In Loving Memory
Of
Frederick Joseph (Frank) Deken

Service
THURSDAY 21ST JULY 2022 COMMENCING AT 10:30 A.M.

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In Loving Memory
Of
Frederick Joseph Deken
(Frank)
24.01.1936 – 07.07.2022
Passed away in his sleep – now at peace.
Dearly loved husband and treasured
soulmate of Janice (dec).
Dearest and loving father of
Wayne, Sharon and Greg.
Fond and affectionate father-in-law
of Leanne, Brendan and Donna.
Much loved and adored Poppa to Alex, Jye,
Mitch, Tenielle, Laura, Luke and Lochie.

Forever in our hearts.
Rest in peace Dad.
You will be remembered always.

A Funeral Service for
Frederick Joseph Deken (Frank)
will be held at
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home
190 Princes Highway, Pakenham on
Thursday 21st July 2022
commencing at 10:30 a.m.
A private cremation will follow.

In lieu of flowers a donation to
Dementia Australia would be appreciated.
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Condolences / Guest Book

  1. My thoughts are with you all in this difficult time. Remember the good times and I am sure all the wonderful memories you all have will flow as you pay tribute to him.

    Georgie Adams
  2. Dear Sharon and family,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
    Much love to you.
    xxx

    Francesca Langenberg
  3. To Sharon, Greg & Wayne & to their families, we are sorry for loss of your father. He was larger than life & one of a kind. He will be greatly missed. Now reunited with his loving wife & our gorgeous Aunty. Our thoughts are with you on this difficult day. Lots of Love, from all the Browns & our families.

    Mark Brown
  4. Dear Sharon, Brendan, Laura, Luke and Lochie, we’re sending you all our love and sincere condolences at this sad time. Love, Sue, Rob and Lucinda xxx

    Sue Halls
  5. Our beautiful Frank, how I loved caring for you these past couple of years, hearing all about your adventures at “The Goon”, I even went and had a beer there you loved seeing the photos.

    I will miss you playing the Dig for me, rest easy now my friend.

    Condolences to all the family and friends

    Sharon Barac
  6. Dear Shaz, wishing you and all the family peace in your wonderful memories of Frank, what a character he was, a life well lived and with love. With our deep sympathy and love, Caz, Sean and family.

    Caz and Sean Coady
  7. Sharon and family
    Our thoughts and we’ll wishes are with you now and always. The memories will always stay with you and these and the support of your lived ones will be what you will cherish. He and your mum will be always with you in your heart

    Kim and Jason McGregor
  8. Sending my condolences to all..
    RiP Frank ..
    Will miss your funny sense of humour & our chats at Lynbrook Park .

    Theresa Piper
  9. To Dearest Sharon, Brendan, Laura, Luke and Lochie, sending lots of love on the passing of your dear Dad and Poppa. Hold the memories close to your hearts. May time heal the sadness that you feel at the moment, and please know that you are in our thoughts.

    Jane and Brendan
  10. Our dear Frank, we miss your laughter through the corridors of Lynbrook Park and how you kept us all entertained with your dancing during happy hour. Your personality was larger than life and you are deeply missed by us all. Rest in peace dear Frank. Condolences to the family. With all our love, from the residents and staff at Lynbrook Park.

    Maria Pentony
    • Thanks Maria, we greatly appreciate all the care and support you and the staff at Lynbrook gave to our father during an extraordinarily challenging time for everyone.

      Wayne Deken
  11. Dear Dekens.

    So sorry for your loss.
    Sorry I could not be there on the day of the funeral to support you all. My thoughts were definitely with you all.
    I just watched the service and what a lovely way to say farewell.
    As Wayne stated you always learn something about someone’s life at a funeral and I learnt a lot just now.
    May he now rest in peace. Farewell Poppa.

    Bronwyn Smedley
    • Thanks Brony, we greatly appreciate your kind words and the support of you and your entire family. Love, the Dekens

      Wayne Deken