Brian Michael DWYER  AM  RFD  ED  MB  BS

aka  Michael

( late of Hunters Hill, formerly of Gosford )

Australian Federal Police Force – Medical Officer ( NON Sworn )

Regd. # ?

Rank:  Police Medical Officer  ( P.M.O. )

Stations:  A.F.P.

The Australian Army

Rank  Colonel – retired

Service #  251888

ServiceFrom  to  ?

Awards?

Born:  14 April 1929

Died on:  Thursday  19 November 2015

Cause?

Age:  86

Funeral date:  Wednesday  25 November 2015 @ 10am

Funeral location:  St Peter Chanel, Futuna Street, Hunters Hill

Buried at:  Cremated

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DWYER, Colonel Brian Michael (Michael).
(Ret’d) AM RFD ED MB BS
251888

14th April 1929 ~ 19th November 2015
Aged 86 years
Passed away peacefully at Longueville Private Hospital
Late of Hunters Hill, formerly of Gosford
Beloved husband of Carlin, much loved father of Anthony, Justin, Megan, Casey and Fabian
Son of Sydney Keith and Alice, brother of Allan and Jean (all dec’d), stepbrother of Phillip
Loving Grandfather and Father-in-Law
Medical Practitioner, Army Officer,
Police Medical Officer.

Family and friends are invited to celebrate his life at a Requiem Mass at
St Peter Chanel, Futuna Street, Hunters Hill
10am on Wednesday
25th November 2015
And afterwards at the Hunter’s Hill Club, 12 Madeline Street, Hunters Hill for refreshments.
A private cremation will take place following the service.
In lieu of flowers please consider donations to the Vanuatu Earthquake Appeal
In the loving care of

All Suburbs
1300 74 00 74

Tuesday, 24 November 2015

So sad to hear of Doc’s passing. He was a great man and a mentor of mine both in Canberra and Sydney. His family can be proud of his life and the influence he had on us all. I can’t be there on Wednesday but I will be there in spirit. RIP

 
Tuesday, 24 November 2015

As a young Constable in Canberra there were many occasions when a wise Doc Dwyer provided a voice of common sense in tense investigations. His laconic sense of humour was legend as was his ability to cut down some pretentious pumped up crook many times without them realising the same. A man of class and integrity, they sure as heck don’t make them like him any more. RIP Doc

 
Saturday, 21 November 2015

Happy memories of many years ago.RIP.

 

 

Published in The Sydney Morning Herald on Nov. 21, 2015

– See more at: http://tributes.smh.com.au/obituaries/smh-au/obituary.aspx?n=brian-dwyer&pid=176581871&eid=sp_ommatch#sthash.8dnJpDke.dpuf

 

 

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