Cnr McLean St & Woongarra Street, Bundaberg Central QLD 4670
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Marc Thomas BLAND

Marc Thomas BLAND was born on 17th July, 1957 and passed away on 14th March, 2017.

The Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, 22nd March, 2017, 10:00am at Chapel, “Branyan Gardens” , Cummins Road, Branyan

Late of Avoca Road, Bundaberg. Passed away at home peacefully with family on March 14, 2017. Beloved husband of “Trish”. Dearly loved father of Troy and Liesha. Loving grandfather of Shailanah. Dearly loved son of Dick & Jean Bland (both dec’d) and son-in-law of Les & Majella (dec’d) Hunt. Loved brother and brother-in-law of Chris, Richard (dec’d), Peter & Claire, Greg & Sandy.

“Forever In Our Hearts”
“Fly Free – Ride Hard”

Relatives and friends of Marc and his family are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral Service to be held at the Chapel, ‘Branyan Gardens’, Cummins Road, Branyan, WEDNESDAY, March 22, 2017 at 10:00am.

2 Replies to “Marc Thomas BLAND”

  1. Well this is going to be so hard to write but you was a good adopted bro we met through your mum and dad when we was living just down the road in Agnes Street George Town Tasmania and your family accepted our family as part of the Bland family.Our children Nathan, Kylie, Kristie, Corey, Bianca and Aaron became great friends with Troy and Liesha. We shared a lot of stories and spent a lot of time with you and your family. We even played summer darts and had fun.. Then you and your family moved up to the top of Agnes Street and we made that slip and slide down the yard, Yes Les did go down and then stuffed his knee but everyone had a go except for me and Trish no way was we doing it. We always had each other doors open for coffee didnt matter what time it was we would be there or here. You and Trish were present at the birth of Blade and the smiles on both your faces were priceless still remember all the laughter and tears you were both very proud. When Wendy had her car accident you was there with Les in a hurry all the support you showed Wendy how to try and cope with this. Wendy remembers the time you turned her tens machine up full strength and didnt she curse you and always said one day that she would do it back to you but she never got the chance sadly You rebuilt the motor for the red holden wagon in your lounge room and that car was like new and had the power. You and Trish were proud as punch when Chloe was born. You was always there for advice as the rest of the family was.We often talk about the shiner that Aaron gave to you we was sitting in the kitchen and you told him to hit you and sure enough we was laughing so hard we all had tears but you wouldnt believe us and we all said hey Marc you are getting a shiner and you said no way so we all said go have a look in the mirror you got the biggest shock and then you had to explain to people how you got it and it was from a little boy.You and Les did the Targa stage together and enjoyed it so much.Then you moved back to Bundie and it was so lonely knowing you were all so far away but would often chat on the phone or over facebook. We are so sorry that we cannot attend your funeral but we will be there in our thoughts and prayers. We will remember you always and also mum and dad and Rich and we will every day talk about you all. R.I.P. Bro no more suffering and sending our love to everyone

  2. Our Screamer, dalrymple sharks rugby player this photo taken in 1997 R.I.P. bro — with Dave Bryan, Leslie Max Pride, Kerrry Dodge, Nigel Youd, Junior, Marc Thomas Bland, Leon, Richard Jaram,
    Clice, Nathan Machen, ??, ??, David Youd, Stephen Tunks, ??
    Deepest sympathy to all the family from the Dalrymple Sharks sorry have not named everyone

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