Dal, there are no words that will say how much we love you and how hard this all is.
Although at times your quirky ways were sometimes annoying, it’s what will be missed the most
(including your stats on every game).
Proud is an understatement of the kind, beautiful and polite man you have become.
The achievements you’ve made and how bright your future was to be, is what hurts the most.
We hope you know how much you were loved, not only by your family, but everyone.
Your beautiful smile would light up a room without you saying a word, it was magical.
We hope you’re smiling knowing how amazing you are.
Fly high our little best friend, son and brother.
Love always, Dad and Ash x
To my beautiful son, rest in peace,
your name is written in the book of life and the best is yet to come.
“You were holding your dad’s hand, even now when I got to see you, my baby,
so beautiful you are my baby boy”.
I promise you, my beautiful strong healthy baby, love you.
Love your mum Regina
Dallas Keogh, just 17 years, our very precious, loved and adored grandson.
Life will never be the same without you.
What beautiful memories you have left us with
for all your family and friends.
Make sure you keep on kicking goals with all of those competitive angels Dal.
We are sure they will wrap their wings around you and keep you safe forever.
Never ending Love from Nan & Pop Keogh xx
Our beautiful Grandson Dallas.
Little did we know that day the sorrow it would bring.
We will miss your smiling face and “what’s for sweets Gran?”
Rest with the Angels our dear boy.
Lots of Love, Gran and Pop x
Family and friends are invited to attend the funeral service for Dallas,
to be held in St Mary’s Catholic Church, Hargraves Street, Castlemaine on Friday 9th June at 11.30am.
(additional seating will also be available in the church hall)
If you wish to join us at the service via livestream,
please return to the home page of this website and click on the livestream button.
The service will be live approximately 5-10 minutes prior to commencing.
Footy players and other sporting club members are invited to bring their guernsey,
to be worn for the guard of honour as we leave the church.
After this service we invite family, close friends and sporting team mates
to join us for the interment at the Harcourt cemetery.
All are warmly invited to join us afterwards at the Castlemaine Football Clubrooms for light refreshments.
9th June 2023 at 11:30 AM