Anthony John PORTER

aka  Tony

Tasmanian Police Force

Regd. #   ?

Rank:  Second Grade Sergeant

Stations?, Smithton

ServiceFrom  ? ? ?  to  ? ? ? = ? years Service

Awards:  National Medal – granted

First Clasp to National Medal – granted

National Medal & First Clasp appeared on Auction Site:

Born:  12 April 1935 in England

Died on:  Tuesday  13 September 2016

Age:  81

Cause?

Funeral date:  Tuesday  20 September 2016 @ 11am

Funeral location:  Chapel of Parkside Funerals, 254 East Cam Rd, Burnie, Tasmania

Buried at:  Cremated

 Memorial at?

The National Medal box cover

The National Medal box cover

 

National Medal & 1st Clasp. Clasp missing from miniature

National Medal & 1st Clasp. Clasp missing from miniature

 

Rear of the National Medal with name engraved of Anthony John PORTER

Rear of the National Medal with name engraved of Anthony John PORTER


TONY is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance
  *NEED MORE INFO

 

 

 

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

PLEASE SEND PHOTOS AND INFORMATION TO Cal

May they forever Rest In Peace

The death of this retired policeman only came to our attention on 16 December 2016 because his National Medal and 1st Clasp to the National Medal appeared for sale at http://sherwoodauctions.com.au/?page=image&image=10.jpg&view=246.

Enquiries with TasPol were not very ‘fruitful’ because they were “too busy” at the time of my phone call.  The TasPol Police Association did not have anything to offer on their website about the gentleman.

The Auction house was more forthcoming with information ( by way of the attached photos ) and Google found further information about the Sergeant.

Parkside Funerals in Tasmania were also forthcoming with information and verified that this gentleman was, in fact, a policeman.

The story behind the selling of his National Medal has sourced.  Tony Porter was never married and had no children or relatives to hand his Medal to.   It was sent to Auction by ‘friends’.  A member of NSW Fallen Police FB Group secured the National Medal, in the Auction in December 2016, for $100.

PORTER Anthony John ‘Tony’

April 12, 1935 – September 13, 2016

Tony will always be missed and fondly remembered by all his fishing mates and shack owners at Breona.

No more pain, and no more suffering.

Rest easy Tony.

Special thanks to the Palliative Care team, and all staff at Karingal Home, Devonport for their care and support of Tony.

Funeral notice later. – See more at: http://tributes.examiner.com.au/obituaries/examiner-au/obituary.aspx?pid=181405545#sthash.N1r78aVS.dpuf

PORTER Anthony John ‘Tony’
The family and friends of the late Mr Tony Porter are respectfully invited to attend his funeral service, which will be held in the Chapel of Parkside Funerals, 254 East Cam Rd, Burnie, on TUESDAY, September 20, 2016, commencing at 11am. Private cremation.
– See more at: http://tributes.examiner.com.au/obituaries/examiner-au/obituary.aspx?n=anthony-john-porter-tony&pid=181436488#sthash.fVigLunD.dpuf

TasPol. Awarded the National Medal. Commonwealth of Australia Gazette, p25, 10 August 1977, Second Grade Sergeant Anthony John PORTER

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