28 Jun 1929 - 28 Jul 2020
28 Jun 1929 - 28 Jul 2020
FAKE, Allan Hurry
Peacefully at Taranaki Base Hospital surrounded by loving family on Tuesday, 28 July 2020. Dearly loved husband of the late Anna. Cherished father and father-in-law of Bernadette and Colin Plaw, and Dave. Allan’s family would like to thank all of the staff involved in his care while at Taranaki Base Hospital.
A Requiem Mass to celebrate Allan’s life will be held at Our Lady Star of the Sea, Whitcombe Road, Opunake on Monday 3 August at 1pm. Allan will then be laid to rest at Opunake Cemetery Messages to the Fake family may be left on Allan's tribute page at eagars.co.nz/allan. In lieu of flowers Allan’s family ask if you would consider a donation to St John Ambulance services.
It is with deep sorrKatherine Hogan ( 09 Aug 2020 )
sorry for the sorrow losing Allan he will be missed. Mam has gotten in touch with the priest and mass will be said for him this saturday night at 7:00 pm irish time.Sean Fripps ( 07 Aug 2020 )
The first time I met Allan was when I had to meet him & Anna at Gatwick airport in London all those years ago. I was told to look for the man wearing the hat with A.Fake emblazoned on it. What a great name! and a fun man.
Sincere condolences to Bernadette, David and family.
Sincere condolences to David and Bernadette on Allan's passing. We remember with fondness Anna and Allan's visits. May he Rest In Peace.
Eamonn, Mark and Fiona Monahan, Kilmacow, Co.Kilkenny.
We are sorry to hear of Allan's death. We always enjoyed talking with him, usually about old motorbikes either at Bernie and Colin's or at my workshop. Janet Wilson, Graham Peters
Very sorry to hear of Allan's death. I looked forward to his and Anna's visits, and he always took an interest in whatever I was doing. I think of him anytime I sharpen a saw as he patiently taught me the finer touches of that job. When I visited New Zealand, Anna, Allan and family were so helpful and accomodating. Condolences to Bernadette and David.Kevin Kenny, Kildare, Ireland ( 03 Aug 2020 )
Deepest sympathy to Bernatte and David on Allan's death. May he rest in peace.
We have very fond memories of Anna and Allan's visits to Kildare over the years. His unique view of a holiday involved plenty of work. He was always good humoured and positive, could turn his hand to anything, and was only happy with perfection.
Sincere sympathy to David and Bernadette on the death of your dad,Allan. He used to arrive in Ireland in early Summer,like the swallows. While here he made a lasting impression on so many of us and indeed left a practical legacy of built and repaired objects of all sorts.His table and chairs at Mainham Graveyard are still in constant use and indeed the committee there wish to be associated with our message.
He was a lovely person and we so enjoyed his company. No post to New Zealand
at present but he will be remembered with a Mass in Naas Parish on Wednesday next.
Sean (Naas) and Denis (Clane).
Alan will be sadly missed in our Parish. He was such willing helper who put his hand to anything that needed doing for many years. Personally, we found him to be a perfect gentleman and we throughly enjoyed our chats.
Sincerest condolances David and Bernadette on the passing of Alan, we always really enjoyed Alan and Anna's visits when they were here in Ireland.
Frances, Mary, Margaret, Eamonn, Brendan and Catherine Connolly, Ferrybank.
He will be missed and mass will be said for him in Mooncoin church in memory. Patricia,Ann and Sean Fripps. newaglish.Patricia Fripps ( 02 Aug 2020 )
I was so sorry to read of the passing of Allan, he was such a gentleman and I am so glad to have briefly known him through shooting. My thoughts are with Dave and his family. Rest in Peace, good sir.
With deepest sympathy
Dear Bernadette Dave and family.
So sorry to hear of the passing of your lovely dad Allan.
As well as seeing him in Ireland over the years he and your mum stayed a few times here in London. The phrase "Crikey Dick" was immortalised in the local vocabulary and in that respect Allan's memory will be around for generations to come !
May he rest in peace.
John Linda Liam Sean Ryan and Cianan Fripps
We were very sorry to hear abouy Allan's death, we would like to offer our deepest condolences to David, Bernadette, Colin and all his extended family and friends. We have great memories of them both in Skelpstown. May he rest in peace.
Mary, Margaret, John and families.
I would like to offer my condolences to David and Bernadette on the death of their dad Alan. We have great memories of him both in Ireland and New Zealand. May he rest in peace.....Marian Fripps and family Co Kilkenny, IrelandMarian Fripps ( 31 Jul 2020 )
We were so sorry to hear about Allan's passing and offer our deepest sympathy to Bernadette, David, Colin and all of the Hogan & Fake families at this sad & difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers. May you rest in peace Allan, you were a lovely person.
Mairéad, Eleanor, Ann, John, brother in law Eamon & families
Dear Allan, my thoughts are with your family at such a sad time, you thoroughly enjoyed coming along to the New Plymouth Stroke Support Trust Socials and going on the bus trips but it is your time now to Rest in Peace. Deepest Sympathy. Regards Jean Hastie, Secretary/Treasurer/Activities Co-ordinator.Jean Hastie ( 29 Jul 2020 )