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Claude Vernon Poulter

Born in Zimbabwe on 24 April 1937
Passed away on 11 December 2018
Late of WANERIE
Aged 81 years
grandchildren and their partners Grandchildren great grandchildren The Family. 

Not there Brent Short and Tarryn, Micheal Short Claude and Felicity with sons Benjamin (left) and Wayne (right) Daughters: Veronica (left) Belinda (right) with Claude and Felicity
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Brother Claude was a Warrior and Soldier of this MESSAGE. We salute him and his ministry. We thank God that Australia had such a Bright LIGHT to shine and be a Witness. May the Lord Jesus bless his dear wife, Sis. Fe, his family and the Bride in Perth. I know that the Bride of Indonesia dearly loved him and thank him for his Years of Service and Faithfulness. God bless you. We will see again, Bro. Claude, soon!!
JOHN ANDES signed the Guest Book
I remember Brother Claude with much love. He was always a very kind, gentle, sincere and funny person who wore a green or khaki suit that I never liked. I remember the times I stayed in his home with Veronica, and how he would tolerate our teenage antics very gently. When I finally met Christ, Brother Claude was like a Spiritual father to me and I always have held him in my heart as such. He is also remembered with fond affection by my sons, who talk about the time he drove them home from church to his farm. On this trip, he bought them all a cold fizzy drink, and told them, "Now don't tell your mum about this". The moment they saw me, they all bolted out of his car to tell me that Brother Claude bought them a fizzy drink each. He laughed in mock horror and said in his characteristic way - "Becky!! I told them not to tell you." I look forward to seeing Brother Claude again in Glory, where he is enjoying his reward. My heart and prayers are with all the family at this sad time. Especially praying for Sister Fee, and for my forever friend - Veronica. I love you all. Becky
Rebekah posted a message for Claude Vernon Poulter
Bro Claude was a spiritual influence for myself in my young Christian walk for which I will ever be thankful! His humble gentle nature, his love for the word of God, his sense of humor, will always be fondly remembered in my heart. Although missed on this side I imagine heavens Angels rejoicing that another soldier has come home. His desire to see the message spread throughout Australia and Indonesia will have continued everlasting effects that only eternity will show. His life still speaks!
Sharon Andes signed the Guest Book
You have been a source of inspiration, real brother and a father. You humor alway brought light to my heart. You generosity and humility shall surely be missed.
Henry Nusetor signed the Guest Book
Uncle Claude

You will be surely be missed by all who had the honour to know and love you. You have left a big hole in all our hearts that only time can heal, but Heaven as gained another beautiful angel. You have been set free from the pain endured on this earth to run free amongst the trees and whenever l feel a breeze l will think of you with love and know that you are there. Lots of love, Ros xx
Ros Hensberg Fuhri signed the Guest Book
Dear uncle Claude

You left an impact on my life at a young age where you embraced me into your family and home .
You were always kind and took an interest in my life and made me feel like I was worth something.
Your non judgemental outlook on other people’s choices in life make us all want to be better people...your love for others was always so pure.
There is so much unsaid over the years but in essence the thing I would like to say to you the most is Thankyou
Heavens gain is our loss.
Evie Joy signed the Guest Book
Daddy - i wish I could just come and sit with you once again. I know you wanted to leave, but your parting has torn my heart in two.

I know you wanted to go to glory - that you were tired of the pain of this life.

But you left us all behind..... to continue on without you. I know time will heal but you will be missed so so much UNTIL..... your loving daughter Veronica xx
Mrs Felicity June Poulter signed the Guest Book