BLAKERS ALBERT Passed away peacefully on the 01.02.21, aged 88 years. Devoted and adored husband to Esther for 64 years. Father to their four sons Bevan, Greg, David and Craig. Much loved father-in-law and adored ‘Pop' to his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Bert's stories and presence will be greatly missed but never forgotten. A true, hard working gentleman who was kind to and very well respected by all. Time to rest old fella, you've earned it. Funeral details to be advised once known.
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Sincere condolences to Aunty Esther and cousins Bevan, Greg, Craig and David and all the family. We have such happy memories of staying in the cottage at Frog Hollow, riding motorbikes and swimming with Craig and David, catching marron with our dad (Larry, dec.) and enjoying the farm. Uncle Bert was always a larger-than-life character! Best wishes to you all, Linda Brown, Janet Brookes and also on behalf of our mum, Terri Blakers.
To Esther, Bevan, Greg, David and Craig, sincere condolences to you all. Mr Blakers was always such a beautiful man whom made our trips to Broke Inlet all that more delightful. Rest In Peace, you were so loved by all who knew you.
Thinking of you all,
Gabrielle Holm. Xoxo
BLAKERS Albert Charles (Bert):
26.08.1932 - 01.02.2021
Our dearest Pop. Going to miss all your stories and the way your face used to light up when Louis and Cole would come running in, calling your name. We will keep the truck and all the gear working at the farm so you can keep an eye on everything. And make sure you give all the dogs up there a good scratch!
Rest In Peace mate, you’ve earned it.
Lots of love Shane, Courtney, Louis, Cole and Otis.
Bert was very friendly and helpful to my parents Jim and Doreen Renwick. It was an honour to have him present at Doreen's 100th birthday in 2015. I too remember good times visiting the farm during school holidays. My condolences to all the family especially Esther.
To Mrs Blakers and Families
Our sincere and deepest sympathy on the sad loss of great man our thoughts and prayers are with you all
Tony and Fran Potito
A Guadagnino and Co
Sincere condolences to Esther and family on the passing of Bert, many good memories of a great bloke.
Barry and Sue Armstrong
BLAKERS ALBERT (Bert):
Our heartfelt sympathy to Esther, Bevan, Greg, David, Craig and their families on the loss of your larger than life husband and father. He was an enthusiastic Manjimup farmer. Our young families enjoyed many good times together - marron fishing, trips to Broke Inlet, rides in the "golden Holden" and on the tractor - potatoes, apples, onions, gladioli, sweet corn and wine! In later years, our wonderful outback trips around Australia - priceless memories.
Bert was not only a cousin, he was also a lifelong friend to Ron (dec), Dawn, Cheryl, Lois, Karen, Geoff and families - his great sense of humour and stories will be sadly missed.
Deepest sympathy to Esther, Bevan, Greg, David, Craig and all families on your sad loss of Bert. A special man who had a heart of gold. Bill Lavis.
Loving memories of a wonderful man. Sympathy to Esther and families. He will be sadly missed. Rodna, Colin and boys.