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Graham Leslie Windridge

Graham Leslie Windridge

Graham Leslie Windridge

20 July 1945 - 12 June 2024


… In loving memory of …. Graham Leslie Windridge …

Graham Leslie Windridge

20.07. 1945 – 12.06.2024

 Loved partner of Kevin.

Loved brother and brother-in-law to Josie, David (dec), Janet & Rod and Carolyn.

Loved Uncle to Robert, Bruce & Rae and Joanne and Great Uncle to Charlotte,

Sophie, Emily, Georgie, Lauren, Cameron, Maria and Josephine.


Family and friends are invited to Graham’s Celebration of Life to be held at Parkview

Funeral Home, 21 Kalinga Street, Ballina on Thursday, 20th June 2024 commencing at 11am.

Graham’s Funeral Service will be livestream via the link below.

Funeral Details

Parkview – Ballina
21 Kalinga St
Ballina NSW 2478

Date: Thurs, 20 Jun 2024
Time: 11:00 am


14 replies on “WINDRIDGE, Graham Leslie”

John and Sue Badcocksays:

So very saddened to hear of Graham’s passing. He was a wonderful, lovely, generous person. Deepest sympathy to Kevin, Josie, Janet, Rod, Carolyne and families.

Donald and Mikesays:

Over more than thirty years of friendship from Wollongong to Glenleigh to Alstonville you were truly our wonderful mate, humble yet elegant, a real gentleman with integrity and a disarmingly dry wit and naughty sense of humour.

You were a most generous and consummate host, a connoisseur of the finer things, as well as appreciating a simple bargain. From being “Crystallised” in tuxedos to relaxing in ‘trakky daks’.

Graham, you were a wonderful chef who could rustle up with seeming ease an amazing array of dinners, breakfasts, lunches, conserves and jams from an Aladdin’s pantry, abley assisted by Kevin.

A wonderful travel companion, you loved a good drop as much as a Yellow Tail, at play you were a master of canasta and its “dilemnas”, a beloved “den Mother” to Jack Russells and best mate and godfather to our dear Drew.

It seems like only yesterday.when you swept Kevin off his feet, gave him love and a safe harbour … and inherited us into the bargain. We will never forget your generosity of spirit, sharing some of your world with us (and many of our family and friends from around the Globe). Well never forget he sunset dog walks around Glenleigh, the epic meals, the birthday treats, the banter and the ‘blah blah’. Thank you Graham, thank you.

Graham (aka Grim), we will miss your cheeky smile, the gleam in your eye, your dulcet tones and your witticisms.

May you rest in peace. You will never be forgotten and live on in our love always.

Thank you dear, dear mate…

Donald and Mike

Allan & Mary Painesays:

Sorry to hear of Graham’s passing . We have fond memories of our childhood days and early adult years, holidays at Caloundra with Grandad Charlie and at Torver with us. From Allan, Mary and families.

Peter and Anne Andrewsays:

We are so sad to hear of Graham’s passing but so glad that we had the privilege of knowing him and his gentle generosity.
Our condolences Kevin and to Graham’s family.

Roy & Jill Horsfieldsays:

Our sincere condolences on learning of Graham’s passing. Saddened losing a dear neighbour in Gap Road. We have prior interstate family commitments on Thursday and offer our apologies for not being able to attend the service etc.
Roy & Jill Horsfield
347 Gap Road, Alstonville.

Allan & Margaret oearsonsays:

So very sorry for the loss of Grahame have special memories on our visits to Glenleigh
Our condolences go to you Kevin and all His family lots of love 💙💗

Frank Windridgesays:

Sorry to hear this sad news. Condolences to the family. Will miss his dry wit and humor. Safe journeys Graham. From Frank, Philip, Raymond and Ian Windridge. (the Hughenden mob).

Frank Windridgesays:

Sorry to hear this sad news. Will miss his dry wit and humor. Safe journeys Graham. From Frank, Philip, Raymond and Ian Windridge. (the Hughenden mob).

Alisha Seysays:

I am a Registered Nurse in the Renal Unit at St Vincent’s Hospital Lismore. It was a pleasure to nurse Graham. A beautiful person who even on his harder days always had a smile, a positive word and a gentle presence. He will be greatly missed. Thinking of you Kevin at this sad time, will miss seeing you as well. RIP Graham

Ian Windridgesays:

So sad to hear of Graham’s passing. Our prayers and condolences to Kevin, and to Josie, Janet and Carolyne from
Ian Leslie Windridge and family from Bowen.
So so much like Uncle Les.

Les & Lyn Taylorsays:

Condolences to all

Jeanettr and Ben Speedysays:

Our condolences to Kevin and Grahams family. We only knew Graham for a short time, but he let a lasting memory for all of us at St Vincent’s.Our thoughts are will you all at this sad time.

Donna and Roy Halbertsays:

I never know what yo say at these sad times but Graham was such a king and generous person. I met him through Kevin because we worked together. Graham was so inclusive and welcome us like we were family. You and Kevin gave us our wedding at Glenleigh which was so special. I am so glad i came to visit earlier this year. You have always be a dearly loved friend.

Evelina & Luciasays:

Evelina & Lucia Italian travel friends remember him with lots of love…..

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