Graeme Millar Obituary, Death – The news that our dear friend and brother, VWBr Graeme Millar, who had been receiving care at The Oaks Nursing Home in Gisborne, had passed away fills us with an overwhelming sense of loss. VWBr Graeme Millar had been receiving care at The Oaks Nursing Home in Gisborne. It is with deep regret that we must inform you of this development.
In roughly a month, he would become 82 years old for the very first time in his life.
In the roughly six weeks that have passed since Graemes’s diagnosis earlier this year with a lung condition, his health has been steadily declining at an alarming rate. This is especially true in light of the fact that he has been experiencing such a rapid decline. The fact that The Great Architect, in all of his infinite wisdom, has chosen to take Graeme in order to spare him the agony of continuing to live his life can provide some consolation to us at this time, despite the fact that none of us are able to find any comfort in what is happening. The fact that The Great Architect chose to take Graeme in order to spare him the agony of continuing to live his life in order to spare him the agony of continuing to live his
Graeme was one of the most well-liked, admired, and respected gentlemen and Freemasons that any person could have had the opportunity to meet. He was also one of the most well-known people in the world. He had a strong reputation in his neighborhood. Because of this, it was impossible for anyone to speak ill of him, and he himself would never speak ill of another person. Additionally, he made it impossible for others to criticize him in any way.
He was the kind of person about whom it was impossible for anyone to say anything unfavorable, and that was precisely how he carried himself. His contributions over the course of a number of years were very generous, and he was a steadfast supporter of Gisborne Lodge in addition to the community of Gisborne as a whole.
Within the next week, details regarding the memorial services that will be held in Graeme’s honor will be made accessible to the general public, and they will be disseminated as soon as they are prepared to be discussed. I hope and pray that you are able to locate some serenity and calm in your life, Brother. You are going to be missed tremendously in every possible way.
Brother Miles Nelson currently serves as the Worshipful Master of Gisborne Lodge No. 298, which he founded.