Anthony Bruce LAUER

Anthony Bruce LAUER

AKA  Tony
son to Retired NSW Police Commissioner Anthony R. LAUER # 8019
Late of Hay – Husband to Dot

Police Academy Class # 187

New South Wales Police Force

[alert_yellow]Regd. #  20475[/alert_yellow]

Rank:  Detective Senior Constable – Retired

Was in Special Forces Undercover Course # 2 in 1989

Was in Detective Course # 28 in 1991

Stations: ?, Blacktown & Mt Druitt, ( 27 Division ), Registered Clubs Unit, Drug Squad – Plantation Unit, Hay ( 1990’s ), Ivanhoe ( 1995 ), Deniliquin, Hay – Retirement

ServiceFrom  ? ? pre October 1982  to  15 January 1999 = 17 years Service

Awards:  National Medal – granted 28 May 1999

National Police Service Medal – presented October 2017 – by his father – former Police Commissioner Anthony Lauer

Born27 August 1955

Died on:  Saturday  20 January 2018

Age:  62

Cause:  Cancer – Brain

Event location:   ?

Event date:   ?

Funeral date:  Saturday  10 February 2018 @ 1pm

Funeral location:  Hay Services Club, 371 Murray St, Hay

Buried at:  Cremated

 Memorial located at?

After a private cremation there will be Memorial Service for Tony Lauer(Junior) at 1pm 10.2.18.
Hay Services Club
RSL club in Hay, New South Wales
Address: 371 Murray St, Hay NSW 2711
Phone: (02) 6993 1206

When further details are known then you will be updated.

 

[alert_yellow]ANTHONY is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance[/alert_yellow]  *NEED MORE INFO

 [divider_dotted]

 Funeral location TBA

[divider_dotted]

FURTHER INFORMATION IS NEEDED ABOUT THIS PERSON, THEIR LIFE, THEIR CAREER AND THEIR DEATH.

PLEASE SEND PHOTOS AND INFORMATION TO Cal

[divider_dotted]

May they forever Rest In Peace

[divider_dotted]

I’ve been struggling for words all day but I think my little sister Megan put it best so here it is.
We have tried to remember everyone to call before making a post. Dad would hate to think someone found out via facebook. Sorry if we have missed anyone its been a big day.

Today we lost a husband, dad, grandfather, son, brother, nephew and cousin. A man that has meant so much to many and helped many more.

Through all his health battles he always said that god didn’t want you and the devil was worried you would take over. Well something changed today. We like to think your in heaven watching over us and i am sure you will continue to guide us all through life.

RIP DAD forever in our hearts

Ray Gardoll Tony was also stationed at Ivanhoe in the Barrier District back in 1995-97 by memory. I was at Broken Hill then and met Tony a number of times. I got to speak with Tony back in October at the Barrier Awards Ceremony. His father presented him with his NPSM. Sad to hear of his passing, I was a good guy.
David Aspland I would like to share a funny story. I met Tony in 1995 when he was a Senior Constable at Ivanhoe. I remember his standing joke about his name and family connection (Father was then Commissioner Tony Lauer) :”Well Dad and I have both done the same thing in our careers. We have both reached out ceiling rank”. . A very likeable and easy going bloke.
Mick Clarke RIP Tony. Had many great times with Tony when he was in the Plantation Unit. His favourite comment was”There’s one thing in common with me and Dad and that’s we’ve both gone as far as we can in the Job.”
Peter Wallace Had a yarn to him on the Hume one day. Drove a truck called the Commish. Lovely bloke. Had our NSW Police crest on the cover of his log book. RIP mate.
Tony Lauer Transport

Tony Lauer Transport – HAY, NSW

[divider_dotted]

4
Leave a Reply

Leave a Reply

  Subscribe  
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
Mick Kellner
Guest

I was his best man at his wedding & he was mine . We haven’t kept in touch over the years but have constantly thought about him & his family . He will always be my best man , love ya mate

Steve King
Guest
Steve King

I worked with Tony at the Registered Clubs Unit and to say he was a ‘character’ is an understatement. We had lots of laughs together, did many country trips and shared many a beer. He was a devoted family man and terrific husband to Dot. Luckily I dropped into Hay and had a coffee with them in September 2017. Little did we know what was coming. Rest in peace mate, you may be gone but you will never be forgotten…….

Andrew
Guest
Andrew

Hello Dot, Joy & Big Tony, Debb, Rodney & Tanya
We wish you all the best in these unsuspecting hard times of losing young Tony early (because that’s what we knew him as growing up in Bellbrook Ave) our wishes are with you & all other family’s.
I remember great times being had during get together celebrations in our street.
Andrew, Lavina & Eric Summers

Patricia Boyd
Guest
Patricia Boyd

Hay has lost a truly great guy, despite his health issues he remained on top. My deepest sympathies to his family, to Dot and their family. He will be deeply missed. RIP Tony