MICKLE AM BRYAN The Commodore, Flag Officers, Members and Staff of Royal Perth Yacht Club extend their deepest sympathy to Irene and family for their sad loss. Bryan joined the Club in 1952 and was an active Member of RPYC for over 69 years. He was fiercely loyal to the Club and a dedicated sailor for over 50 years. Bryan served on numerous sailing committees and was a huge supporter of the Australia Cup and Warren Jones Regatta. A true gentleman, Bryan will be missed by all who knew him.
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(BRYAN DOUGLAS) AM 91
To my dear husband of 66 years. A proud father to four sons and their partners, 6 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren (so far). What beautiful memories we've created including large scale unique family holidays to far flung destinations. We'll all miss that sense of humour. Forever in my thoughts, Irene.
In loving memory of Bryan Douglas Mickle who passed away in his sleep in the early evening of 19 April at the age of 91. Our father was an inspiration to all of us and provided each of us with every opportunity to lead successful and fun filled lives. He was generous to a fault, very passionate with a strong work ethic. He will be missed by all of us. From his sons Richard, Ian, Ross and Craig and their wives Linda, Debbie and Robyn, six grandchildren and partners and five great-grandchildren.
MICKLE BRYAN In loving memory of Bryan with gratitude for the life and laughter which he brought to us all. So very much loved by his sister Colleen Rintoul, nieces Jan, Jenny and Kathy, and nephews David and Robert and their families. We will miss you.
MICKLE (BRYAN DOUGLAS)
06.08.1930 at Manjimup to 19.04.2022 at Claremont.
A brilliant and much loved husband, father and brother, gone to God in peace after a long and very successful career. Our love and heartfelt condolences to Rene, Richard, Ian, Ross, Craig and families.
From Bob, Pam and families.
MICKLE BRYAN Our heartfelt condolences to Rene and the Mickle Family on the passing of Bryan.
A very dear friend to Arthur and Beth - our lives are all the richer for Bryan's loyal friendship, guidance and humour.
Deborah and Stephen Warren-Smith
The Committee, Members and Staff of Royal Perth Golf Club extend their sincere condolences to the Mickle family on the sad passing of Bryan.
The President and Members of the Rotary Club of Perth sadly acknowledge the death of our esteemed member and Past President, Bryan Mickle. Bryan contributed wholeheartedly to all aspects of the Clubs commitment of service to the community over 50 years and was President 1984-5. We offer our sincere condolences to all members of his family. A life of "service above self" well lived. May he rest in peace.
MICKLE BRYAN To Irene and family,
On behalf of Leeuwin Ocean Adventure, please accept our condolences. We remember Bryan's commitment and contribution to Leeuwin over many years, from Foundation Life Member to Governor.
Carol Shannon CEO
The WMs and the Brethren of The Perth Lodge No 33 WAC extend their sincere and heartfelt condolences to Bryan's family on their sad loss. Bryan was a long time member of the Lodge and will be remembered for his friendliness and great service provided which is so much appreciated.
The Directors and Staff of Old Perth Port Pty Ltd are saddened by the loss of our founding Chairman Mr Bryan Mickle. A long life, well lived.
Our condolences to Reene and the four Mickle boys.
MICKLE BRYAN The Guildford Grammar School Foundation acknowledges the death of Bryan Mickle.
Bryan made a long and substantial contribution to the development and growth of the Foundation particularly through his property expertise.
Sincere condolences to the Mickle family
Board of the Guildford Grammar School Foundation
MICKLE BRYAN Condolences to Rene, Richard, Ian, Ross and Craig on the passing of Bryan. We have many fond memories of holidays with the Mickle family.
From John, Susan and Peter Kernot.
MICKLE BRYAN To the Mickle Family on the loss of Bryan.
He will be fondly remembered with love and gratitude for the incredible friendship and support he gave to our mother Beth and us over his life-time.
He brought Beth and Arthur together which lead to a wonderful new chapter in our families' lives.
Our heartfelt condolences.
Natalie, Kristina and Bruce
MICKLE (BRYAN) AOM
Of South Perth, aged 91 years. Passed away peacefully on 19.04.2022.
Dearly loved husband of Irene, much loved father of Ian, Richard, Ross and Craig and their extended families with 6 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.
A highly regarded property valuer and Company Director. Bryan was a driving force for over 50 years of the company now known as Cygnet West. A true gentleman who made a very substantial contribution to our community and is now dearly missed by the Perth property industry.
An outstanding Western Australian. A generous friend and mentor for over fifty years. Our condolences to ‘Rene and all the Mickle clan. Bob and Elaine Linfoot.
The man for ALL SEASONS.
Bryan provided us all with his very generous knowledge and good humour.
A regional valuation based young man, Muresk trained, providing the State Government with Land Settlement Scheme analysis of the Great Southern, to the whole of the Gidgegannup area, on the edge of the City.
Chairing Perth Building Society and The Challenge Bank were virtual extensions of his real estate specialisation as he converted to his much loved Commercial property and International Development, in his highly respected career.
President of State and National Valuation and Real Estate Institutes were further acknowledgements of his talents and leadership.
Rotary Club of Perth was his ‘second home' and Presidency commitment where again the community benefitted.
His Harley Davidson ‘friend', epitomised Bryan's need to always go ‘that extra mile'!
To Reene, Ian and family, our thoughts will always be with you.
John and Pat Garland
MICKLE BRYAN It is with great sadness that REIWA President, Councillors, CEO, members and staff acknowledge the passing of Bryan Mickle (Past President 1968-1970) and send sincerest condolences to the Mickle family.