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Ian Stanley Talbot (Spooky) SMITH Obituary
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October 14, 2017
A great guy, will be sorely missed.
October 9, 2017
Fly free in the great unknown Ian.You always took an interest in what i was up to.Always willing to give & share advice, esp. in farming.You didnt suffer fools gladly, but the twinkle in your eyes & wee smile said so much. Rest in peace.
October 6, 2017
Lovely man. I knew him briefly in the 80's over deer business but he was a friend of my brother, through Pirates rugby and Otago stock firm connections. Like all Otago boys he was a rugby hero to me as a schoolboy, particularly on the Whineray tour, and when he scored his 2 tries against the Springboks.
I just missed seeing him in Mooloolaba recently and heard he wasn't good, so I'm very sad to hear he's gone.
Good footballer, good man.
Peter Jerram
Blenheim
October 4, 2017
Sad news,condolences to the family.
Murray Farrant King's in the 50s.