In Loving Memory
of
Colin Eric Metcalfe

Service
TUESDAY 5TH JANUARY 2021 COMMENCING AT 2:00 P.M.
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A Funeral Service for Colin
will be held at

David W Bull Cranbourne Funeral Home,
6 Brunt Street, Cranbourne on
Tuesday 5th January 2021
commencing at 2:00 p.m.

A private cremation will follow.

Due to government restrictions please
complete attendee list upon arrival.

Please click on the link below to view
the Chapel Service for Colin
which is scheduled to commence at

2:00 p.m. on Tuesday 5th January 2021.

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  1. R.I.P Colin. You did an amazing job raising those beautiful girls of yours. Hope your proud, cos you definitely should be x.

    Carolyn Riley
  2. To our best mate will miss you heaps especially those Friday night curries & BBQ’s at your place but best of all the memories we will cherish from the old days back in NZ
    Farewell mate RIP.
    (Wilky)

    Michael & Heather Wilkinson
  3. my little Brother, my mate i am so pleased that you have been such a big part of mine and my families life, you will be sadly missed but you will always be loved and always in our thoughts and hearts.

    rest in peace my brother for god knows you definitely deserve to.

    much loved

    David, Marlene, Tracie Mark and Ashton, Dustin and Ja

    David Metcalfe
  4. You left us far too soon, I have never known such a loving, caring , wonderful funny bugger as my Uncle Colin, we had so much fun on the Friday Currie in a hurry nights, the Sunday morning, what shall we paint? Is it beer o’clock yet? You will be missed forever and loved always and your smile will never be forgotten RIP

    Tracie metcalfe
  5. Rest In Peace Dad❤️

    It was so hard to do
    And I’m very sad to say
    That on Saturday I watched
    As you faded away.

    Sunday came
    And it hurts more to say
    That you took your last breath
    And passed away.

    You will forever hold a place inside my heart
    A lifetime of memories shared
    You fought so very long and hard
    Through these cruelest of years

    I wish you weren’t in pain all this time
    That the cancer had not begun
    You put up an amazing fight for life
    Unfortunately it won.

    As a person
    You had a down to earth spirit
    A love of fishing and golf
    An immensely joyful sense of humour
    And the beer would always be cold

    You had a fantastic coin collection
    A whip from a jockey from the shop
    You were really good at making things
    And the music would always be up.

    Celebrations at your house were fantastic
    Like Easter and Melbourne cup
    Barbecue would be cooking away
    The beer can up the chickens butt

    Huge pride for being a kiwi
    An Aussie you became
    A Grandad to 10
    Father to 2
    Many friends made along the way.

    I have missed you in my life Dad
    I had nothing but respect
    I only wish we had good years
    Before I shed these tears.

    You shared with me some of your deepest thoughts
    When you were in despair
    My heart breaks for you
    That life could be so unfair

    Our past may be filled with turmoil
    One thing will never change
    The love in my heart for you Dad
    Will always remain.

    Not one day will go by without
    A thought of you on my mind
    I have cherish our time together
    You will be missed for all time
    Loved always.
    I love you Dad.

    Trudi