Suddenly, as the result of a car accident, on Sunday, June 20, 2021 in his 29th year.
Cole will always be loved and missed by his twin brother Jake, his parents Theresa (Buckley) and Bob McFarlane, his brothers Kyle (Katie) and Michael (Allie). Forever loved Uncle to Riley and Elly. Remembered by his grandparents Marjorie McFarlane (late Don McFarlane), Gert Buckley and Al Marks, Jack Buckley (late Betty). Cole will be missed by his many Aunts, Uncles and cousins, especially Uncle John.
Cole McFarlane, of Melrose enjoyed farming, playing hockey, baseball, golf and skiing. He was a huge Montreal Canadiens and Boston Red Sox fan. He had a special bond with his two special nieces, Riley and Elly. His loud, witty, humourous, tell it like it is attitude will be missed by all that knew him, especially his twin brother Jake.
Visitation will be held at the Burke Funeral Home (613-968-6968), 150 Church Street, Belleville on Thursday, June 24, 2021 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
The Funeral Home would like to thank everyone who has called in. There is no more spots left for the Public Visitation, but if you would still like to send your condolences, you may post onto this Guestbook, or bring condolence cards to the Funeral Home to be passed along to Cole's Family.
A private graveside service will take place on Friday, June 25, 2021 at Melrose Cemetery.
Donations appreciated to Tyendinaga Recreation (cheques made payable to Township of Tyendinaga) or Hastings County 4H Association.
Condolences from family and friends
Posted by Kate Connor | 23-Jul-2021
Dear Theresa, Bob, and family.
I was extremely saddened to hear the news of Cole's tragic passing. My heart goes out to all of you. I know my Mother already wrote a message but I, personally, had a moment today where Cole actually came to mind and I wanted to share. I was visiting my parents and we were talking about how my Dad used to come on those Marysville skiing trips with us. Dad was talking about how much he used to love going with us on those trips and how the boys cracked him up! We laughed about how Cole thought it was hilarious that my Dad had bombed a ski hill while on his cellphone for work and it made us smile! I just want to say, not all of the kids were nice to me during elementary school, but I so fondly remember how nice and friendly Cole and Jake always were to me and that continued throughout highschool and later years. You guys truly raised your boys well.
Sending thoughts and prayers.
Carol and I wish to send our sincere condolences to Theresa, Bob, Jake and Michael for their loss. For at least the first 25 years of Cole's life we lived across the road from them on Melrose Road. On many occasions, whether it was to help move furniture, cut down a tree or be available to give us an update on baseball or what was being harvested on the farm Cole was there to help and inform. Our wonderful memories of Cole will be with us forever. Wayne and Carol Pascoe