PENDLEBURY – Colin David

Born on April 16, 1952. Passed away February 8, 2021.

Passed away peacefully at Latrobe Regional Hospital Traralgon

on February 8th 2021

Aged 68 years

Dearly loved husband of Raeleen for 41 years.

Much loved father and father in law of

Paul and Helen, Lee and Craig.

Adored Grandpa of Rachael, Michael, Claire, and Emerald.

Funeral Notice
Due to current COVID 19 restrictions the funeral for Mr. Colin Pendlebury will now be a Private Funeral. Please be advised that a Memorial Service for Colin will be held a later date to be advised.
Tributes
  1. Good old bugger that won’t be forgotten would give you a hand if you needed it . lucky to have meet you Colin and known you may you RIP Colin Love jenny and Doug xxx

    Douglas Corrin February 10, 2021
  2. The Joker, my best friend for 40 years. You were like a brother. See ya mate. Macca

    Geoff McArthur February 12, 2021
  3. raelene and family, thinking of you this day as you celebrate colins life loving husband father and grand father and friend he will fly free now and watch over all love and light cousin sue/rae and family colin say hi to ted

    john king February 13, 2021
  4. *Posting on behalf of my father and Colins older brother Alan Pendlebury (Candles)

    My first car was a 1926 Morris Cowley that had a crank handle to start (No starter motor)
    On cold mornings it would not kick over and Colin would give me a push down to the Heyfield Butter Factory to roll start it. I would then give him a ride to the Bush Stop to go to school.

    While we were living in Churchill, I got a job carting logs out the back of Licola and would stay at the Mums place. I had a FC Holden and ran into something putting a hole in the radiator.
    I had a spare in Churchill and Colin’s Valiant was out of service, so he took me to pick it up on his motorbike. We placed the radiator between us on the motorbike on the return trip.

    *Colin did tell me this story also and mentioned it was the quickest trip to Churchill that he had ever done and recent feedback from Raelene mentioned a few stops to quench their thirst were involved

    *My early memories of my Uncle would be going fishing when I stayed at Nana & Pops during the school holidays. He loved his fishing, and I enjoyed our time together even if we did not catch any fish
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    Also remember going to the wood yard with him and loading up the trailer with hardwood offcuts for firewood for the family home. On one occasion I remember this turned into a full afternoon task with friends, music and drinks.

    Having an Uncle who was a local Taxi Driver had its benefits. He always looked out for me, my family, and our children when we were out and would go out of his way to make sure we got home safely after a night out.

    Colins Collections – During my years of travel with sport and work, Colin would ask if I could grab him a stubbie holder and key ring wherever I went.

    He had a huge collection of these and as I travelled a fair bit, I would end up just getting them for him without asking. I enjoyed doing this for him.

    *Of all his collections his most treasured would be his immediate family, Raeleen, Paul and Helen, Lee & Craig and his 4 grandchildren.*

    Colin was one in a million and would go out of his way to help you out when he could, he will be sadly missed by his Family and Friends.

    Rest in Peace Uncle

    Love Duane, Michelle, and Family.

    Duane Pendlebury February 15, 2021