Ben Coghlan Obituary, Death – Ben Coghlan of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia has passed away unexpectedly. Ben worked at Brunswick Baths. He went to St. Bernard’s College, Melbourne. According an online publication; Hi all, My older brother Ben passed away earlier this week, and my family and I have been dealt a devastating blow as a result of his passing. Everyone in this room is in shock, and we are extremely appreciative of the outpouring of love and support that we have received over the course of the past two days.

My brother Tim, my parents, and both of my parents’ dogs, Meg and Snoopy, are all completely smitten with him. It is very difficult for me to be on the other side of the world at this time; however, the messages that I have been receiving have been extremely thoughtful, and I am confident that my mother and father, along with Tim and Meg, are receiving excellent care. Being on the other side of the world at this time is very difficult for me. This post will be updated as soon as we have any information regarding the funeral; however, we do not have any information regarding the funeral at this time.

This news has completely shattered my worldview. During this difficult time, your family as well as Ben’s loved ones are being kept in my thoughts and prayers. During the time that we were doing our service in the United States, he was the epitome of a true gentleman, and it was a pleasure to work with him. During this trying time, I want you to know that your family is in my thoughts and prayers. Please accept my condolences.

On the following Saturday, December 10th, 2022, at one o’clock in the afternoon, a Memorial Service to Celebrate His Life will be held at Moonee Valley Racecourse in honor of Benjamin (Ben) Coghlan. The Moonee Valley Racecourse is going to be the location of this event (upstairs in the Celebrity Room). You can leave your car at the Moonee Valley Centre Car Park, which can be reached via Gate 6 on Dean Street or Gate 7 on Wilson Street. Both of these gates are located in the center of the complex. Anyone who would like to join us in celebrating the incredible life he led is more than welcome to do so. Both the funeral and the burial were conducted in secret for the family’s benefit.