LEAVESLEY Dr James
The Funeral Service to celebrate the life of Dr James Harrison Leavesley of Leederville will be held in the Norfolk Chapel of K ARRAKATTA Crematorium, Railway Road, Karrakatta FRIDAY (7.6.2019) commencing at 3.30pm.
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(DR JAMES HARRISON AO)
Husband to Margaret, father to David, Mark and Anne, step-father to Jane and John, grandfather to Kit, Jaz, Gaby, Meli, Jack, Harriet, Emma and James. We all miss you dearly and especially your smiling face and gentle nature. James the Doctor, historian, author and cricket tragic, you have touched so many lives in your 90 years and brought them health, joy and love, we/they will not forget you. Your love, compassion and kindness knew no bounds, your silky smooth voice charmed the airwaves and many a lecture and your dedication to your profession was for all to see and duly recognised. May you rest in peace in your new world, your legacy will continue on in our lives with fondness and gratitude. Forever loved and in our hearts.
LEAVESLEY JAMES A gentleman and a scholar. We cherish the memories that bind us. Jane.
LEAVESLEY JAMES Our thoughts are with Margaret and all of Jim's family. We did enjoy the company of our Brother-in-Law. It was an honour to know Jim, who achieved so much in his lifetime. We will miss him. Alan, Mary and family
LEAVESLEY (DR JAMES)
Condolences and deepest sympathy to Margaret, David, Mark, Anne, Jane, John and families. So many cherished memories of our long and valued friendship. Jim was truly a remarkable and an extraordinary man. Valerie and John (dec) Pougher.
DR JAMES HARRISON Dr Jim Leavesley was a compassionate and dedicated general practitioner whose commitment and care to the community and profession is valued and remembered. He served RACGP WA as Chair and then Provost. We offer our sincere condolences to the family. RACGP WA Council, faculty and staff.
A great man Love to Margaret Don and Barbara
LEAVESLEY DR JIM Jim was a general practitioner in South Perth with a great interest in medical history. His mixed Lancashire/Yorkshire accent was made for broadcasting and for four decades he was a regular contributor of medical history stories on the ABC. He was also the president of the West Australian Medical Museum for over 25 years. He has endowed a yearly lecture that will, together with his 12 books on medical history, ensure that his legacy will be remembered. We extend our sympathy and best wishes to Margaret, Mark, David and Anne.
Max Kamien (President), Caroline Wilson (long time curator) and all the friends and volunteers of the WA Medical Museum.