PARRY (DR TREVOR AO)
Condolences to the family. Fondly remembered The Colyer cousins, Margaret and Graeme
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I am grateful for Trevor’s wise counsel and kind and caring manner over many years, both professionally and personally. In particular, he helped guide the development and strengthening of the WA Register of Developmental Anomies in its early years.
My condolences to his family.
A skilled clinician,wise, wonderful teacher and champion of thousands of parents and children. A staunch supporter of child health nurses and their work. An innovator of programs such as Family Partnerships and others. A man with wide ranging interests whose like we will not see again.
I am privileged to have known him, albeit not well.
Stephanie Borrow and Ruth Abberley
What a blessing to have known you and your family, and having the privilege to work with your son, Dave. You will be missed but your legacy will live on. Prayers and condolences from the Bowles family.
A kind, gentle, patient man who was our sons pediatrician for many years. He made our journey along the years easier to bear. We are very sorry to hear of his passing and send respects and condolences to the family. Regards from Sharlene, Jamie and Aidan Timmons.
A mentor, a friend, a leader and a very much respected colleague.
Thank you for everything Trevor.
Much love from Mark Parker and family.
Sorry to hear of Trevor's passing
Remember fun days at Floreat Methodist Church with Trevor as youth leader and Christian endeavour teacher. Trevor was a very godly and loveable man. Will be missed.Thinking of the family. Roger Markham.
I took our son to see Dr Parry close to 40 years ago when Dr Parry worked at Rheola Street. I will always remember him, he gave such wise and kind counsel which was so helpful and reassuring. A thoroughly decent man.
Trevor was one of the members of Churchlands Choral Society and was president during the the early years. Sadly he had to discontinue because of ill health.
He was a respected member of the choir and a welcome addition to the bass section.
Music was a great part of his life.
With sympathy to his family.
Churchlands Choral Society
PARRY TREVOR The UWA Division of Paediatrics would like to acknowledge the passing of Clinical Professor Trevor Parry.
His contribution to child health and leadership in developmental paediatrics was immense. He was an inspirational teacher of UWA medical students over many years and went on to train and mentor many as paediatricians.
Our deepest sympathy for his family.
The staff of the Division of Paediatrics at the University of Western Australia
PARRY (DR TREVOR OAM)
Prof Parry was an inspiration to Ngala staff and shared his expertise on the importance of child development and the early years. His contribution will always be remembered.
From Ngala Board, Management and Staff.
PARRY TREVOR I acknowledge a pioneer in child development and wellbeing in Western Australia. Dr Trevor Parry established this discipline in WA, helping thousands of children and their families and trained all of those working in this field today. We are so lucky to have had this dedicated and caring man in our lives. It has been a wonderful experience to have worked with him since the 1980s. My sympathy to the family.
PARRY AM (DR. TREVOR)
The Autism Association of Western Australia wishes to express our sincere condolences to the Parry family on the death of their beloved father and grandfather, Dr. Trevor Parry AM.
Dr. Parry will be remembered for his significant contribution to child health and wellbeing in Western Australia as a leader in the field of Developmental Paediatrics.
He will be especially remembered by the Autism Association of Western Australia for his support of people with Autism and their families through his medical endeavors and his 14 year service as a director on the Board of the Autism Association.
Our sincerest sympathy on this great loss.
The Board and Staff of The Autism Association of Western Australia
PARRY (DR TREVOR, AO)
Sad passing of Trevor, a much respected colleague and pioneer of children's developmental services. Condolences to Bron and David. Noel and Freida