymous

    Uncle Marcel,

    You have taught me to live life to the fullest, until we met again.

    Death is a funny thing,

    We’re shocked, yet, understand,

    We fear, yet, do not understand,

    We’re lonely, yet, surrounded

    We reflect, accept, reconstruct

    Yet a void, only you can fill

    February 26, 2018
  • Dorothy

    Well spoken, he is all those things plus more.
    His faith was of exemplary fervour, a tremendously capable soul for uplifting the downhearted.
    Number nine in order of birth,but his leadership was in first position.
    You well deserved this peace, with love, Mum

    February 27, 2018

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