Bruce John HEARD

Late of Ballina

New South Wales Police Force

NSW Police Academy ( Redfern ) Class 145

Regd. #  16719

Rank:  Initial Training – commenced 3 November 1974

Probationary Constable – appointed 16 December 1974

Constable – appointed 16 December 1975

Senior Constable – appointed 16 December 1983

Senior Constable – Retirement on 2 February 2007

Stations: ?, Bankstown GD’s, North Sydney HWP, Blacktown ( 27 Division ) HWP ( 1980’s ), Bass Hill HWP, Parramatta ( 18 Division, H District ) HWP, Parramatta Accident Investigation Section, Ballina Accident Investigation Section, Coraki ( GD’s ), Casino Patrol, , Byron Bay – Retirement

ServiceFrom  3 November 1974  to  2 February 2007 = 33+ years Service

Awards:  National Medal – granted  15 November 1991

1st Clasp to National Medal – granted  6 April 2001

Born:  19 June 1952

Died on:  Thursday 14 December 2017

Age:  65

Cause:  Cancer

Event location:  Ballina Hospital

Event date:  Thursday  14 December 2017

Funeral date:  Wednesday  20 December 2017 @ 11am

Funeral location:  Park View Funeral Home, 21 Kalinga St, Ballina, NSW

Buried at:  Cremated

 Memorial located at?

 

Photo of Bruce receiving his NSW Police medal at Ballina RSL Club 2 years ago from Superintendent Greg Martin.

Photo of Bruce receiving his NSW Police medal at Ballina RSL Club 2 years ago from Superintendent Greg Martin.HEARD, Bruce John 65 years Passed away peacefully on Thursday, 14/12/2017, surrouned by family. Survived by his loving wife Robyn. Beloved father of Nicole, Simone and Bradley. Proud gradnfather of Brodie and Cooper. Son of Marie & John ( dec). Survived by his siblings Nerelle and Geoff. Relatives and friends are invited to attend Bruce's funeral service to be held at Parkview Funeral Honme, 21 Kalinga St, Ballina on Wednesday 20/12/2017 commencing at 11am followed by a private cremation.In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Cancer & Lung Disesa Research and NSW Police Legacy. Parkview, Ballina 1800 809336

JOHN is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance
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 Funeral location


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Bruce, prior to joining the NSWPF, was a tow truck operator.

Bruce arriving

Bruce arriving

Entering the funeral

Guard of Honour

Bidding a fairwell

Mates - sharing the respect

Friends = Respect

 

Peter CameronGroup Admin Just for the information of some who knew Bruce; he had a very large turnout for his funeral today. A whole bunch of retired and serving people there and even one bloke, Mick Pearce, who flew in from Melbourne. Bruce was given a very fitting service for his 32 yrs in the cops and I must say camaraderie is still alive and well despite what we sometimes think.