Frank

 

21.5.1942 – 11.2.2022

 

Passed away peacefully at

Clayton Church Homes, Prospect.

 

Beloved husband of Yvonne.

 

Adored father of

Louise, Matthew and Emily.

 

Loved son of Mary and Thomas (both deceased)

 

Loved brother of John and Bernie

(both deceased) and

brother-in-law of John.

 

Cherished Pa to Edward and Lucy.

 

Forever in our Hearts

Rest In Peace.

 

Message Board


Valli Kemp -

Wonderful memories of dear 'Fronk'. A 'gentle' man. Peace perfect peace. Love and thoughts to Von and family.


Marianne hodshon -

My condolences to Louise and family. My memory of Mr Braybon as the head master at regency Park school, he was kind hearted man. Rest in peace,


Trudy Gepp -

Frank, you were my vice principal, my friend and my best friend's dad which made you my dad because we all share the same parents. My biggest memory of you was diving into the swimming pool at Somerton and you came up at the other end. You were so tall. It was like you were half the size of the swimming pool but I was only 5 at the time. Thank you for letting me into your family. Luv and hugs always. From Trudy


Marianne Hodshon -

My condolences to Louise and family


Lea Thorpe -

Such fond memories of an amazing person and advocate for young people with disabilities : A great leader at Regency Park School and a man who was fun , passionate and caring . Those times will be remembered and will always be so special 🙏


Bernard and Pamela Milner -

Special memories of Pa Frank, as he is known to our shared grandchildren, a lovely man who will be greatly missed but never forgotten. Condolences to his family and friends.


Alan and Maureen Martin -

A wonderful man, our sincere condolences, RIP Frank.


Peter Rankine -

So sorry to hear of Frank’s passing. A good colleague and a good man. His was the soul of the school. Vale Frank. Our thoughts to Von, Louise, Matthew and Emily Kate.


Ruth and Sam De Luca -

Our condolences to you all. We will always remember the warmth, kindness and generosity Frank showed us when we stayed in Adelaide with Frank and Von. He proudly showed off his wine cellar, fed us well at the markets and we were stoked to see him driving the tourist train in the mall. We since enjoyed hearing many recounts ftom Emily and Rob detailing Frank's dedication to his family as a loving grandfather, very much involved in activities with Edward and Lucy. A truly wonderful man.


Lynn Roberts -

I have such fond memories of Frank, our dedicated AP at Regency Park School. Such a caring, considerate man who was truly dedicated to and a strong advocate for young people with disabilities. So sad to hear of his death. Rest In Peace Frank


Annette Smyth -

Frank, you were a wonderful mentor, always supportive and approachable. I thank you for letting me work along side you for many years. Will be fondly missed and always in my thoughts. My condolences to Von and family Love Annette Smyth


Celia Curtis -

Thinking of you and sending lots of love Von, Emily Kate, Louise and Matthew. So many wonderful memories of Frank, always with a kind hearted smile, a playful sense of humour and a sparkle in his eye. Go well on your journey Frank. It was a privilege to know you.


Ben Reece -

Uncle Frank was one of the kindest, most generous and warm hearted people you could ever meet. We miss him dearly already but have so many fond memories and funny stories from his life that he will always live in our hearts. Lots of love to Auntie Von, Lou, Matt and Emily. We are thinking of all of you today. xx The Reece Family in NZ.


Bill & Tricia Watts -

Many many years of happy memories .A dear friend who will be sorely missed .Hissense of humour was awesome . A very good man.All our love to Vonne the kids and grandkids.Many prayers .


Rebecca & Tommy Naylor -

Condolences to all Pa Franks family & friends. He was a warm and kind hearted man loved dearly by his daughter Emily. Sending much love to Von, Em, Lou & family at this time.


Annie and Les Stillman -

So many memories of a very unique man. Frank always showed such compassion, care and humour. Thinking of a wonderful man and wish we could have been in Adelaide to say goodbye Our thoughts are with Von, Louise, Matthew and Emily.


Julie lamming -

Dear Lou and family, sending my deepest sympathy. He was a amazing man. Thinking about you all. Xxx


Rosetta Williams -

Love to you all . Summer solstice, winter solstice, conversations around opportunities for our students, conversations around cellars and mishaps, long family dinners in Vietnamese restaurants, the love of his family and the interest in respect for mine . . . and I think , his secret belief that he was “sort of Italian “ 🙄😂 . You were my mentor Brayb ! xxx


Keith & Aija Johnson -

Dear Von and family, Please accept our heartfelt condolences. We have many fond and loving memories of Frank. We hope that you find strength and comfort as you share your memories of Frank with your family and friends. A beautiful service to celebrate Frank's wonderful life. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Keith and Aija Johnson


Cathryn Herbert -

Dear Frank was a great mentor when I took my first contract at Regency Park. Frank was always positive, kind and full of energy. It was obvious he loved his job. His enthusiasm was contagious. My heartfelt condolences to his family and friends. Cathryn xx


Leanne McPherson -

Frank, always remembered for your gentle soul, kind words and encouragement during my time at both Regency Park School and North Adelaide Golf club. Much Love to Von and family at this time and always.


Jim Quinn -

Thanks for the wonderful memories of a great man. We were caught up in our own memories and the pleasure that Frank had brought us in his own adversity. Love to all of you in Australia. Anne and Jim


John Quinn -

Frank came into our lives when Von was visiting her many ‘relies’ in the Northern Hemisphere. He quickly integrated into our family becoming loved and respected and sharing experiences and stories over a glass of wine or two. He had a wealth of experience a was a font of knowledge and it was always a pleasure to be in his company. As usual it is a pity that we weren’t able to spend more time together. RIP Frank from all the Quinn’s.