Francis Frederick “Frank” Harris

Francis Frederick “Frank” Harris

23/10/1920 - 25/05/2017


The Avenue Uniting Church, Cnr Blackburn Road & The Avenue Blackburn

Tuesday, 06 June, 2017 at 11:00 am

Share funeral details


Condolence Messages

Leave a message

HARRIS Francis Frederick Passed away peacefully at Bupa Aged Care on May 25, 2017 Aged 96 years Loved and loving husband of Shirley. Loved and adored father of Graeme and Marian, Lynne and Phillip (dec. ). Loved and Treasured Magical Grandpa of Greg and Michelle, Diane and Rosco, Emma and Micah and Nat and Tim. Great Magical Grandpa of Sarah, Matthew, Jade, Kaila, Mila and Piper. One of nature's loving, caring, true gentlemen - free again to give, participate, create, invent, entertain and mystify. The Magic of Frank Grandpa/Frank Your passion for life, generosity love of music and humble brilliance will always inspire us. You will always be with us in the veggie garden, on the golf course, at the pool table and at Sandy Point. Thanks for a lifetime of magic and memories. Love always Emma and Micah Grandpa, it was a true honour to be your granddaughter. Your caring generous heart and magic tricks will always be with me. I only wish Piper knew you like we did. You deserve to rest now. Love Nat. Inventor and Magician You were a true noble gentle man, modest and giving. You touched those that knew you with your magic. I will think of you every time I catch or eat a crayfish. Tim.

Shirley, Lynne, Graeme and families , I met Frank about 57 years ago and have always held him in the very highest esteem . He was a true gentleman and I know he will be truly missed, my sincere condolences to you all . Much love as always, Pam

Dear Frank, clever, gentle and kind. Will never forget sleeping under the pool table in out sleeping bags and the BBQs at Sandy Point.Always will be remembered. John and Cheryl

Uncle Frank .. not true but it was how we regarded you and Aunty Shirley. I have such wonderful memories of our visits to Blackburn and all those wonderful camping holidays. The magic tricks and that workshop still are highlights, but as I grew up it was your sense of humour and your evil / devilish grin / smile that I remember mot today .. Thanks for the critical (fun) part you played in my life .. Love Roger