John Coull – Funeral information: Friday 16 th June at 1430 at Moray Crematorium by Buckie.

In Memory of John Coull


Mountaineer,Skier, Expeditioner, Arctic Explorer, Skier, Sailor, technology adviser and helper to the old and young, party organiser and lover of the wild places and especially the Scottish Islands.

RIP John.

JC on one of the big Glencoe Avalanches.

From the family

“JC Coull   the funeral  service is to be held Friday 16th June at 14:30 Moray Crematorium, Broadly, by Buckie, AB56 5HQ.

At my dad’s request please wear something bright or tartan.

For troops attending JC’s funeral please you bring ice axe for the Guard of Honour. In addition to the tartan or bright colours, MR or mountaineering attire would be good. John wanted his funeral different. There will be a pin board available to display any photos you bring along, make sure you put your name on the them. Any stories on JC and we know there are hundreds would be appreciated at the wake by the family and I’m sure the rest of us.

Then onto a celebration of John’s life at Laichmoray Hotel, Elgin, IV30 1QR. Tel. 01343 540045

Mention John Coull and discounted rooms should be available if you wish to stay.”

 

South Georgia.

Please share amongst JC many pals please.

 

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4 Responses to John Coull – Funeral information: Friday 16 th June at 1430 at Moray Crematorium by Buckie.

  1. Bill Skelson - Skeloon says:

    A sad lose Heavy. A great climbing partner, all round good egg and snappy dresser!
    JC, full of fun, laughs & serious committment.
    He & I had some great times in the Alps. Storm bound on Dom de Gouter, after doing N West Face of Aig de Bionassey, we dug a snow hole and spent 2 nights at 4200M.
    Another time, 2 nights on Frendo Spur after taking a very direct route. The last bivvi was on a small ledge above the famous Ice Areté, with the lights of Chamonix some 10000ft directly below us.
    Yes we had some magic times. I knew JC was ill, we compared chemo notes, and tried to keep each other up and positive. He still managed to get to his music festivals, do his land yatching and in winter some ski touring.
    I will miss the texts we use to send each other – “Chatski?” The prelude to a good hr long phone chat.
    Rest in Peace John, a great bloke and wonderful mate.

  2. John Green says:

    Heavy,
    Please pass on my sympathies to JC’s family. I learned a lot from JC in my short time with KMRT, and he was always supportive of new troops.

    Regards

    John Green

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