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Trevor Dunshea


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VOC Member
Trevor Dunshea sadly passed away last week. Trevor was a long term member of the NSW Section in Australia and was pivotal in setting the Section on its current path. A generous man, with opinions, Trevor was Secretary of the section when a former member decided to register the name "Vincent HRD Owners Club" in NSW. Due to Trevor's expertise, the section managed to regain the name and incorporate. Trevor also organised 2 National VOC rallies, possibly a record as any rally organiser is usually burnt out after 1! Trevor started out in adulthood as a butcher with an HRD back in the 1950s; he moved on to commercial real estate but his love of the Vincent meant a reborn enthusiasm in the late 1980s led to his active membership in the NSW Section. As Secretary of the section, Trevor was adamant that section members had to be VOC members (I did say he had opinions!) so the NSW section had one of the highest ratios of VOC members in the colonies. Trevor had to give up riding (on doctor's orders) a few years ago but still attended VOC events. He will be missed by all who knew him. Condolences to his wife, Betty, his children, grandchildren and all who loved him. R.I.P.
Oh yes, Trevor's son Rodney, will always be riding "Trevor's Rapide", sorry about that Rod but that is the way it is......


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Trevor indeed was a strong character. Always quick to say g'day and extend a friendly smile. Very sorry to hear of his passing.

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