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He was then appointed Parish Priest of Geelong North, Macleod and Balwyn.

Upon his retirement in 2006, Tom was appointed Pastor Emeritus.

May he rest in peace after 43years of faithfilled service.

Born 23/08/1930; Ordained for the Diocese of Bunbury.

Pat served the Diocese of Geraldton for nearly 18 years before heading off to New Zealand when the Mill Hill Congregation pulled out of the diocese due to low numbers of men available.

He served the parish of St John the Baptist in South Hedland as parish priest before spending two years in Geraldton as assistant Priest and another two years as assistant priest at St Pauls in Karratha.

Robin was always recognised as a loving, cheerful, prayerful pastor, whose homilies flowed from his deep spirituality.

His funeral Mass was held in the Church of the Holy Spirit, Seacombe Gardens, in south-western Adelaide.

Robin retired reluctantly from parish life in 1999 and celebrated the 60th anniversary of his ordination as a priest of the Adelaide Archdiocese on 22 July 2012.

However, like Kent in Shakespeare's King Lear, He had a journey shortly for to go, his master called and he must not say no.' Like the master he served, Bernie died on Good Friday to await in hope a glorious resurrection. Born 14/12/1932; Date of Ordination: 22/07/1967 - Archdiocese of Melbourne.

Vincent, a dedicated, loving pastor with a wonderful sense of humour served the Church for over 43 years in the parishes of Belmont, Caulfield South, Glen Waverley, Kyneton, Fawkner, Heidelberg, Yea, Laverton, Black Rock, Beaumaris, Niddrie and Winchelsea.

His avocations included the roles of electrician (he worked as one before entering the seminary), carpenter, brick-layer etc.

Robin was accustomed to recruiting imperious helpers for his various projects.

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This unusual building (it is tiered like a university auditorium) epitomises Robin's fiercely independent, many would say idiosyncratic, character.