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DEMPSTER Dallas

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DEMPSTER (DALLAS)

1941 - 2021 Beloved husband of Christine, passed away peacefully on September 21st after a long illness. Loved father of Dallas, Damien and Nina. Cherished Grandpa of Millie, Claudia and Phoebe.

Sadly Missed

Published 25th Sep, 2021
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DEMPSTER:

The Funeral Cortege for Mr Dallas Dempster will arrive at the main entrance of KARRAKATTA Cemetery, Railway Road, Karrakatta at 2.15pm on MONDAY (04.10.21) for a Cremation Service.

571 STIRLING HWY COTTESLOE 9384 2226

WA Family Owned

www.bowraodea.com.au

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  • DEMPSTER (Dallas):

    Dear Christine

    So sorry to hear about Dallas. Deepest sympathy to you and your family. Time to take care of you now. Love Marg Calkin (Tyers) and Jim Kelly

    Tuesday, 5 October 2021 Submitted online by Margaret Calkin
  • DEMPSTER (Dallas):

    Our Old Haleians Zamia Lunch Group was saddened at the passing of our Havelock Street school mate Dallas and extend our sincere sympathies to Christine and family.

    Dallas was one of our original members and a much respected loyal friend to us all. A true visionary epitomising how great oaks from little acorns grow.

    Our numbers may be dwindling but we shall cherish wonderful memories until one day we all meet again and what a party it will be!

    The remaining crew: Sid Breeden, Warren Beckwith, Ted Rollinson, Graeme Gugeri, Peter Eyres, Clem Addis, Anthony Male, Jim Rowlands and David Woodroffe

    Monday, 4 October 2021 Submitted online by Sid Breeden
  • DEMPSTER (Dallas):

    Deepest sympathy to Chrissie, Dallas jr, Niña and Damien.

    Dallas and Chrissie were wonderful clients and Dallas will always be remembered by me in the enduring architecture we created together on the Swan River. The Limestone House on the cliff and the Mosman Bay Tearooms on the water were well steered by Dallas with his initiative, energy, kindness and support.

    Louise St John Kennedy

    Monday, 4 October 2021 Submitted online by Louise St John Kennedy
  • DEMPSTER (Dallas):

    Dear Chris and family,

    We too, are much saddened by the loss of your wonderful husband and father, and great companion.

    Much love, be strong...

    Allan and Val Delaney

    Sunday, 3 October 2021 Submitted online by Allan Delaney
  • DEMPSTER (Dallas):

    To The Dempster family; please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of Dallas. I had the good fortune to do business with him from 1968 when he had Australasian Developments through to the Tilden Park era. Dallas was always a gentleman and a pleasure to deal with. He was honest, trusting and appreciative setting a standard for us all to aspire to.

    John Cory

    Gidgegannup

    Saturday, 2 October 2021 Submitted online by John Cory
  • DEMPSTER (Dallas):

    Dallas, a true gentleman who will be sadly missed but not forgotten.

    Our deepest sympathy to Chrissie, Dallas Jnr, Damien and Nina for your loss.

    Brian and Sisi

    Saturday, 2 October 2021 Submitted online by Brian Greenwood
  • DEMPSTER (Dallas):

    Chris, I'm very sad Dallas has gone, but know I cannot appreciate how you feel after your so many years together and the closeness you clearly had! I liked Dallas and saw him as a friend. I wanted to write or call, but couldn't find a number or an address. Perhaps we could share a few thoughts if I see you when I'm next back in Perth.

    All the best to you and your family! John, Chateauneuf-Val-de-Bargis, France

    Saturday, 2 October 2021 Submitted online by John Jenkin
  • DEMPSTER (Dallas):

    Dear Chrissie, Dallas Jnr, Damien and Nina,

    On behalf of Cecilia, Hui, Han, Loui and I, we are saddened to hear of the loss of your beloved Dallas and send our deepest condolences.

    It is with fondest memories that nearly 36 years ago, I had the proud opportunity of opening the Burswood Casino Resort with Dallas. The journey leading up to that day and beyond was filled with interesting, unique and unprecedented challenges and as a consequence a strong, meaningful and successful business relationship was forged, and even more an everlasting bond and friendship.

    If not for Covid-19 and the unfortunate barriers it has placed on international travel, Cecilia and I would have joined you, family and others who have had the privilege of calling Dallas their friend for his final farewell.

    Take heart that we will be with you all in spirit during this time.

    Take care and be strong,

    Dallas RIP.

    KT, Cecilia, Hui, Han, Loui Lim and the management and staff from Genting Berhad, Malaysia.

    Tuesday, 28 September 2021 Submitted online by Kok Thay Lim
  • DEMPSTER (Dallas):

    As I watched the grand final last night I reflected on the fact that this landmark event would never have been possible without Dallas’s vision and drive to transform the Burswood peninsula. Dallas was a client who became a valued and much-admired friend. He will be missed.

    Sunday, 26 September 2021 Submitted online by David Ikin
  • DEMPSTER DALLAS R. Goodbye mate Thanks for all that you shared with Damien, Niña and me.

    Appreciate the memories. Wish you well on your next journey.

    Love Dallas Jnr

    Wednesday, 22 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER (DALLAS R)

    Thank you Dad, you were an amazing teacher of all the fun things! You exposed us to the farm life which I will forever be grateful for and I hope you are at peace with Riese one and two by your side and the odd horse or two.

    Niña

    Wednesday, 22 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER (DALLAS)

    Loved brother-in-law of Helen and Bob. Always kind and generous.

    Sadly missed, great memories of an optimist and a gentleman.

    Wednesday, 29 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER (DALLAS)

    A loyal and kind friend who with Chrissie always took a genuine interest in our friendship. There were many enjoyable and fun times shared together. Dallas was energetic with a great sense of humour. Our deepest sympathy to Chrissie and family.

    Howard and Linds Read.

    Saturday, 2 October 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER DALLAS Fond memories of a charming man, a friend to many who always had time for a chat.

    Thank you Dallas for being so kind to Alexis whilst she was in London so many years ago.

    Our love to Chrissie and your family, you will be missed Dallas. Anne and Geoffrey Hesford.

    Friday, 1 October 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER (DALLAS)

    Sincere condolences to the Dempster family on the sad passing of Dallas. May he rest in peace. Tony Fini and family.

    Thursday, 30 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER DALLAS A true gentleman who will be sadly missed.

    His intellect and talents have taken years for many to appreciate.

    A sincere thank you for the opportunity you passed to me.

    Deepest sympathy to Christine and family.

    Jack and Anthea Griffin

    Wednesday, 29 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER DALLAS Deepest sympathy to Christine and family on their sad loss.

    Dallas was a true gentleman, so kind and genuine, it was always a pleasure to be in his company.

    Brad and Norma Thomason

    Tuesday, 28 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER (DALLAS)

    Our deepest sympathy to Christine, Dallas (Jnr), Damien and Niña. We remember the wonderful times we had together.

    Dallas was forever a passionate optimist, kind and generous. Will be sadly missed but always in our hearts.

    Denis, Wendy, Natasha, Andrew, Amellia and Jonathan.

    Monday, 27 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER DALLAS Deepest Sympathy to Chrissie and Family.

    We have lost a true friend and gentleman.

    Dallas will be missed but we shall always remember him.

    Love Robin, Peter

    and Family

    Monday, 27 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER (DALLAS)

    My sincere condolences to Chrissie and family on your sad loss. Your kindness to me in London will never be forgotten. In my prayers. Jan Gowrie-Smith.

    Saturday, 25 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER (DALLAS)

    Our deepst sympathy to Christine and all the family on the sad loss of Dallas. He was a wonderful friend loved by everyone who crossed his path, his energy and kindness will be remembered by us forever. Such a special man, he will always be in our hearts.

    Denis and Judy McInerney

    Saturday, 25 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER DALLAS Goodbye my friend.

    Thank you for your support and time spent in conversation.

    Condolences to your family.

    Marcantonio Lucido

    Saturday, 25 September 2021 Published in The West Australian

  • DEMPSTER (DALLAS)

    A true gentleman and an allround champion bloke. You took a punt on me nearly 40 years ago. I would like to think your punt paid off. Thank you for the opportunities you provided and the great times we shared together. The stories we could tell! Forever indebted to you Pal. Condolences to all the family. Louie

    Saturday, 25 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER DALLAS Utmost sympathy to Christine and family. For as long as I have known him Dallas was a driven, passionate and determined achiever. He overcame obstacles where few dared try. He will be genuinely missed. John and Margarita Hughes

    Friday, 24 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER (DALLAS)

    To Chrissie and family, my sincere condolences for the loss of your wonderful husband and father. He will be remembered fondly. We know he was a good man.

    Willie Porteous.

    Friday, 24 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER

    DALLAS REGINALD I've known this wonderful guy since the mid 60's when we were neighbours in the Commonwealth Games Village, City Beach. In my mid 20's he gave me a break in my budding Real Estate career with the appointment as sole selling agent for Floreat Waters at Justin Seward's. We stayed in touch both in WA and in London and in my 50s he provided me with great counsel when things got tough with the GFC.

    We shared a love of property, sailing, doing deals and lots of laughs. We'll miss you Dallas as many of the 80s crew will.

    Our prayers are now with Christine and the rest of the large Dempster family.

    RIP DRD

    Paul King and Family

    Friday, 24 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER (DALLAS)

    Deepest sympathy to Chrissie, Nina, Dallas and Damien on the passing of husband and dad Dal. A champion bloke who was loved and respected by so many. He will be sorely missed, but never forgotten.

    From Rob, James, Ben and Evie Macgregor.

    Thursday, 23 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER (DALLAS)

    I just wanted to say thank you for one final time for your assistance and care for me over a very long time. Thank you again for your financial help when I went broke 12 years ago. You were always there for me. Rest in Peace.

    Warren Mead

    Thursday, 23 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER (DALLAS)

    Dallas was a true Gentleman with a high regard for all his friends. His focus in life was always positive. Sadly missed. Our love and thoughts for Chrissi, Dallas Jnr, Nina and Damien. Keith and Milli Hartz.

    Thursday, 23 September 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DEMPSTER DALLAS A lifelong supporter of the Claremont Football Club, Vice Patron from 1973-1994 and President of the Patrons Club for 15 years. Sincere condolences to Christine and the Dempster Family.

    Claremont Football Club

    Thursday, 23 September 2021 Published in The West Australian

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