David MARK THOMPSON

14th June 1941 - 7th November 2021
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Service Details
J Fraser and Sons
Due to covid restrictions, attendance is limited.
A live stream is available by clicking on then link below,
10 November 2021, 2:00PM

THOMPSON, David Mark, (Mark).

of Southland, formerly Nelson. Passed peacefully on Sunday 7 November 2021, aged 80. Very dearly loved companion of Shelagh; loved friend and ex-husband of June. Much loved father and father-in-law of Steve and Ang, Daryl and Colleen, the late Tim, and the late David. Loved Grandad “Dude” of Jade, Cory, and Kelly, and Great-Grandad of Kayden, Nico, and Kyla. Loved brother of Garry, and Jeanette. Loved Uncle of all his neices and nephews. Service details for Invercargill and Nelson will follow. Messages can be sent to 29 Beaconsfield Road, Lorneville, Invercargill 9876, or to Mark’s tribute page at frasersfunerals.co.nz/tributes

Messages

So sorry to hear of Mark's passing. Am sure you will have some wonderful memories.
Wendy Fairweather, Invercargill
Rest In Peace Mark
So sorry for your loss Shelagh
Sincere sympathy to all
Lyn Jensen, Millers Flat
Deepest Sympathy to all the family
From Elaine and John Duncan
Elaine Duncan, Nelson
Miss you grandad . Was good to see you this spring discing our paddocks up doing what you love . And always good for a yarn rest in peace
It was a pleasure meeting you
Thomas hewitt Wether Hill daires , Lumsden
Mark, we are so pleased to have known you and will miss your chats.
Heart felt sympathy, Shelagh.
Peter & Judith Murdoch, Monowai Village
A great man gone.
Glad I met you Mark and those conversations and mini arguments went 50/50.
A person in my life that I looked up to and valued your help in those important times
R.I.P
Greg Browning, Rolleston
Uncle Mark
Dad (Garry) will miss you so much! I remember the long late night phone calls where you both fell asleep mid conversation then woke each other up and kept on chatting! 😉
I remember the Bright-water farm, nana and granddads house and the paddock between the houses! We would come over and listen to the latest abba records at yours!
Throw your arms around Tim and give my beautiful cousin a big hug from me!
Nicola Thompson
Nicola Thompson-Hancoxk, Sydney
So pleased Mark called in to see us when last in Nelson. We have many memories of the years of silage making at our farm. An easy man to talk to. We enjoyed our conversations with him. He will be sadly missed. We send our deepest sympathy to his family. Farewell Mark.
Andrew & Wendy Gibbs, Wakefield.
Very sorry for your sad loss, kind wishes to you all.
Linda Rule
Linda Rule, Invercargill