Passed away in Dumbleyung, 15.11.2020.
Husband to Jean. Father to Lynette, Barry, Peter, and Terry.
Grandfather of 10, Great grandfather of 7.
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Rest in peace Brian. Always in our hearts xxx
25.5.1932 - 15.11.2020 Husband of Jean (dec), dearly missed father, father-in-law and grand- father of Lyn, Graham, Mark, Shane and Amy and Laura.
Never to be forgotten, a hardworking father, truckie extraordinaire, gentleman of the road. RIP
BRACKNELL (BRIAN POLLY)
Polly such a legend. Did more than most people dream of. Will be dearly missed by Shelly and Barry. Known far and wide in the trucking industry. What a pioneer mate! Jobs done, rest easy BB.
Barry and Shelly.
BRACKNELL BRIAN My hero. My mentor. My inspiration. My Grandad...
So humble, so kind and one of life's true gentlemen...
There are not enough words to say thank you for helping guide me to be the man I am proud to be today...
Until we meet again,
The Dumbleyung District has lost a true legend with the passing of Brian. Having had involvement with most of Brian's activities over the years, I have seen a man who pushed himself to achieve the very best results and to receive the highest regard and respect of all who knew him. Sincere sympathy to his family.
BRACKNELL BRIAN Deepest sympathy to the Bracknell family. Long time friend of the Cook family An exceptional person and Truckie. The wheels have stopped turning.
Robert, Jean and Family
BRACKNELL BRIAN Fond memories of Bracky from our adventures in Dumbleyung and a lifetime friendship - Keith (dec) and the Westbrook family
The Livestock and Rural Transport Association of WA pays tribute to our respected foundation president and life member, Brian. A humble and quiet achiever, he blazed a trail for rural transporters, gaining changes that benefit the industry to this day. One of nature's gentlemen. We will miss his guidance. Deepest sympathy to his family.
Bracky, you were the most patient, relaxed truck driver we had the privilege of knowing. "Moo" and "Baa" visited our farms with sheep and fertiliser many times, always pleasant and easy to talk to and your wit was something else. You will be missed by all our family. Raelene, David, Melanie, Adrian and Jill Webster. A legend, rest easy and say "Hi" to Grandma for me. Thanks Bracky.
BRACKNELL BRIAN In memory of our esteemed founding member Brian.
Dumbleyung and District Men's Shed