Bruce Lindsay Allen

30th June 1929 - 14th August 2019
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St Andrews Presbyterian Church
Elles Road
Invercargill
17 August 2019, 10:00AM

ALLEN     Bruce Lindsay

Peacefully in his sleep at Southland Hospital on Wednesday, 14th August 2019. In his 91st year. Much loved husband of the late Joan. Dearly loved father and father-in-law of Peter and Kathryn, Lyndsey and Simon Jones, Murray and Wendy. Much loved grandfather of Oliver, Bennett and Morgan. Loved brother and brother-in-law of Marie and Roger Harrington and the late Ron and Neita Allen. Dearly loved by all his extended family. The family wish to acknowledge the care given to Bruce by the staff of the medical ward. A service to celebrate Bruce’s life will be held in St Andrews Presbyterian Church, Elles Road, Invercargill at 10.00am on Saturday 17th August. Interment at the Eastern Cemetery will follow. Online tributes can be made at frasersfunerals.co.nz/tributes.

Messages

Geordie Chalmers' family are thinking of you all, Bruce was a very special fellow, we admired him greatly, he always had time for Geordie.

Take Care and look after each other
Jess Chalmers, Invercargill
Sad to hear of Bruce's passing. Of the same age and a friend when we lived in Invercargill and enjoyed each other's company at St.Andrews's Church. Our deepest sympathy to theAllen Family.. Sincerely, Estelle and Mervyn Jones, Ashburton.
Mervyn Jones, Ashburton
Sorry to hear of Bruce's death. We will remember his friendship and times spent with him and Joan at St Andrews. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this time.
Graham & Ellen Calder, Invercargill
So sorry for your loss
Alex, Peter and Robert McBurney, Invercargill
I am so sad to read of Bruce's passing. I enjoyed having him at our painting classes and I know you will all treasure his beautiful art work for years to come.
My sister Dawn has some of the rocks from his collection and when he was sitting with Joan at Rowena Jackson he commented that he was cold so she made him a woollen blanket that always seemed to be on the couch when I visited him.
With our deepest sympathy at such a sad time for you all.
Regards Errolyn Taane and Dawn Molloy
Errolyn Taane, Invercargill