Sorry to have not been able to be with you to say fair well to Henk today.
I man who I have known for a long period of time and one I respected.
To all the family my thoughts are with you at this sad time.
Shirley Collins on 16 November, 2017 at 3:03pm
Very happy childhood memories of a generous, astute, fun-loving father-figure who I hold in high esteem, always welcoming, always willing to make room at the family table for one more, enjoying a good debate, offering clear guidance, encouraging a healthy competitive spirit in both intellectual and sporting pursuits. A dab hand at cards and board games. And an awesome mastery of - what was it? - 4 languages with a working knowledge of another 3. The high achievements of his family academically, in sport, work and the community are testament to a life well lived, a job well done. Henk, thankyou.
Susan Helyar on 14 November, 2017 at 2:45pm
I have so many wonderful memories of working with Henk for over 30 years. Henk had a wonderful sense of humour with a laugh to match. He was such a lovely man who was always there for who ever needed. His greatest love was his children and he was so proud of their achievements in life. RIP Henk, time to rest now. Love Always Susy xxxx
Kylie Walmsley on 14 November, 2017 at 11:29am
Henk was a wonderful work colleague, and respected gentleman, whom was a pleasure to know and share chats with, during my years with Dept of Conservation and Land Management. His love for bush, garden and his gentle nature will be sadly missed. Held in high regard by all that knew him. farewell - a race well run.
Jan & Peter Morgan on 12 November, 2017 at 2:50pm
We only knew Henk through the Bunbury Bridge Club where he was a pleasure to play with and against. Over the past 20 odd years he proved to be a very loyal member serving on committee and assisting the club in many ways. He had a considerate gentlemanly manner and a great sense of humour - always a twinkle in the eye.
Immensely proud of his family ,he was always happy to talk about them when prompted.
A fine bridge player and a fine man - we shall remember him well.
Our commiserations to the family.
Jan and Peter Morgan.