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MOUNTFORD Frederick

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MOUNTFORD Frederick

FRED 23.4.1933 — 15.2.2021 Dad passed away peacefully after a short illness. Thank you to staff at Albany Health Campus and Albany Hospice.

Loved by Annette, Allyson, Sue, Ray, Christine and families.

Published 17th Feb, 2021
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  • MOUNTFORD (Frederick):

    Fond memories of a fun brother-in-law. Farmer till the end. Sincere condolences to all his extended family.

    Love Linley and Ross

    Wednesday, 24 February 2021 Submitted online by Linley Scott
  • MOUNTFORD (Frederick):

    Deepest sympathy to all the Family in the loss of your Father Fred and Grandfather. Well known man in our district. 

    Gary and Erika Woolhouse and Family.

    Tuesday, 23 February 2021 Submitted online by Gary & Erika Woolhouse
  • MOUNTFORD (Frederick):

    Dear Annette, Ally, Sue, Ray, Christine and families - please accept our deepest sympathy on the passing of your beloved Dad Fred - "The Count". He will be sadly missed by you all but we know you will have so many happy memories of a life well lived.

    With love from Peter and Denise Warren and family.

    Monday, 22 February 2021 Submitted online by Denise Warren
  • MOUNTFORD (FRED)

    My big brother, memories, a great life.

    Eunice, Paul and family.

    Tuesday, 23 February 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • MOUNTFORD FRED A life time of wonderful memories.

    A special brother and life time best mate.

    Will be sadly missed Rest Peacefully Fred Cecil and Iris and family

    Thursday, 18 February 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • MOUNTFORD (FRED)

    Will be sadly missed. A true friend. Thanks for the memories. Alan and Carole Sandilands.

    Thursday, 18 February 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • MOUNTFORD (FRED)

    A friend for many years. A good man, a good mate. A beef cattle guru. Don't make 'em like Fred any more - lost the mold.

    Roger Kearnan.

    Thursday, 18 February 2021 Published in The West Australian

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