HORNICK, Clifford Elgar “Cliff”

Late of Injune. Sadly passed away on Monday, 9th November 2020. Aged 89 years. Dearly loved Husband of Gleniss. Loved Father of Barry; Le-Anne; Kaye; and Jon (dec’d) & their Families. A Celebration of Cliff’s life will be held at the Injune Cemetery. In Lieu of flowers, donations to Injune Hospital Auxiliary.

A PRIVATE SERVICE WILL BE HELD DUE TO COVID-19 RESTRICTION LIMITS

Live Stream Zoom Link 13/11/20 8.50 am – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84404643894?pwd=QmVHZGdpRW1sQ2Z6RklhQ1BjYURNQT09
Meeting ID: 844 0464 3894
Passcode: Hornick

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14 Comments

  1. Sandra White

    Condolences to all. So sad but you lived a great life and will be remembered for many things. Fly high Cliff until we all meet again one day up in that great place.

    Love Sandra White.

  2. Bill, Caroline, Claude and Anna Sylvester

    Our deepest Sympathy, thinking of you Glennis and your family at this very sad time.

  3. Tim and Vicki Bell

    Deepest sympathy to Glennis and all the family. Our thoughts are with you at this sad time.

  4. Malcolm and Beth Christie

    Our thoughts are with all the family at this sad time

  5. Janet Grace Reibelt

    Wonderful memories of my husband Trevor with Cliffy in the shed with the trucks and enjoying a beer at the Injune Pub. Thinking of you Glennis and the family.

  6. Clarence Sellars and Family

    Our thoughts are with the Family through this hard time. Keep Remembering all the good times yous had because you’ll have them forever .

  7. Col Blackley

    My thoughts are with you and the family as they always have been Glennis.

  8. Murray & Gillian Webster

    To all Family what a Great life lived .We are so blessed to have had Cliffy to show us the way.
    Never a backward step, helping all along the way . Forever Grateful thank you Cliffy

  9. Bill Sheehan

    I will always remember Cliff with a twinkle in his eye, and a smile – one of nature’s great gentlemen. Rest easy .

  10. Lynette Maree Hamilton

    Sorry to hear of your loss. He was a good man and had a smile for everyone. With deepest. sympathy, Ruth Hamilton and Lynette Hamilton

  11. Janice Humphreys

    Beautiful Service
    Neville Harland and Janice Humphreys

  12. NR Harland

    Condolences to the family.
    Nev remembers that in school There was a Cotton crop growing out at Highlands about 1945 and that he won the best PICKER of cotton from the Injune school kids.
    His smile and joviality will always be remembered. Hugs from Neville and Jo

  13. John Lethbridge

    On behalf of all the Roma district Freemasons our deepest sympathies, Cliff was a great Freemason and loved by many.

  14. Des & Lynn McCormack

    So sorry to hear. Des and I always admired Cliff and Glenis too. RIP Cliff we loved your funny little tactics and smile. Loved your knowledge and hard working attitude. Thinking of everyone at this sad time. Des and Lynn Mc Cormack

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