Jack Williams will be farewelled at a funeral on Friday.
With coronavirus restrictions only allowing 30 people at funerals, the family have asked those who wish to farewell the 27-year-old to make a guard of honour, while social distancing, from the funeral home to the cemetery.
Sister Rhianna Williams said they invite "anyone and everyone who was a part of his life" to line the streets from Lester and Sons funeral home on Mate Street, North Albury to the Lutheran cemetery at Pioneer Drive, Jindera.
"We thank everyone so much for all of their love and support for us during this tragic time, we are so appreciative," she said.
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"As you all know due to the COVID-19 circumstances we are unable to send off Jack the way we all know we should."
Miss Williams said the hearse will leave the funeral home at 10am.
"Once we have driven past and then arrived at the cemetery we will have someone there who will Facebook live stream Zoom his big day for you all to see at 10.30am," she said.
"We are so heartbroken that we can't send him off the way we would prefer, but are hoping this will be the next best thing," she said.