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Carterton Ballooning Tragedy

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    • rest in peace my friend

      i knew Belinda well at the anz bank she was a special person who touched us all a spirit and zest in life I will never forget a beautiful person gone but never forgotten farewell mate

      david nelson. featherston, New Zealand. Friday, January 08, 2016

    • A Gracious and Bubbly Lady

      To Belinda's Family,Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this tragic time.
      Belinda was such a bubbly person who left a lasting impression on all who knew her. May you Rest In Peace.
      Neroli Edwards+Jaden Knight, Blenheim.
      Neroli Matautia (nee Knight), Auckland.

      Neroli Edwards. Blenheim, New Zealand. Monday, January 16, 2012

    • May Belinda and Stephen rest in loving peace together.

      To Belinda's Family and friends. My sincere condolences for this tragic loss of a wonderful and vibrant person. May Belinda and Stephen rest in loving peace together.

      Doug. Stuart, New Zealand. Wednesday, January 11, 2012

    • To Belinda's family - words cannot express how sad this tragic loss is. I met Belinda recently when Stephen celebrated his 25th anniversary with IBM. She had a lovely bright cheery personality and I could see how much she loved life and how happy they were together. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

      Dorothy Lewsley. Lower Hutt, New Zealand. Tuesday, January 10, 2012

    • To the family of Belinda, I am so sorry about your loss. The bush tracks of the Belmont Regional Park won't seem the same without Steve, Belinda & Bonny running along them. Many times we would cross each others paths and exchange our thoughts on such a beautiful valley to walk & run. I will always remember them as I cross the stream at the bottom where we frequently met. Rest in peace Steve & Belinda with the kereru, tuis & fantails singing.

      Trish Jackson. Lower Hutt, New Zealand. Monday, January 09, 2012

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