Colin James Adamson

Colin James Adamson

Formerly of Thirroul

Passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, 21st March 2024. Beloved husband of Wendy. Dearly loved father of Byron and Genevieve. Loved brother and brother in law of David & Kim, Louise & Lee, and Bryce. Loved uncle to his nieces and nephews. Colin will be sadly missed by his loving family and many dear friends.

Aged 61 Years
Forever in our Hearts

Relatives and friends are invited to attend Colin’s funeral service to be held at H.Parsons Funeral Home, 4 Princes Highway, Dapto on Thursday, 28th March 2024 at 2.30pm.

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2:30 pm, Thu 28 March 2024


H Parsons Funeral Home Dapto, 4 Princes Hwy, Dapto, New South Wales 2530, AU
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  1. Wendy and family, David and family sending you all my deepest condolences on the sad passing of Colin.
    From a young age every year Aunty Ev, Uncle Jim and Colin came up to Grandmas. Those times where so special and still are to me. We weren’t angels far from it but we were family, an unbreakable bound. He was special to me always will be. Love Leah

  2. I met Col working at Oxygen laundry in Jindabyne NSW. I got on well with him and he was always telling me stories about working for the railways which I found interesting. I left the laundry to go work on a huge farm in Hillston NSW and asked Colin if he’d be interested in a job if the farm needed more staff (which they did)
    Colin came up to Cowl Cowl station in May last year and started working over at the almond orchard on the property alongside myself. He fitted in and always said that he loved the area and living in the Rivierina. He loved looking at the Lachland river that passed by right near where he lived on the farm. And he became friends with many of the farm’s staff including French, Spanish and Estonian backpackers who many looked on Col as “Uncle Col” We will be watching Colin’s funeral tomorrow at the farm and our feelings are with Colin’s family in this difficult time. Colin was a good friend and will miss the conversations we had.

  3. I stayed with Colin, Wendy, Byron and Gen when I visited Australia in 2006. I remember him as a warm and friendly person, a good husband and father. Unfortunately, due to me living in Canada, I never got to know him as well as I would have liked to. A great loss for Wendy, Byron and Gen. My heartfelt sympathy and love to the family.

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