MILNER, Bryan Neale

Passed away peacefully at home on February 18 2022 aged 91 years. Beloved husband of Valerie. Loved father of Phillip, Kerry Dodson (dec), Carolyn Chuter.  Loving Poppy of Tomara, Aidan, Sophie and Oliver and great Poppy of Noah, Orlando and Elsie.

Loving son of the late Doris and Rupert. Loved brother of Noel (dec), Neville (dec), and John.

Family and friends of the late Mr. Bryan Milner, are invited to attend his funeral service, at the Chapel of McGlynn Hunt Funerals, 38-40 Madden Avenue, Mildura on Tuesday March 1, 2022 at 10.30am. At the conclusion of the service the cortege will proceed to the Red Cliffs Lawn Cemetery.

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  • Ian Cross

    Sorry to hear of the sudden death of Bryan. Bryan certainly was a character especially when he played tennis is where I first met him. My deepest condolences to all his children and relatives.

  • Andy and Kathy Glen.

    We miss Bryans happy, smiling face, always up for a chat, especially if it was about his Bombers. What a friendly man he was.
    To his family. We are sorry for your loss.
    from the staff at the Red Cliffs Newsagency

  • Sally & Gabriele

    We were very surprised to hear about the sudden passing of dear Bryan. Our hearts and thoughts are with his family during this time of grieving. Please find comfort in knowing, that you have company in remembering this one of a kind “larger than life” personality. With deepest condolences from Sally & Gabriele
    PS – yes Bryan, we have taken note how to cook the perfect rhubarb and will remember to take the Ferry xoxo

  • Red Cliffs LIons Club

    Bryan was a charter member of the Lions Club and a member for 54 years. Bryan took part in many projects in the early years when members were young and fit. Members have many fond memories of Bryan as a Lion and a friend.
    Bryan held the position of Lion Tamer at meetings and enjoyed the fine sessions. He also enjoyed the comradery at meetings and working bees that he assisted on.
    Our club will miss Bryan as a member.

    We pass on condolences to the family.

    Kind regards from members and partners of the Red Cliffs Lions Club.