Colin Cooper

20th January 1943 - 20th July 2019
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COOPER Colin Passed away at Hospice Southland on Saturday 20 July 2019 surrounded by his loving family. Dearly loved husband and soul mate of Margaret for 59 years. Beloved Father and father in law of Conrad and Karen (Invercargill), Neil and Anne (Great Dunmow-London) Loved Gran Colin of Kaleigh and Brittanny. As per Colin’s wishes a private service has been held. Online tributes may be made on frasersfunerals.co.nz/tributes. Respectfully cared for by J Fraser & Sons Ltd, FDANZ

Messages

I have great memories from the years at Tiwai, working with Colin. He was a good man. Deepest sympathy to you, Margaret and your family.
Neville Wallace, CHRISTCHURCH
In my time at Tiwai i interacted with Colin on many work and project issues. Colin was always cooperative obliging and took the time to explain in terms i understood some of the complexities of systems we had to work with. Outside of work he had a god given skill he enhanced to converse in subjects more dear to me than him.
A top bloke indeed.
Margaret, family and friends, please accept our deepest sympathy from Ann & I at your sad loss of a loved one
RIP Colin.
Stu Munro, Invercargill
Deepest sympathy to you Margaret and your family thinking of you at this very sad time.
Isobel and Frank Kernaghan, Invercargill
The best Brother-in-Law you could wish for, still has not yet sunk in that he has passed away and will miss him when I Skype Margie, as I said will miss him so much, Margie and Colin have had a wonderful 58 years together and now Margie will have some wonderful memories of their travels in NZ and England, thinking of you all. XXXXOOOOXXXX.
Pat and Dave Dean, Tavistock, DEVON, England
Margaret and family - sad the read about Colin - We understand the battle for both of you , Rest in peace Colin
Our thoughts are with you all.
Ken and Carol Henderson, Invercargill
Deepest sympathy to all of Colin's Family.
My memories of him were of a great battler but more importantly he never gave up
Sadly Missed
Colin Clark, ex NZAS
Colin Clark, Invercargill
Dear Margaret and Family our deepest sympathy on your sad loss. I always had the greatest respect for Colin he was one of life's true Gentlemen. Another old Tiwai bloke gone. RIP Colin.
Mike & Marion McNamara , Invercargill
My deepest sympathies to Colin’s family.
Colin was a very respected work colleague and a gentleman.
Ken Bolger, Invercargill