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We are devastated by your passing and are all hurting from the loss of our Father, Grandfather, Father-In Law, and great friend to the Husband and Partner of our two daughters.

Relieved that you no longer have to fight, and you did fight hard for ten long years until you could no longer.

You will be loved by all of us for as long as we live and be remembered as a tough and loving gentleman who gave his all for his family and in earlier years SASR.

All our Love - from Andrew, Cate, Rachel, Rhiannon, Levi and Clayton.

Published 24th May, 2022
ID: 4619058 GB: 4618590


The Funeral Service to celebrate the life of the late Mr Gordon William Godber of Bunbury, formerly of Harvey and the S.A.S. Regiment, will take place in the Crematorium Chapel, Belcher Street, Bunbury at 2:00pm on FRIDAY (10.06.2022).

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  • GODBER (Gordon):

    I have fond memories of Snow as we served in the SAS Company, a great bloke who will be sorely missed. 

    RIP Mate

    Thursday, 9 June 2022 Submitted online by James Black
  • GODBER (Gordon):

    I can never thank you enough.

    Truly devastated and hurting but will live by your example and always be honest and caring. Rick

    Thursday, 2 June 2022 Submitted online by Richard Godber

    GORDON WILLIAM Farewell to my mate and mentor of 62 years, and "the last of the first" in the Special Air Service. It's hard to face a life without you in it, Snow. You were always more my brother than my brother-in-law. With love to the ones you leave behind, Andrew, Cate, Richard, Rachel and Rhiannon.

    Tony and Lynn Warton

    Saturday, 21 May 2022 Published in The West Australian


    Early Member of 1SAS Coy and SASR. He wore the burgundy beret with great pride. Condolences to his sons and their families.

    Cremation Service on 10th of June 2022 in Bunbury Crematorium commencing at 1400 hours.

    Medals to be worn by family request.

    Followed by a Wake at William Barretts, the Wellington Room, 17 Spencer Street, Bunbury.

    Who Dares Wins

    Wednesday, 8 June 2022 Published in The West Australian


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