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Colin Frederick Dickinson

Colin Frederick Dickinson  was born on 4th June, 1934 and passed away on 21st March, 2024.

Aged 89 years. Late of Polo Place, Parklands. Passed away at the Bundaberg Base Hospital on March 21st, 2024. Beloved husband of Sophia. Dearly loved father and father-in-law of Kaylene & Jim, Janelle & Noel, Nigel & Genelyn, and Brenda & Micheal. Loving grandfather of Ben, Jenna, Sarah-Lee, Susan, Kerry-Anne, Kaylene, Ellen, Joel, Ashton, and Riley, and great-grandfather of 10 (twins dec’d). Dearly loved son of Frederick & Mary Dickinson (both dec’d), and son-in-law of Philipp & Sylvia Netz (both dec’d). Loved brother of Len (dec’d), Ken, Eddie, Roy (dec’d), and Isobel and much loved uncle of their respective families.

“Forever In Our Hearts”

Relatives and friends of Colin and his family are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral Service to be held in the Chapel “Branyan Gardens”, Cummins Road, Branyan, on Thursday, March 28th, 2024, at 1:00 p.m.

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11 Replies to “Colin Frederick Dickinson”

  1. Our deepest condolences to Sophie and the whole family, may happy memories of Col help you in this sad time.
    Ray and Barb Gilbert (nee McNee)

  2. To Sophie, Nigel, Brenda and Families. Our thoughts are with you all at this sad time. May God comfort you all and our prayers are with you. Pam and John Baldwin

  3. With deepest sympathy to Sophia and family Isobel, Joe and family in the sad loss of Colin. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  4. Much love to you all as you farewell … Uncle Col.
    To you Uncle Col…Thank you for the wonderful times we had while I was growing up in Vasey Street and Simms Road. Many happy and treasured memories, along with our fair share of shananigans along the way. And for being a special part of our family. Your cheeky grin and great cuddles not forgotten. May you now rest in peace. Leanne and Barb xoxo

  5. Rest in Peace Uncle Col. I would dearly have loved to say a final goodbye but circumstances prevented it. Sending much love and sympathies to Aunty Soph, Nigel and Brenda and their families. Thanks for the laughs over the years, you will not be forgotten. Rest easy. Daphne Moscrop (Netz), Daphne Netz and families

  6. To Sophie, Nigel and Brenda,
    Please accept our sincere belated sympathies (as I only found out the sad news today)
    From Brian and Lisa Rasmussen

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