Alan Victor DWYER

Late of  ?

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  8232

Rank: Probationary Constable – appointed 7 November 1955

Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed 3 June 1974

Sergeant 2nd Class – Retirement

Stations: ?, Campsie, Lakemba ( 1970’s & 80’s ), Canterbury HWP, Far North Coast HWP, Paddington – Retirement

ServiceFrom  ? ? pre November 1955 to  29 May 1986 = 30+ years Service

Awards:  No find on It’s An Honour

Born:  4 July 1936

Died on:  Friday  28 April 2017 about 8am at Nepean Hospital

Age:  80

Cause:  Cancer of the throat

Event location:  Nepean Hospital

Event date:   28 April 2017

Funeral date:  Thursday  4 May 2017 @ noon

Funeral location:  Sacred Heart Chapel, Rookwood Cemetery, Memorial Ave, Rookwood

Buried at?

 Memorial located at?

 

Bill Davies with Alan Dwyer - July 2016

Bill Davies with Alan Dwyer – July 2016

ALAN is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance
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Bill Davies – 28 April 2017
Recently I posted in relation Alan Victor Dwyer, who I served with a Campsie and Lakemba back in the late 70,s and early 80,s. Alan and I were also close mates outside the job. My family and his spent many outings together. Alan died today at abot 8am, at Nepean Hospital, after a short but uncomfortable , battle with throat cancer. The Cancer spread to his leg and other locations on his body. I have no idea of funeral arrangements. I am in contact with his wife, Narelle. I will post any further info when it comes to hand.
Bill Davies – 20 April 2017
Not even 12 months ago, I met up with Alan Dwyer, to celebrate his 80th Birthday. He looked, moved and spoke like a bloody healthy 50 year old. Unfortunately now I have to report that Al is not doing so great. In fact, things have turned pretty Sh$%y for him. Al has cancer. He now has a trachy. He cannot speak and has trouble breathing, due to congestion on his lungs. The outlook is not great. I know many in our group , know Alan. I have spoken with his wife, Narelle, who has agreed to let me now tell of his plight. Al is in ICU, Nepean Hospital. Visiting from 11am. 2 persons at a time. Narelle tells me he perks up when he has a visitor. he communicates by writing on a board.
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