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Rex Vernon FRANKCOMBE Obituary
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Monday, 22 April 2019

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April 10, 2019
On behalf of the Red Angus Society, Tasmanian Members we send our deepest condolences to Pattie and the Frankcombe family. Rex was a passionate breeder of Red Angus cattle for over 25 years, Rex's philosophy was a simple one "with a good cow and a good bull you never go wrong with the progeny, but the key is never have them hungry, always keep them full".
Rest in peace Rex.
April 8, 2019
April 6, 2019
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
April 6, 2019
Rex proved a Prince' when I first met him as an adult in December 1982. He greeted me with a well I'll be' upon meeting his long haired scruffy nephew as he and his sons were gathered around the tractor. He knew me on sight! The warm welcome I received from him and his family that day has stayed with me to the present. His parting request that year for me to give notice of future visits so he could stock up on a case of rum' was indicative of the warmth of my reception. Rex always made time for family and his irrepressible and understated humour left a strong impression. Rex and Patty (with Rusty) attended my wedding in 1986 and went out of their way to visit my home on a number of occasions. He always had a knack for making one feel valued and special. He was always generous of his time and more than willing to assist us mainland Frankcombes whenever he could. His providing a truck for our group in 1987,his pivotal role in arranging the surprise 60th birthday party for Brian, his picking up a large group of us at the end of the Cradle walk in 2004, and most recently his support for our son, Aidan upon his relocation to Tasmania. Rex has made a strong impression on me and mine. I feel my life is richer for having shared some aspects of it with him. I will miss my prince of an uncle. Love Steve, Kay, Aidan, Tom and Tyler
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