MADEX Barry Edward

Passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday 3rd October 2018, aged 73.
Dearly loved brother of Daryl and Trevor and their families.
A much loved and respected entertainer in Geelong and district.
Will be sadly missed by all who loved him.

Funeral NoticeFriday October 12, 2018 - 10:30am

Family and friends are invited to attend a Service to Celebrate the Life of Mr Barry Madex to be held at Portarlington Uniting Church, Newcombe Street, Portarlington on FRIDAY (12th October) at 10.30am prior to a Private Cremation.
No flowers by request.

Tributes
  1. Barry was a great entertainer he did his act at my 21st birthday party in 1973 everyone enjoyed it.Another real Port local sadly missed.Vivienne Lamoureux (Tanner)

    Vivienne Lamoureux October 8 2018
  2. Happy memories of the times spent together
    Great entertainer never to be forgotten
    Dear friend of
    Peter Cox (Queensland)
    Norma Ward

    Norma Ward October 9 2018
  3. He did our wedding ,dj that’s was 39 years ago we had bubbles smoke machine great music .
    Always excellent at what he did.

    Wendy Patrick Carroll October 9 2018
  4. Happy memories of the times we all spent together will live with us forever.
    Dear friend of ,
    Norma Ward and Peter Cox .

    Norma Ward October 10 2018
  5. Sad time for Barry’s family and friends. He has been a mate of mine for nearly all of our 73 years. He has bought a lot of laughs to many people over the years with his act and a lot of enjoyment with his music. Sorry I cant be there to say goodbye Jummy but will be thinking of you and all those great and fun times. Cheers Peter Cox.

    Peter Cox October 11 2018
  6. O dear oh. To find you have passed is a heartache nothing but a heart ache. You were my dear friend from 1967 until 1972 when I began midwifery training in Melbourne. I lost contact with you but kept a place for you in my heart. At Geelong Palais you were an enthusiastic, marvelous entertainer who sparkled. God bless you, you big hearted, kind man. Thank you for making this world a happier place.

    Marlene Boyd-Wilson December 2 2018