Rev Alan J.L. Neate

Rev Alan J.L. Neate

Formerly of Albion Park Rail

Passed away peacefully on Saturday, 2nd March 2024. Devoted husband of the late Lillian. Dearly loved father and father-in-law of Graeme (dec) and Jenny, Margaret, and Yvonne. Much loved Grandfather of Lara and Michael, Lachlan and GGP of Connor and Toby.

Aged 97 Years
With Christ

A Thanksgiving Service for Alan will be held at H Parsons Funeral Home, 4 Princes Highway, Dapto on Thursday, 14th March 2024 at 12pm.

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12:00 pm, Thu 14 March 2024


H Parsons Funeral Home, 4 Princes Hwy, Dapto, New South Wales 2530, AU
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  1. Alan was my first… he was the first Aussie I had the honor to meet. He was the first Aussie to invite me to Australia. He was the first to think I should be a pastor there… and my first church in Aus, was the same one he used to serve as pastor too. What a pleasure to know him, follow after him and to just enjoy his character. He and Lil have had a special place in our hearts and lives since we first met wayyyy back in the day.

    Alan, save a seat for me, my friend… I hope we get to chat again in glory!

  2. I am 75 years old, and still remember Mr Neate in a scripture class at Junee Public School. He made the message of the gospel so clear to me and that day I gave my six year old heart to the Lord. That was a momentous day and that decision has proved to be a lasting one.
    I thank God for this faithful servant!

  3. Alan was a dear cousin of mine, a lovely man with a great character and I admired him so. My sincere sympathy to his family. Unfortunately I will not be able to attend his Thanksgiving Service.

  4. A great man and a wonderful friend. He was our pastor at Liverpool Baptist Church and married us there 55 years ago. He used to say “I must have done a good job” with a cheeky twinkle in his eye. Such a beautiful man of God. Well done good and faithful servant.
    Lyn and Kingsley Morris.

  5. It has been my great pleasure to have known Alan for many years as a friend and colleague in ministry of the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. Alan preached, taught and lived all that he believed and, being a man of great faith he was anxious to share that faith with many people. He had a pastoral heart and a great love for congregations in the Churches he and Lillian served. Of Alan’s life I can say, “Lifes race well run, Christ’s crown well won.” I thank God for every remembrance of Alan, His faithful servant.

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