Colin Berry Duncan

Colin Berry Duncan

May 19, 1967 - June 23, 2015

Colin Berry Duncan

May 19, 1967 - June 23, 2015


Colin Duncan
May 19, 1967 to June 23, 2015

Colin Duncan, age 48, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, June 23, 2015. He was a beloved brother, son, uncle, colleague, and loyal friend.

He is survived by his mother Maria Lucy Duncan; his sister Megan Conklin; his nephew Nicholas Conklin; and his niece Emma Conklin.

Colin was born and raised in Manila, Philippines. He resided and worked in Orange County, California for all of his adult life.

Employed at B. Braun in Irvine, California since 1998 as an HVAC Technician, Colin was an esteemed and respected colleague.

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15 responses to Colin Berry Duncan

  1. Robin says:

    So sweet…..


    Here is some important contact information for anyone who would like to reach our mom, Maria Lucy Duncan, who lives in the Philippines. Many of you have inquired about her address, but I would like to let you know that posted mail has not been reaching her. The best way to reach her is to call the main desk at her apartment and they will patch her through, or to send me emails which I can compile and forward on to a friend who lives in the Philippines.

    Send mail to Maria Lucy Duncan (no guaranty that it will arrive):

    Maria Lucy Duncan
    Home Crest Residences, Apartment 312
    Tulip Drive corner Walnut Avenue, Ecoland, Walnut Dr, Talomo District, Davao City, 8000 Davao del Sur, Philippines

    Call Maria Lucy Duncan: (Best time to call is 6pm to 9pm Pacific Standard Time)
    Home Crest Residences, Main Desk
    +63 82 297 7777

    Call Megan Conklin:
    (206) 605 1391

    Email Megan Conklin:

  3. Blanca Arana says:

    My deepest condolence to the family of my dear friend Colin. I miss Colin not coming to my desk and asking me for a work order. I miss not seeing him in the hallways or in the maintenance shop. I miss not getting the paperwork full of grease and coffee stains
    ( which was Colin’s trade mark) I see his signature and comments on the paperwork he filled out and I miss him even more. His last words to me were “Blanca, you saved me from my own cooking” he said that to me because I bought him 2 chicken empanadas.
    I will miss you Colin so very much and will think of you often. May god hold you in the palms of his hands until we meet again………….

  4. Edna Sawyer says:

    So sweet….

  5. Edna Sawyer says:

    We would see Colin once a year, maybe 2 timesif we were lucky. The last time we saw him, we were having the usual Conklin-Sawyer eating fest. Colin helped me prepare bacon wrapped dates and yes we snacked on a few before we served them. He was always very helpful and pleasant. We will miss his visits to Seattle. We will keep you, Lola, Ted, Nicholas and Emma in our prayers. The Sawyers

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