In memory of Kevan Meldrum

By Kitty Daws

This is a way for you to remember Kevan with love and to help find a cure for this cruel disease.

By sharing our memories and special messages, we also support Parkinson's NSW and allow them to continue supporting people living with Parkinson's.

Thank you for your support


Bec & Ben Cribb

Sending our love to you. RIP Kev


Chris Veleski

RIP Kev. The mentorship and guidance you provided is not forgotten. You will be sorely missed.


Craig Furness


Danielle And Moo

Childhood father figure, Adulthood confidant Similar to my own farther in so many beautiful ways. Papa Kevan to my little girl. Strength, stoic wisdom, tender and cheeky <3 See you on the other side, standing on deck xx


Elizabeth Sam


Gary And Marta Andrei


German Romo

RIP Dear friend.


Goran Lukic


Jenna Verhoeven

A soft, gentle giant whose eyes would twinkle as he'd quietly crack a joke or kindly rib you.


Josh And Tamara Daws

We are thankful for the good times we were able to share with Kevan and are grateful we were able to bring some smiles to his life.


Karen And Bill Groenen

In memory of your very brave and wonderful Kevan may he rest in peace. So many memories of all the good times we shared will never be forgotten.


Luis, Trish And Family Espinoza

Dear Kitty Kevan was an amazing person, friend, neighbour and colleague to us. He will be sadly missed and we continue to cherish all the special moments we shared with him. Forever in our hearts. We love you Kevan


Margaret Mcdonald And Brian Mcdonald

In memory of a very fine man.


Mark Du Cros


Merrilee And John Verhoeven

Remembering our great friend Kevan Back in the Darwin winter of 1974, I met student Kevan when I taught Hydraulics 101 at Darwin Community College. In THAT Darwin summer of '74 I again came across Kevan at the Moil Emergency Centre after Cyclone Tracy, where he informed me that Merrilee and I must evacuate Darwin. Little did we know that we’d meet Kevan again…. Kevan, the most excellent host, quietly spoken, and a great cook at the many gatherings and New Years Eve parties held at Kitty and Kevan’s home. “Papa” Kevan gently cradling our baby granddaughter as he walked her around the garden pointing out the birds and the bees, the flowers and the trees. Kevan the whiskey connoisseur, introducing John to the wonders of single malt whiskey. Kevan, ever the engineer, commenting on engineering structures that could have been better designed, while we galavanted around WA in 2019. Kevan, you will be greatly missed, but you will remain in our hearts and memories. Our love and thanks for your friendship. Merrilee and John Verhoeven


Norman Chin


Peter And Leda Williams

Kevan will always be remembered as a wonderful and great neighbor also as a great wonderful friend and mate who will be sorely missed and will always remain in our memories


Ray & Kathleen


Robyn Maconachie

Sod Parkinsons


Tony & Julie

In memory of our great mate Kevan and all the great times had over many years. Thinking of you.


Tony Sage

We think of Kevan every day


Trevor Clack

In memory of a favorite workmate; someone who provided guidance and advice to many of us, as well as plenty of laughs along the way.


Veronica Brook

In memory of Kevan's brave fight.