September 23, 1938 – June 10, 2019
With heavy hearts the family of Frank Dobbs announce his passing at the age of 80.
Frank had a full and wonderful life. Frank became a proud member of the RCMP in 1959 and retired to 100 Mile House in 1980 to work alongside his father and brother in the family business, 100 Mile Feed & Ranch Supply, which was incorporated in 1964. Frank always was full of energy and built ‘The Looney Bin”, Loon Truck & Car Wash, and then moved on to sell Subaru.
Frank was an active Freemason and Shriner’s member and dedicated many hours to campaigning for kids.
Frank never really retired; when he was not travelling or flying “Wobble Wing Airlines”, he was a regular in the downtown post office to pick up the daily mail for the Feed Store.
Frank is survived by his loving wife, Vivian, of 56 years; daughters, Laura (Dan), Shaunna (Paul), Cynthia (Paul), and Ngaire; grandchildren, Sarah, Rebecca, and Bryce; step-grandsons, Nicholas, William, and Eric; siblings, Marjorie (Brian), Bonnie (Irvin), and John (Helen); and nieces and nephews, Michael, Brock, Karen, Joanne, Ian, Lee, Teresa, Kailey, Garrick, Michael, Andrea, Carrie and Billy. He was predeceased by his parents, Frank and Dorothy, and his sister, Colleen (Don).
In lieu of owers, donations may be made in his honour to Big Country Shrine Club,www.bcshriners.com.
The family of Frank Dobbs is having a gathering at 5466 Donsleequa Court on August 3rd between 12 and 4 pm to celebrate his life of 80 years, having lived 40 of those years in 100 Mile House. Please wear bright colours.
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