In Loving Memory
Colin Joseph Chantry


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A Funeral Service for
Colin Chantry will be held at
David W Bull Pakenham Funeral Home
190 Princes Highway, Pakenham,
on Wednesday 26th June 2024
commencing at 1:30 p.m.

A private cremation will follow.

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  1. Colin you will always be remembered for your cheeky wit and ability to fix anything. Was a great pleasure knowing you. RIP

  2. Dearest Colin,
    Your big smiling face at the fence & some words that always made me smile. That was our beautiful neighbour, Mr Colin Chantry.
    You were an amazing neighbour to us for so many years. We chuckle remembering the “fence climbing” after Kath & I had a few wines. Thank goodness for that pool ladder!!
    You helped free our little dog Beau after he got his head stuck in between the fence railings, I was panicking so much & you saved the day. I treasure the beautiful chopping board you made me, which I am still too nervous to actually chop on & ruin so it makes a lovely cheese platter & I always make sure it gets oiled just like you showed me.
    Always a gentleman & always willing to lend a hand wherever it was needed.
    Scott & I are so honoured to have been part of your life & you will forever be in our thoughts.
    Sending our condolences to Kathleen & the entire family at such a difficult time. Colin was very much loved by us & we are so glad that our children, Erin & Jake also have memories of him.
    The world has lost a beautiful soul.
    Rest In Peace, our dear Colin. xxx

    Scott & Michele Manson
  3. Colin you are an amazing person always a big smile we will miss you. Condolences to your family we will
    all miss you
    Roz and Arthur

    Roz krug
  4. I watched the beautiful tribute to Colin’s life from the Southern HIghlands of NSW. It was a very personal and moving service – well done to all who participated. In particular, well done Kathleen; it is very difficult to speak at such a raw time and you did so with great aplomb.
    My thoughts and love are with you all, as you commence your future journey, absent the man who meant so much to you all. He will be sadly missed.
    Best wishes.
    Love, Sharynn.

    Sharynn Moors
  5. Beautiful service and a great tribute to Uncle Colin.
    Our sincere condolences to Kathleen, Kerry, Neil and the extended family.
    Gary and Kerry McSweeney

    Gary McSweeney