Page 2 of 3 FirstFirst 123 LastLast
Results 11 to 20 of 30
  1. #11
    Senior superstar cheekygreeky's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Quote Originally Posted by Churchy View Post
    Just spoke with Kerry

    Funeral will be 18th November at Catherine Fields Nr Narellan

    Kerry and Victoria (His Daughter) are hoping to have some bikes involved in the service. As Motorcycles and music were His passions. So it would be good if we could arrange this. I am useless at organising things, so any help greatly appreciated.
    Kerry is also arranging His beloved Indian to be ridden on the day

    Once more details are available. I will post them up for all.

    Dave was unfortunately electrocuted doing some work under the house on Sunday 8th November

    So sad
    I will definitely be there , if you think i can be of any help please let me know . 0401884499

  2. #12
    Senior superstar cheekygreeky's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Please let me know if any one can ride, I would love Daves last ride to be surrounded by mates and the rumbling sounds of motorcycles which he loved ..

    Assemble 10am at
    Macarthur Lady Funerals
    1/9 Samantha place
    Smeaton Grange (nr Narellan)

    Procession to depart around 10.15am to
    Gledswood Historic Homestead
    900 Camden Valley Way
    Catherine Fields

    Service at Gledswood 11am to 12.30pm

    Escort 12.30pm to Forest Lawn Crematorium
    Camden Valley Way, Leppington

    Return to wake at Gledswood

    Thank you from the bottom of my aching heart
    Kerry xo

    Sent from my iPhone

  3. #13
    Administrator Site Admin

    superstar admin's Avatar

    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Assemble 10am at Macarthur Lady Funerals
    1/9 Samantha Place
    Smeaton Grange (Nr Narellan)

    Procession to depart around 10.15am to
    Glenswood Historic Homestead
    900 Camden valley way
    Catherine Fields

    Service at Gledswood 11am to 12.30

    Escort 12.30pm to
    Forest Lawn Crematorium
    Camden Valley Way.

    Return to wake at Gledswood
    I understand Stan is arranging for bikes to meet at Macdonalds nr Penrith Panthers at 9am Sharp

    I wont be able to get there at that time as I have to drop Jaidee at school

    So I intend to ride via Mamre road - Bringelly - Narrelan around 9.15 am!2m1!2b1!3e0

    Anyone want to meet at mine ?



  4. #14
    Senior superstar cheekygreeky's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    ill be Meeting all at
    Macarthur Lady Funerals

    1/9 Samantha place
    Smeaton Grange

  5. #15
    P Plater Pro racer Rhubarb's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    Benny just told me the tragic news. Very sad.
    Rhubarb (Andrew)

  6. #16
    Senior superstar PJAY's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Eagle Vale, NSW.
    Goodbye Dave.
    Prudence, (The Girl) my 2006 Scrambler with Norman Hyde Street Scrambler Exhaust and The Yank, my 2008 America, both Blue and White, both Gorgeous.

    “You never see a motorcycle outside a shrinks office unless it’s the shrink that owns it”.


  7. #17
    P Plater Pro racer Rhubarb's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2012

    This is the route I am taking to get to Macarthur Lady Funerals. Anyone wanting to join me en route is more than welcome (PJay you might be interested). Planning to leave approx 7.30 to arrive at 9.45-10am.
    Rhubarb (Andrew)

  8. #18
    Senior Pro racer Cam's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Fuck I just found out about this on Facebook. Damn it. I can't believe it. Please pass on Kim and my condolences to Kerry and family.

    RIP Davros

    "The Catbus" - Honda CB500X!

    I'm on a highway to hell and I'm going dowwwwwwwwwwwwn all the way down!

  9. #19
    P Plater Pro racer Chef's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    OMG i'm shocked and deeply deeply saddened, i didn't log for a couple of weeks and the first thing i read is this horrible news. He was such an awesome bloke life is just unfair

    2010 Triumph Tiger 1050
    2000 Kawasaki ZX6R

  10. #20
    Senior superstar Churchy's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    The Druit
    If a funeral can ever be seen as good. Then this one has to be up there with the best. I classed myself as a great mate. And still do. But Dave has the ability to make everyone become a great mate as can be seen by the number who attended and the mix of people from family, work (past and present) and social interests.

    Dave was one of those people who really did have a passion for life. Particularly family, friends, music, comedy & BEER. He just got around and left His mark.

    I really only knew Kerry, Victoria and all the bikers who attended. But I did get to meet all His children and His Brothers for the first time and the loss though huge. Was still somehow filled with the Monty Python spirit and warped humour of the man.

    He was a story teller. And to say farewell, we also got to share our stories.

    Mine and many other peoples lives will be that little bit empty without Him being around. I will miss Davros so much as we shared so many things together.

    But I will never forget all the great memories and support. As I am sure so many others wont who have their own individual memories of Davros
    Life is very short anyway and when something so unexpected as the loss of Dave was. It brings home the importance of making the most of the time we have.
    So much I should say but still too gutted

    The clock of life is wound but once,
    And no man has the power
    To tell just when the hands will stop
    At late or early hour.

    To lose one's wealth is sad indeed,
    To lose one's health is more,
    To lose one's soul is such a loss
    That no man can restore.

    The present only is our own,
    So Live, Love, toil with a will --
    Place no faith in 'Tomorrow' --
    For the clock may then be still.

    Robert H. Smith

    Quote Originally Posted by Davros View Post
    Obscure - but one of my all time faves...........
    Arthur "Two Sheds" Jackson

    About the Sketch:

    Not only did this sketch appear in the Flying Circus TV Show - Episode 1,
    it was also performed on their Album - Monty Python's Flying Circus'
    under the name More Television Interviews/Arthur"Two Sheds" Jackson.

    The cast:
    Eric Idle
    Terry Jones
    John Cleese

    The sketch:

    Host: Last week the Royal Festival Hall saw the first performance of
    a new symphony by one of the world's leading modern composers,
    Arthur 'Two sheds' Jackson. Mr Jackson.

    Jackson: Hello.

    Host: May I just sidetrack for one moment. This -- what shall I call it -- nickname of yours...

    Jackson: Ah yes.

    Host: "Two sheds". How did you come by it?

    Jackson: Well, I don't use it myself, but some of my friends call me "Two Sheds".

    Host: And do you in fact have two sheds?

    Jackson: No, I've only got one. I've had one for some time,
    but a few years ago I said I was thinking of getting another,
    and since then some people have called me "Two Sheds".

    Host: In spite of the fact that you only have one.

    Jackson: Yes.

    Host: And are you still intending to purchase this second shed?

    Jackson: (impatient) No!

    Host: ...To bring you in line with your epithet?

    Jackson: No.

    Host: I see, I see. Well to return to your symphony.

    Jackson: Ah yes.

    Host: Did you write this symphony in the shed?

    Jackson: (surprised) No!

    Host: Have you written any of your recent works in this shed of yours?

    Jackson: No, no, not at all. It's just an ordinary garden shed.

    Host: I see, I see. And you're thinking of buying this second shed to write in!

    Jackson: No, no. Look. This shed business -- it doesn't really matter.
    The sheds aren't important. A few friends call me Two Sheds and that's all there is to it.
    I wish you'd ask me about the music. Everybody talks about the sheds.
    They've got it out of proportion -- I'm a composer. I'm going to get rid of the shed.
    I'm fed up with it!

    Host: Then you'll be Arthur 'No Sheds' Jackson, eh?

    Jackson: Look, forget about the sheds. They don't matter.

    Host: (sternly) Mr. Jackson, I think, with respect, we ought to return to the subject of your symphony.

    Jackson: Huh!

    Host: I understand that you used to be interested in train-spotting.

    Jackson: What?

    Host: I understand that, about thirty years ago, you were interested in train-spotting.

    Jackson: Well what's that got to do with my bloody music?

    Other host: (entering) Are you having any trouble with him?

    Host: Yes, a little. Good Lord! You're the man who interviewed Sir Edward Ross earlier.

    Other host: Exactly. Well we interviewers are more than a match for
    the likes of you, "Two Sheds".

    Host: Yes, make yourself scarce, "Two Sheds".
    This studio isn't big enough for the three of us! (They throw him out.)

    Jackson: Here, what are you doing? Stop it! [Crash.]

    Other host: Get your own Arts programme, you fairy!

    Host: Arthur "Two Sheds" Jackson... Never mind, Timmy.

    Other host: Oh Mike, you're such a comfort.
    Davros (Dave)
    2014 Indian Chief Classic - "Bertha"

    Will finish with the same ending as the service

    Cya Whipper snipper
    Gonna miss our one day a year older
    Last edited by Churchy; 20th November 2015 at 07:17 AM.

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts