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 Albany W.A.
9 Cockburn Rd,
9:30am to 3:30pm
9841 3090
0428 665 123 (24HRS)
9 Cockburn Rd, Albany W.A.
OFFICE HOURS: 9841 3090
24 HOURS: 0428 665 123
Office Hours
Mon - Fri 9:30am to 3:30pm

Ashley Lawrence Prout


  • John Cole December 19, 2020 1:42 pm

    To the family of Ashley Prout. Ashley was a popular classmate of many in the 1956
    intake at Kent Street Senior High School. We recall his great smile and happy nature and mourn his loss.

    • Ray Hodgson December 20, 2020 4:11 pm

      Happy memories of our class of 56,57 and 58 at KSHS.

      • Ian French December 21, 2020 4:28 pm

        To Dianne, Brad and other family members, thoughts are with you at the passing of such a nice guy and neighbour for the short time we have been in the area, Ian, Deni and Family

        • Daphne Cotton December 28, 2020 7:44 am

          Ashley is remembered as a former fellow Rotarian & friend. A decent, quiet bloke with a wonderful sense of humor. Sympathy to Diane & family. Vale, Ashley

          • Gregory Paust January 3, 2021 10:25 pm

            Ashley was a highly valued work colleague when I worked with him at the Department of Agriculture. The work he did on Horticultural Opportunities in the lower great southern was pivotal and provided a strong basis for industry development.

            He was a great workmate.

            My condolences to the family on their loss .

            Greg and Lesley-Ann

            • Jennifer Boyd January 4, 2021 9:04 am

              To Diane, Leanne, Toby, Kelly, Brad and families
              Sincere condolences to you all on your loss.
              Kind regards
              Jen and Ross Boyd

              • Denise January 4, 2021 10:29 am

                I didn’t know Ash long, but was forever grateful that Ash never held it against me that I was a Kiwi and said he’d actually met some nice ones. His humour was always on target and he rarely missed an opening 🙂 I enjoyed our over the fence chats and he managed to win over our very fussy staffy-cross who, at first thought Ash was the stranger (we were the newbies actually), then later sometimes snuck through the fence for a pat. My thoughts and condolences are with his family at his sudden loss. He will be missed…

                • David Rees January 4, 2021 6:36 pm

                  Ashley was part of my Albany connection that began in 1969, when he was my boss for the summer vacation posting with the Ag Dept.
                  He was as far removed from an “in-your-face” personality as anyone could be, and always part of the common sense school of thought. He was highly intelligent because I could always agree with his ideas.
                  Thanks Ashley, for your contribution to the world

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