Posts Tagged ‘Jeremy’

Another obit


Another obituary – this time, just a week or so ago, from the Medical Journal of Australia. Read it here… Don’t I have the best brother? Looking back – the photo of him is a standard work photo taken around 2010. I don’t know the date but I like to think it was before we […]

What to say when there is so much to say? I am going to try and spend 15 minutes a day just writing here. Not a New Year’s resolution as such, because I would just like to make it a habit and it become a part of my life….probably more an online journal. Still very […]

GP Synergy – where Jeremy worked – is to have an Award for Outstanding Achievment created in honour of Jem. Media Release His reach, his legacy, his brilliance – continues to astound me.

10 August


Anniversaries are going to be hard – first birthday, first Christmas, first anniversary of death. Normally they would (mainly) be joyous times, but 10 August was hard for me, because this day was Jeremy’s birthday and he wasn’t around for me to celebrate with him. I get emails from Twisted Sister – usually a weekly […]

SMH obituary


Kind soul put ideas into practice July 23, 2011 Jeremy Bunker, 1957-2011 Style, charm, wit, grace … Jeremy Bunker influenced people for the better. Dr Jeremy Bunker once said: ”The key to success is to have a genuine liking of people – and by that I mean taking people as they are, without being too […]

Estate of….


I remember reading those words the day after Jeremy died. For the estate of the late….awful, awful words. So final. And the mail just keeps coming with these words on it. I’m doing a bit of a quick trip around all six campus libraries. We launch our new library website next week and I’ve been […]



I have found it very hard over the last few weeks doing much. I’m at work and I’m busy and I’m producing things. I’m holding it together. At home I collect the eggs, walk the dogs, clean, shop and cook nice meals. In fact I am really enjoying cooking. But sometimes I feel like I’m […]