Colin GARTHWAITE
FUNERAL HOME
Hope Funerals Christchurch
27 Amyes Road
Christchurch, Canterbury
GARTHWAITE,
Colin Stanley:
On Sunday, November 14, 2021, aged 85 years, passed away peacefully in Nurse Maude Hospital, Christchurch. Loved husband of Marina, and loved father and father-in-law of Harold and Shirley, the late Janeice Pascoe (nee Garthwaite), Robbie and Karen Pascoe, and Grant and Kim Garthwaite. Loved grandfather of Jevon and Micaela Pascoe, Amber Pascoe, Ryan, Adam, Harris and Flynn Garthwaite, and great-grandfather to Ava, Ryan, Mason and Summer Pascoe. A Funeral Service will be held at St Mark's Presbyterian Church, Withells Road, Christchurch, on Thursday, November 18, at 2.00pm. Covid guidelines will need to be followed with attendance limited to 100. Messages to family can be left c/- Hope Funerals, 27 Amyes Road, Hornby, Christchurch.


Published by Southland Times on Nov. 16, 2021.
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2:00p.m.
St Mark's Presbyterian Church
Withells Road, Christchurch, Canterbury
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Dear Marina, Harold and Grant So sorry to hear of Colin's passing. He was a fun guy that tolerated a lot of non-stop chatter when Janeice and I got together. I'll be thinking of you Linley x
Linley Caudwell
November 18, 2021
Colin was one of my favourite people in the St Mark's church choir. He had a real heart for the Lord and a strong faith. I am so grateful for his life and encouraging influence on those around him.
Margot Holcroft
November 18, 2021
To the Garthwaite family.
I remember Colin as a happy person, with
always a a joke or a story to tell. He would often recall his happy times spent in the Southland region.I did enjoy his company when we were out tramping with the over 40's tramping club.
Rest in peace Colin.
From Tom Cholmondeley
November 18, 2021
Colin was a wonderful man devoting a life alongside my sister, encouraging their children toward all-round community interests. In a nice way, always interested and communicated well to all....
'Near Seven decades we dare look back,
Colin is his name, and sharp as a tack,
Drove an Austin Seven years gone by...
Wi' Marina look'n by the corner a' her eye,
A'fore he could blink a knot they did tie.
To the book, one by two by three came they,
Harold, Janeice, Grant 'turn House ta Home.
Wash/mc, bicycles, motors inside and out,
He could fix 'em all, without a doubt.
Ross, Ken. Don and Bob T....
All support to Colin and Marina....
Some years went by with good times galore,
Sports and kids and much, much more...
Marina and Colin may they settle down?
Not on your life, they've headed out' town.
Tramp'n, Sports and Basketball too...
Grand-kids listen'd everything achieved,
Ta' see them as Champions to their podiums,
Colin and Marina 'n three generations,
We're here to honour this Giant humble man,

"We pay tribute to a pure family man who has touched our heart more than anyone can. Always a smile with a friendly word...
Thy's na greater man, even God has heard."
Bob & Patsy Spence
November 17, 2021
wonderful memories of a caring Brother in law and friend to all.
Bruce & Rosemary Christie.
November 17, 2021

wonderful memories of a caring brother n law and friend to all. Bruce and Rosemary Christie.
November 17, 2021
Sending our condolences to Marina and the Garthwaite family!
Rest in peace, Colin! Always remembered forever!
Aniva Payne
November 17, 2021
Sorry to hear of Colins passing. He was a really good friend to me when I needed one. RIP
Bill Storey
November 17, 2021
My thoughts are with the family. Colin was an inspiration to me during my time with the OFTC. He was so encouraging and kind and have had many memorable tramps with him over the years.
Alison McKechie
November 16, 2021
Thoughts are with the family at this sad time. Colin was an inspiration to me in my early days of tramping. He was so kind and encouraging and have such fond memories of him.
Alison McKechie
November 16, 2021
Our deepest sympathies to all the family. Many fond childhood memories of growing up and being together. Rest in peace Colin
Don Payne
November 16, 2021
Dear Marina and family
Colin was a good man, a good mate and an inspiration to many of us in the Over Forties Tramping Club. He could talk up a good yarn, with his trade mark humour. It was a privilege to know him.
Our thoughts are with you at this time.
Lawrence Allpress
November 16, 2021
On behalf of Air Force Museum, my deepest condolences to Marina and the rest of the family at this difficult time. Colin was a fantastic member of our Tuesday Volunteer team, and before ill health limited the time he could spend at the Museum, he really brought something special to the role, he will be sadly missed.
Mark Johnson
November 16, 2021
Aunty Marina and family, I am thinking of you and send my love to you. I had so much respect for Uncle Colin and you Aunty Marina when I was able to see you both in the earlier years. I will always remember his caring nature and cheeky smile. And yours too!!
Anne Richards
November 16, 2021
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