In Loving Memory
of
Alan Whittaker

Service
THURSDAY 24TH JUNE 2021. COMMENCING AT 10.30 A.M.
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Alan Whittaker
Passed away suddenly
01.02.1963 – 07.06.2021

Loving husband of Lee,
Loving father of Bryony and Trent
father-in-law and friend of John.
Wonderful grandfather of Story and Winter.
Brother of Tony.

Loved and remembered everyday.
A gentle nature, a heart of gold,
these are memories we will hold.

A Funeral service for
Alan Whittaker will be held at
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home
190 Princes Highway, Pakenham on
Thursday 24th June 2021
commencing at 10.30 a.m.
A private cremation will follow.

 Due to the
current Government restrictions
a maximum of 75 may attend.
Please make contact with the family if you wish to attend.
These numbers may change
so please check back here for details.

Please note, due to the government restrictions
regarding COVID-19 you will be required 
to sign in via the QR code provided at the chapel.

Please click on the link below to
view the chapel service for Alan
which is scheduled to commence at
10.30 a.m. on Thursday 24th June 2021.

Click HERE to view the Live Stream of Alan’s Service

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to the family, please leave a message on the
“Leave a condolence” link located on this page.

 

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  1. Condolences to Lee and Family, A gentleman that would help anyone anytime…He will be sadly missed by all that knew and loved him..
    Go Doggies
    Michael Phelps

    Michael Phelps
  2. Rest in eternal love AL ! Thanks for being such a great friend , educating me on keto, fixing my lead machine every time I was frustrated! Most of all thanks for the good laughs and smart ass comments ! You’re good man al ! Gone to soon

    Karmen
  3. Cannot believe you are gone ‘little cuz’….only seems like yesterday l was teaching you to drive! Even though we had not seen each other for quite a while, l always thought about you! I remember that photo of you in your suit and holding up your trophy’s along with that gorgeous head of hair (which you wore with pride)! Rest In Peace beautiful boy xx Barb

    Barbara Patrick
  4. My family and I would like to send our deepest condolences to the Whittaker family. I am honored and blessed to call Alan family. Alan always made me laugh, was a gentleman and I will never forget, but sadly will miss his infectious smile. Rest in peace Cuz.

    Peter Eastham
  5. Deeply saddened to hear of your loss and sorry that I could not be there to attend Allan’s service. May the love and support of family and friends help to get you through the tough times ahead.

    JASON EASTHAM
  6. Sorry i cant be there little brother your always in my heart Love you always xx

    Miss you favouite Brother in Law, love Cherie xx

    Lee & Family, we are always here for you, all our love Tony, Cherie xx

    Tony whittaker
  7. Are truly heartfelt condolences to you Lee and the family, his passing will leave a void that couldn’t possibly be filled. He was such a quiet, kind and unassuming man and we are at a loss. Always in our thoughts, I know we are far away but if there’s anything we can do. Love always Dave and Jayne xoxo

    Jayne Quean and David Deen
  8. Lovely memories of a great guy much loved by uncle Gerry and l. How we wis we could hug you lee right now .your in our prayers and hearts all our love the johnson family in England xx

    Elaine Johnson
  9. Deepest sympathy to Lee, Trent and Bryony …. and all of Alan’s family and friends….. a great friend gone too soon, what a wonderful human being, Alan will always be missed and never forgotten xxx

    Brenda Cowe