In Loving Memory
of
Dean William Fiddler

Service
FRIDAY 1ST FEBRUARY 2019. COMMENCING AT 10:00 A.M.
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A Funeral Service for
Dean William Fiddler will be held at
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home
190 Princes Highway Pakenham on
Friday 1st February 2019 commencing at 10:00 a.m.
A Private Cremation will be held.

 

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  1. I grew up riding with a cowboy on ol chips in the back yard !whether distance kept us apart or not .
    Cowboy down and I’m now wearing that shirt you gave me . With pride in my heart
    Always in my mind from the good times to the no so.
    Go ride them wild bulls n horses in the skies above..
    You cousin and lil brother Jonno and Bianca
    ( your dancing partner.)

    John william beadle
  2. Deano friends for overr 46 years. The fun we had at shows doing novelties. Watching you ride at rodeos. Dancing at the hotels and riding the mechanical bull. Our lives took different paths but we always kerpt in touch till the end. Loved you then and for ever. Condolences to you children grand child and your family . Look after those animals over the bridge cowboy. R.I.P Cowboy.

    Diane (Hill) Costello
  3. We met in 1986 and became great friends. We shared some great times together and with our families. Horses,cars and Wild Turkey, shit we drank some of that over the years. Who’ll give me shit when the Poms lose the cricket. You taught me a lot over the time I knew you and I’m going too miss you mate, your humour, your kindness and friendship.

    Guy Lewis
  4. Dean you were truly a great mate to Guy. We shall remember so many fun times together with you and your family. You put me on my first quarter horse, and then lit that match. You said to us on the day I married Guy my best mate. In life if you have a good dog, you’ll have great kids. Well Willy Fiddler you were a Prophet Blessed with two fantastic young fella’s, great dogs, two amazing quarter horse and fortunate to have married my best mate. We will always treasure the great memories and think of you when we sing “ Friends in low places “ with a bourbon in hand. Cowboy up Dean xx

    Kylie lewis
  5. Deano my friend, you where one of a kind. I am so sorry I can not be there to send you home today, but today I will take time out to pay my respect to you. Sending my love, strength and light to your children, family and friends.
    Thankyou so much for your love, guidance, and countless conversations and laughs around your dining table in heyfield over the year’s. Your support over the past 12 months and well wishes has been really appreciated. Until we meet again old boy xxx

    Rachael Longin
  6. I remember with much fondness waiting at the other end of a “rescue race”…11-12 years old, heart pounding, watching the horse gallop towards me, fast as, and a big arm dropping down scooping me up onto the back of the horse safely and swiftly and galloping flat chat back to get first prize. My parents watching on the side lines aghast as they weren’t sure what a rescue race entailed. Thank-you Dean for a wonderful childhood memory, may your family and friends find peace in knowing you and loving you.

    Tara Jelo
  7. Looking back on the memory of
    The dance we shared beneath the stars above
    For a moment all the world was right
    How could I have known you’d ever say goodbye
    And now I’m glad I didn’t know
    The way it all would end the way it all would go
    Our lives are better left to chance I could have missed the pain
    But I’d have to miss the dance .
    I know u will Take care of Bandit for me, just like u said u would 🙂
    Til we meet again cowboy xxx

    Bmanda
  8. Hey Deano,
    I never got to tell you what an inspiration you were to me, as a kid you gave me a ride in your Gold XC V8 Coupe and it was from that very day I wanted to become a Mechanic, you were doing so well as an Apprentice Spray Painter I just wanted to be like you. I often thought about you, wondering if you still had a passion for Ford Cars, I do and it’s because of you, my passion for Fords and Cars was solely your making, you have no idea Deano that who I have become in my life is the spirit in you from your life way back from that day I met you in ‘79 or ‘80
    A Family Friend of 40 years R.I.P. Deano.

    Darren (Stretch) Russell