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Brendan John GLASGOW Obituary
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May 28, 2020
The Morgan Country Car Club (Jindera) mourn the passing of Brendan who was a prominent member of our club for many years. He joined the club in 1998, as Member No. 47 and remained active until 2014. Brendan was always cheerful and happy to help members with any electrical problems in vehicles. He was always the first to line up for whatever job came up in the club; in particular was his involvement in building the original club room at Jindera. He restored three vehicles, a very old and big 1926 International truck with solid rubber tyres, a 1934 Bedford WHG small truck, and a 1955 Fargo ute. His restorations were meticulous in every detail. Our thoughts are with his family.
May 25, 2020
A life well lived . loved by many. Enjoy your time with your brothers and Kath. Love Maggie
May 30, 2020
Glasgow Brendan Deepest sympathy to all Brendan's family and Jenny. A good friend, sadly missed. Albert and Julie King.

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