William ‘Bill’ Jeffrey

William ‘Bill’ Jeffrey

of Helensburgh

Passed away peacefully after a long illness on Sunday 24th March 2024.  Beloved husband of the late Bubby.  Dearly loved father and father-in-law of Kay and Geoff, Wendy and Brad, Michael and Jennie.  Cherished Grandpa of Nicholas, Elise, Ryan, Emily, and Benjamin.  Loved brother, brother-in-law and Uncle.  Bill will be sadly missed by his loving family and many dear friends.

Aged 88 Years
We will miss your smiling face
A special person no one can replace

 Relatives and friends are invited to attend Bill’s funeral service to be held at Holy Cross Catholic Church, McMillan Street, Helensburgh on Thursday 4th April 2024 at 11.30am.   Following the service his funeral will proceed to Helensburgh Cemetery, Cemetery Road, Helensburgh.

In lieu of flowers, donations to Cancer Council and Dementia Australia would be greatly appreciated.



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11:30 am, Thu 4 April 2024


Holy Cross Catholic Church, McMillan St, Helensburgh, New South Wales 2508, AU
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  1. Dear Uncle Bill,
    We will miss your smile, the wonderful times in Broulee where you opened your home to our family. Even though at times Corey and Nicholas drove you mad with their early mornings and typical boy behaviour. Your trip to the hospital when Nicholas cut his leg open on the fence.
    Thank you and Aunty Bubby for looking after Amy when I went back to work. Between you Aunty Bubby, Kay and Wendy , Amy now has the shopping gene.
    We love you and will miss you.
    You are now in a good place with Aunty Bubby, Dad , Uncle John and others that have shared their lives with you.
    Love you always.
    Neale, Cathy and Family

  2. R.I.P Bill. You were a good neighbour and a nice guy- The Youngs

  3. gosh so many stories, – rock collecting from paddocks across the road for your garden,
    – the tennis court that use to be where the house was build. -of course the holidays on Garie Beach where you didn’t forget anything you needed, and to Broulee, plus trips around Australia, the most talked about was standing atop Uluru, where you could “see for absolutely miles it’s so incredibly flat”. Then of course your garden still producing strawberries, rhubarb, and orchids. And you always enjoyed a good laugh.
    His proudest quiet smile though, was for his family.
    Rip Bill, cheers to a very full life, with the happiest quiet smile, will never be forgotten.
    Bernadette (HISC)

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