GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
Although there are many reasons we love them, the importance of friends in our lives makes losing them difficult. We miss their unique personalities, unconditional love and constant presence in our lives.
Grief is the last act of love we have to give to those we loved. Where there is deep grief, there was a great love.
We aim to acknowledges the bond forged between players and officials and the Bentleigh Football Netball Club community during the time they spent with us.
In memory of past team mates, officials and members of the Bentleigh Football Netball Club
(Formerly Bentleigh Methodists/Bentleigh Uniting ).
Football Player, Life Member, Hall of Fame
3.11.1964 - 18.12.2013
Paul was a 300-game player with the Bentleigh Football Club who leaves behind a tremendous legacy at our club. Paul's precise kicking, elite fitness and tremendous work ethic over more than 20 years with Bentleigh was enough to make him one of the true greats of our club.
Football Player, Official
Another of the Robinvale group from the late 1960’s, was a strong mark and kick. His career was cut short by injury, so he attended a trainers course at Collingwood Football Club and then set up injury support facilities at the club. Acted as trainer for several years.
Committee, Juniors President
Kevin was a tireless worker for local community sport. He was President of the Bentleigh Tigers Junior Football club, and along with the President of the Bentleigh Bulldogs Junior F C was responsible for the amalgamation of the two clubs resulting in the formation of the Bentleigh Juniors F C .He was the first secretary of the Bentleigh Juniors F C , later becoming President and a committee person and supporter of the Bentleigh Football Netball club.