SHORES, Geoffrey John

SHORES, Geoffrey John

8.6.1953 – 13.4.2022

The Service to Celebrate Geoffrey’s Life

will be held at the Sanctuary Reflection Space

Bunurong Memorial Park

790 Frankston-Dandenong Rd, Dandenong South

on Tuesday, April 26, 2022

Commencing at 2.30 pm.

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Private Cremation

4 Tributes

  1. Merilyn Anne Strong
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    You were loyal to the causes you were passionate about.
    You never shied away from hard work.
    You were always willing to lend a hand to others in need.
    You cared for our mum in her time of need.
    You strived for perfection.
    Memories of you will always be in our hearts and minds.
    You are at peace now.
    Merilyn and David

  2. Ian and Richard
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    Geoff was an important part of Christie Cycles for many years. We remember him as an expert mechanic, an honest and gentle salesman, patient, thoughtful and considerate. He was always reliable, diligent and dedicated. Cycling was both his work and one of his hobbies, a big part of his life. We were glad and privileged to have him work with us. Gone but not forgotten.
    Ian and Richard

  3. Vicki Shores
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    Geoff you were a very strong and dedicated person who loved the outback, Indigenous culture and didgeridoos, along with cycling, walking, horses and being out in nature. Sadly you suffered in these later years but now your spirit is free. Rest in peace cousin.

  4. Alan Shores
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    Geoff, you were always the big brother I looked up to when we were growing up. Together we played football, went to see the Richmond Tigers with dad, played tennis, did gymnastics and also went to work with dad at the Government Printing Office each xmas school holidays. Although we went in separate directions after our school years, so many memories of you will always be with me. From your hand painted (by brush!!) pale green FJ holden, your Honda 500 motorbike, your horses and cycling adventures , your connection to the indigenous people, your love of the outdoors and wildlife, and of course, your skillful and highly regarded didgeridoo playing. An art respected by many.
    Geoff, you lived life your way and I watched you suffer for way too long. Rest in peace. A brother gone, but not forgotten.

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