Passed away at St John of God Hospital, Ballarat aged 80 years.
Father of Brad and Dayna.
Grandpa to Sammy and Jessica.
Son to Violet and Ray (Both DEC)
Brother to Barry, Laurelle (DEC) and Lindsay.
Loved and loyal friend to many.
As per Ken’s request a private cremation was held.
Uncle Ken, I remember you being a strong & serious man and always felt safe with you around. You made a big impression during my childhood and I was proud to call you my uncle. RIP, all of my love to Brad, Dayna and thoughts to Ken’s family and friendsDecember 26, 2023
My condolences to Ken’s family. I have just learned of his passing.December 19, 2023
I worked with Ken for 3 years or so when he was Sen Sgt at Nunawading from 1990 to 1993. Very happy to serve under him with his expert knowledge and advice. I had and have great respect for his leadership. A thorough and professional Police Officer, and a damn nice bloke as well.
Fortunately I had the opportunity to meet and talk briefly with him about 18 months ago.
Ken MOLLISONDecember 7, 2023
Loved brother & brother in law of Barry & Anne, Uncle to Cameron, Lynn, Craig (Decd) & Steven,
Great uncle to Angus.
So many great memories of growing up and beyond.
Brothers share a special bond that even death cannot break. Memories of him will live on forever.”
Enjoyed your musical talent at U3A Avoca ukulele Ken and quiet talks.December 6, 2023
Dear Ken, Happy memories of our squad days and later years. It has been a privilege to know you and spend time together in later years with Dawn & you. Condolences to Brad, Dana & Dawn. Thinking of you all at this sad time.December 6, 2023
God speed Ken, you made such an impact on my life, both professionally and personally and I was honoured and proud to have worked with and for you. The world is a poorer and a little less bright place now. Condolences and prayers to family and friends. 🙏December 6, 2023
Very fond memories of Ken in our u3a ukulele group in Avoca. A lovely man who added so much to our group, he was a friend to everyone. A wonderful musician.December 5, 2023
I worked with you in the late ’80s at Nunawading PS. You were a great boss, mentor and friend. You helped me through some awkward and traumatic times with work providing advice,compassion and direction which is severely lacking in today’s world. Morning teas were the norm back then under your command allowing for a form of comedic debriefing in what was at times a difficult job. A venting for our mental health. Your kindness and caring for your troops was above all. Denise and I still have the exquisite gold leaf bible you gave us on the birth and christianing of our son in 1988. This will be handed to our grandchildren with great pride. The odd rostered Reno was also bit of a laugh. Your humour, sometimes dry was always meaningful and relevant.
Condolences to the Mollison family for your loss but much to celebrate on the life and the man.
Allan & Denise SmithDecember 5, 2023
Ken I never had the privilege of working with you, but I was privileged to have you as my father-in-law for near 20 years and that I thank you for. You supported me personally during some very difficult times in my life which I will be forever grateful, you were always there for the many that needed help and true to your family and friends. Your passing will certainly leave a huge void for Brad and Dayna and my thoughts are with them during this difficult time. You had the fight of your life, now is your time to rest in peace for ever after.December 5, 2023
Deepest Sympathy Brad,Dayna, Lindsay ,Barry and families.December 5, 2023
So sorry to hear this sad news.
Deepest Sympathy to Brad , Dayna and all the family. Great memories of Ken and the Pheasant Creek days with Laurelle. Thinking of you all.December 5, 2023
Beryl and John Lucas
Condolences to Brad Dayna and family ,Ken was always willing to help with his knowledge and skills, he loved his music and we had wonderful times together over the last 6 years he loved to play piano and piano accordion
,and enjoyed entertaining the Avoca Community with the U3A ukulele and music group
Ken will be sadly missed by us all
Rest in Peace Dear KenDecember 5, 2023
Dawn, Michelle Karen and all our family.
Dad… you fought a battle you thought you would win…so many complications…we tried to get you through… you chose the brave path and you finally had an awesome 5 days of the best sleep you ever had. Now enjoy meeting up with Nana and Pa..Moya ..Scruffy Shecky and all that went before you… thank you for all you did for us. with love from Dayna (daughter) Sammy and Jess xx….So much thanks to the staff at St John of God hospital and the amazing specialists that took care of you.December 4, 2023
Condolences to the Mollison family, Ken’s workmates and friends. Ken was my mentor at the Tatura Police Station many years ago and then later our Senior Sergeant at the City Watch House. A loyal, decent and compassionate boss. Rest in peace Ken.December 4, 2023
Taken too soon, but without ongoing pain. I wish you a good time there Ken. Say hello to Laurelle, Moira and mum and dad. What is it like there? I guess we will all see you soon. Love Lindsay, Emily and Michael.December 4, 2023
Ken was an honest man who possessed exceptional integrity and ethics. He has a genuine desire to help people, without compromising his personal qualities. Over the more than 46 years that we knew Ken, we were proud to call him a true friend. He will be sadly missed. Our sincere condolences to Brad and Dayna. May he rest in peace.December 4, 2023
Condolences to Ken’s family and friends. Although I never worked with Ken (other than Russell Street when we first graduated) we were in the same recruit squad at the old Police Depot in 1967. In later years we kept in touch via email and Ken, myself and others organised our recruit squad 50 year anniversary. Ken’s registered number was 15479. I was 15478. I remember him as being a wise man who didn’t tolerate fools.December 4, 2023
Dad …. You were always reliable, dependable and ON TIME! We made a good team from me handing you nails as a little tacker to renovating old houses and developing land together. Always there to lend a helping hand to anyone and bright and witty making jokes with the nurses until the end. Enjoy the next chapter no doubt charming everyone along the way. Love ‘Number One Son’ – Brad xxDecember 4, 2023
Special thanks to all the awesome staff at St John God Hospital, Ballarat, for making Dad’s final days so comfortable. You are truly amazing people.
Condolences to Kens family and friends I was proud to have worked alongside Ken he was always happy humorous and enjoyable to be around showing care and compassion to everyone, a great man.December 4, 2023
As teenage friends of Brad and Dayna, Ken and family welcomed us into their home. He offered gentle guidance and support to a group of young adults as we were finding our way in the world.December 2, 2023
Thank you, Ken. Rest in Peace.
Lots of love to Brad, Dayna and Ken’s Family.December 1, 2023
I have fond memories of Uncle Ken, RIP.
To Ken, you were a special brother to me and I will always miss your signature greeting of ‘Hello Professor’
Rest in Peace MateDecember 1, 2023
Barry & Anne