Colin Stewart Ballantyne

11th January 1939 - 24th July 2022
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Winton Presbyterian Church, Meldrum Street Winton
2 August 2022, 2:00PM

BALLANTYNE Colin Stewart. QSO, at home on Sunday 24th July 2022. Dearly loved husband of Ellen. Loved father and father-in-law, of Simon (Okapua); Jayne Ballantyne and Ken Morris (Bribie Island, Australia). Loved Grumpy of Liam, Jack, Jude, and Rosa, and a friend of Christine Larsen. Loved son of the late Allan and Dolly Ballantyne. Loved cousin of the Fowle and Ballantyne families. Respected Brother-in-law of the late Ian Booth, Rosalie Day, Audrey Booth, Owen and Liz Booth, Isabel Booth, and Bronwyn and Buck Tumataroa. Respected Uncle, and friend to many. A service to celebrate Colin’s life will be held in the Winton Presbyterian Church, Meldrum Street Winton on Tuesday 2nd August at 2pm.Private cremation to follow. Messages to 32 Northview Avenue, Winton. 9720.

Messages

Our thoughts are with you and family at this sad time. Charlie and Colin had some great times together in their young lives. Colin will be sadly missed by many
Jeanette Ireland and Family, Christchurch
Sincere condolences to all of Colin’s family at his passing. Wayne Harper Winton
Wayne Harper , Winton
colin had a kind word for everyone. a real gentleman in the true meaning of the word.
nebille & Deirdre cook, Invercargill
Please accept Jill and my most sincere condolences on your loss of a truly nice man.
I can’t remember the number of rams I bought from Colin over the years, but I certainly remember the after sale conversations/discussions that often took far longer than the selection process, and covered such a wide range of issues, from farming practices to the wisdom of the government of the day.
Colin provided wise and useful counsel to me and I respected him as a true gentleman, whose opinion I valued, and friendship I appreciated, and you are all in our thoughts at this time.

Yours sincerely
Bill & Jill Taylor


Bill Taylor , Queenstown
Sincere Sympathy to you Ellen and Family. So sorry, and my thoughts are with you all at this sad time.
Love
Lilian McKenzie
Lilian McKenzie, Winton
Sorry to read of Colin's passing. Condolences to you Ellen and to all your family. So long since we caught up but fond memories periodically return of times past. Take care.
Bruce McLean , Nelson
So sorry to read of Colins passing, I worked alongside of Colin, in support of Derek Angus in the National Party of Wallace. A man of principal and honesty, I was always very comfortable in taking in his knowledge and advice. My condolences to the family, at this very sad time.
Sandra McKenzie
Otautau
Sandra McKenzie, OTAUTAU
We always enjoyed spending time with cousin Colin when we visited from Scotland. He & Ellen made us so very welcome. He will sorely missed and our thoughts are with Ellen & family.
Willie & Joy Taylor, Dalgety Bay, Scotland
Dear Ellen. Our thoughts are with you and your family at this sad time. Have memories of you both from many years ago when you were in Jaycees with my mum and dad(Ian and Merle)going on bottle drives and fertiliser drives, then bumping into Colin and yourself around town ever since. He was a really nice memorable man.
Colin and Fay Wilson
Ashburton
Colin Wilson , Ashburton
Colin was always part of our life through his friendship with Dad and I am so pleased I got to catch up at Riverton Races when home, will remember his quiet chuckle and wry observations. My sincere Condolences to Ellen, Simon, Jaynie and family
Megan Beattie (Gray), Melbourne
Condolences to you and your family Ellen.
Mairin Johnstone, Drummond
Heartfelt sympathy to the Ballantyne. Such a community minded man who was always prepared to listen and assist.
Appreciated all the support Colin gave me during my time with Trust Bank Southland.
Have very fond memories after his time with the Bank. Such a friendly smile and positive man.
Yes Jane I am still about xx
Murray Heath, INvercargill
Very sad to read of Colin's passing. It made me reflect on a life of giving to his community. He was an amazing mentor and much regarded in the Health arena especially in Southland. My sincere condolences to his family may he RIP
Kaye Crowther, Invercargill
To Ellen and family , thinking of you all at this sad time ,
from Elston and Averil King
Elston and Averil King, Winton
To Simon and family,
I offer our families thoughts and that of my late Uncle Bill Oliver at this time.
Bill held Colin in the highest regard and respect.
We are sorry for your whole family’s loss.
John Doherty & family , Greymouth
Condolences to the Ballantyne family. Colin was a fantastic man and will be deeply missed
Rupert Ward, Christchurch
Deepest Sympathy to the Ballantyne family. Colin was such a lovely man.
Roger and Julie Allan and family, Balfour, Southland