Arrangements for the funeral of Frank Harding

 

Ed Surfleet

Wednesday 17th February 2021, 2pm

Frank’s family will be attending a ceremony on 17th February to say goodbye to him.

The family would like to let you know that Frank had recovered from COVID in early December but his heart finally gave up on 19th January.

Sadly due to the current coronavirus pandemic, funerals are being limited in a crematorium, so the service is by invite only.

A live webcast of the service however will be available for those people who are unable to attend.

To access the webcast follow the link to the Obitus website and input the username and password details below.

www.obitus.com

Username: Ziju9659

Password: 205529

You can login to the Obitus website at any time to view a test connection (and we strongly recommend you do this) but you’ll only be able to view the Live Webcast between approx. 2pm and 2.45pm on Wednesday 17th February.

You will also be able to view the service ‘on demand’ for 28 days once the service is complete and the file has been uploaded. This may take upto 3 days after the service to be uploaded.

Digital Order of Service

You can download the order of service by clicking this link.

Donations

If you wish to do something in Frank’s memory donations are being collected for Seeds of Hope.

You can donate by clicking this link.

Please share this page with anyone you feel should be aware of Frank’s funeral.

Frank’s family welcome any tributes, words of remembrance and stories about him so do feel free to leave any messages at the bottom of this webpage. (Please note comments are moderated so do not go live immediately)

In the meantime, please enjoy the short slideshow of Frank below.

Frank's slideshow

5 Comments

  1. Tracy Marsh

    The words Frank and Family are so lovingly intertwined.
    No matter what was happening in every day of his life his willingness to understand and be interested in every family member was incredible.
    Last time I saw him he remembered every detail about the immediate and extended family’s lives; their partners,jobs,milestones….. he made it his business to know and check the facts.
    What an incredibly interesting man and such a rich life. All that he taught us lives on…the family are his legacy and we are proud to be so xxx
    Tracy…Frank’s niece

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  2. Greg Thomas

    What a joy Frank has been to us all at Castle Bromwich Singers. Kind, generous with his time, encouraging others and always wanting the best for the audience. He will be missed.

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  3. Kim Noble

    Frank and I used to work together at Hardy Spicers. Our desks were right next to each other and we had lots of fun times together. I remember him talking about the Morris dancing a lot. We have kept in touch over the years, as I remembered Frank so fondly. He will be sadly missed, Kim Davies

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  4. Robert Osmond

    I meet Frank many years ago when we were both members of Coleshill Men’s Probus Club. If I can remember rightly, Ena was going off to America, I was alone at the time and Frank invited me to join him at a international dancing week end in Somerset, we became good friends. We had numerous holidays together, the dancing week ends in Somerset, Llandudno and one occasion in Bath.
    I will miss both Frank an Ena but they are together now.

    God Bless them

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  5. Janet Hine

    I have just watched the funeral online , and the service was full of love , warmth and humour . Just as a send off should be .
    Sharing happy memories and acknowledging how blessed you are to have Frank in your lives .

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