In Loving Memory
Christopher Jon “Chris” Dicker


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Christopher Jon Dicker
Passed away peacefully at home
on Christmas Day, aged 52 years.
Dearly beloved husband of Christina (Kiz).
Father to Katrina, Grandad to Kasia and Aidyn.
Son of Jim and Tricia (dec). 
Son-in-law of Tom (dec) and Denise.
Brother of Roslynne, Garry, Karolyn, Sherrilyn and their partners.
Brother-in-law to John (dec), Catherine, Vikki and Jzanelle.
Cherished uncle to all his nieces and nephews.
Treasured nephew of his very special uncles and aunties.

Thank you to the brilliant teams at
Monash Health, McCulloch House,
Bunyip High Street Medical Centre
and Palliative Care South East.

Now you’re sleeping peacefully,
away from so much pain,

but the love in all our hearts will eternally remain.
“Gone fishing!”

Chris was not only my son, he was my best mate!
I don’t know what I will do without him?
I will miss him and love him forever.
Rest In Peace mate.
– Love Dad

In loving memory of Chris,
the easy going guy with lots of laughs,
Our dear son in law Chris,
As he often said : “It is what it is”,
Rest in the peace and love of God.
– Love from ‘Ma’ Denise and Tom (dec.) Cervasio and family.

Requiem Mass for the
Repose of the Soul for
Mr Christopher Jon Dicker
will be offered at
St Patrick’s Catholic Church
142 Princes Highway Pakenham
(entry via O’Shannessy Street)
on Monday 10th January 2022
commencing at 11:00 a.m.
At the conclusion of Mass the funeral
will leave for the Bunyip Cemetery
Bunyip-Tonimbuk Road, Bunyip.

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  1. So sad that Chris had to suffer but the relief must be considerable. Thoughts are with Kiz, Jim, Roslynne, Garry, Karolyn, Sherrilyn and families

    Rae & Ron
  2. Chris was a big man in many ways – especially in his humanitarian ways with others. RIP Big Fella. You will be missed by many

    Kevin & Margaret Wyatt
  3. Dear Christina, deepest and warmest condolences to you. This news was such a shock to us and I know you are surrounded by loving family and friends at this time. Chris was such a lovely man and will be well remembered. From the Cervasio family, our deepest sympathy.

    John and Margaret Cervasio
  4. Rest in peace Chris. So sad that you’re no longer with us but glad that you’re now out of pain.

    You have been a great friend to me, and working with you on the tennis club committee has been ‘too easy’ and an absolute ball! We will miss you terribly but your legacy will continue and we will always remember you with a smile.

    Love and hugs to Kiz and the family

    Vanessa xxx

    Vanessa Kent
  5. To my good, best Mate. Make sure you do plenty of fishin’. Rest peacefully, good friend.

    You will always be my best Mate. Always in my heart❤ and my thoughts.

    Penn Russell
  6. So sorry for your loss. Sending our love and condolences to all of you. My thoughts are with you always ❤️❤️❤️

    Mandy and Jason
  7. Thinking of you, Kiz, as we farewell a great guy with a big heart and an even bigger laugh, (as well as a mean forehand!). He fought bravely and openly but was taken way too soon, he will be missed by all at the tennis club.

    Helen and Tony Ross
  8. To my dear cuz that I only had the pleasure of meeting with once in this lifetime. Hope you get all the fresh seafood you like up there and I’m sure my Dad will look after you and enjoy all the fishing right alongside you xoxo forever in our hearts ❤️❤️

  9. My heartfelt condolences to Kiz and family. Chris and his heart of gold and infectious laughter will be missed throughout the community. Rest in peace my friend.

    Jarrad McGennisken
  10. Condolences to you and all the family Kizzy. It doesn’t seem possible that Chris is no longer with us. A big man with a big heart. We remember fondly our last visit to Australia. Your hospitality and friendship, where nothing was too much trouble for either of you. Much love and strength my dearest friend,
    Annie and Bob xx

    Anne Chamberlain
  11. RIP Chris. A loyal, trustworthy man. I will always remember you looking after me in Year 7 and 8 at Hallam High School and was great to reconnect through Facebook and our love of fishing after many years. Condolences to the family and always thinking of you. Regards Craig

    Craig Geddes
  12. My condolences to the family. Fond memories of our Primary school days at Holy Family and then the Doveton Tennis Club. RIP Chris.

    Tom Devine
  13. Our deepest condolences to Ros Katie and Shannon. I know Chris is a much loved brother and uncle and words cannot express the loss and pain you feel. Thinking of you and your extended family. Rest In Peace Chris.

    Jeanette and Greg Cole
  14. G day big fella you will be sadly missed by your family and friends and by any one that was lucky enough to of met you. We shared two things mate a love for family and a love for fishing. You can fish all ya like now. My deepest condolences and my kindness regards. To your beautiful family and friends. Bill Clark

    Bill clark
  15. I only knew you for a few short years, but enjoyed our catch ups on a Monday night. We will all miss your happy smiling face around the tennis club. Your infectious laugh on court every Monday night was a joy. Thank you for organizing our Monday nights for all those years. You will be sorely missed, but I am so pleased the Monday night competition is now named after you. “Too Easy” takes on new meaning.

    Taken too soon, but no longer in pain, condolences to all the family.

    Steve Shorten
  16. Chris you will be missed dearly, we are thankful for the time spent together. We always appreciated the amazing cuts of meat at Christmas and good times and laughs shared. We never got to have our hit of tennis however we sure will share a court sometime in the heavens and enjoy each other’s presence.
    Rest In peace and love

    Beau & Jacob
    • Dear cousin Jimmy and family My Condolences For the Loss of your best mate and Son Christopher I will miss some of the texts and photos we shared before his illness it is with a heavy heart that it is no right that when our children pass before their parent’s. Chris was a top guy and great fisherman Jimmy stay Strong. All our Love Neville Toni Andrew and Brett.
      Sorry I can’t be there but will be viewing it on screen.

      Neville Dicker
  17. Thankyou Chris for being a good Friend to me over the years and for always saying when I saw you, that I was always welcome at your home, it has meant alot. I can’t believe that your no longer with us, it’s hard to take in, but your pain has now ceased and that is a blessing. To Kiz your beautiful strong wife and my Friend that has stood by your side through all the pain, let your friends now be there for you, as you will need us, when your readyMy Heart felt condolences go out to both families, grieving the loss of a beautiful man, a son and best Mate to his Dad Jim, a husband to his beautiful wife Kiz(Christina Louise), Father, Grandfather and Friend to Many. Rest In Peace My Friend, it has been a pleasure knowing you ️️

  18. Chris was a good friend. Our Tennis Club will miss him greatly, especially his leadership together with his amazing humour. Gone far too soon.

    Julie Kidd
  19. Chris, It was an absolute honour to know you and be your friend and neighbour.
    Nothing was ever too much trouble and was always met with that familiar phrase of yours “ Too easy “ such was the type of bloke you were, always there to lend a hand . I am really going to miss you and our endless chats about cars and all things farming .
    Our deepest condolences goes out to Kiz , Jim and extended family of Chris .
    Rest peacefully mate . Pete and Deb OFarrell

    Peter OFarrell
  20. For me Chris will always be remembered as a fun loving, caring guy who had a clear passion for the tennis club and it’s members. Your calming and relaxed nature will be missed for sure mate. Condolences to the whole family.

    Chris Millidonis
  21. Today as we say our final goodbyes to you brother, we will remember the great times & many happy memories.
    I remember as a young girl when we use to share a bedroom, you would draw a map of a town on my blackboard & we would play cars together for hours on end. And the times when you would torture me for fun (as big brother’s do) & punch my dolls in the face lol!!! It’s memories like these & many more that will stay with us forever.
    Taken way too soon, but you are now free from all the pain.
    Rest peacefully our brother, brother in law & Uncle.
    Say “Hi” to mum for me xxx
    Your little sis Shez, Andy & nephews Callum & Jake xxx

    Shez, Andy, Callum & Jake
  22. Sorry to hear of the loss of Chris to all the family & his good friends
    He was a great bloke & always up for a laugh & the many great times with the whole family years ago
    My deepest sympathy to you all & will be watching via webcast
    May he rest peacefully

    Glen Evans
  23. My condolences to Kiz and the family. Chris will be missed but forever remembered by the members of the Bunyip Tennis Club. Tyson

    Tyson Dennis
  24. Chris, you always had a warm smile and welcomed everyone. You did an amazing job organising our Monday night tennis; and you did it with warmth, fun and always showed care for all of our members. You were always willing to step in when our teams needed a player and equally keen to step out to allow another member to play. Thankyou so much;I will miss you. Sincere condolences to your family. Anne-Marie

    Anne-Marie Helmore
  25. To my dear Uncle Chris, you will be sadly missed, but fondly remembered. Until we meet again, rest peacefully and remain close to us.
    Lots of love and prayers, Daniel and Jessica.

    Daniel Jackson
  26. A great man with a big heart taken too soon,positive to the end. Big condolences to the family and everyone who knew him , until we meet again.

    Peter Roberts
  27. Deepest sympathy to all of Chris’s family and friends .
    It’s so sad when a loved ones time comes leave , hopefully you will find comfort in the memories left behind. Mine are of sandwiches on the beach with the Dicker family ❤️
    Love Cheryl

    Cheryl McDonald /Savage