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Arthur Christopher Mackie

Arthur Christopher Mackie  was born on 16th August, 1946 and passed away on 27th August, 2020.

Arthur Christopher Mackie aged 74 years. Late of Chappell Hills Road, South Isis and formerly of Monto. Passed away peacefully on the 27th August 2020. Beloved husband of Lynette. Dearly loved father & father-in-law of Joanne & Mark, Christopher, Deborah & Robin and Darryl & Natalie. Loving grandad of Ella, Sam, Sarah, Maddison, Jackson, Matthew, Thomas, Jessica, Bayley, Lachlan, Oliver, Lincoln and Lacey. Great-grandad to Billie-Jean. Loved brother, brother-in-law & uncle of respective families.
“Forever In Our Hearts”
A Funeral Service will be held at Branyan Gardens, Cummins Road, Branyan on Friday 11th September.
Please RSVP to attend – Deborah Dixon
COVID-19 restrictions of no more than 100 people to attend a Funeral Service.

17 Replies to “Arthur Christopher Mackie”

  1. Sorry hear you went to heaven Arthur, so privileged to have met you several occasions over the years but your legacy lives on with your beautiful wife and amazing children. Rest In Peace now. Love and hugs to all of your family here on Earth making sure your memories are always kept alive. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  2. Arthur was a great man/Mentor to many people in the bay. Phil and family are wishing you the comfort, the courage to face the days ahead, and happy memories to forever hold in your hearts about Arthur. May Arthur rest in peace and live on within the memories and hearts of his family and friends. Sorry i have to decline to go to Branyan Garden. Our thoughts are with you. Philip Mason

  3. Lyn I am so sorry but I will not be able to attend Arthur’s funeral. Would love to come, but I am unable to drive at present
    due to having a knee replacement done in July. I know Arthur and Len were best mates, and now they are both in a better place.

  4. Sorry we can’t be with you on this sad day. Sending you our love as you say goodbye to your much loved family member. Arthur will always be in your hearts and look back on all the happy times you had together.

  5. HI” Deb, our condolences to mum, Jo,, you Deb, Chris, Darrel and Family’s. Unfortunately we are unable to attend the funeral. We would like to be sent the link please so that we can be there in this way

  6. Hello We are sending our inability to be there with you ,We will be thinking of you all 🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷wish we could be there tell him Sharon Deb and Mel did sneak out of debs window 🤣 those were some good days and we have great memories and it was a real special moment and car to take my daughter Kayla to her formal we will remember day you made real special 🚘 Rest In Peace 🕊Arthur 🎣love from all of us xo love shaz Phil Kayla Dylan 🌼

  7. We would like to send our condolences to the Mackies with the loss of Arthur.
    I’m sorry to have never met him but have heard lots of stories from Jo of his love of fishing and old cars.
    It is a very sad time for you all and you are in our thoughts.
    Sarah, Adrian, Chloe and Baden – cousins from Melbourne

  8. Hi Deb, Peter & I would like to attend Arthur’s Service, if there is space available.
    We send our love and hugs to Lyn and all your families.
    XX Peter & Sue Trott

  9. Dear Lyn, Jo, Chris, Deb and Darryl. Thank you for allowing us to say goodbye to Arthur as all your family got together for the last time just a few weeks ago. We cannot get across the border but please stream to us if it is available.
    We first met on the day we arrived in Monto in early 1975. At that time the Mackies lived with Arthur’s mother Jean in Leichhardt St. Arthur invited me to go fishing with him that day. 6 months later we formed the Monto Deep Sea Fishing Club at the Royal Hotel. This was the start of a 45 year friendship full of love, trust and respect that for us has no comparison and will continue for the rest of our lives. Arthur was a special man who had dreams and sufficient drive to turn many of them into reality. We are honoured to have been a small part of his life and of your lives. Till we meet again, fly high Arthur.

  10. Unfortunately I can’t make it to Bundaberg but I am thinking of and sending condolences to Lyn and family at this sad time. RIP Arthur.

  11. Sorry to hear of Arthur’s passing. Our deepest sympathy. Thinking of you all and all our love from Paula and Steve, Sue, Karen and Hayden

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