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InPsych 2017 | Vol 39

Membership news

In memoriam

If you have a prepared obituary, please send it to Mick Symons at m.symons@psychology.org.au

The APS has nearly 23,000 members and sadly each year, several of our members pass away. On the new APS website, there will be an ‘in memoriam’ page to acknowledge and recognise members who have died. We encourage members to write obituaries for loved ones and colleagues who were members, which will be posted to the web page.

To start the process, we have listed below the names of members who died in 2017. If you are aware of a member not listed below who died this year, please contact membership@psychology.org.au

Mr Bruce Acutt MAPS QLD

Dr Jennifer Boldero FAPS VIC

Ms Jill Brewin MAPS VIC

Mr Paul Clutterbuck MAPS WA

Ms Glenys Conrade MAPS QLD

Ms Lorraine Deane MAP NSW

Ms Lisa Dowdall Assoc MAPS WA

Dr Angela German-Belmont MAPS WA

Dr Peter Golus MAPS TAS

Ms Robyn Gray Assoc MAPS QLD

Dr Evelyn Howe MAPS NSW

Dr June Jones AM MAPS WA

Mr Paul Katris MAPS WA

Em Prof Sydney Lovibond Hon FAPS NSW

Mrs Lynn McCabe MAPS NSW

Mr Andrew McQueen Assoc MAPS QLD

Mr Clement Molloy MAPS VIC

Mrs Wendy O’Brien MAPS NSW

Dr Gillian Parmenter MAPS QLD

Dr Lisa Phillips-Leece MAPS QLD

Mrs Karen Spehr MAPS VIC

Mrs Sidney Thomas MAPS QLD

Ms Alison Tuck MAPS QLD

Mr Wallace Turnbull MAPS VIC

Mrs Antoinette Ventriss MAPS WA

Dr Neville Vines MAPS QLD

Dr Kevin Walsh FAPS VIC

Mr Barry White MAPS WA


Disclaimer: Published in InPsych on December 2017. The APS aims to ensure that information published in InPsych is current and accurate at the time of publication. Changes after publication may affect the accuracy of this information. Readers are responsible for ascertaining the currency and completeness of information they rely on, which is particularly important for government initiatives, legislation or best-practice principles which are open to amendment. The information provided in InPsych does not replace obtaining appropriate professional and/or legal advice.