Tully, Justin Raymond

Justin Raymond Tully

'A Fighting Fury'

Passed away 18th April (aged 48).

 Born to parents Titch & Lorraine Tully.

Married to Amy Tully and Father to Lachlan, Harrison and Mia.

Justin was always the life of every party and had some serious funky dance moves. He was a bushman, tradesman, mischievous, cheeky, loyal and quick-witted. Justin loved the Richmond Tigers and taking his family to the MCG on game day.

His family was his whole world. You will be in our hearts forever.

We love you Justin.

 You are so cherished by your loving Parents, Family and Friends.

The Service to Celebrate the Life of Justin will be held

in the Cumulus Stratus Reflection Space at Bunurong Memorial Park

790 Frankston Dandenong Road, Dandenong South

On Tuesday May 2nd, 2023 at 11:30am

For those who cannot attend, the service will be streamed via the following link:


Following the service please join us at Frankston Football Club,

Plowman Place, Frankston

 where we will continue Celebrating Justin's Life.

24 Tributes

  1. Aunty
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    Fave, life will never be the same without you

  2. Joanne Drew
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    Justin you will be so missed your happy disposition and your love for your family & friends and your love of your beloved Tigers 🐯 I know you will be watching over your family and your children from heaven ❤️ fond memories of you will be mine to keep🥰

  3. Brad Fehr
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    A great man who was always lighting up every room with a smile and a laugh. Loved a beer with his mates and led the way to making great memories.
    Courageous and fair footballer who made his teammates stand taller in his presence. Hard as a cats head. Not sure about your pre game routine though!!
    The clubs you were associated with were lucky to have you around.
    A true friend that made time for anyone and everyone.
    You will be sadly missed mate.
    Rest easy brother. ❤️

  4. Michelle Vella
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    You are no longer earthside but everytime someone thinks of you they will smile or laugh because that’s what you did to us all, you made us happy.

    You gave the best cuddles and will be missed so much. Love you xo

  5. Grant Maclean
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    Tull our mate, you were just a young kid when I meet you, funny with a passion for living life to the fullest, bringing that smile to every situation, to know that I’ll never hear “ Hey Grunter “ & turning to see you has been a hard thing to grasp, I’m watching our TIGES as I’m writing this and there struggling as I am to write this, I hope your resting mate you fought hard RIP MATE 💛🖤

  6. McKenzie family
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    To Titch, Lorraine Amy and kids, a gorgeous boy taken too young, sorry we can’t be there in person but our thoughts and love are with you
    Macca, Sandra and family (Adelaide) xx

  7. Terri Raffaut
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    Justin, you were taken way to early. My heart goes out to Amy, your children, your family and everyone who knew you.
    From what I’ve heard you put up a great fight.
    I have a lot of great High School memories, fun times with lots of parties.
    Terri & Sylvin

  8. Rob and Faith Cook
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    Tully, with a heavy heart we write this. Life and work will never be the same without you. Wherever you were, there was a party to be had. The laughs, the adventures, all the good times we shared, will never be forgotten, they will forever be cherished in our hearts. We both feel so privileged to be able to call you our friend and to have had you in our lives. As usual you put up the greatest fight now it’s time for you rest.
    Rest in peace Tully
    Love always
    Rob and Faith

  9. Lorraine Tully
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    Justin our hearts are broken , all I have left now , you always called me Mama everytime I hear that Queen song Mama we have you with us. I never realised how hard it is to loose a child, to everyone who has lost a child , I know how you feel , I am so lucky we had our beautiful son for 48 years . Our life’s will not be the same without your cheeky smile in our hearts for ever.
    Love you forever
    Mum Dad & Kristy xxx

  10. Brenda Leigh
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    Justin I will miss seeing you in the shed with Rob, I’ll miss sending you horse tips, I’ll miss your happy go lucky attitude and your smile 😊 you fought a tough fight, rest in peace, sending love to all the family and friends love Brenda 😢❤️😢

  11. John Lakey & Annette Jamieson
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    We send our deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences to Amy, Lachlan, Harrison, Mia, Titch, Lorraine and Kristy.

    Justin was a unique and charismatic person who could inspire warmth and happiness among others. He possessed a zest for life, a cheeky, mischievous smile, an infectious sense of humour, and was a master of the “one-liner”.

    He was a committed Father who adored his Family, the odd beer and punt with his mates at the track and watching his beloved Richmond Tigers with his Family at the “G”.

    Justin will be sincerely missed by all who had the privilege to have known him. A Tenacious Tiger to the final siren.

    Rest easy, Tull, “Yellow and Black!”

    In our hearts evermore,

    John & Annette 💛🖤

  12. Mason Pearce
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    You know I became good friends with you in a very unfortunate manner, when both you and Tony picked me up to take me to a mutual friend’s funeral Kane Lyons he also was gone way too early but through our grief we forged a Friendship one that would last for decades ! We had many special moments Tull and I just want to thank you for allowing me to be your mate until we meet again bubble Rok on my friend I love you

  13. Phil Cipriani
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    Tull , have known you for over 35 years and you were the life of every party. Always a great friend to have a beer and a chat with. Premiership teammate Gone way too early. Love and condolences to all your family. Gonna miss your smiling and happy face.
    Rest in paradise my friend ❤️

  14. Ebs
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    All I can do is smile, laugh, cry laugh and cry.. so many memories. To pick one, I just can’t, how bout I say picnic point. That will cover a lot.. you will be so missed buddy oxox

  15. Andrew Finkelde
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    Whilst, I really only got to know you well after you got sick, I am so glad that we became friends.
    Your determination and gritty resolve to fight was inspiring.
    The love you had for those around you and the smile you bought to everyone’s face was awesome to see.
    Team Statler and Waldorf is because of you.
    Yellow and Black

  16. Cornthwaite Family
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    Our love and strength go out to Titch, Lorraine, Amy, Lachlan, Harry, Mia and the Kohn family. We absolutely adored Tull, was always the life of the party! So many funny memories to hold and treasure! Rest peacefully now Tull xxxx

  17. Enzo Cid
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    Played Supers footy together in 2012 for Heatherton when I first started my journey playing the game thanks to Adam Williams and Andrew Nash !! Tull was awesome in the middle , just super tough and feel blessed to have played along side each other for that one special year !! And as the years went on there were some bloody good times with the guy ❤️🙏🏾❤️

  18. Kalem
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    Tull you were always the life of the party. When ever there was a quiet moment u would always be the first to bring the mood back up.

    Our 7 years at Star Ceilings i will remeber forever as some of the best times.

    Your fought a brave battle now its time to rest and watch over your family and friends as we all remeber such a ripping bloke.

  19. Shanay
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    Rest in peace Uncle Tull.
    I will forever miss our footy banter.
    Heaven is so lucky to have you

    Love Shanay and Marcus x

  20. Tammy Quirk
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    What a fight you gave thanks for making my little sister so happy and giving us 2 beautiful kids to love
    Loved watching you stir Amy up every family function with the biggest smile on your face
    We will always be there for Amy and the kids
    My heart breaks for Loraine and Titch what fantastic parents you both are 💐

    Thanks for following our kids in their sports and giving them feedback
    Till we meet again my gorgeous brother in law ❤️💐🍻

  21. Julie Nisbet
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    Beautiful tribute for a great man who is so loved! Farewell Tully, Rest peacefully, legend x

  22. phoenix n
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    my biggest hugs to all of you, im sorry i couldn’t be there for you all, but i was there in spirit, as was tull. a beautiful ceremony that bought up every old memory from picnic point. you’ll be missed dearly bushman
    much love

  23. Tandra Osborne
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    Rest easy Tully – beautiful service for an amazingly strong man.
    Love from the Osborne’s xx

  24. Perry hannah
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    Tulls played a few game s of footy with you and shared a beer or two sorry was in Europe you are a great man with a legacy left xxx

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