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Barrie John BROWN


Barrie John BROWN – AM

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. # 10118



Service:  NSW Police:  From  ?  to  ? ? 1969

Service: Commonwealth Police / Australian Federal Police:  From  ? to  ? ? 1996

AFP Regd. #  ?

Awards:  Member of the Order of Australia ( AM ) – granted 26 January 1982 in recognition of service to the AFP

National Medal – granted 3 September 1985

1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 1 May 1987


Died on:  Tuesday  22 July 2014

Cause: Cancer


Funeral date:  Saturday  26 July 2014

Funeral location:  Chapel of Fred Ward (Brindabella) Gardens, Curtin

Buried at:  Cremated

[alert_blue]BARRIE is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance[/alert_blue]



Barrie John BROWN, age unknown, former Regd. No. 10118.

Barrie resigned from NSW Police in 1969 and joined the Commonwealth Police and later the AFP where he served until 1996.

He regularly met with retired NSW Police in the RPA (ACT) Social Luncheon group. His funeral has been held.








Printed: Saturday  2 August 2014


Passed away peacefully on 22.7.2014 surrounded by his loving family.

Adored husband of Jann, loved so much as a father and friend by his children Caryn and Stephen and their partners.

Amazing and devoted, proud grandfather to Kaela and Alana.

Special mate to brother Dennis and his family.

Supportive friend to many, with a great heart.

Barrie never lost his gentle, caring manner through two years of fighting cancer.
He was a much respected police officer, volunteer and car racing enthusiast.

His private cremation took place last Saturday, followed by a celebration of his
life, with good friends present in the Chapel of Fred Ward (Brindabella) Gardens, Curtin.





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