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Ian Blunck

Ian Blunck

28th August 1946 - 3rd March 2021

Ian died suddenly at home on 3rd March 2021, aged 74.  
Dearly loved husband of Heather, loving father of David and James, father in law to Kate
and adored grandfather of Charlotte and Alexandra.
A quiet, serious and gentle man,
who loved and was loved by those who knew him.
Forever in our hearts.
Family and friends are invited to attend Ian's funeral service by the graveside at the Vaughan Cemetery on
Thursday (11th March) commencing at 2.00pm.


14 responses to “Ian Blunck”

  1. Drew Reid says:

    Ian was a loved and treasured friend, and we cherish the many long lunches with he and Heather (usually into early evening!) and the wonderful conversations that ensued.
    We will miss him so very much.
    We send our deepest heartfelt love and condolences to Heather, James, David, Kate, Charlotte and Alexandra
    – Andrew and Noel

  2. Maureen and Ross Stewart says:

    Blessed with great intelligence, an abundance of interest in all themes of this world, a charming, good-natured caring person, our dear friend Ian is now sadly absent in our lives, but never in our hearts.

    With Love and Tears to Heather, David, James, Kate, Charlotte and Alexandra,

    from Maureen and Ross Stewart

  3. Dawn Agius says:

    Ian was such a beautiful man who will be so sadly missed.

    Our love and condolences to dearest Heather, David, James, Kate, Charlotte and Alexandra.

    – Dawn and Chas

  4. Marcia Dean says:

    I am so sorry to hear of the death of Ian.
    Whenever we would run into each other he was always friendly and spoke so lovingly of his family.
    My condolences to Heather, David and his family and James.
    Sending love to all of you.
    – Marcia Dean

  5. Chris Robinson says:

    Sad to hear this news of cousin Ian.
    Remembering the recent Christmas gatherings, and the old times with Tom, Mabel and Marge..
    Deepest sympathy to all the family.

    – Chris + Annie Robinson

  6. Lisa King says:

    Love and thoughts to Heather and James, David, Kate, Charlotte and Alexandra.
    What a wonderful brother and uncle Ian was.
    We were honored to be part of his clan.
    Living on through memories.

    – Lynne, Rick, Sue, Andrew & Beth, Lisa, Wayne & Luke. 💕

  7. Richard Forrester says:

    Ian was a kind and wonderful man so generous with his time and skills for the good of the community.
    We will miss his happy smile and his good company very very much.

    – Richard & Michelle Forrester

  8. Marilyn Bennet and Ian Braybrook says:

    So sorry to hear of Ian’s passing.
    Our thoughts are with you Heather and your family.
    He was a wonderful man.

    – Mazza and Ian.

  9. Col and Pete Saunder says:

    Sorry to hear of your loss Heather and James.
    Ian was one of life’s true gentlemen.

    – Col and Pete Saunder

  10. Philippe and Joëlle REDER says:

    We would like to express our sincere and deepest sympathy to our dearest friend Heather and to James, David, Kate and grand children who had the privilege of sharing the happy moments of Ian’s life.

    We are deeply affected by Ian’s passing, and his memory is and will always be in our hearts.
    Au revoir Ian.

    – Phillippe and Joelle

  11. Heather and Neil Barrett says:

    So saddened to hear of Ian’s death.
    We remember him fondly as a kind and generous person.
    We enjoy his carpentry skills everyday in our kitchen and bathroom.
    Our love to Heather, David and James.

    – Heather and Neil Barrett

  12. John and Jacqui Turnbull says:

    John and I send love to Heather, James, David and family,
    together with sincere condolences for the loss of a wonderful husband and father.

    – John and Jacqui Turnbull

  13. MASARG says:

    The Mount Alexander Shire Accommodation and Respite Group (MASARG) has lost a kind and gentle soul. Ian’s contribution over many, many years was immeasurable and we will forever mourn his passing. The sudden loss of an adored husband, father and favourite of the Castlemaine community for over four decades is a great sadness indeed. We send our deepest sympathy to our beloved Heather and of course to James, and to David and his family.

  14. Joy Kitch says:

    I only learnt today that IAN had died suddenly in March.
    I have such fond memories of him from our time together many years ago – Co-op days, the Indian and Ducati motorbikes and so skilled at building and creating.. thank you Ian.
    He lives on in his children and grand children and all that he contributed to his community.
    Sincere condolences to Heather and all the family.
    – Joy Kitch

Funeral Details

11th March 2021 at 2:00 PM