Angela Vera BROWN

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Angela Vera BROWN

AKA  ?

Late of Woden, ACT

Australian Federal Police Force

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Final Rank = ?

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Service:  From ? ? 1976  to ? ? ?? years Service

Awards: The Commissioners Commendation for Services to Police Training ( ACT )

Centenary Medal – granted 1 January 2001 – For Service to Victims of Crime

Born Friday 19 September 1941 in East London, England

Died on: Tuesday 22 October 2019 Canberra, ACT, Australia

Age: 78 yrs  1 mth  3 days

Cause: ?

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Funeral date: Wednesday 30 October 2019 @ 2pm

Funeral location: Anglican Church of The Good Shepherd, Carruthers Street, Curtin, ACT

Wake location: ?

Funeral Parlour: White Lady Funerals, Kingston, ACT  02 6239 7023

Buried at: Woden Cemetery, Justinian Street, Phillip, ACT

Memorial located at: ?

Angela Vera BROWN

 


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ANGELA VERA BROWN

19-9-1941  –  22-10-2019

Born in East London – Died in Canberra.

Cherished by her siblings and their extended families in Essex and Leytonstone, England.

At 17 she joined the British Government as a shorthand typist leading to a Personal Assistant role with Senior Government Servants in White Hall.

In 1968 she was posted to Canberra for a 3 year tour of duty to the British High Commission.
She became Commandant of the Girls’ Brigade leading to her being presented to the Royal Family at a Garden Party at Government House.
In 1971 Angela returned to England and joined the London Metropolitan police force as a WPC.
She joined the AFP in 1976 when she returned to Canberra and later was awarded The Commissioners Commendation for Services to Police Training.
As the Welfare Officer for Police, Families and Civilian Staff she also assisted in setting up VOCAL, Victims of Crime Assistance League and received a medal for Services to Police Welfare.
In 2000 she received the Centenary Medal for Services to Violent Crime. In 2004 she joined The English in Australia and held many positions on the Committee, making an invaluable contribution.

Angela has been a volunteer, teaching English as a Second language.

The funeral service for Angela will be held in the Anglican Church of The Good Shepherd, Carruthers Street, Curtin on WEDNESDAY 30 October 2019, commencing at 2.00pm.

Burial will follow in the Woden Cemetery, Justinian Street, Phillip.

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Published in The Canberra Times on Oct. 26, 2019

https://tributes.canberratimes.com.au/obituaries/canberratimes-au/obituary


 

 

November 21, 2019
Wonderful memories of the fun times we shared with Angela on our farm and in Perth.
Even though the distance was huge we always had her in our thoughts.
Love from the Betts and McAullay families
Western Australia.
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May Angela BROWN ( AFP ) Forever Rest In Peace: https://www.australianpolice.com.au/angela-vera-brown/

https://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/canberratimes-au/angela-brown-condolences/194262030?&eid=viewgb&page=4


 

 

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