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Alfred Ivor Wood (Alf)

Alfred Ivor Wood (Alf)   was born on 2nd September, 1933 and passed away on 10th March, 2021.

Late of Strathdee Avenue, Bundaberg and formerly of Yarram Victoria. Alf passed away peacefully on 10th March 2021. Loved husband of Margaret (dec’d) and loving partner of Helen.  Dearly loved father and father-in-law of Jennifer, Sandra & Carey, Graeme & Jenelle, Trish & Ian, Robert & Melissa, Karen & Walter. Loving Poppy of Simon, Hannah, Jacqueline, Bohdon, Amy, Jessie, Aaron, Isaac, Rachael, Aquilla, David, Katie, Emma, Grace, Teagan, and Lachlan. Great grand Poppy of Elke, Joshua, James, Chelsea, Zuki, Asta, Zara, Sebastian, Ari and Zoe.  Loved brother and brother-in-law of Eleanor & Joe (dec’d), Laurie (dec’d) & Dorothy. Dearly loved uncle of respective families.

A Funeral Service will be held on Friday 19 March 2021 at 10am at the Church of Nazarene, 33 Steffensen Street, Bundaberg followed by private interment at Branyan Gardens ‘Garden of Rest’ Cemetery.

18 Replies to “Alfred Ivor Wood (Alf)”

  1. Such a kind generous man. Passed, but certainly no forgotten. My heartfelt condolences to his family.

  2. My Deepest sympathies to Jenny, Sandra, Graeme, Trish, Robbie, Karen and families, Uncle Alf was such a larrikin, he always made us laugh with his stories and antics. Going to miss his visits to Mum in Yarram.

  3. We will all miss you Uncle Alf. Such a wonderful and funny character and explorer of this great land. We will miss those funny jokes, photos of your adventures and the campervan parked outside the front of Mums. Deepest condolences to all the family. Xx

    1. Will miss our cheeky cousin. Lots of good memories of happy times. Luvs ya Alf. Condolences to all his loved ones.

  4. Enjoy riding your PennyFarthing through the Universe Uncle Alf, will miss you.
    Love to all your beautiful family ❤️

  5. So sorry to hear this. Such a lovely man. I will miss seeing him and his bird in the swamp. Love to the family, and big hugs to Helen.
    Carole & Barrie Powell

  6. Hi to our dear cousins, we have just managed to gather together with Mum and watch this lovely tribute to your beloved Dad. We were sad that distance didn’t allow us to be with you but feel we were there in spirit. We will miss him very much, we have many fond memories of a wonderful man and as Dad used to call him “Bunter”. xoxo
    We are hoping our flowers reached you as there was a bit of a hitch with the order 💞

  7. Belated, deepest sympathy to Jennifer, Sandra, Graeme, Trish, Robert and Karen. Often wonder where you all are, decided to Google Alf’s name and this is what I found. Have great memories of decades long gone and many happy times with Margaret and Alf and then together with our families in Yarram, Tarra Valley and Bundaberg. Memories of Yarram and Tarra Valley always include memories of ‘The Woods.’ We now live in Pakenham, haven’t been to Yarram for a few years, if any of you are passing through to Yarram would love to catch-up. I am on Facebook. I still have letters written to me from your mother.
    I’m sure both your father and your mother are resting in peace, they were both good, ‘salt of the earth,’ people.
    Love, sympathy and God bless one and all. Margaret and Vin Kelly

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