From our family to Hugh's family our deepest condolences. far too early, there was so many more laughs to have. Cheers mate, RIP.
Posted by Troy & Laureen Gasson 15/10/2020
Thinking of you Hugh and the family
Posted by Tim Brown 15/10/2020
My love and thoughts to all the family xxx
Posted by Kerry Ovens - Brown 15/10/2020
Posted by Divinity Funerals 15/10/2020
To all of Hugh's family - you are in our thoughts and prayers today. Hugh and I lived together in Sydney back in the 70s. We shared many laughs and that is how we will all remember him. We were proud to be named after our Grandfather Hugh Palmer. Rest in Peace Hughie.
Posted by Hugh & Judy McIntosh Family 15/10/2020
Hugh Palmer it was an absolute Pleasure knowing you.Having you as a friend to our family .So many wonderful memories so many fun times. We will miss you fly high Hugh may you RIP .Hugs to Chris Bec & Clare xx
The Sykes Family xx
Posted by Sykes Family 15/10/2020
To all of Hugh's family , from your loving aunty Dot and all the Brown family we are thinking of you today.
Posted by To all of Hugh's family , from your loving aunty Dot and all the Brown family we are thinking of you today. 14/10/2020
To dear Bec , Chris & Clare and of Hughs family sending all our love & keeping you all in our thoughts & prayers at this sad time . Hugh was a gentle man and will be greatly missed. He will forever be watching over you. May he Rest In Peace xxx
Posted by The Freer family 14/10/2020
Posted by Divinity Funerals 14/10/2020
I hope these words finds you surrounded by strength and compassion.
Please accept our warmest condolences. we are deeply sorry for your loss, thinking of your family at this sad time. Hugh was a beautiful soul. He will be missed. All our Love Barb & Bevan. xx We will be watching the virtual service from Kiama.
Posted by Bevan & Barb Gardiner 13/10/2020
Wishing I could be there in person, sending hugs virtually xx
Posted by Meggie Palmer 13/10/2020
Sending you all my love on this sad sad day. Your dad was a lot of fun. We will all miss him!
Posted by Mary Ann McCarthy 12/10/2020
For many, a funeral is a ritual of loss and connection where we remember our loved ones who have passed and comfort the living. The corona-virus outbreak has altered that ritual and changed the way we say goodbye: the loss remains, the connections change.
The new restrictions allow 50 mourners at the chapel and 50 mourners outside of the chapel as long as social distancing rules are followed. To assist the family with numbers, we request that family and friends who wish to attend click on the RSVP link and register your attendance.
Posted by Denne Cruz 12/10/2020