the best memory of my brother Francois is when i return to australia. i had a wonderful welcome as the first place he took me to was the double bay icecreamery. i discovered the joy he had to live in australia and the generosity he showed me while i was here. he was a generous brother. pierre
cette tragedie est dans mon espreit jour et nuit mais il auroiet du en parler a ses amis si compehenssifs toujours prets a s entraider quel reconfort de savoir que chacun a prie pour F.X.BRULET. dons sa propre longer . merci a tous de tout coeur
it's still hard to believe you're gone francois. the last time tom was in sydney, i remember i could hear you and dad arguing about god knows what and tom walked into my room just as i got off the phone and said "i never miss hearing your dad and francois argue". we have lost one of our best friends. thanks for the memories frenchy, i'll never forget you
When I was a young child, he used to teach me songs with 'funny' words I couldn't understand. That would make my grand-mother (his aunt) very upset! the more she would get upset, the more he laughed (me too) and the more we continued singing! So far..... So long.... Rest in peace!
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