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Friend of Bangladesh Dr Geoffrey Davis passes away

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Dr Geoffrey Davis,  friends of Bangladesh and a great Savior of thousands of Bengali women raped by the Pakistani Army during our Liberation War in 1971, has passed away on Friday the 3rd October 2008.
Dr Davis's family told that it is great loss for her family as well as all Bangladeshi freedom loving people and said her father was very happy in his association with Bangladeshi community and was proud of his role in 1971. His daughter has also promised to support all the causes her father had committed himself to during his lifetime.
The funeral of Dr Davis will be held at 1 pm on Monday the 13 October 2008 at Roockwood Crematorium.
Bangladeshi Community are requested to attend Dr Davis's Funeral in order to pay tribute to the departed soul of this Great Australian Doctor.

Please find below pdf file on Dr Geoffrey Davis

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Estee Chanel soon to be Davis 11/12/2008 22:24:34
We all love him very much.
We miss him every day.

Geoff was an amazing man. No words can describe him in one.

May you rest in peace, catching the one that got away!

Love Estée and your eldest Son, Gervase
Katriona Davis 14/06/2009 12:37:04
We all miss him very much, was the most wonderful Dad and Poppa! the interest that his life generated is overwhelming and our sense of pride is enormous!
R.I.P Dadda

Love Katriona,Max & Calum
Farina 20/03/2013 10:33:36
I am a Bangladeshi, staying in Sydney. I have no words to express my gratitude to this man ! Can anyone from his family let me know where his cemetery is?
Would like to go there with some flowers. Rest in peace doctor… we love you.
Dr Rosie Jones 24/08/2010 14:48:41
I was talking to my Secretary today about Geoffrey and my admiration for his courage and intelligence. I pulled down his book <Interception> to show her. So on impulse I decided to Google his name and fearfully and justifiably so as I find his train to the never never land has already departed. I only knew him briefly when I came to Kings Cross to learn mid trimester abortion but I immediately established a rapport amounting to love of this very lovable man.

I'm sorry that I will never meet with him again.

Dr Rosie Jones
Suman 17/05/2012 14:23:55
Here's an interview of Dr. Geoffrey Davis by Bina D'Costa:


Would appreciate if priyoaustralia consider it for publishing for the benefit of the wider community.

This guy was a witness of our national history. Finally, the grateful nation has recently honoured him. Sincere tribute to this great soul!!!
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