William George Loader (Bill)

16 Mar 1928 - 29 Apr 2021

William George Loader (Bill)

16 Mar 1928 - 29 Apr 2021

LOADER William George (Bill)

J Force, SN 818322

Peacefully at Tainui Rest Home in New Plymouth on Thursday 29 April 2021, aged 93.

Dearly loved husband of Joan for 71 years.

Much loved Dad of Pauline and Murray Greig, Carol and Neville Rauner, and Suzy and Errol Barnes.

Loved and respected Grandad of Kim and Brendan, Shayna and Chris; Shelley and Jason, Craig and Asha; Melissa (deceased), Matthew, and Steven (deceased).

Great-grandad of Shanais, Montana, Jai, Jack, Ellie, and Liam.

Messages to Bill’s family may be left on his tribute page at eagars.co.nz/bill.

A Catholic service to celebrate Bill’s life will be held at Eagars Te Henui Chapel, 174 Lemon Street, New Plymouth on Tuesday 4 May 2021 at 2pm, followed by a private cremation.

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Mrs Loader, Pauline,Carol, Suzy and families please accept our condolences for your loss of a Husband, Father and Grandfather. Thinking of you all. Steve and Gill Corlett.

Gillian Corlett ( 03 May 2021 )

Uncle Bill. Richard always spoke of your amazing bar. i think you and him will be at the Heaven Bar together with many friends and family we all miss. ❤️

Linda Pigott (née Whittle) ( 01 May 2021 )

RIP Bill, My Condolences to Joan and the Loader family, great friend, great boss, great butcher and great fun. Many a happy spent offshore with Bill.Will be missed.
Kerry Parker

Kerry Parker ( 01 May 2021 )

To Bill, a much loved brother and Uncle who will be sorely missed. Until we meet again. All our love to Joan, Pauline & Murray, Carol & Neville and Suzy and Errol and families.

Fay & Marilyn ( 01 May 2021 )

So sad to see the news today. Another old friend moved on. I was looking forward to a catch up in a few short weeks. Our condolences to Joan and family, rest on peace Bill.

Bob AND Julie Fox ( 30 Apr 2021 )

Grandad, I will always remember the stories, tongue and cheek mannerisms. A speech and song at every party. As kids, chased by a sheep fleeced hair piece with up turn teeth fun monster going orrrrrrrrrr, we ran off giggling. Grass so soft and a garden so yummy and plentiful, food always yummy. A bar with silly antics and playing with Japanese souvenir swords. Staying at the beach. As you grew frail in your last days, I will always remember your strength and sense of adventure. I love you and we will live on in your legacy. Love Kim Greig.

Kim Greig ( 30 Apr 2021 )