Colin Thompson


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Colin Thompson

How would you describe them?

“A very talented man who was gentle, kind and loving. He loved his family and friends and was always thinking of others and will be greatly missed.”

What did they love most?

“His Family, Music and Fulham Football Club”

What will you remember most about them?

“His music, his smile and that he was always there when you needed him.”

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Mr Stuart Bowdery

Anyone willing to try and teach my wife and daughter the piano must possess the patience of a saint. His eagerness to support Fulham confirmed this.He will be missed.


Mr Jack Woollard

Colin was a wonderful work colleague and good friend who I have known since my youth, he will be missed by many.


Mr Thomas White

Colin was a gentle man with a great sense of humour.Who will be greatly missed by his family and friends. Maureen and Tom White


Mr John Bruce

Colin was wonderful friend and neighbour to our daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren. He will be greatly missed. John and Jan


Mr Jon Dyer

A charming man who would do anything to help others. We will have a toast for you at the next reunion Colin!


Mrs Jennifer Burchett

A very kind and gentle man, who will be missed by all those that knew him. He will forever remain in our hearts.


Mrs Carolan Blann

Collin was our neighbour for the last three years. I have never lived next to such a gorgeous couple. We always laughed and joked and he was so kind to our children. He taught my son Jamie piano and took him to his first exam and what an excellent teacher he was. Jamie will miss his time with him learning the piano. The whole family miss you loads and you are always in our thoughts every day. Xxxxx


Mr Brian Horwite

We first met in 1960, when Colin joined the "N.O.W" as a result of the closure of the "Empire News". We have remained colleagues ever since and, I along with many, will be equally grateful for the Reunions he arranged with Anne. I was so pleased we met in June this year, at the Pensioners' lunch. Fond memories!


Mr Derek Holden

Those of us who worked with Colin at NI owe him a debt for the work he did organizing the Circulation reunions over recent years enabling us to stay in touch with each other. It was a privilege to know him.


Miss Maxine Brown

I will miss Colin so much. He was my colleague back in the Grays Inn Road days & then Wapping & became a real true friend. Rest in Peace Colin I will never forget you ??

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