We are named after Eric, a wonderful man who helped the founder and many other migrants to settle in Australia. An open-minded, tolerant, peace-loving, gentle, generous-hearted man, who was kind, courteous, reliable, and always friendly. He was modest about his achievements, remembered for his kindness and his willingness to always help others, he has made a difference to our founder and other migrants to settle in this beautiful country.
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Eric was my neighbor for many years, an open-minded, humble, tolerant, peace-loving, gentle, generous-hearted man, who was kind, courteous, reliable and always friendly. We ‘shared’ hens for many years and after he died, the hen house, which he’d carefully planned and had built, was moved to my garden. Eric‘s carefully nurtured vegetables were a delight for the neighbours. He thanked us for taking his beans and rhubarb! I learned so much from Eric including waiting until Cup Day before planting tomatoes. He was modest about his achievements but did occasionally mention his career as a Station Master. His memory for details and history was phenomenal. He was a true railway buff and knew everything one could possibly know about Railway History, train travel in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, and the world. He loved traveling and actually died at Andamooka on an Outback Expedition. He brought people together in a quiet, unassuming way and when he offered his home for international students it became a safe, welcoming haven. Eric was an almost perfect human and is appropriately remembered in Bendigo in this place of loving care.