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Passed away peacefully on 22.12.2019 aged 87. Devoted husband to Fay (dec) and father to Mandy and Neil. Father-in- law to John Kuppens.

A wonderful father gone to rest,

For all of us he did his best,

His love was great, his heart was kind,

A better father and friend would be hard to find.

No words we write will ever say,

How much we miss you Carrick today.

Until we meet again.

Published 27th Dec, 2019
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  • HENDERSON (Carrick):

    Carrick was a former President and life member of the Hospital Salaried Officers Association (now Health Services Union of WA). One of life's true gentlemen. Deepest sympathies to Mandy, John and Neil. Rest in peace now Carrick with your beloved wife Fay.

    Dan Hill (Retired Secretary HSOA/HSUWA)

    Thursday, 2 January 2020 Submitted online by Dan Hill
  • HENDERSON CARRICK Once a Marine always a Royal Marine. True to the core. Loved his late wife and loved his children. Would have been married for 65 years. Missing you darling. Love button (Fay Nancy Henderson) (dec).

    Tuesday, 31 December 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • HENDERSON CARRICK Dad I miss you so much, and wish you were still with me, but I know you are with mum. Love Neil.

    Monday, 30 December 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • HENDERSON CARRICK Dad you celebrated your 87th birthday in style, with a glass of wine and a cupcake with a candle. John and I were with you when you passed over from this mortal realm.

    Thank you for all your guidance, advice even when I didn't believe I needed it or wanted it. Initially I probably didn't even listen but I know you always had my back. You rushed to Alice Springs Hospital after my car accident, telling me that I was going to be returning to Katherine Hospital in the NT once I recovered.

    I will miss you, but know that you and mum are protecting me from above. I love you both. Until we meet again.

    Your loving daughter Mandy

    Friday, 27 December 2019 Published in The West Australian