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BIRD David

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BIRD DAVID F 19.9.1928 - 15.4.2019 Much loved husband to Beverley, father of Adrian and Byron, father-in-law to Angela, grandfather to Ella, Julianne, Abbey, James, Alex, Andrew and Lucas. Sibling to John (Dec), Joscelyn, Wendy and Chloe.

Passed peacefully in Albany Hospice surrounded by family.

Memorial service to be held at Princess Royal Sailing Club, Albany, 3.5.2019 2-4pm. RIP

Published 27th Apr, 2019
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    David will be remembered with great respect by his fellow Justices of the Peace in the Albany area. Rest in Peace... a life well lived.

    Kaye Hansord JP.

    Monday, 29 April 2019 Submitted online by Kaye Hansord

    Dearly loved and respected Brother of Joscelyn and Brother- in-Law of Jim (dec). Fond uncle of Bill (dec), Josette, Nola, Julie, Alan and families. Sincere condolences to Bev, Adrian, Byron and families. David was a clever man with a passion for family and history.

    Saturday, 20 April 2019 Published in The West Australian

    Much loved Brother. Albany won't be the same without you. We will always miss your wit, wisdom and love.

    Chloe and family

    Thursday, 18 April 2019 Published in The West Australian

    Condolences to Bev and all David's family.

    The National Trust.

    David has always been a stalwart in his historical investigation and support for Strawberry Hill, or as he preferred to say, the Old Farm at Strawberry Hill. This was the first place acquired by the National Trust and remains of huge significance to Western Australia and the nation and the National Trust is proud to care for it on behalf of the community. Generations of the Bird family have remained strongly connected to the place. We shall miss David's friendly and welcoming manner and the tales he told of life at the Old Farm.

    Thursday, 25 April 2019 Published in The West Australian

    A gentleman with a gift for friendship. Deepest sympathy to Bev and family.

    John and Jenny Agnew.

    Tuesday, 23 April 2019 Published in The West Australian