Mr Martin William Pope

13/08/1944 - 04/11/2020

Date:
14.11.2020
Ceremony:

Bethany Funeral Home

1 Prior St.

Albany WA 6330

Ceremony Time:
1.30 PM
Service Stream:

This Ceremony will be live streamed from 1.30 PM on Saturday 14th November 2020.

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  1. 20 November 2020

    My little brother, you were nearly eight years younger than me and I was so surprised at the very small size of you when I saw you for the first time. Who would have imagined that you would become the big lovely man you were. Neville and I had such wonderful holidays in oz with you. We always talked of our fantastic camping trip. ‘80 Mile Beach particularly.Bush camping, camp fires every night with superb dinners made in the ‘Dutch’ pot washed down with plenty of ‘red’. I will miss you and our long chats on Skype. Rest in peace my love.

    Barbara Mewse

  2. 16 November 2020

    I was so sorry to hear that you have left us. Thank you for your support and the wonderful salad sandwiches you made for us. I’m so glad we met. Thanks Mart xxxx

    Helen Spedding-Lowe

  3. 14 November 2020

    Raising a cuppa and a home brew ginger beer in memory

    Gaynor

  4. 14 November 2020

    a wonderful man not really my cousin more like my brother so sad to hear you had passed fond memories of our childhood sending condolences to you all love margi gossage nee pope

    margaret gossage

  5. 14 November 2020

    Cousin Martin was a truly special person; so adventurous, he will be sadly missed. My thoughts are with you, Carl and Michelle, at this time. Although I didn’t see much of Martin, I have some fond memories of us growing up and our holidays at Ladram Bay. Also the times when he came over and we got together, we had some good laughs. I will miss you and will raise a glass or two to your memory R. I .P.♥️

    Michael anderton

  6. 13 November 2020

    so sad to hear of martins passing.he was more like a brother to me than a cousin .we worked together at age 17 on our lunchbreak we d bunk off to chase fire engines around leamington sometimes never seen until the next day.i also spent many summers at aunty mildreds with him and his friends OH THE MISCHIEF.i really missed him when he left for oz but was lovely to see him when he returned to the uk sending condolonces and love to you all margi gossage

    margaret gossage nee pope

  7. 13 November 2020

    When I saw my brother for the first time he was so very very tiny and I never thought he would grow into the tall strong man that he was. Always on the go and smiling. My husband and I had a particularly wonderful holiday with him & trailer tent. We saw much of WA and spoke of it often. Rest in peace , we have our memories. Goodbye little brother, and no ‘partying’ with Neville xxxxxxx

    Barbara

  8. 13 November 2020

    You welcomed us to Northampton, had family get together, many happy memories, Thank you for your friendship. Gita

    Gita Stokes

  9. 13 November 2020

    Happy memories of fishing trips, bbqs,marinated salmon,beeroclock, pesky lawnmowers and Ladas.
    Martin was a kind and generous man. He and Joanna shared an adventurous and successful life.
    Best wishes to the family on this sad occasion

    Mike Kilkenny

  10. 13 November 2020

    What a legend!! We will remember you with great fondness. We shared laughter and tears and many glasses were raised together over the years. Even though you were so far away, you were here when we needed you. Thank you for being in our lives. xxxxx

    Becky, Colin, Harry, George and Tom

  11. 10 November 2020

    A true gentleman and friend,to work with you was a pleasure you will be missed but not forgotten. May you rest in Peace

    Gail Adamini

    Gail