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7 words in ‘Memory of Pete’:

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• Kind • Passionate • Character • Honourable • Wordsmith • Humorous • Determined That is what Peter embodied in our eyes. Very fond memories of a simply great and amazing guy, that we were lucky to have by our side. I remember when we met up in person at the Lindt Café in Sydney, […]


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I liked Peter very much. He was a kind, authentic person and I loved talking to him.


I was very saddened to hear of Peter’s untimely death. We never worked together – we were always (friendly) opponents in litigated disputes. Peter and I also shared a love of music and would discuss great guitarists – I remember attending a Masala gig with him at Camelot in Marrickville. I respected him as a […]


Gone too soon, going to miss your words of wisdom, your love of a challenge (especially extra-long pizza’s) and your genuine concern for others.


Peter was a friend and inspiration to me. I will always remember our key light-bulb conversations. A go-getter and lover of life. I learnt so much from him and I will miss him.


I remember starting at W+K many years ago. Peter was so welcoming and friendly, so easy to get along with and with a fantastic sense of humour, very much like us kiwis. Although I have not seen him for many years, I have many fond memories and am very saddened to hear he has passed […]


It is amusing to read other people’s memories of Peter as they show he did not ever change who he was no matter who he was with, as I too have some the same memories… The hunt for chocolate… smashing 3 bottles of red wine in Rian’s apartment. One of a kind…We will speak of […]


Working with Peter at LMI has been a pleasure and he will be terribly missed by all of us at LMI Sydney offiice. Peter has become a genuine friend and we both shared a love of music . I play guitar as a weekend hobby in a covers band and Peter was always envious of […]


What a great bloke , i’ll miss stories of Pete’s misadventures, talking and attending motor cycle race meetings , eating his chocolate and listening to his great advice.What a bloody gentleman.


I’m not sure that any of us were comfortable on the bridge but one thing was for sure. Pete always “Looked on the Bright Side of Life”. To echo Rian. A dear friend, mentor & confidant who will be sorely missed.