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Rodney John Morrissey

Rodney John Morrissey

Rodney John Morrissey

23 April 1952 - 9 June 2024


… In loving memory of …. Rodney John Morrissey …

Passed away peacefully on Sunday 9th June 2024 at
St Vincent’s Hospital, Lismore surrounded by his loving family.
Aged 72 Years.
Beloved husband of Lynne.
Adored Dad & father-in-law of Ben & Louisa and Tina & Troy Freeburn.
Cherished Pa of Joel, Jasmine and Francesca.
Loved brother & brother-in-law of Terry & Marilyn,
Stephen & Angela, Lizzie & Colin,
Harvey & Barbara Green (both decd),
Norman & Noelene Green (both decd),
Delma & Danny Anderson (both decd), Margaret & John (decd)
Hepton, Kay & Leo Clapham, Chris & Beth Green.
Much loved and sadly missed by all his
nieces and nephews, family and friends.

Rest in Peace

Funeral Details

Friends and family are invited to a celebration of
Rod’s life to be held this
MONDAY 17th June 2024
commencing at 11.00am at
St Mary’s Catholic Church, Canterbury Street, Casino
followed by burial in Casino Lawn Cemetery.

2 replies on “MORRISSEY, Rodney John”

Lizzie Morrisseysays:

To My Dearest Brother Rod

The feeling of your loss is gutwrenching and so confusing. The last 7 years have been nothing short of, driving continuously on a road that has never-ending large pot-holes, rarely was well-being simply, a great day.
Rod, you showed and taught me so much wisdom and strength. Blessings I will hold on to eternally.
I’m eternally grateful for our time together in March, laughing and giggling at nothing sometimes, it was just natural. We had arguments, absolutely typical of our Brother Sister relationship. But, it was said and then greatly, we’d move on. Life is too short.
I am so grateful that you are finally at peace, making sure you had done everything to make all things right and set your Beautiful wife up so as not to worry about daily things. I said to Lynne last week, “Lynne, you have the most uncomplicated Family, I have sincerely ever known”! You have left a Blessed Legacy Rod, Mum and Dad would be so proud of you.
I thank you for the 57 years I had to look up to you, not always fun but, our Brother Sister relationship. I have known your heart and have tried my best to be the very best human being I could. There will be people attending in some format from, miles away but, that’s because, you shared your heart with people so naturally from, all walks of life. I’m so proud and immensely grateful that our time together was filled with love. No more pain Dearest Rod. Hoping for mercy and peace, to all of us who knew and loved Rod were, so purely Blessed to have been in your presence. I will miss you my Precious Brother, I will always love you, Lizzie

Joy Hathawaysays:

A true gentleman, RIP.

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