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Colin James Tinetti

May 6, 2022

On Friday, May 6, 2022, aged 83.  Loved son of the late Laurie and Thelma, loved brother and brother-in-law of May (deceased) and Tex Cain, loved uncle of Raelyn, and Lindsay. Messages to 37 Davie Street, Hokitika 7810 or may be left on Colin’s Tribute Page, www.thompsonfd.co.nz.  A private family service to celebrate Colin’s life will be held.

13 Comments

  1. Shona and Murray Marshall

    RIP Colin, condolences to Tex Raelyn and Lindsay.

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  2. Colleen Astwood

    R.I.P Colin Condolences to Rae, young Tex and Tex….Colleen

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  3. Carole Jones

    My sympathy to Tex Raelyn,and young Tex, Thinking of you at this time of sadness. Fond memories of Colin in County Days. RIP

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  4. Frances Stapleton

    My sincere sympathy to Colin’s family
    I did enjoy my chats and “discussions” with Colin during my visits to Allen Bryant over the years
    Rest in Peace Colin

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  5. Wes Armstrong

    Condolences to you all,RIP colin.wes.armstrong

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  6. Diane & John Craig

    Deepest sympathy to all the family. John has fond memories of working with Colin.

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    • Ngaire McGregor

      Sincere sympathy to Colin’s family. Colin sat at my husband Dave’s table at Allen Bryant and had the next bedroom. Now they will be able to catch up again

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  7. Margaret & John Atkinson

    To Tex and Family, Our deepest sympathy to you all in the sad loss of Colin.

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  8. Valerie Geitlinger

    Sorry to hear. I remember Colin from my short time at Allen Bryant.
    Condolences to family and friends

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  9. Shirley Grant

    Our sympathy to Colin’s Family. Thinking of you all. Love Kelvin & Shirley Grant

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  10. Brian and Cheryl Hutchison

    Deepest sympathy to Tex and your family in Colin’s passing.
    Brian has great memories working with Colin over the years.
    RIP Colin.

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  11. Donna McBrydie

    Always a grin on. Our deepest sympathy
    Donna and Geoff

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  12. Alan & Viv Grueber

    Deepest Sympathy to our dear cousin , Alan enjoyed him coming to stay at home (Rangiora),with
    Jean and Ken, going on a cruise or two ,with the Gruebers. Colin loved doing up vintage engines, helping Alan with his.our children loved having him around. Rest in Peace.

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