Goodbye old mate, been good to know you. Rest in peace
Great bloke, down to earth and treated everyone as a mate. He would have passed a very proud man knowing his kids are pillars of society. Sympathy to all the family. A lovely bloke will be missed by all
A great bloke who treated everyone as a mate.He would have passed a proud man, his kids are pillars of society and all share his values of hard work, help others and be model citizens. A lovely bloke, will be sadly missed. Sympathy to all his family
You are now Resting Peacefully, Booma. Deepest condolences to Your beautiful family, you will be greatly missed.
Knowing you as my uncle has been humbling, you live on in us all and I thank the universe xo never forgotten xo
Sending all my love and prayers to the Wisewould family. Gone but never forgotten. 🌹
Dillon Family 💕
You gained your wings earlier than you should have, but the sunrises and sunsets are going to be a little bit brighter now that you’re going to be painting the sky. Thanks for being such a wonderful second Dad Boompa and for putting up with us kids! You will be so dearly missed and never forgotten. All my love to Shaz, Charmaine, Jeremy, Leshaye and Kylie and families on this tremendous loss. ❤️
Growing up with the Wisewould family began to be our family' of true friends and this has derived from every generation to our grandchildren..and are still in company of the Wisewould family.
We have many memories that was shared from 1976 onwards.
When I came back with my wife and Kristel.
My wife and I would visit the brothers at the Mission hut' in those days was best known.
Boomer loved his Monaras and wanted every one in town to notice his pride and joy.
Boomer and Damien were 2 peas in a pod.Damien relied on his younger brother to always vouch for him in any yarn that was told..with amount of laughter and those beers.
We had many wonderful years and when Boomer married Shaz 'she became his love, devotion,and passion away from his Monara.
We all knew he was in awe with
Shaz.We.saw each child that enter into their family.
Jeremy was our concern because he always found a way to hurt himself on and off a vehicle.
Boomer would say he will never learn it's just Jeremy.
He loved and adore his daughters ever so proud as punch...and seeing how they have grown independently and with the Wisewould name.
We met an awesome family and will continue to be there for them for ever.
Rest in Peace dearest friend you are now with Hump and your parents.xo
Steelo n Di
RIP Anthony you are now pain free.
Great memories and thank you for being the best man at my wedding.
Just remember booma from the days of the “honeymoon hut “ when we used to drop Brian off. Learning to shear with his four brothers. Our condolences go out to Sharron and all the families. Sorry we can’t make the funeral but will raise a glass for him
RIP from Robert (Ernie) & Chris
I remember the first time I met you and shaz when you lived out on the farm back in the 80s you guys made us feel so welcome to town, you were kind and humble.Years later we ended up working with each other on the shire, the laughs and banter we had with Brian and the crew I have never forgotten.your life may have been shortened too soon but the legacy you have left behind will live on for generations in your beautiful children and grandchildren.rest easy mate mate forever in our hearts and thoughts 👍
Wow where do I start…Fitzgerald Primary School 1969…we had something in common we were both from Victoria…all those hours on the school bus, teasing each other…when we returned to Jerry you became a good client & friend and we got to know you & Sharron and the family so much better…
Your turn to rest now Booma, have a frothy with Humphrey and put your feet up.
Sharron & family…sorry we can’t be there tomorrow, we will be thinking of you all, cherish your wonderful memories…
Booma resting peacefully now and catching up with those who have gone before you while waiting for those you left behind. Forever missed.
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