Frederick F. Dunkelman (5 February 1920 – 23 July 2010) was a British ice hockey player who competed at the 1948 Winter Olympics. In St. Moritz he was a member of the British team that placed fifth in the ice hockey tournament. He was born in East Ham, Greater London and was a member of the Harringay Greyhounds.[1]

In 1946 he founded Dunkelman & Son Ltd, now known as Dasco Shoe Care, in Battersea to manufacture and sell ice hockey sticks, but moved into the shoe trade in 1950 and to a new location in Desborough in 1969. He retired from the business after 61 years in 2007.[2]


  1. Gjerde, Arild; Jeroen Heijmans, Bill Mallon, and Hilary Evans (2010). Freddie Dunkelman Biography and Olympic Results. Olympics. Sports Retrieved on 7 April 2010.
  2. Freddie Dunkelman Retires after 61 years in business!. Latest News. Dasco Fine Shoe Care (20 July 2007). Retrieved on 7 April 2010.

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