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16.06.1962 - 16.7.2021 Passed away peacefully at his cherished Mt Burdett farm. Dearly loved son of Beth and David (both dec). Treasured brother of Roz, brother-in-law to Kevin. Admired and loved uncle to Bryce and Jess, Marcus and Brittany, Royce and Amy. You always took an interest in our lives with advice and support. We are so proud of your achievements in agriculture and vision for the Esperance community. No words can express our pain. A strong and proud man to the end. Our family gatherings won't be the same, but our darling brother will live forever in our hearts. Missed but never forgotten. Loving memories are ours to keep

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    A very caring man, quietly helped people when needed. He will be missed by his family, friends and relatives. Rest in peace. Love from his Aunts Nancy Hardy, Pauline Matthews and Thekla Reichstein.

    Wednesday, 21 July 2021 Published in The West Australian

    Deepest condolences to Chris's family and friends on the passing of such an inspirational, kind and compassionate gentleman. His legacy and vision will touch the lives of many within the community he loved so dearly for many years to come. Chris will be sadly missed and warmly remembered by all of us at the Royal Flying Doctor Service

    (Western Operations).

    Wednesday, 21 July 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • REICHSTEIN CHRIS Love and deepest sympathy to the Reichstein family on the sad passing of Chris. A dear farming friend of 50 odd years. We were all so proud of you and your life Chris. What a great legacy you leave behind for Esperance.

    Tim March and Families.

    Wednesday, 21 July 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • REICHSTEIN CHRIS On behalf of the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research and Prof Peter Leedman AO, we extend our deep condolences to Chris's family and dear friends.

    His vision, kindness and generosity will benefit the WA community for years to come. That is a true and fitting legacy.

    Tuesday, 20 July 2021 Published in The West Australian