Murray John Allan

16th December 1952 - 5th February 2020
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J Fraser and Sons Chapel
cnr Esk and Doon Streets, Invercargill.
All relatives and friends are invited to meet in the Lounge at 11.30am for refreshments.
The service will commence at 1pm in the Chapel.
11 February 2020, 11:30AM

ALLAN,  Murray John (Mad Movies).  16.12.1952  -  5.2.2020

Passed away peacefully at his home, on Wednesday, 5th February 2020. Much loved father of Michelle, Bianca, and Robert, and loved brother of Bruce, Johnny, Yvonne, and Delores. All relatives and friends of Murray are invited to a time of refreshment and sharing of memories, from 11.30am onwards on Tuesday, 11 February, in J Fraser and Sons’ Lounge, cnr Esk and Doon Streets, and to the service which will commence at 1pm in the Chapel. Following the service, the funeral will leave for the interment service at Wairio Cemetery.


Condolences on your loss
Karen Hand, Gore
RIP Murray. Lots of memories from ‘way back in our Ohai days.
Hilary West (Rodan), Pinjarra, Western Australia
Heartfelt condolences on the passing of Murray.
Shirley Boyes
Shirley Boyes , Queensland
I miss you with many tears shed my brother. Always there with a welcoming smile and the stories only you could tell I’ll treasure our talks forever. Love Sister Yvonne
Yvonne Allan , Christchurch
Our condolences to the Allan family
There will be some great memories with a lot of laughter so sorry we are unable to be with you all at this time
Pam and Bill Wallace , Invercargill
Dear Murray,
I thank you for your wonderful friendship. Although the friendship over the last several months has been matted by your illness, you never lost your sense of humour, and the ability to tell the most amazing stories. I will cherish the memories of time spent beside your hospital bed listening to your stories or waiting for you to write them on the White Board. I always left with a smile on your face. Your caring nature came through in the interest you showed in what was happening in the life of Cam and myself. Thank you for being you. You have left wonderful children to carry on your legacy and I know that you will be looking down on them ready to guide them through their future. The pain has gone, Fly Free, Murray.
Nurse Motion (Shirley)
Shirley-Smith-Palmer, Dunedin
Sympathies to the Allan Families. Will always have memories of growing up and school days at Ohai and Nightcaps high school. You and Ray Dobbie always playing jokes on us
Shirley McCully (Kynaston), Scott’s Gap
My thoughts go out to Murray's family at this sad time. He was always a friend of Shirley's and mine.- there to help with a laugh and a story to share. Some great memories to the lad and a lad he was but so caring.
Now at peace Mad Moives - will always be remembered.
Sorry I could not make the funeral - in Aussie
KInd Regards
Murray Heath , Invercargill