Funeral Tribute

Daphne Franklin

15/09/1934

Β ~Β 

18/06/2021

In loving memory of Daphne Franklin who sadly passed away on 18th June 2021
Born in Rosewood Queensland and late of Sandstone Point.
Daphne passed away unexpectedly at her home on Friday 18th June 2021. At the time of her passing Daphne was only 86 years of age.
Daphne has now re-joined the love of her life and soulmate Leonard; and her daughter Christine who have both passed before her.
Daphne leaves behind her loving brother Graham and also her children John, Robert, Linda, and their partners whose lives will be forever diminished by her passing.
Daphne (Granny / Grandma) also leaves behind her adoring grandchildren Kylie, Christopher, Troy, Nathan, Tamara, Ben, Kimberly, Cherie, Maddy and great grandchildren Tayla, Robert, Joshua, Everleigh, Tatum, Seren, William, Leah, Vincent, Kayla, Ryan, Peyton, Aeris, Pheonix, Mikayla, Lyric each of whom will remember her for that special relationship that can only exist between a grandmother and grandchild.
Daphne’ family and friends are warmly invited to attend her celebration of life service that will be held in St Luke’s Anglican Church 72 John Street Rosewood Queensland on 28th June 2021 at 11:00Am
The family has requested that bright colours be worn as this is what Daphne would of wanted.
At the conclusion of the service and in accordance with Daphne’s wishes she will be taken for private cremation.

Where

St Lukes Anglican Church Rosewood

When

Monday 28th June 2021

Time

11:00 am

Address

72 John Street Rosewood Queensland

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