In Loving Memory
William George ‘Bill’ Bickerton


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William George ‘Bill’ Bickerton
Passed away on
the 7th March 2024.
Aged 94 years.
Dearly loved son of William Alfred
and Mary Bickerton (both dec).
Loving brother of
Mary, Lorna and Alexander,
Fond brother-in-law of
Jim and Cliff (all deceased).
Loved and caring Uncle,
Great Uncle and Great Great Uncle.
Resting peacefully.

A good and honest man who was
a very proud Uncle and Great Uncle.
Loved enormously by
Kay, David and Andrew.

You lived a good life.
Forever a gentleman.
Love Dawn, Jeff and family.

A Funeral Service for 
Bill will be held at
St John’s Anglican Church,
6 Main Street, Nar Nar Goon on
Tuesday 19th March 2024
commencing at 10.30 a.m.
A private burial will follow.

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  1. Sending our Condolences to Bill’s family – to know you was to love you and you were certainly loved, our family is going to miss you – Love always Bert Bright, Pauline, Shane Neil and their families – forever in our hearts

    Pauline Marshall
  2. Bill you will be sadly missed,such a true gentleman.
    Fond memories of our family friendship beginning in the early days in Hampton Park, at church ,Dandenong show,KWR Lodge and many family events at St Germain.
    Now at peace
    Condolences from all the Knowles and Hatch family.

    Jayne Hatch
  3. Our deepest Sympathy goes out to Bills family .We were saddened to hear of his passing.Our family was fortunate to spend many years of showing sheep and enjoying his true friendship.A gentleman who was an icon especially to the dozens of young exhibitors he encouraged and freely passed on his knowledge to over many years.He was loved and respected by all who knew him.He will be sadly missed. David Anne Emily Sarah and Amy Harrison.

    David and Anne Harrison
  4. Our heartfelt sympathy to Kay, David, Andrew and family. We loved our catchups Bill over cups of tea and shortbread at your place our place and the front gate! We would have a good laugh talking about anything and everything. Bonnie was always allowed a little something when you offered Bill. She loved her visits over the road to see you as much as we did. Your were a great neighbour Bill, lucky us for having you in our lives. R.I.P. Bill.
    Kind Regards Rose Clive & Bonnie.

    Rose & Clive Biddell
  5. Apologies to Bill’s family we cant make Bill’s funeral today.
    A little man with a big heart and a true gentleman. Good memories with the little grey fergie feeding hay when growing up.

    Shane Bright and Family
  6. Our sincere sadness and thoughts are with you David, Kay and Andrew on the passing of your dear Uncle Bill. He will always be remembered as a wonderful sheep man but most of all a true gentleman, kind and considerate. The world was a better place while he was in it. Always remembered, rest in peace Bill. Marg. and John Kingman

    Margaret and John Kingman