MITCHELL, Robert “Max” 🎥
29/6/1936 – 20/1/2021
Son of Phyllis and Algie (both dec).
Brother of Peter (dec), John (dec) and Stephen.
Dearly loved husband of Nola.
Much loved father of Craig, Glenn (dec), Ross, Roger and Louise.
Father in Law to Tamasine, Lisa, Julie and Roger.
Grandfather to Ben, Cameron, Erin, Hayden, Nathan, Ashlee, Stephanie, Samuel and Lucas and their partners Sammy, Emily, Jack, Elli, Rachel, Davide and Tijs.
Great Grandfather of Evannah, Tyce and Tahli.
We will all miss you and the happy hours
Funeral NoticeService held Friday January 29, 2021 - 2:00pm
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RIP Max, fond memories of our bowling and especially our fishing exploits at Princetown and all along the coast. Worm bay ,off the cliffs catching Rockies and a lot of laughter. Condolences to NOLA and Family (God Bless)
RIP Max , fond memories of bowls and mainly our fishing exploits around Princetown and along the coast. Catching Rockies at Worm Bay , off the cliff s near London bridge. So many laughs and so much fun. A great sportsman , I play lawn bowls at Romsey sometimes and think of you mate .God Bless
I will remember my uncle Max as a very warm and generous man who was always great company. What a life he had growing up with the brothers on the farm, dances, great sporting achievements, great community service, and a wonderful husband and father, grandfather, great-grandfather. You will be missed. Rest in Peace Uncle Max.
Nola and family our thoughts and prayers are with you and Max at this time.
It was a pleasure to have known Max.
Margaret and John Jones. Broadford
So many wonderful memories of holidays at the farms and Ray street Christmases !! So very sorry we can’t be with you today -sending you all our love . Betty , Trevor , Sheridan and Trish
What a lovely man Uncle Max was. I loved his cheeky sense of humour and he was always interested in you. There was a special bond with his brothers which was always great to see. He will be missed RIP Uncle Max
A true gentleman, sadly missed. RIP
To Nola and family sincere sympathy, holding you in our prayers & thoughts
Terry & Enid O’Connor