SHEPHERD CLIVE 4.12.1930 - 3.7.2021 A gentle passing sitting in his favourite chair.
Clive was much loved, respected and so important in all our lives.
Devoted husband to Dawn (dec). Loving father and father in law to Jane and Barry, Frank and Lise and Aislyn. Adored Buppa to 7 grandchildren and their partners. Chocolatier to 9 great grandchildren.
Curry night will never be the same.
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Sincere condolences from the Cook family to Frank and Lise, Jane and Barry, Aislyn (Maree) and families on your loss. We have very fond memories of Clive as a kind, funny and caring gentleman.
May he rest in peace.
With love from Junette (Shepherd), John (dec), Heather, Rosie and Jo.
A helpful, gentle and caring person. Lots of wonderful memories.
Love to Frank and Lise, Jane and Barry, Aislyn (Maree) and Families.
Allen (dec), Jan, Joanne, Guy, Peter and Russell.
A gentle and caring man. Happy memories of family holidays and fishing when all our children were young.
Clare, Heather, Jamie and Roger.
In loving memory of Clive who was so kind, thoughtful and reliable over many years. You will be sadly missed. Geraldine
SHEPHERD CLIVE Current and former members and staff to the WA Local Government Grants Commission wish to extend their condolences to the family of Clive Shepherd for their loss. He provided significant assistance to the Commission over a 25 year period. A respected colleague and much loved friend. His kindness and good nature will be missed by many.
SHEPHERD CLIVE WALGA President, State Councillors, CEO and staff offer their condolences to the friends and family of Local Government sector advocate Clive Shepherd. Over the course of his career, Clive played a pivotal role in securing and distributing State and Federal funding for Local Government road works including negotiations of early State Road Funds Agreements and creating the Asset Preservation Model. Clive, you will be sadly missed.