John Stanley D'Arcy TUCK
FUNERAL HOME
James R Hill Funeral Directors
717 Grey Street Hamilton
Hamilton, Waikato
TUCK, John Stanley D'Arcy (known as D'Arcy). Service #: 203853. Lance Corp. K Force. Korean War. Passed away peacefully on Wednesday 3rd January 2018 with family by his side. Loved husband of Denise and companion of Adria. Proud and loving father of his seven daughter's Christine, Debbie, Melinda, Carol, Sheryl, Judith, Beverly and their partners. Loving Pop of 14 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. A service to celebrate D'Arcy's life will be held in the White Rose Chapel, 75 Cook Street, Hamilton East on Friday 12th January at 2:00pm. Tributes to D'Arcy may be left at www.heavenaddress.com or communications to D'Arcy's family c/- James R Hill, 717 Grey Street, Claudelands, Hamilton. 3216. FDANZ


Published by The New Zealand Herald on Jan. 6, 2018.
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DadI hope you are okay up thereI still go to call to tell you my trivia of the DayI cannot forget your silly jokesYour Love of all animals and your patience with all of us
Sheryl Tuck
September 24, 2021
Always remembered
February 2, 2018
Sorry I couldn't make it to your Funeral. I remember you living in Ngaruawahia, I also remember you fixing the church steeple on the state highway just outside of Ngaruawahia.
Even though we have spoken on and off over the years, I suddenly realised that the last time I ever saw you in in the mid Eighties.
A life time ago indeed. A rest well earned.
From your niece
Jane
February 2, 2018
D'arcy Tuck was the most kind-hearted person I have ever known. His kind helping hand and open heart were given to all without a single second of doubt, making many people happy, because he could.

D'arcy shared many a story and spoke of his early life, which is where his tender caring role began.

Anyone could see what a wonderful man he was, a helping hand given to all, without question.

I am very grateful to have had the pleasure of being his neighbour for a number of years where
his generosity, thoughtfulness and caring to all, was very clear to see.

It was a pleasure and a privilege to know him, as all would agree.

R.I.P. D'arcy, your work here is well done

Many thanks and kind regards from St Winifreds Ave.
Cheryl, Gabrielle and Donovan
Cheryl
January 11, 2018
A special friend who would give the shirt off his back to help anyone including a number of dogs. I will miss the jars of jam, the talks on Taumarunui, old Frankton and building. One of the last old traditional builders. D'Arcy - a treasured family friend.
Laura and the Kellaway Family
January 11, 2018
A wonderful neighbour and friend who will be missed. condolances to ADria and the girls
Lest we forget we will remember them
January 6, 2018
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