VALE : 38756 THEODORE “TED” BOLTON, 6 RAR, 1966/67
Sadly, we have been informed by Kevin Moss, that Theodore “Ted” Boltong passed away peacefully on 22th February 2022, Aged 76 years.
Ted Boltong (6RAR 65-71), (a mate of 46 years who I had the honour of serving with in the RAE (A-Res) after my time with 3RAR) passed away on the morning of the 22nd Feb. after a long battle with that insidious disease Alzheimer’s.
I thought it appropriate that the Association representing the Regiment he served with and spoke so highly of should know of his passing.
I have also forwarded a copy of this e-mail to the 6 RAR Victorian Representative as I believe Ted held this position at one time.
There are no details regarding funeral arrangements or family wishes regarding the service at this stage.
Duty First. Regards, Kevin Moss.
Funeral information is:
- A Funeral Mass for Mr. Theodore “Ted” Boltong will be offered at St Leonard’s Catholic Church, 349 Springvale Road Glen Waverley;
- Tuesday 8th March 2022
- Burial will take place on Wednesday 9th March 2022 at 12:30pm at the Geelong Western Cemetery, off Norwood Street Geelong West.
- Flowers are welcome or donations may be made to Dementia Australia, envelopes will be available at the Church and Cemetery.
- The Funeral Mass for Theodore (Ted) will also be Webcast live on Tuesday March 8th 2022 at 12.30pm (AEST) Webcast | Tobin Brothers Funerals (5stream.com). (To view the Webcast please ensure you are using Google Chrome or the latest version of your preferred internet browser. If you have the page/screen open for a period of time prior to the streaming commencing, once the digital countdown clock gets down to zero, please refresh your page by clicking on the icon semi-circle arrow in the top left hand of your screen, to re-set the tribute page and the streaming. The streaming will commence shortly after your page has been refreshed).
Please join with us in offering our deepest sympathy to those who will mourn the passing of a loved one. Another 6 RAR family member, taken too soon.
LEST WE FORGET
Allan Whelan, Secretary