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WILMOT Paul

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WILMOT (PAUL GREGORY)

Passed away peacefully at his home in Claremont on 13th June, 2022 aged 76 surrounded by his loving family. Devoted husband to Barb and wonderful father to Tony and Belinda, much admired father-in- law to Graham and adored Pa to Lily and Florence. A remarkable warrior with so much courage and strength of character who will be missed by us all.

Private family funeral.

WILMOT (Paul Gregory):

My darling husband you were my soul mate and best friend and I thank you for such special memories of our life together. You were inspirational and such fun to be with. Your selflessness, dignity and humour made you one of a kind.

Your loving wife Barb

WILMOT (Paul Gregory):

My dearest father and best mate. I love you with all my heart. Though I mourn your passing I celebrate your amazing life and the love you gave and wisdom you shared. Forever in our hearts. Loving you always. Tony

WILMOT (Paul Gregory):

The best Dad a girl could ever dream of, forever by my side in life and always in our hearts, we are the luckiest for having you! Your humour, quick wit and charming ways live on.

Belinda, Graham, Lily and Florence

Published 14th Jun, 2022
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  • WILMOT (Paul):

    Served under his leadership on two occasions at 22 Construction Squadron, a true professional. Treated all personnel with respect whether at work, out on the footy ground or out socialising. He always made people feel that they were equal and shared in the success. It was always that mutual understanding that he was still in charge. Many years later at the unit reunions, he was still the same most affable person.

    Peter Turton

    Wednesday, 22 June 2022 Submitted online by Peter Turton
  • WILMOT (Paul):

    Sincerest sympathy to Barb and family. We remember Paul as a wonderful guy and we were very sad to hear of his passing. Fondest memories. 

    Geoff and Judy Pearce

    Monday, 20 June 2022 Submitted online by Judy Pearce
  • WILMOT (Paul):

    We spent so much time together as kids, that time has now passed. I still think of you in those early years and all the fun we had. 

    Sunday, 19 June 2022 Submitted online by Paul Timms
  • WILMOT (Paul):

    My memories of you Paul are long ago but you were always a true gentleman. We lost contact over our careers but I have never forgotten you and Barb. May you rest in peace always. My deepest condolences to Barbara and family.

    Saturday, 18 June 2022 Submitted online by John George
  • WILMOT (PAUL GREGORY)

    In loving memory of Paul, a man of great dignity, humour and courage.

    Loved brother-in-law of Glen and Bill, uncle of Jane, Cameron and Ian.

    Will be sorely missed.

    Wednesday, 15 June 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • WILMOT (PAUL GREGORY)

    A much loved brother- in-law and uncle to Grant, Cath and children. Paul influenced our lives in ways that will live on past his sad passing. All our love to Barb, Tony, Belinda and family. From Grant and Cath O'Sullivan.

    Wednesday, 15 June 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • WILMOT PAUL GREGORY Farewell to a very dear and courageous friend for the past 53 years. We will miss you and remember you always and the fun times we had together. Much love and sympathy to Barb, Tony, Belinda, Graham, Lily and Florence.

    Forever in our Hearts.

    Brian, Jan and Family.

    Thursday, 16 June 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • WILMOT PAUL A CEO who contributed greatly to the aged care industry. Paul encouraged me to develop personally in a leadership role. Thank you Paul.

    Deepest sympathy to Barb and family.

    Rose-Marie McNamara

    Thursday, 16 June 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • WILMOT (PAUL GREGORY)

    Goodbye old friend. So many happy times together we will remember with a smile. Love and sympathy to Barb, Tony, Belinda and family. From Greg, Sue-Ellen and family.

    Wednesday, 15 June 2022 Published in The West Australian

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