TOEPFER, Arron Leigh

It is with much sadness we announce the sudden passing of Arron on July 30, 2021 aged 34 years. Loved and cherished son of Adrian and Suzette. Treasured brother and brother in-law of Ryan and Stevi. Adored uncle and cousin to all his family.

Loved Grandson of Betty and Ron (dec)Gray; Jean and Les (dec) Toepfer.

          “Not all hero’s wear capes, some wear parachutes” 


Arron's funeral service is available to view Thursday August 12, 2021 at 2.00pm by clicking on the link below


TOEPFER, Arron Leigh - 2021-08-12 2.00

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  • Justin Fitzgerald

    You will be missed mate

  • Will J Tyrer

    From the Bridgy days right through to the Torquay days I don’t think there was a time I didn’t see you.
    I always loved seeking you out and chatting to you about skydiving. You were such a calming and positive presence and your passing will be mourned by many.

    I’ll miss you prematurely flicking my visor down on the ride to height and giving you a fist bump before exit.

    Blue skies, Arron

  • Jamie "Jamo" Hughes-Gage

    To all the Toepfer Family Sincere condolences, and sending much love and support.

    Arron, It was true privilege to fly with you Bro! 🪂❤️
    🙏🙏 Grateful and Thankyou for all the awesome memories, learning, the mateship and doing what we do best, Sharing our dreams and passion for the sport.

    A True Ambassador and Hero for the sport.

    Until we meet again sorring around the clouds together…..

    Fly Free Bro

  • Brendan & Joan Fisher

    There are not enough words.
    Arron, I will always miss you and our phone calls.
    Ryan, I wish i could be there to comfort you.
    Adrian and Suzette, no parent should ever outlive their child, it is not fair, I know.You raised an amazing man, take comfort in his friends and that he lived a very fulfilling life and touched so many.
    I am so, so sorry for the loss we have all endured. He will always be remembered, let us continue to share those memories.

  • Christopher Rantall

    Thank you