Francis Anthony (Frank) Powell
8-12-1929 – 25-6-2020.
Dearly loved husband of Fay of 61 years
Loved father and father-in-law of Terry and Nicole, Jenn, Chris and Joelle, Tony and Shareen, Paula and Stephen.
Loved grandfather of Tyler and Samantha, Tahnee; Amy; Megg, Claudia and Alexander Collins, Alex and Elisha; Michael, Helena and Alice.
Loved great grandfather of Leo, Henry (dec) and Maisie.
Forever loved and sadly missed.
Funeral NoticePrivate service
In accordance with recent changes to funeral services a private service will be held for Frank and burial will follow at the Swan Hill Cemetery.
A tribute can be left on our website as you remember Frank's life and to express condolences to the family whom are able to read, reflect and treasure.
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Lots of great lifetime memories growing up as neighbours near Chinkapook.
Our sincere condolences to Fay, Terry, Jenny, Chris, Tony, Paula and families on the sad loss of a wonderful husband and father.
Rest in peace dear friend,
from Cavell and Diane Millsteed
Dear Fay, my sincere condolences on the passing of Frank. You were fortunate to have so many years together! X
Deepest sympathy to Fay, Chris and Joelle, Terry and Nicole and all the Powell family on the loss of your dearly loved Frank. Thinking of you all at this sad time.
David and Sue Collins
Deepest sympathy to Fay and family thoughts and prayers are with you all at this very sad time. RIP Frank.
To Fay and families, our sincere condolence, prayers and wishes to you at this time , kind regards , Jo and Sam Brady
Deepest sympathy Fay to you and all the family on the passing of dear Frank. Thinking of you at this sad time Love from Helen and Alan Dean
Dear Fay, Terry, Jenny, Chris, Tony, Paula and families,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time.
Many fond memories of my dear brother and our “Uncle Frankie”
Our love to you all.
Rose Lucardie, Margaret, Julie, Gerard, Stephen, Brenda, Dan and families.
Fond memories going for drives around Tyrell in the late 70’s. Great years an amazing place.
Decades later gave great advice as only an old mallee farmer could give.
Saw you get run through by a bull in late 2010 thirty year olds don’t survive that let alone when your eighty. Showed your huge mental & physical toughness to climb out of your hospital bed within a week to go to Nana’s funeral. I knew you were in agony but not one complaint. You had to reinvent yourself for the last ten years of your life.
Finally a huge thanks to Logan Lodge an it’s wonderful staff in looking after Franky in the final months of his life. Got him involved in activities showed enormous compassion and dignity to him right to the end.
Love Tony and grandkids Michael, Helena & Alice
Dear Fay & Family
Sincere condolences to you all on the passing
Thanks Fay for being the best neighbours for over 18 years
Thinking of you all
Sonia , Russell & Taneisha Aston
To Fay, So sorry to see the passing of Frank, so many happy days at Chinky, footy and tennis. A gentleman and a truly lovely man. Thinking of you and your family and to all the Powell families.
From the family of the late Hedley and Thirza Oliver, Bev, Maureen and Graham, and the late Lofty Lonsdale.
Dear Fay, Jenn, Terry, Chris, Tony, Paula and families,
Thinking of you all and sending prayers and condolences with the sad passing of Uncle Frankie. I remember fun times when growing up and being at the farm and in Swan Hill. Always welcoming.
Love, peace and warmest thoughts for you all. X
Brenda, Chris and Ben
Deepest sympathy to Fay and family on the passing of Frank. Mary Nolen.
Deepest sympathy to Fay and family on the passing of Frank.
Deepest sympathy to Fay, Terry, Jenny, Chris, Tony, Paula and families,
Many happy memories of Christmas times we shared at Ma’s. Youngest brother and brother-in-law of Jack and Molly (both dec) and Uncle Frankie of Daryl and Susan and families.
In our thoughts and prayers
Saddened to hear of the passing of Frank . He was a lovely , gentle man whom I had the privilege to care for during his time in aged care . Sending my sincere condolences to Fay , Terry and the rest of the Powell family . Thinking of you during this sad time . From Vicki Palmer
Dear Fay and family our thoughts and prayers are with you all you have wonderful memories of a true gentleman RIP Frank from GLENYS and Rod PERRIS and family.
Dear Faye and family. Prayers and thoughts are with you all. Nice man at rest. Mick and Maureen O’Sullivan ( Oliver)
Fay so sorry to hear if your loss. Time to settle back and let memories of such a happy marriage sustain you. Thinking of you
Dear Fay, My deepest sympathy on the loss of Frank. He was such a wonderful man. And loved by many. I didn’t find that winning Powerball ticket he always asked me for. Love Diane Hurry-Condely
Fay, the Residents and Ratepayers Association were saddened to hear of your loss. Frank was an important part of the Association for many years. He was a great source of encouragement too me as the new secretary filling the shoes of Keith Greenham. He kept telling me I was doing a good job and for the new chum, this was a real boost. He also had that look sometimes when he was about to stir someone, I remember it well. And those memories of him will stay with me and with the rest of the members who knew him from his time in the Association. Even though he stepped away from being actively involved, he still paid his membership regularly to support us. He will be missed.