Francis Charles (Frank) O'Connor Late of Balwyn North
Francis Charles (Frank) O'Connor passed on 19 December 2020 aged 93 years.Return to Funeral Notice
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Kath Ornsby — 26 December 2020
My godfather Frank:Many great memories of time spent at your home with my cousins, you, and Mary. We were loved and well looked after by you all. I was always fascinated (and slightly horrified) by your penchant for skim milk. You were ahead of your time and can probably credit this and your other healthy habits for your long life. Dad (Jim), on the other hand, was a certified full fat dairy man!! I can still hear you, Dad, and Joan arguing about a point of difference or the football at our family gatherings: no offence taken, and all forgotten at the next contact with each other. I will remember you whistling as you pottered around the kitchen in the mornings, when I stayed at Wildlife Parade. I am sure you are all reunited now and marveling with Kevin and Jim at the Tigers success. Love Kathy OConnor
Elle Tosolini — 24 December 2020
Frank was such a wonderful, kind and caring man, always smiling and always up for a chat. He had a beautiful singing voice and a beautiful laugh. He was always so encouraging. He and I had a special relationship when I was a child- hes call me Ellie Wellie Toss, and Id call him Frankie Hankie. Hed always welcome us to his house with a big warm hug. Frank you were a great man, husband, Uncle, father, grandfather and friend. You will be missed by many but you will live on in our hearts and minds and through your gorgeous grand children. RIP Frank. Love Ellie Wellie Toss
Mathew Clausen — 22 December 2020
I have such good memories of my many visits to the OConnors in Nth Balwyn all those years ago. Mary and Frank, such wonderful, caring loving and funny parents. My condolences to the family and may the good memories stay with you always.
Veronica Brunton — 22 December 2020
Our deepest sympathy to all the family.Frank was such a lovely gentleman with a superb voice.