Ross Leslie Allen QSO

04 Nov 1928 - 01 Jan 2019

Ross Leslie Allen QSO

04 Nov 1928 - 01 Jan 2019

ALLEN Ross Leslie, QSO

Peacefully at Riverside Rest Home on Tuesday, 1 January 2019 aged 90 years. Dearly loved husband and best friend to Evelyn for 69 years. Much loved Dad of Warren & Helen, Peter & Carolyn, and Julie and Grant Eichstaedt. Cherished grandad of Jen, Deb, Kate, Jamie & Lisa, Stephen & Amanda, and his 9 great-grandchildren.

 

All messages to the Allen Family may be left on Ross’ tribute page at www.eagars.co.nz/ross or sent c/-174 Lemon Street, New Plymouth 4312.

 

A service to celebrate Ross’ life will be held at Eagars Te Henui Chapel, 174 Lemon Street, New Plymouth on Saturday 5 th January 2019 at 11:00am, followed by a private cremation.

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My condolences to the Allen Family.
I knew/worked with Ross when I was on the Oakura Community Council and particularly as Chairman. There were many community activities we were involved in and my proudest asscciation with Ross was when we created Matekai Reserve a beautiful recreation area within Oakura township. Of course there are many legacies such as that that Ross has left for the ages to come. I am sorry I have not been able to be at the funeral but am and have been thinking of Ross since leaning of his passing.

David Payne ( 05 Jan 2019 )

Dearest Evelyn and family, especially Julie, Grant, Stephen, Amanda, and partners.
My deepest sympathy at the loss of a very special man that you all loved so much. May he rest in peace.
All my love and blessings
Jill

Jill Wilson (previously Doyle) ( 04 Jan 2019 )

A much respected man who made a great contribution to community affairs, service and welfare over many years - throughout Taranaki and beyond. Qualities that equipped him to contribute to the reorganization of local government within the Taranaki Region and to lead the Regional Council through its formation, establishment and development.
He cared about the people of Taranaki, strived to improve their lot with the provision of services and facilities and doing so in a quiet and forceful way during an exciting period of Taranaki's modern history. The level of his contribution will be equaled by few. A job well done.
Rest in peace.

Dex Knowles ( 04 Jan 2019 )