We are overwhelmed by the tragic passing of Peter (Windy). Peter was a loyal and highly respected colleague, friend and mate to many in the Landmark family and he will be missed immensely. Our heartfelt sympathy to Emma and Peter's family, we share your sorrow at this difficult time.
Landmark Management and Staff
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So sad to hear of the passing of a great bloke. Condolences to all the family. Ditchburn family. Kukerin
GALE PETER Our Heartfelt sympathy to Emma, all family members and Landmark colleagues.
Peter (Windy) you were one of the best and respected in the cattle industry.
Thanks for the laughs, friendship and great business relations. It has been a privilege to know you. Rest in peace Mate
Trevor and Sharon Hinck (Kerrigan Feedlot)
On behalf of the West Australian Lot Feeders Assoc, our deepest sympathy to Emma, Family Members and Landmark Colleagues.
Peter (Windy) was a great supporter of our organisation and respected by everyone for his knowledge and passion for the Cattle Industry WALFA.
GALE PETER ‘WINDY' Deepest sympathy to Peter's family and Landmark colleagues on the sad passing of Peter.
A very real loss for the WA livestock Industry. From Primaries Management and Staff.
GALE PETER ‘WINDY' We have been absolutely devastated by the loss of our workmate and colleague. Our heartfelt condolences are extended to Emma and the boys, Peter's Family along with Neil and Maureen Brindley. Windy was simply the best at what he did.
From the entire team at Landmark Esperance.
GALE Peter (Windy):
An absolute champion of a bloke with a long list of qualities that most of us are in awe of. Our sadness and heartfelt sympathy goes out to Emma, the boys and Pete's family and his closest friends.
We have been honoured and privileged to work with and know one of the finest Aussies one could ever meet. He is an inspiration and sets such a fine example for us all to follow.
Ground Control to Major Tom signing off.
John, Mark, Chris, Steve, Lisa and all of the Mitchell's Team
A tragic loss of a highly regarded livestock agent and respected contributor to the Esperance agricultural community.
A mate to many, ‘Windy' will always be remembered as the Landmark bloke with the big hat and even bigger smile.
Our thoughts are especially with Emma and the Gale family.
We share your loss and sorrow.
Deepest sympathy from Trevor Emery and all at Farm Weekly.
GALE PETER Shocked to hear of the passing of Windy Gale.
Was a privilege to have known you. Kathy Dewar
GALE Peter WINDY Windy was one of the best in the industry, extremely passionate, knowledgeable, organised and an all round top guy. A massive loss for the Livestock Industry and all who were lucky enough to know him. Our thoughts are with Emma, Windy's family and the Landmark Family. Jamie and Jo - Western Meat Processors
GALE PETER A terrific man taken too soon, you will be missed mate. Greg, Peta Jones and families.
GALE Peter WINDY Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to Emma, Windy's family and the Landmark team on the loss of such a great man who will be extremely missed in the Livestock Industry. We are thinking of you all at this sad time.
Western Meat Packers Group Management and Staff
GALE Peter WINDY Our sincere condolences to Peter's family and colleagues on such a tremendous loss, our thoughts are with you all.
Rod and Shana Russell
Windy, you will be so sadly missed. I have great memories of us training at Narrogin Taekwondo and meeting at sheep sales. You were a true mate. From Chook and Cat
GALE PETER (WINDY)
Farewell to a great mate, business partner and livestock specialist. Taken too soon but his memory will live on in the industry forever. Sympathy to Emma and all the family members. Neil and Maureen Brindley.