Streaming of Funeral Service

After watching the service online, if you can leave a guest message to let the family know you have joined into the service, that would be greatly appreciated.

Following the service, the footage will be posted and you can watch at a later time if you were unable to watch at the time of the service. Once editing is complete, the footage will be posted which will include all 3 camera angles.

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9 comments on “Colin Dix Service aka MC Vlad Vladimir Zijit & Wolfgang Von Delta”

  1. I knew Colin many years ago as a good friend. He remains one of the smartest, most intense and most interesting people I have ever met. Enabled indeed, how brilliant is this concept (that I also gifted my children)! Non PC THANK YOU so much for that I could not agree more. He was amazing with Bowie knives, could walk around for 100’s of metres on his hands and did all sorts of party tricks that were mind blowing. I loved his amazing attitude to the end in this presentation and loved his final message so much.

    He was just so clever and had so much potential and I was also well aware of his health issues and how that affected him. I feel I knew the real Colin as we spent quality time together in Hawthorn and later in Tecoma in those earlier years. What a potent soul, enigmatic in the extreme, caring, hilarious, intensely creative and a very naughty boy. Oh the laughs and antics, wild car ride or two, parties and the endless conversations. He was tremendously insightful.

    We drifted apart after many years as our paths diverged (I got all serious). His wild projects were well in motion at that time. I never stopped caring and did occasionally contact family to see how he was getting along and catch up with them. I shared stories about him with my kids and this led to my eldest immortalizing him as a character in a book (not published yet). I later received some rambling letters and those cards and knew of his antics as the whitest Aboriginal in Australia and so much more.

    I was sent the tapes from the radio Lounge Room show (knew Tex well too – ha) and knew of Dean (cheers Dean it is a shame we never met) – share your sadness as well. Thank you for the wonderful words Arnold – very grateful. I have so many memories of Colin that make me smile so thanks Colin.

    I feel fortunate that I had the chance to know him and to say goodbye recently for a whole hour and reconnected with him the same as ever as if no time had passed. My sincere condolences to the whole family. I know he will be sadly missed, his life cut short tragically. We all feel the loss but especially all of you so please know my thoughts are with you.

    1. Beautiful words in love and support and recognition of all that was good in Colin You were a true friend to him and remain a true, authentic soul in my life and in our kidults lives

    2. Thanks for the beautiful words Neil, we did meet once (although only briefly) at Col & Sims in Tecoma. Colin spoke fondly of you often… I’m sure you will miss him, as I know I already do.

      Thanks again.


      1. Thank you Sim and Dean,

        You are right Dean I do vaguely remember that now. I was really referring to not having hung out to get to know each other but happily stand corrected. I did go to Mt Dandenong a few times as well to catch up with them and visited Colin when Alex and a bunch of his friends were having a bit of a party.

        Perhaps Sim can put us in touch some time in future as we are coming down in October. Responsibilities kept me from the service so I am so grateful you filmed his interview and to the family for setting up this online function.

  2. I am sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you and your family. May your brother in comfort arms of Lord.

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