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Aldo LORENZUTTA

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Aldo LORENZUTTA

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. # 10989

73 years

Died:  8 December 2012

 

Janne McMahon?<br /> to<br /> Ex Cops Who Want To Enjoy Their Time on Facebook.<br /> May 18, 2017 ·<br /> Janne McMahon: I found this photo going through my old files. It was taken at my Passing Out Parade on 23/6/1969. It shows Adrian Allingham (R.I.P.), Dennis Gilligan, Aldo Lorenzutta (RIP) and Bruce Smith. They all won portable Olivetti typewriters as part of the Transfield trophy for topping the Detectives Course in 1968 & 1969. The little bloke without the hat was from Transfield. Bruce Smith presented his typewriter to the Detective Training Unit in 2010. Their names appear at the top of the honour board.
Janne McMahon:
I found this photo going through my old files. It was taken at my Passing Out Parade on 23/6/1969. It shows Adrian Allingham (R.I.P.), Dennis Gilligan, Aldo Lorenzutta (RIP) and Bruce Smith. They all won portable Olivetti typewriters as part of the Transfield trophy for topping the Detectives Course in 1968 & 1969. The little bloke without the hat was from Transfield. Bruce Smith presented his typewriter to the Detective Training Unit in 2010. Their names appear at the top of the honour board.

 

Jim Mumford Aldo also topped the class 99 in 1964. Top bloke.
Queens Awards at the Government House today. Detective Senior Constable <a href="https://www.australianpolice.com.au/wilfred-tunstall/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer"><strong>Wilfred Tunstall</strong></a> awarded with Queen's Gallantry Medal. Det Tunstall (middle) with other awarded with Queens Commendation for Brave Conduct for the same action left Det Sen. Const. <a href="https://www.australianpolice.com.au/aldo-lorenzutta/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer"><strong>Aldo Lorenzutta</strong></a> and Det. Sen. Const. <a href="https://www.australianpolice.com.au/geoffrey-neil-mcdowell/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer"><strong>Geoffrey Neil McDowell</strong></a>. April 18, 1977. (Photo by Antonin Cermak/Fairfax Media via Getty Images).
Queens Awards at the Government House today. Detective Senior Constable Wilfred Tunstall awarded with Queen’s Gallantry Medal. Det Tunstall (middle) with other awarded with Queens Commendation for Brave Conduct for the same action left Det Sen. Const. Aldo Lorenzutta and Det. Sen. Const. Geoffrey Neil McDowell. April 18, 1977. (Photo by Antonin Cermak/Fairfax Media via Getty Images).
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23 months old son of <strong>Mathew Tunstall,</strong> could not resist to join his father despite the strict protocol and National Anthem during the ceremony. On the right side of <strong>Tunstall</strong> are <strong>Detective SenConst <a href="https://www.australianpolice.com.au/aldo-lorenzutta/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Aldo Lorenzutta</a></strong> and further <strong>Det SenConst <a href="https://www.australianpolice.com.au/geoffrey-neil-mcdowell/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Geoffrey Neil McDowell</a></strong>, awarded with Queens Commendation for Brave Conduct for the same action. Queens' Awards at the Government House today ( 17 April 1977 ). <strong>Detective Senior Constable <a href="https://www.australianpolice.com.au/wilfred-tunstall/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Wilfred Tunstall</a></strong> awarded with Queens Gallantry Medal. Two-year-old <strong>Matthew Tunstall</strong> ignored protocol and the National Anthem to run to his father, <strong>Detective Senior Constable Wilfred Tunstall</strong>, who was awarded the Queen's Gallantry Medal at Government House yesterday. April 18, 1977. (Photo by Antonin Cermak/Fairfax Media via Getty Images).
23 months old son of Mathew Tunstall, could not resist to join his father despite the strict protocol and National Anthem during the ceremony. On the right side of Tunstall are Detective SenConst Aldo Lorenzutta and further Det SenConst Geoffrey Neil McDowell, awarded with Queens Commendation for Brave Conduct for the same action. Queens’ Awards at the Government House today ( 17 April 1977 ). Detective Senior Constable Wilfred Tunstall awarded with Queens Gallantry Medal. Two-year-old Matthew Tunstall ignored protocol and the National Anthem to run to his father, Detective Senior Constable Wilfred Tunstall, who was awarded the Queen’s Gallantry Medal at Government House yesterday. April 18, 1977. (Photo by Antonin Cermak/Fairfax Media via Getty Images).

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