Frank Bowie

My page is dedicated to my grandfather, Frank Richard Bowie

Join me to help our brave heroes march on

Right now, our veterans are 2.2 times more at risk of suicide than other members of our community...

In the lead up to Rememberance Day, I am standing with our heroes by joining the Soldier On Giving Day to remember those we've lost, and to support our veterans and their families…

Please donate to my Tribute page from 8am Tuesday 9 November to 8pm Wednesday 10 November, and your donation will be DOUBLED!

Every donation will support mental health and fund Soldier On's life-saving specialist services to prevent veteran suicde and help our brave heroes march on. 

Thanks for your support.

My Updates

Frank's WW1 medals, dog tags etc

Wednesday 10th Nov
Frank arrived in UK in 1917 and was at Hill 60 in Belgium at the start of Operation Michael. He was wounded on 21 March 1918 and evacuated to England. He died in 1928 from the effects of gas and TB. He was a Salvation Army officer pre war in NSW. Frank's son Len served in WW2, mainly in New Guinea as an Electrical Fitter. Len's son Ken served in 1971-72 as a National Serviceman in the Ordnance Corps.