KRUGER, Alan ‘Dook’

The Funeral for Mr. Alan ‘Dook’ Kruger will be held at the Memorial Parlor 123 Mostyn Street, Castlemaine on Wednesday (October 19) commencing at 11am. At the conclusion of the service, refreshments will be served at the Trades Hall followed by a committal service at 1.15pm at the Chewton Cemetery.

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  1. Shanae Finning says:

    Kruger– Alan (Dook)
    7/04/1927 – 13/10/2016
    Passed away in his 90th year

    Son of the late Vera and Charles Kruger formally of Swan Hill (both dec)
    Brother of Greta & Jack (both dec), Rose, Jack & Bill (all dec), Dell & Alan (both dec), Ness & James (both dec), Jack & Edna (both dec), Ron (dec) and Lyn, Ray (dec), Mara & Bruce (dec), Ida & Doug (dec).
    Loving and devoted husband to Zill.
    Dad to Lyn, Peter and Leonie, father in law to Gary, Maree and Geoff (dec).
    Pop to Alysha & Chris; Darren & Lauren; Megan & Ryan; Alana & Jordan; Jacob & Amy; & Jarryd.
    Great grandfather to Hudson & Amelia.
    Loved Uncle to Katie, Wendy & Rhonda.

    May the road rise up to meet you
    May the wind be always at your back
    May the sun shine warm upon your face
    The rains fall soft upon your fields
    Until we meet again may God hold you in the palm of His hand
    Till we meet again, your loving wife Zill
    At Peace
    xx

    Dad went to fresh hunting grounds and greener fields.
    My goodness there will be many yarns being told and so much laughter,
    ‘til the tears roll down everyone’s cheeks.
    Loved Dad of Lyn and friend to Gary
    Pop to Leishie and friend to Chris
    Great Grandpop to Hudson and Amelia
    Delighted to be hoeing, raking and planting
    in Gods garden up above.
    “Gone hunting and fishing”
    xx

    The things we feel so deeply
    Are the hardest things to say
    You will always be remembered
    In a very special way.
    Keep on walking!
    Pete & Ree
    xx

    Dad (Pop)
    Sensitive, comical, wise, hardworking, kind, accommodating, trustworthy
    All the things required of a great Mate
    Thanks for everything
    Gone shooting, fishing, digging old bottles and detecting Goldfields booty
    Just gone for a nice leisurely stroll in the bush
    See you in another place
    Your mate Pete

    Our ‘bloody beaut’ Pop now you can fish, hunt, garden,
    dig bottles, whistle and walk once more.
    It’s no longer ‘a bugger being old’
    Love always Daz & Loz, Muffin & Ryan
    xxxx

    My Special Dad
    Was a kind, loving, devoted Dad
    And always there to lend a hand.
    Dad was one with nature,
    He loved walking in the bush,
    Seeing and listening to the birds
    And admiring the wildflowers.
    But … loved hunting Rabbits and Foxes
    Now in his Happy Hunting Ground
    Love you Dad – Pone & Geoff (Dec) XOX

    Pop,
    We will miss our visits;
    and the way you always greeted us with a beaming smile.
    You have left us with wonderful memories to treasure.
    All our Love,
    Alana, Jacob and Jarryd

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