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Fighting Ovarian Cancer With Rapid Autopsies

Each year in Australia about 1500 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and tragically far too many do not survive. But in a recent ABC Radio National interview, Professor David Bowtell said ...
By Michael Lynch and David Stevens - Tobin Brothers Funerals
Monday, April 3, 2017

Microcosm of Hope

In a world in which the nightly news is so often dominated by reports of unspeakable crime, political unrest and unimaginable acts of terrorism, the people you are about to meet have become beacons...
By Matt Weedon & Michael Lynch - Tobin Brothers Funerals
Monday, March 6, 2017

People Are Really Good At Heart

In her now famous diary, Anne Frank, one of the most celebrated victims of the Jewish holocaust wrote: “In spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart.” And contrary t...
By Michael Lynch
Monday, February 13, 2017

From Daily Mass To The City Of Churches

The name Basil Gary Amott is as synonymous with dignity, service and care as Tobin Brothers Funerals is with excellence in funeral service. During his 42 year career, Gary served the needs of more...
By Matt Weedon & Michael Lynch - Tobin Brothers Funerals
Monday, December 5, 2016

Coping at Christmas

Christmas in many ways is about change. As a child growing up, our Christmas meant an early rise and our pilgrimage would begin to my mother’s home town Willuara at the foothills of the Grampians,...
By James MacLeod - Managing Director, Tobin Brothers Funerals
Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Colours Of My Love

Suppressing grief can intensely affect your health and wellbeing and so each year Tobin Brothers Funerals offers a space and time for bereaved parents, family and friends who have experienced, or b...
By Matt Weedon - Tobin Brothers Funerals
Monday, November 28, 2016

Death Is Beautiful

You often hear people say they are not afraid of death itself, but are concerned about how they will die. But drawing upon the experience of her late aunt, Samantha Rennie suggests that perhaps be...
By Samantha Rennie - Community Education Manager - Tobin Brothers Funerals
In Grief
Monday, September 5, 2016

Previous Posts

Fighting Ovarian Cancer With Rapid Autopsies

Each year in Australia about 1500 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and tragically far too many do not survive. But in a recent ABC Radio National interview, Professor David Bowtell said ...

Microcosm of Hope

In a world in which the nightly news is so often dominated by reports of unspeakable crime, political unrest and unimaginable acts of terrorism, the people you are about to meet have become beacons...

People Are Really Good At Heart

In her now famous diary, Anne Frank, one of the most celebrated victims of the Jewish holocaust wrote: “In spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart.” And contrary t...

From Daily Mass To The City Of Churches

The name Basil Gary Amott is as synonymous with dignity, service and care as Tobin Brothers Funerals is with excellence in funeral service. During his 42 year career, Gary served the needs of more...

Coping at Christmas

Christmas in many ways is about change. As a child growing up, our Christmas meant an early rise and our pilgrimage would begin to my mother’s home town Willuara at the foothills of the Grampians,...

Colours Of My Love

Suppressing grief can intensely affect your health and wellbeing and so each year Tobin Brothers Funerals offers a space and time for bereaved parents, family and friends who have experienced, or b...

Death Is Beautiful

You often hear people say they are not afraid of death itself, but are concerned about how they will die. But drawing upon the experience of her late aunt, Samantha Rennie suggests that perhaps be...