Frank Dubniczky

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Frank Dubniczky

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved father Frank (Franz) Dubniczky. He was born in Dunabogdany Hungary on November 22, 1933, the son of Franz Dubniczky and Julianna Dubniczky (Ott). He is survived by his sister Anna Frech. The family was forced to flee Hungary and fled to Germany when Frank was at a very young age. After surviving the 2nd world war in Germany, they then immigrated to Canada with his family when he was at the age of 20. On the ship to Canada, he met and fell in love with Rose Reichenbach. They were married in Alberta in 1955 and moved to Toronto with both of their extended families to build a better life. After 2 years Frank and his father Franz together purchased the farm on Cheapside Road. This is where Frank and Rose lived and raised their family for the next 32 years until Rose passed away in 1989 of cancer. Frank was a full time welder for over 40 years as well as managing the family farm. Their children Brian (Carole), Annemarie (Peter), Frank (Darlene), and his grandchildren Natalie, Danielle, Christine, Aja, Tiffany, and Mackenzie and all of their respective spouses and children will miss him beyond words. In 1996 Frank married Helen Jankowski and once again his devotion to his wife Helen has been unwavering. Throughout her battle with Parkinson’s disease, Frank was her guardian in every single way. Frank is also pre-deceased by Helen on April 9th, 2021 and survived by her children Leonard (Rosemary), Kathy (Ron) and their families. There are no words to describe how much we will miss this honourable and respectable man that we have had the privilege to call DAD. A private mass for the family will be held at St. Anne’s Parish. Charitable donations would be greatly appreciated to a charity of your choice in honour of Frank. Arrangements by Hyde & Mott Chapel, Hagersville.  Online condolences can be made at


Posted by Julie Nagler on
I remember "Opa" as a very kind man. My condolences, I am so sorry for your loss.
Posted by Genevieve Kennedy on
Danielle, Scott, Emma and Maddy and the Families, I am so sorry to hear of your Grandfather’s passing. My most sincere condolences to all of you. Big Hugs
Posted by Paul O'Dwyer on
Maureen and I are terribly sorry to hear of your unfortunate loss. We had known Frank and Helen for a very long time.
Posted by Helmut Kaiser on
Very sorry to hear of his passing.Many fond memories of family visits years ago.
Posted by Tara Montague-Restagno on
We are sorry to hear of Uncle Franks passing. It has been a difficult time. Sending our deepest condolences to his family, friends & loved ones. He will be truly missed. May he Rest In Peace. Love, hugs & prayers.
Tara Montague-Restagno, Sergio Restagno,
Daniel & Jackson
Posted by Jason Reichenbach on
I was saddened about the passing of my uncle/Godfather. My family sends our deepest condolences to Brian, Annemarie and Frank.
Posted by Jason Reichenbach on
I was saddened about the passing of my uncle/Godfather. My family sends our deepest condolences to Brian, Annemarie and Frank.
Posted by Cathy & Charles Zdunich on
Sorry to hear of your Dads passing.
Lots of good memories of Family get together.
Cathy & Charles Zdunich
Posted by Peggy Schaeffer on
My condolences to Frank and Darlene and family on the passing of Frank Sr.
Posted by Kevin and Lisa (Gibb) Field on
Kevin and I both feel blessed that we were able to know Frank Sr in our lifetime. A loving, warm man with a huge heart and sense of humour, we know the impact of his loss to his family. Kevin has wonderful memories of Frank Sr, growing up and knowing him all these years.
Our thoughts and love are with all of you through out this heartbreaking time.

Kevin & Lisa
Posted by Ray and Brenda Gallant on
Frank, Darlene and family: We are truly sorry for your loss. Hold on to the wonderful memories you shared with your father and may they bring you some comfort. We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. Take care. Ray and Brenda
Posted by Bonnie McKinnon on
I am truly sorry for the loss of your Dad and Grandpa. Frank was a very devoted family man. You will miss his warm smile and caring ways. Remember, Frank is with his beloved Rose.
Posted by Casey Kelly on
We are so sorry to learn of Frank's passing. Uncle Frank was a devoted husband to Aunt Helen. He could always be counted on for sage advice, a good story or joke, and faithfulness to the Church. We all respected him and admired his tireless efforts in caring for Aunt Helen. My father especially enjoyed talking to Frank. He would greet you with a smile and would give you his honest opinion on any subject. We will truly miss him. Our sincere condolences from Andra Kelly, Casey Kelly, James Waddell and our family.
Posted by Jack and Deborah Eggink on
So sorry to hear of Frank's passing and so soon after Helen. He will be missed as a trusted neighbour for so many years. Praying for comfort and peace for the whole family.
Posted by Wesley and Janice Poirier on
We are so sorry to hear of Frank's passing. He was such a kind and caring person. He was so devoted to his family. He always greeted us with a big smile and shared wonderful stories. Praying for peace and comfort for all his family and friends.
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My condolences to the family of Frank Dubniczky. I will arrange a mass in his memory.
Ed McCarthy
Posted by Mary Clare Koopman on
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you in Frank's family, especially his children, during this sad time. I am Helen's first cousin living in Windsor, and although I enjoyed only limited occasions to visit with Frank, his kind manner, gracious spirit and, certainly, his love and caring for Helen were front and center at every meeting. I so appreciated them joining me in Windsor for my son's wedding just 8 years ago. I am so sorry for your loss. May Frank rest comfortably in God's peace, mercy and love.
Posted by Leonard and Rose Mary Jankowski on
We are all deeply saddened by the news of Frank's passing We always looked forward to spending time with Frank and mom. They were very good together for so many years and Frank was always there to care for mom and did an outstanding job. We will miss Frank dearly and take comfort in knowing that the two of them are together now. Leonard, Rose Mary, Natalie, Nicole, Mark and David Jankowski
Posted by Denice and James Epp on
Our prayers are with you during this time. We are sorry to hear of your father's passing, and so soon after Helen's. Your dad was a wonderful and trusted neighbour. He will be missed by our family. A daily fond memory we have is watching him pick up with mail while riding his lawnmower.
Posted by andrew vanevery on
Natalie, and family sorry for your loss.
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