Murray’s Funeral Service will be held on MONDAY, 1st March, 2021 at 2:00pm in the Main Chapel of Berry’s Funeral Home, 204 Magill Road, Norwood.
Please enter the Chapel car park via Prosser Avenue.
Due to COVID restrictions, registration of your attendance is ESSENTIAL. The maximum capacity is 200 people. Once at capacity no more tickets will be allocated. Please register your attendance via the trybooking link below:
Murray’s Funeral Service can be live-streamed (and also viewed following its conclusion) at this webpage on MONDAY, 1st March, 2021 from 1:50pm for 2:00pm commencement by accessing the link below:
When you click the link, it takes you to a title page that will show the name, time, day of the Service.
This will have a start time also, displayed in the time zone of the country that you are watching the link from.
When it gets within an hour or so of start time, this automatically changes to a countdown timer.
When we go live the page will automatically change to the live broadcast, there is no need to log in or do anything other than click on the hyperlink above.
Please check the audio settings of your device.
Due to COVID restrictions, registration of your attendance is essential by visiting www.berryfunerals.com.au
Murray’s Funeral Service will also be live-streamed at this website.
The West Adelaide Football Club and their Past Players and Officials send their condolences to the family and friends of Murray Weideman who passed away at the age of 85.
Murray was Captain-Coach of West Adelaide in 1968 and 1969 taking the Bloods to the 1969 Preliminary Final. He was then Coach between 1970-1971
He made his debut for West Adelaide on April 13 1968 for round 1 against South Adelaide at Adelaide Oval.
Whilst at West Adelaide he played 39 games and kicked 14 goals. Murray also served on the Committee from 1979 – 1982.
VALE Murray Weideman