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17.05.1930 — 08.02.2021 Cherished husband of Jean (dec), loving father of Cliff, Leonie and Robert, father-in-law to Elaine, Charlie and Peta, adored Pop of 9 and Big Pop of 16. A long life well lived and an absolute gentleman who will be greatly missed by all.

Published 11th Feb, 2021
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The Celebration of the Life of the Late Mr Frank Ernest Taylor of Bridgetown will take place at the BUNBURY Crematorium, Hales St, Bunbury on FRIDAY (19.02.2021) commencing at 12:00pm.

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  • TAYLOR (Frank):

    Gone to rejoin the Dongo Drongo gang. You will be sadly missed. Great mate to Neil and Beryl Frost (dec), Dennis (dec), Pam, Gail and Ashley and families. Sincere sympathy to Leonie, Cliff, Robert and families. A wonderful man.

    Saturday, 20 February 2021 Submitted online by Pam Frost
  • TAYLOR (Frank):

    A wonderful friend and neighbour to Mum (Joy Waller) for many years at Geegeelup Village.

    RIP dear Frank.

    Friday, 19 February 2021 Submitted online by Sue Waller
  • TAYLOR FRANK An Englishman and a gentleman who is now reunited with many of his generation. A true friend to many in Dongolocking, Dumbleyung and Wagin.

    Deepest sympathy to his family.

    RIP Mr (Frank) Taylor

    Saturday, 13 February 2021 Published in The West Australian

    Bridgetown's Grumpy Old Men Bridgetown's Men's Shed lost a true gentleman on Monday. Frank was a founding member and expert in woodturning, he was always willing to teach us the finer points of the trade. He can no way be replaced. There's an empty corner in the shed that can never be filled. Rest in Peace Frank.

    Saturday, 13 February 2021 Published in The West Australian


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