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Brian Patrick Anderson

July 30, 2022

On Saturday, July 30, 2022, at Te Nikau Hospital, Greymouth, aged 83 years.  Dearly loved husband of the late Maureen, loved father and father-in-law of Peter and Melanie, Donna and Clyde Hurley, loved poppa of Molly, Toby, Izzy, and Frankie.  Loved son of the late Peter (Andy) and Mary, loved brother and brother-in-law of Rosalie and Peter (deceased) O’Neil. Carolyn Anderson, John Anderson (deceased), Monica and Hussein Arik and a loved brother-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend. R.I.P.  Messages to 156 One Mile Line Road, Arahura Valley, Hokitika 7882, or can be left on Brian’s tribute page at www.thompsonfd.co.nz. A Requiem Mass will be celebrated for Brian at All Saints Church, Bealey Street, Hokitika, on Wednesday, August 3, commencing at 2pm.  Following the Mass Brian will be laid to rest with Maureen in the Lawn Section of the Hokitika Cemetery.  Recitation of the Rosary will be held at Thompson’s Riverside Chapel, 88 Gibson Quay, Tuesday Evening at 7pm.  

27 Comments

  1. Suzanne Theyers

    Brian was a lovely man. Love and prayers to his family. At peace now.

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  2. Diane & John Craig

    Deepest sympathy to all the family.

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  3. Chris and Dianne Ward

    Deepest sympathy to Peter, Melanie and family..

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  4. Carole Jones

    Deepest sympathy to all of Brian’s family at this time of sadness . Fond memories of Brian as a work colleague at Seaview. RIP Brian

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    • Ian gilbertson

      One of my Woodstock cricket club mates. Great bloke.

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  5. Paul O'Neil. Richmond,

    Deepest Sympathy to you all on the passing of Uncle Brian.
    Rest in Peace Uncle.

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  6. Noeline Minehan

    Deepest sympathy to you all from Noeline Minehan

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    • Janet Keats

      Deepest Sympathy to Brian’s family. Many memories made with Brian and our family racing horses together. Jan and Gerald Keats.

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  7. Kelvin & Shirley Grant

    Our deepest sympathy to you all, he was a lovely guy, he will be sadly missed but at rest with Maureen. Thinking of you all 💙

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    • Roni Wright

      My sympathies to Brians family. I had the pleasure to work with Brian at Seaview. A lovely man.

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  8. Fr. Jolly

    Deepest sympathies and prayers to Brian’s family. Gratefully remember and acknowledge all he has done for Hokitika Catholic Parish, St. Mary’s village and personally to me when I was their parish priest. May he be eternally rewarded! 🙏🙏Will be in my prayers!

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  9. Rhonda glasson

    Thinking of you all at this sad time He can finally rest now

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  10. Colleen Astwood

    My sincere condolences to Brian’s family, fond memories of Brian from our younger days R.I.P Brian with Maureen…Colleen Astwood nee Long

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  11. John Ryall

    My Condolences to Brian’s family fond memories of Brian over many years John Ryall

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  12. Lois & Kevin Stevenson

    Deepest sympathy, Pete, Mel & family. Thoughts are with you on your sad loss. Brian was a lovely man. Now at rest with Maureen.

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  13. Cathy, Gary & Jemma Jones

    So sorry to hear of Brian’s passing, thoughts are with you Peter, Melanie, Izzy, Frankie and families

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  14. Karen and John Payne

    Thinking of you all Pete, Mel, Frankie and Izzie. Brian did so much for the St Mary’s Parish he will be missed by many.

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  15. Allan Pattinson.

    Very saddened to hear of Brian’s passing. Brian was my boss at Seaview hospital. He was a great boss, and lovely man whom I respected very much. I am so pleased that I got to visit Brian when back in Hokitika a few months ago. A great catch up and stories we shared of Seaview. RIP Brian..

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  16. Megan Wilson

    RIP Brian.
    I worked with him in my first job ever. He was kind and patient explaining everything and answering my endless teenage questions. He would always stop for a chat and a catch up when I saw him in town. Lovely guy.
    Condolences to his family..

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  17. Toni Houston

    Both Brian and Maureen have been great family friends and were near neighbours for so many years while growing up. They probably could have rung my neck multiple times for stirring up Pete and Donna. Always friendly, kind and happy to have a chat. It is sad to know of Brian’s death, he was a great guy and will be sadly missed by his family and many friends.

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    • Donna Hurley

      “Stirring up Peter and Donna” – Would that be the time you tied Peter to a chair and made him watch Cookie Monster – LOL!!

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  18. Michael Saunders

    Condolences to Peter, Melanie and family from Mike and Holly

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  19. Merryn & Brian O'Malley

    Sympathies to the family, fond memories of Brian through the Jockey Club

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  20. Alan (flea) Mitchell

    Condolence to all Brian’s family good memories of Brian as head Storeman at Sea View Hospital. R I P Brian

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  21. John Keenan

    Brian’s family is in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time.
    Brian was a great friend to Dad Jim. He and Dad shared a love of the horses and many a conversation included the one that got pipped at the post. – I trust they both made more from the TAB, than the TAB made from them!
    Brian was a man big in stature and character, and my big cousin. We will miss you man – RIP.

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  22. Val and Barry Rankin

    I met Brian while working at Seaview Hospital and became very fond of him – a lovely man with a great sense of humour.
    Our sincere sympathy.

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  23. Cheryl and Brian Hutchison

    Sincere sympathy and special thoughts to Brian’s family. Brian and Brian went to school together at Kaniere. I worked with Brian when he was Store Msnager at Seaview. A real gentleman with a great sense of humor. RIP Brian. You have left many memories . Fly high.

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