Death of Albert Oldfield – Albert Oldfield, chef and owner of the Pinocchio Inn, has died. He was pronounced dead five days after returning to work following the operation. He lived in Lakes Entrance, Victoria and attended Busselton Senior High School. He was loved and respected by many people who had the opportunity to meet him before his death. He was committed and dedicated to the growth and future of Pinocchio Inn as chef and owner until his death.
What happened to Albert Oldfield?
In May, Albert Oldfield suffered a heart attack and he underwent surgery following the sudden tragedy. At the time he was hospitalized, Pinocchio Inn was locked up for several days until five days ago when Albert returned to work. His operation was successful and he took more time to rest before returning to Pinocchio Inn. Albert, who was doing well after the operation, died today, as announced on the Pinocchio Inn Facebook page.
Albert Oldfield described as a legend, a strong tower for many, kind and caring. Condolences are sent to family members, friends, the Pinocchio Inn family and lovers on the passing of Albert Oldfield.
Pinocchio Inn posted on his Facebook page after his death that “It is with heavy hearts that we announce that Albert Oldfield passed away on Monday morning at his home. We are all still in shock and already miss Albert’s friendly smile, warm welcome and kindness. to everyone he met. Thank you to everyone who has been a part of Albert’s life, be it a friend, a client or both, as was often the case. We know you will be missed as much as we are. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Maxine, the family and the Pinocchio team.”
Pinocchio Inn located at 569 Esplanade, Lakes Entrance, Victoria 3909, is currently locked down as the community and staff mourn his death. Condolences are sent to Albert Oldfield’s family members, friends, the entire Pinocchio Inn staff and lovers.
Albert Oldfield’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be published by family members
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