Clifford Raymond Munro

5th February 1930 - 6th October 2019
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Richmond Grove Presbyterian Church,
Yarrow Street,
Invercargill
22 October 2019, 1:00PM

MUNRO,  Clifford Raymond.  M.B. Ch.B.

On Sunday 6th October 2019, at Dunedin Hospital; in his 90th year.

Much loved husband of the late Isabel Munro, loved father and father-in-law of the late Daryl Munro, Dianne and Allan Dwyer (Christchurch), and Valerie Munro (Christchurch). Loved grandad of Tom, Bill, Natalie, Olivia, and James Munro; Fiona Leary, Sally, Joanne and Hannah Dwyer; Melinda and Stacie Meuli, and Jessie Cross. Loved great grandad of all his great grandchildren. Cliff's funeral service will be held at the Richmond Grove Presbyterian Church, Yarrow Street, Invercargill at 1.00pm on Tuesday, 22nd October, the funeral then leaving for the Eastern Cemetery. Messages can be sent to 50 Herriot Street, Invercargill, or to Cliff’s tribute page at frasersfunerals.co.nz/tributes.

 

MUNRO,  Clifford Raymond.  M.B. Ch.B.

Loved youngest son of the late Charles and Winifred Munro (Henley), loved brother of the late Allan, Ngaire, Edna, Margarite, Rhoda, Iris, and Melvin, and a loved uncle of all his nieces and nephews.

Messages

For several years Cliff had a favourite table at the seniors table tennis. I was priviliged to play with and against him many times. He could be an innovator which made for interesting play. He also resurfaced several bats with considerable skill as well as acquiring superior playing balls from China. Always ready to help people in need he endeared himself to many. Thank you for your friendship Cliff and well done good and faithful servant- Martin L Chalmers
Martin Chalmers, Invercargill
Cliff was a treasured member of the Invercargill Table Tennis club where we played every week on a Friday morning. Not only did we enjoy his competitive playing but he became a good friend with a great sense of humour and we will always remember him. More importantly than that Cliff helped save Brian's life after he suffered a cardiac arrest while playing table tennis in May 2014. Along with others Cliff used his medical knowledge very effectively until the ambulance arrived and we will be forever indebted to him. We send to Cliff's family our very deepest sympathy and know he will be sadly missed by family and friends.
Margaret and Brian Hall, 29 Rodeo Drive, Wanaka
Hi Cliff
It has been a pleasure to have known you and worked with you during the last 48 years. I still remember all those discussions and advice at the operation table while we were operating and you were at the other end as the anesthetist.
Regards
Ajit & Annabelle Johri, Invercargill