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Peter - Memorial Drama in three acts:

Act 1: Cremation at KARRAKATTA Cemetery, 2.30pm, MONDAY (4.11.2019).

Act 2: Wake at Mt Lawley Bowling Club, corner of Clifton Cresent and Rookwood Street, from 4.30pm, MONDAY (4.11.2019).

Act 3: Ashes Ceremony, Mouth of the Moore River at Guilderton, Meet near café at 9.45am, THURSDAY (7.11.2019).

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Published 26th Oct, 2019
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  • FRY (Peter):

    Such a blessing to have you in our lives, Peter, knowing you as a friend and in your work, alongside your precious family and you were always present to those around you. With witty verbiage and whip-like quips, your inclusive mirth is missed. A good man, much missed. With love to all who miss you, of course particularly Jo, Kate and Sam.

    Elizabeth Po' and Adrian Glamorgan

    Saturday, 9 November 2019 Submitted online by Elizabeth Po'
  • FRY (Peter):

    Peter Fry, a lovely and funny man. I had the privilege of acting with him in a number of stage plays over the last 30 years. Ironically, the first was called "Death of a Salesman", another "A Man for All Seasons" and finally the aptly titled play, "It's My Party and I'll Die If I Want To!" It's a real time play about a man who knows his time on this earth is coming to an end and he gathers his family around him one last time to make his peace with great hilarity. Peter was part salesman, part a man for all seasons and part mischievous, funny man. I will never forget the laughs we all had together in that last play. Well Pete, this is your party and you've gone out in style. You will be sadly missed. My sincere condolences to your loved ones. Rest in peace my friend. Andrew Govey.

    Friday, 8 November 2019 Submitted online by Andrew Govey
  • FRY (Peter):  My Deepest Condolences to Jo Val, Katie and Tich,  Kudzai,  Kamai, Sam and Jamie. Peter I’ll remember him for his kindness, caring nature and the funny yarns we had.  Peter Fry may he Rest in Paradise beautiful man, he’ll be truly missed xox

    Thursday, 31 October 2019 Submitted online by Della Rae Morrison
  • FRY (Peter):  To Jo and Family, My deepest sympathy to you. 

    VALE Peter Fry.

    Tuesday, 29 October 2019 Submitted online by Lisa Baker
  • FRY (Peter):

    I have known Peter Fry through many years of the W.A Men's Gathering, as a warm, compassionate, talented and funny man, and a generous host at Rangi Marie committee meetings. He will be sadly missed, but never forgotten.

    Tuesday, 29 October 2019 Submitted online by Glenn Huxtable

  • FRY

    Peter died on 18 October. Much loved partner of Jo, devoted father of Kate and Sam. Father-in-law to Titch and Jamie. Pop Pete to Kudzai and Kaima.

    A fun loving and generous man who is sadly missed.

    Saturday, 26 October 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • FRY PETER Brother in law, uncle, and friend.

    A better man you will never meet.

    Deepest sympathy to Jo, Kate, Sam and families.

    Sue, Graham, Jenny, Sarah and Richard.

    Monday, 28 October 2019 Published in The West Australian

    Farewell to a kind, caring and gentle man. Heartfelt condolences to Jo and family.

    Brian and Jean Jenkins

    Friday, 1 November 2019 Published in The West Australian

    Our paths crossed for just a minute but you left a lasting impression.


    Wednesday, 30 October 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • FRY PETER Dear Peter, thank you for your warmth and companionship to me at a time when my spirit was at a low ebb. You made such a difference.

    Edward Donnellan and Family

    Tuesday, 29 October 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • FRY PETER A beautiful man, strength without violence, vulnerability without weakness, great mentor and visionary for connections in men. Sadly missed by his brothers in Circle of Men W.A. Our condolences to Jo and family.

    Thursday, 24 October 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • FRY PETER Peter was an inspirational force throughout life caring for the disadvantaged. He was selfless, adored his beloved Jo and the family. Fabulous wit, articulate conversationalist and talented raconteur both on and off stage. We were privileged to know him over almost 50 years. Will be dearly missed. Our deepest sympathy to Jubby and the family.

    Shannon and Lynton

    Wednesday, 23 October 2019 Published in The West Australian