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Monday, 17 December 2018

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March 24, 2018

Alan Colman was a remarkable person ...a nicer fellow you would never meet . Totally honest and hardworking .He helped everyone he could and had a dry sense of humour .
Born in Clovelly and later living up near Dora Creek Newcastle He was the true Australian !Tall and handsome , Alan grew in in a time of the Great Depression . He knew a time when people slept on their verandahs in summer . When the milkman delivered milk in a horse and cart . A time when there were no supermarkets . when where there were not the material things there are now .He worked hard all his life and at age 75 walked across England with his wife ...across the Lake district .
His father had been a violinist and his sister Rosemary a highly skilled pianist.
Alan had a fondness for cricket and football and world affairs. He attended Duntroon military academy and was definitely officer material .
He would have made it through but broke his ankle .He could tell you about all the battles the generals and war strategy and why a battle went wrong .He was much loved by everyone .
Alan didnt really ever retire ...he was always busy with his very large lovely family hobbies his vintage car his church dutiesand learning to write and speak Arabic.
Alan had many many friends . ...he will be forever missed by his wonderful family and his many friends A true Aussie...in the finest sense and a real gentleman
March 11, 2018
My sincere condolences. May our heavenly Father, the God of all comfort sustain you at this time of such great loss 2Thessalonians 2:16, 17.
March 10, 2018
A huge loss.
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
From Sarah Howard , Austria.