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Graham Bonython Williams

Graham Bonython Williams

Graham Bonython Williams

11 January 1932 - 22 August 2023


… In loving memory of …. Graham Bonython Williams …

Born 11 January 1932.

Loving son of Oswald Williams and Beatrice Creak (both dec).

Devoted brother of John (dec), Helen Seagrave (dec) and Lloyd.

Adored husband of Dalace.

Cherished father of Stephen, Hugh, Graham and Meredith.

Loved father-in-law to Jo, Julie, Maureen (dec) and Glenn.

Grandpa to 14 grandchildren and many great grandchildren.


Family and friends are invited to attend Graham’s funeral service

to be held at Parkview Funeral Home, 21 Kalinga Street, Ballina

on Wednesday, 30th August 2023 commencing at 10am.


Funeral Details

Parkview – Ballina
21 Kalinga Street
Ballina NSW 2478

Date: Wednesday, 30th August 2023
Time: 10:00 am


6 replies on “WILLIAMS, Graham Bonython”

Hugh Martin Williamssays:

Love and miss you Dad xo

Kim Overtonsays:

Sending you all our love and deepest sympathy. Peter is unable to attend but I am here online. xx

Amber Curbysays:

I’m so sorry I couldn’t be there with the family to give you all a big hug but I am with you, in my heart and in my thoughts. And via live stream.
I’m very grateful for all the Williams family in my life. Gray was a good man and will be dearly missed.

Helen (Smith) Sweeneysays:

Graham Snr.
You were a big presence in many lives when we were little kids. You were a great friend to my Dad, he valued your opinion amd treasured your company. Life was very different after you moved away from Somerset Street. Quieter, less laughter, less fun.
Waking proud, talking loud, drawing a crowd :).
When I was little I thought you were just like Fred Flintstone (Dallas was like Betty Rubble). My Dad was a God-botherer for sure but loved a good beer and a laugh and you both enjoyed in moderation.
I remember you sending to the UK for a wet suit when you got your speed boat because there were none big enough in the whole of Australia.
I remember you loving Cracker Night. The Williams clan always had the best supply of fireworks…. and loads of bungers!
Spiflicate! and Codswallop! My Dad said that too!
What a guy! Graham Senior !
What a legacy you leave!

Well done Hugh on the eulogy!

Helen Sweeneysays:

Graham Snr taught me a few “new” words while he was renovating our house. He did two renovations on our house and it meant that my Dad and Graham got to work together.
He was such a funny bugger with a Kamikazi sense of humour (something else my Dad shared with him.)
I lovely tribute from Steve, Dallas, Graham and Merry.
You have all done your Dad proud.

Jacqulynn Mclaughlansays:

Beautiful moving service.

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