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DULLARD (KIM HERBERT)

14.02.1954 - 29.04.2021 My best friend and husband for 46 years. So many good times and lovely memories. So lucky to have shared my life with you Kimbo. My heart will never be whole again. I'll miss you forever my love. Chrissie xx Beloved Dad to Alex and Bronte, Father-in-Law to Joan and Robin. Proud Poppy (alongside Gran) to Zayden, Jayla, Edeline and Elijah. A kind, sweet man gone too soon. He filled our lives with a love and happiness that is indescribable. Dad lived a life and showcased values that we can continue to aspire to. He wore his heart on his sleeve, literally. We love him and he will be remembered forever. One of a kind that we were incredibly lucky to have had in our lives.

For those wanting to send flowers, we would prefer if that money went to a really important charity such as Children's Cancer Institute

Finally our heartfelt thanks and love to the incredible staff from St John of God Hospital and Genesis Health Care.

Published 1st May, 2021
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DULLARD:

The Funeral Cortege for Mr Kim Dullard of Doubleview will arrive at the main entrance of KARRAKATTA Cemetery, Railway Road, Karrakatta at 3:30pm on MONDAY (10.05.2021) for a Cremation Service.

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  • DULLARD (Kim):

    Rest in Peace Mr D. A man like no other. One heart that made room for everyone and had the gift of making so many people feel seen. An absolute treasure. How grateful I am to have been even a small part of his amazing life. Deepest condolonces to family.

    Friday, 7 May 2021 Submitted online by Fiona Smallwood
  • DULLARD (Kim):

    Remembering the times he was a former Principal of Middle Swan Primary School. It was great working with him in the office. My deepest sympathy to the Dullard families. 

    Sue Ireland

    Friday, 7 May 2021 Submitted online by Sue Ireland
  • DULLARD (Kim):

    A wonderful comrade and mentor for the betterment of pleasant working conditions in public schools in WA. Thank you Kim for the leadership support and friendship gained through being members of the SSTUWA. God only takes the best when they are young. You shared so much and gave so much, thanks for the kindness and camaraderie. Deepest sympathy to your family and to all my SSTUWA colleagues who knew you so well, we are all so much better for having you cross our life path. Thanks for challenging so many to make life easy in schools ! Sleep peacefully my friend you are now cancer free.

    Love and hugs Ruth (Kalgoorlie)

    Friday, 7 May 2021 Submitted online by Ruth Z
  • DULLARD (Kim):

    Dear Chris and family, so sad to hear of Kim’s passing. Our love and thoughts are with you at this sad time. Noleen and Eric

    Thursday, 6 May 2021 Submitted online by Noleen Tuffin
  • DULLARD (Kim):

    We were so very sad to hear of Kim's recent passing. He was a wonderful principal at Woodlands PS and my boys adored him. He would play basketball with students before school and knew everybody's name. Even after he left Woodlands, he'd run into the boys at the lake or Bada Bing, and always stop to speak with them. My eldest would always comment, " ... and he still remembers my name!" My lasting memory of Kim will be of him, after he'd left Woodlands but had returned for a visit with staff, exiting the school one afternoon - and as he walked down the veranda, heading towards the carpark, the students were let out of class - and in a scene reminiscent of the old "Beatles" cartoon, he was chased off the premises by a mob of adoring students trailing after him, calling his name , "Mr Dullard, Mr Dullard..." He was the rock star of school principals!

    Sincere condolences to his dear family, friends and colleagues.

    The Wagenaar Family

    Thursday, 6 May 2021 Submitted online by Sam Wagenaar
  • DULLARD (Kim):

    It is with great sadness that I heard the news today of the passing of Kim. For me Kim was the best Principal that Middle Swan Primary School had in the time my children attended the school. He made the school a place where kids wanted to be and a school that parents were proud to be part of. His effect on that school, students and parents is everlasting. As a parent who worked closely with Kim through those years on a number of programs, his loyalty and love for the students and the school was never ending and infectious, and spread to anyone who made contact with. Thank you Kim for being a very important part of the growth of not only my Daughter's growth but also thousands of other kids lives you had a positive influence on over the years and your legacy will live on through them and their children for generations to come. Thank you from the Wainwright family of Stratton

    Thursday, 6 May 2021 Submitted online by Steve Waiwright
  • DULLARD (Kim):

    Sincere condolences to Chris, Alex, Bronte and the whole family.

    Kim was a fantastic colleague and friend who inspired the countless people who knew him. A great man of principle and integrity, gone very much too soon. Rest peacefully Kimbo.

    Tim Bamber (Timbo)

    Wednesday, 5 May 2021 Submitted online by Tim Bamber
  • DULLARD (Kim):

    It is with much sorrow that I noticed the passing of Kim.

    Deepest sympathy to you Chrissie, Alex and Bronte and families.

    Tony and Connie Coltrona.

    (North Perth Pharmacy late 70's)

    Wednesday, 5 May 2021 Submitted online by Anthony Coltrona
  • DULLARD (Kim):

    Fond memories of Grovelands PS. Rest in peace Kim. Our thoughts are with Chris and their family.

    Wednesday, 5 May 2021 Submitted online by Harry Tysoe
  • DULLARD KIM Kim Dullard. Loving brother of Ron and Max (deceased), brother-in-law of Helen, Uncle of Heath, Stacey and Hope. Taken far too quickly on 29th April. Mentor to many. We will miss you so much. Love to wife Chris and children Alex and Bronte and their families.

    Ron, Helen, Heath, Lynne, Jaxon and Charli

    Saturday, 1 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD (KIM)

    Fond memories of our cousin Kim and deepest sympathy to Chris, Ron and Helen and all his family. Remembered with affection.

    Marlene and Geoff.

    Monday, 3 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD (KIM)

    With broken hearts we must say goodbye to this wonderful man. Our beautiful Chrissie, Alex and Bronte and families, be strong. We will always be there for you.

    Much love, Lyn, Stan and families. RIP Kimbo.

    Monday, 3 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD KIM Our sad hearts mourn the recent loss of our champion, Kim Dullard who fought hard but succumbed to the beast of cancer. His quick but painful struggle is now over so we rejoice in his many accomplishments as an educator, mentor, sportsman but most of all - husband and father. Unmatched was his love for my sister Chris, his children Alex, Bronte and their families.

    Rest well now my brother. Love Frank, Dot, Casey, Courtney, Paige and Christopher

    Saturday, 1 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD KIM A distinguished educator and mentor, Kim always put children's interests as a high priority. His input into Education will long be remembered. Condolences to his family.

    WASSEA Board of Management

    Friday, 7 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD KIM We are saddened by the passing of our close mate, Kimbo who was a founding member of our Jackadder Fitness Group and Westerlea Golf Club. He was a loyal, empathetic and invested friend to us all and a passionate and on occasions... skilled golfer. He will be forever remembered and honoured by all in our small clubs. Our condolences to his immediate family and all those who have benefited from his golf advice.

    Friday, 7 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD KIM To Chris, Alex and Bronte our thoughts will be with you always. For us your Husband and Dad was extraordinary. He was a loyal friend, mentor, inspiration, comrade, guide, support and so much more. He is forever present, ‘what would Kim do? What would Kim say?'. A life of memories and gratitude, Matt and Carrie Jarman

    Friday, 7 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD KIM I am forever grateful for your friendship and gifts you gave my life. Fiona x

    You were such a lovely teacher and a wonderful man. Deb x Rest in Peace ‘Mr D'. The world is a far better place for having you in it. Deb and Fiona xx

    Friday, 7 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD KIM Our thoughts and condolences to Chris and family on the loss of Kim.

    He is fondly remembered Danielle and Ray

    Thursday, 6 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD KIM Our thoughts and sympathy to Chris and family on the very sad loss of Kim.

    Forever remembered Lyn and Garry Ruddick

    Thursday, 6 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD KIM Kimbo, dear cherished friend and confidant, our hearts are broken. We will miss your kind and loving soul. In our shared grief our thoughts and love are with Chris, Alex, Bronte and their families. Love you buddy, the Gougoulis'

    Thursday, 6 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD (KIM)

    We pay tribute to Kim, an esteemed educator and mentor who has guided us so well in the last few years. Our love and support goes to his wife, our special MCS Chris and to his family Alex, Bronte and Ron.

    The Staff of Shenton College Deaf Education Centre.

    Wednesday, 5 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD KIM Treasured memories of a gifted educator, leader and colleague. Never afraid to challenge the status quo to put children's interests first. Deepest sympathies to Chris and family.

    Kerry and Lindsay

    Wednesday, 5 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD ( Kim):

    Our deepest sympathy to Kim's family for the loss of a special and much respected educator and friend. From the class of 1979. Simon, Trevor, Graeme, John, David, Steve and Jim.

    Wednesday, 5 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD (KIM)

    Sincere sympathy to Kim's loving family. A man of integrity and true to his word. Rest in Peace. Brendan Walker.

    Tuesday, 4 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD (KIM)

    Deepest sympathy to Chris, Alex and Bronte. I was so sad to hear of Kim's passing. He made a wonderful contribution to education in WA. His passion and belief in innovative, student centred teaching was exceptional. I really valued his mentoring and support over many years.

    Di Rees

    Tuesday, 4 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD (KIM)

    Heartfelt sympathy to Chris, Alex, Bronte and families. Kim was one of the best. Sadly missed. Brian and Yvonne

    Tuesday, 4 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD (KIM)

    Sincere sympathy to Chris, Alex and Bronte for the loss of a beautiful and well respected man in all fields. Rest in Peace. Fred.

    Tuesday, 4 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD KIM A true gentleman, a light in our lives and someone we are eternally grateful to have known. We are heartbroken for you Chris, Alex and Bronte. They only take the best! John is waiting for you.

    Lovely and the Stavrianos family

    Tuesday, 4 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD (KIM)

    Chrissy, Al, Bron and families, we are so saddened by the very sudden passing of Kimbo. A lifelong loyal friend who leaves us with many great memories.

    Cheryl, Dave, Matt, Jade and families.

    Monday, 3 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD KIM Our dear friend Kim.

    We will never forget the support, joy and love you gave to us and we will miss you forever.

    Noel and Al,

    Em, Aaron, Ethan and Millie

    Ben, Aimee, Jake and Felicity

    Monday, 3 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD KIM A tribute to a highly respected colleague, mentor and friend. A lighthouse in Public Education illuminating both directions of the continuum. Deepest sympathy to Chris and Family and brother Ron and Helen.

    Patrick and Debra

    Monday, 3 May 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • DULLARD KIM Our thoughts are with Chris, Alex and Bronte and their families.

    Kim was a much loved and respected member and staff member of the SSTUWA.

    His contribution to the work of the SSTUWA and to public education in WA was significant. Always generous and passionate in his desire to make a positive difference, he influenced so many of us in so many ways.

    We will miss him enormously.

    SSTUWA Executive and Staff

    Saturday, 1 May 2021 Published in The West Australian

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