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RIP Peter Boon

Post by Fuzzyken » April 13, 2018, 7:52 pm

It is with much sadness that I report the death of a long standing friend and familiar face in Udon. He was a customer at our bar in Soi Falang back in 2006 where he enjoyed a game of pool and was never slow at questioning the rules. He remained a loyal customer, most recently visiting us last week.

He died, age 82, this morning so no details of funeral arrangements just yet but I will post as soon as information becomes available.
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Post by Wee Jimmy » April 13, 2018, 8:42 pm

RIP mate. I didn't know him well l met him in some of the bars. Sad news.

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Post by dezzer111 » April 13, 2018, 10:02 pm

RIP mate it was a pleasure knowing you,condloences to the family
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Post by FBI » April 13, 2018, 10:19 pm

RIP Peter

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Post by ajsp9 » April 13, 2018, 11:01 pm

Very Sad. had a drink with him two weeks ago

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Post by AussieBoy » April 14, 2018, 1:15 am

Sat with him on Wednesday, watching the GP at Harry's, still riding around his scooter, will miss his chats while watching sport.
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Post by timmy » April 14, 2018, 6:56 am

RIP Peter drank with him many times in fuzzys .

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Post by mathusalah80 » April 14, 2018, 12:41 pm

Sadly, yet another of the fast dwindling great ex-pat personalities, from the early 2000s Soi Falang days, has left us.
As members of the same pool team, on various occasions over the years, I was often entertained by his almost weekly efforts to convert our opponents to his, often bizarre, interpretation of the rules. To be a member of the same team those many years, (together with Ozzie Don, of Jingoes), and be numbered among his friends, are privileges I shall continue to treasure.
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Post by laksnrub » April 14, 2018, 7:03 pm

Saw him at the new place brickhouse, a Kiwi, looked fine last week, quick chat said he been here 17 years, boys at handlebar today said he's gone, they were talking about the map post, then I found this site

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Post by Len Clifford » April 20, 2018, 10:07 am

My cobber Peter Boon, AKA Powerful Albert, had prowess in several areas of life. I went to see Peter three times in Udon Thani.
He told me that his son Michael was the only one of his many children who gave him financial assistance in his retirement.
He helped Peter with his VISA, rugby and travel needs plus some medical fees.
Michael is now based here, in New Plymouth with his family.
It is tragic that Michael started his new safety job on a rig off Singapore a day or so before Peter died.
If he leaves the rig then it would have to shut down and he would lose his job.
Peter would not want that.
It will be a month or so until Michael is able to do to Udon to settle Peter's affairs.
I have been told that it is now proposed to have a private cremation.
Your kind forum comments are really helpful in the circumstances.
If there is any change of plans, I will be told and will let you know.
Len Clifford. New Plymouth. New Zealand.

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Re: RIP Peter Boon

Post by Brooker » April 20, 2018, 5:04 pm

So sad to be told about our dear friend Peter Boon we will all miss him at Harrys Handle Bar going to races with him in his Tuk Tuk was an experience to say the least lol a real character with a heart of gold R.I.P PETER BOON

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