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        DUBBO:
We were very sad to hear of the sudden passing of Francis Bernard Hagan (better known as Frank) aged 77 registered number 10265. I had the pleasure of first meeting Frank when we both joined the NSW Police Force on the 26-2-1962. We met up again in the seventies at Dubbo where we both had been posted. Frank was to spend the rest of his career in Dubbo attached to the Traffic Section and became the Traffic Supervisor. A quiet, unassuming man who knew the Traffic Act back the front. He was well liked and respected by his comrades.

He was given a fitting send-off and tribute on the 12 September at the Western Garden Crematorium in Dubbo with a Police guard of honour and about twelve RPA members wearing their jackets. On the Welfare front, we send our best wishes to all those members not keeping so well including Pat Foley and John Wilson

Our Police Remembrance Day service at the Holy Trinity Church of England, Dubbo was officiated by Police Chaplain, the Rev. Ross Godfrey and the reverent Canon Brett Watterson. The St Brigidís Mensí choir headed by our own Jude Maloney and Ian Hobson were at their vocal best.

Once again, about 25 of our members attended the Retired Police Day, and we were welcomed by Local Area Commander Simmonds and a very enjoyable morning tea was provided. A special RPA pin was handed out to celebrate the occasion. We were able to talk and mingle with current members, and this is always welcomed. We sincerely thank Commander Simmons and his fellow officers and staff for the hospitality afforded us.

Merry Xmas to all.

Ross Tighe

 

 

 

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