Adam Stuart GARDENER

New South Wales Police Force

Constable 1 / Class

28 years

                                   Illness:  Lymphoma leading to heart attack

                                   Stationed at Parramatta Local Area Command

                                  Died:  1 March 2014

                            Funeral:  8 March 2014 – Rouse Hill

Memorial: NSW Police force Service Memorial Wall, Sydney Police Centre, Surry Hills, F4 ( right wall )

Constable 1/c Adam GARDENER

 

GARDENER, Adam Stuart
Passed away peacefully on1st March, 2014
Late of Parklea
Dearly beloved husband of Gail, loved and cherished father of Brendan, Bree and Caleb. Much loved and adored son of Pam and John, son-in-law to Sandra and Neil, loving brother-in-law to Susie, Mitch and Belinda.
Will also be sadly missed by all his family, extended family and friends.
Aged 28 Years
Taken from us too soon, forever in our hearts”
Relatives and friends of ADAM are warmly invited to attend his Funeral Service to be held in the Castlebrook Garden Chapel, Windsor Road, Rouse Hill on Saturday, 8th March, 2014 commencing at 12noon.
Published in The Daily Telegraph on 05/03/2014

 

GARDENER, Adam Stuart Passed away peacefully on1st March, 2014 Late of Parklea Dearly beloved husband of Gail, loved and cherished father of Brendan, Bree and Caleb. Much loved and adored son of Pam and John, son-in-law to Sandra and Neil, loving brother-in-law to Susie, Mitch and Belinda. Will also be sadly missed by all his family, extended family and friends. Aged 28 Years”Taken from us too soon, forever in our hearts”Relatives and friends of ADAM are warmly invited to attend his Funeral Service to be held in the Castlebrook Garden Chapel, Windsor Road, Rouse Hill on Saturday, 8th March, 2014 commencing at 12noon.
Funerals
Published in The Daily Telegraph on 05/03/2014

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A few days ago I told of the sudden and unexpected death of one of our own, Adam Gardener.
Adam was only twenty eight and not in his early thirties as I first thought. A wife and young family made it all the more tragic, tragic beyond words. Adam was buried today in very moving and massively attended funeral in Rouse Hill. The NSW Police did him and itself proud. I mention this tonight to tell you that Superintendent Wayne Cox, the Local Area Commander for Parramatta, Adams station, gave all his people last night, today and tonight off on Special Leave to enable those wishing to the time to attend. With all the talk these days of the ever precious budget and the penny pinching that Commanders are forced to do I can’t help but feel that this altruistic gesture stands out. I know I’d go a little further for a boss like that.
RIP Adam.
Adam was diagnosed with lymphoma about two weeks prior to his death and passed away from a heart attack as there was a growth from the disease on his heart.
At the time of his passing, his best mate and his wife were with thim.
May Adam forever Rest In Peace.
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