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Bob von Rekowsky, Fidelity
31-Oct-2006
Wanted to express my condolences for the loss of your colleague and mentor, Gary Coull. 

I never met Gary personally, but I am aware of his influence in Asia and, obviously, with CLSA. 

Sincerely, 
Bob von Rekowsky 

					
Alastair Bruce
31-Oct-2006
I was obviously very sorry to hear the news that Gary had passed away. It must be devastating for 
all you and of course his immediate family. He was as has been mentioned often a visionary in the 
Asian equity space in particular and created a unique firm with exceptional loyalty amongst its ranks 
a remarkable achievement in itself when you look at the industry as a whole. 

I am sure CLSA will continue to be a leader in the field of independent brokers and a well respected 
institution amongst the asset management community. My thoughts are with you all and I wish you 
well throughout this difficult time.

Best regards
Alastair Bruce
Associate Director, Executive Search - Asia
Hays  Executive
(following the acquisition of St. George’s Harvey Nash on 8th May, 2006)
					
Johnson Wu
31-Oct-2006
We were so sorry to hear about the great man.  I didn’t know him very well, but many of out 
clients benefitted from his knowledge of the region.  It is so sad for him to go at such a young age.

Johnson Wu
China International Futures (Shanghai) Co.,Ltd.  Marketing Dept.
					
tom skolovy
31-Oct-2006
I WAS VERY SORRY TO READ OF GARY'S PASSING.MY BROTHER RAE AND I BOTH FIRST MET GARY IN 
1968 . WE WERE VERY CLOSE FRIENDS JUST BEING YOUNG TEENAGERS ENJOYING LIFE! I'M SORRY 
TO SAY THAT OVER THE YEARS WE LOST CONTACT WITH EACH OTHER. PLEASE ACCECPT OUR HEART 
FELT THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS IN A MOST DIFFICULT TIME ...       TOM AND ELLEN SKOLOVY - DELTA 
B.C.
					
Pat Tesan
31-Oct-2006
It was with shock
and profound sadness
that we heard of
Gary's death.  We
were blessed to have
been able to spend
some time with him
this past summer at
his home in
Vancouver.  While we
know that Gary was a
highly successful
businessman, the
Gary we knew was a
kind and caring
friend to our
family.  Our sincere
condolences go out
to Vicky, Mrs.
Coull, Leslie and
all his relatives
and friends.
We will remember
Gary always.

Pat and Ric Tesan
Vancouver, B.C.
					
Enid Dunfee
31-Oct-2006
Don and I have know
Gary since he and
our son Ted were
teenagers and
budding journalists.
 Gary's quiet visits
to Ted in hospital
in Bangkok were a
solace for us and an
obvious pleasure for
Ted even though he
could not speak. 
Kind, thoughtful,
caring and generous
- we will miss him
always.

Enid Dunfee
					
Ted Lipman
31-Oct-2006
A friend at school in Vancouver and then, again, during our long stays in Asia, I was so sorry to 
learn of Gary's his passing. I recall going skiing with Gary in Japan...it seems like just a few years 
ago; I realize it was 20!  He hardly ever slept, he was having so much fun, skiing and smoking 
cigars and playing Trivial Pursuit (not all at the same time). Larger than life was Gary. It would take 
most people centuries to accomplish what Gary did in just a few short decades. My condolences to 
his family, friends and colleagues in HK. 

Ted Lipman
					
Donella Chong
31-Oct-2006
I read with sadness about the untimely passing of Gary... whom I haven't seen in 36 years since 
Grade 10 at Eric Hamber High School in Vancouver.  While I don't recall much of those years, Gary 
certainly was one individual who stands out in my memory.  Even then he was such a personable, 
caring young man who reached out to everybody.  He was well liked by teachers and popular with 
fellow students. 

Upon reading the obituary, I immediately hoped it was not the same Gary I knew.  But once I saw 
his photo on the website, it confirmed what I didn't want to believe.  I pulled out our high school 
annual from 1970 and saw his young and kind face.  My goodness - was that really 36 years ago!

I was not surprised to read of his distinguished career and many accomplishments.  He achieved so 
much in a short time and had a clear vision at a very tender age.

I feel proud to have known him in high school and pass on my deepest condolences to his wife and 
family for their grea. . . 

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David Wishart
31-Oct-2006
I knew Gary in the crazy days of newspapers in Vancouver of the early 70s (and in Hong Kong) 
when his enthusiasm and professionalism marked him for greater things. Like Blackbeard, he had a 
short life, but a merry one. We need more like him.

					
Ivan and Ann Au
31-Oct-2006
We are sorry to learn of the passing of your beloved husband Gary. We would like to express our 
deepest condolences to you and your family.
 
Yours sincerely,
Ivan and Ann Au
					
中國建銀投資有限責任公司總裁
31-Oct-2006
驚悉里昂証券董事長顧家利(Gary Coull) 先生 10月26日不幸逝世, 我深感悲痛.

顧家利先生為里昂証券發展成為亞太市場首屈一指的投資銀行做出了重要貢獻.  顧家利先生的逝世, 不只是里昂証券巨大
的損失, 也使我失去一位好朋友.

在此, 我謹代表我個人及中國建銀投資有限責任公司對顧家利先生的逝世致以沉痛的哀悼, 並向他的家屬致以親切慰問.

中國建銀投資有限責任公司總裁
					
President of China Jianyin Investment Limited
31-Oct-2006
I am in huge sadness when I was shocked to learn that Mr. Gary Coull, the Co-Founder and 
Chairman of CLSA, passed away on 26 October.

Mr. Coull made an important contribution for CLSA to be a leading investment bank in Asia-Pacific 
market.  Mr. Coull’s death is a huge loss for CLSA, and I lost a good friend.

I would like to extend my and our company’s profound condolences on the death of Mr. Coull, and 
convey our sympathy to his family.

President of China Jianyin Investment Limited
					
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