Anthony John CRAMP

Anthony John CRAMP

AKA Tony & Crampy

Late of Coolamon, NSW 

Related (Father?) to NSWPF Member Daniel CRAMP? Regd # ?????

NSW Redfern Police Academy Class # 194A

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  20880


Rank:  Commenced Training at Redfern Academy on ? February 1983

Probationary Constable- appointed 6 May 1983 ( aged 22 years,  7 months,  27 days )

Constable – appointed ? ? ?

Constable 1st Class – appointed 6 May 1988 

Detective – appointed ? ? ?

Senior Constable – appointed ? ? ? 

Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed ? ? ? 

Sergeant 2nd Class – appointed ? ? ? ( yes )

Sergeant 1st Class – appointed ? ? ? 

Final RankSergeant 2nd Class


StationsFairfield GDs ( 34 Division ) 1983 – 1985, 

Cabramatta ( 34 Division )(1985 – 12 mths ),

Cowra ( GDs )( 1986 – 1991 ), BCI ( Bureau of Criminal Intelligence, Canberra – Intelligence Officer – ( January 1991 –  January 1994 ),

Major Crime Squad South, Surry Hills – Intelligence Officer ( January 1994 – 1996 ),

State Intelligence Unit, Strawberry Hills – Intelligence Officer ( Sgt )( 1996 – September 2000 )

VKG4 – Wagga Wagga – Shift Supervisor ( September 2000 – 2009 ), 

Wagga Wagga GDs ( 2009 – 12  January 2017 ) – Retirement ( H.O.D. )

Service:  From ? ? pre February 1983   to 12 January 2017  =  35+ years Service


Awards:  National Medal – granted 24 March 2000 ( Sgt )

Police Medal – granted ? ? ?  ( Sgt 2/c )

Born:  Friday  9 September 1960

Died on:  Tuesday  23 June 2020

Age:  59 years,  9 months,  14 days old

Cause: ‘Silent Heart attack’ from Diabetes.  Also suffered from Major Depression & PTSD.

Event location:  Home at Coolamon, near Wagga Wagga, NSW

Event date ?


Funeral date:  Tuesday  30 June 2020 @ 11am

Funeral location:  Alan Harris McDonald Chapel, 76 Copland Street, Wagga Wagga, NSW 02 6921 4913

( Due to current Govt. restrictions of 50 persons at a Funeral due to the Cornona19 Virus Pandemic – this was a Private Funeral )



Future Wake location??? TBA

( Due to current Govt. restrictions of 50 persons only at ‘Gatherings’,  there won’t be an immediate Wake )

Future Wake date???

( Due to current Govt. restrictions on ‘Gatherings’ due to Corona19 Virus Pandemic, some families may wish to have a Memorial Service / Wake with friends and family at a later date )


Funeral Parlour:  Alan Harris McDonald Funerals, Wagga Wagga, NSW

Buried at: ?


Memorial / Plaque / Monument located at: ?

Dedication date of Memorial / Plaque / Monument: Nil – at this time ( July 2020 )


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



May they forever Rest In Peace




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Anthony John CRAMP AKA Tony CRAMP

Anthony John

Passed away suddenly at his home, the place he loved in Coolamon on Tuesday, 23rd June 2020.

Beloved husband of Debbie.

Dearly loved father and father-in-law of Daniel & Bree, Mitchell and their mother Janice.

Loving stepfather of Katie, Carissa, Sara and Sonia & Peter.

Treasured Pop of Logan, Eli, Riley, Aaliyah, Sophia, Matayo and Maharlah.

Cherished by his four-legged mates Lochie, Benson, Betty and Tilly.

Aged 59. He will be sadly missed by all his family and friends.

A Service to Celebrate Tony’s life will be held at the Alan Harris McDonald Chapel, 76 Copland Street, Wagga Wagga on Tuesday, 30th June 2020 commencing at 11:00am.

Family and friends are respectfully invited to attend.

For family and friends unable to attend the Celebration for Tony’s life, you are invited to watch the service via live-stream at the website: www.alanharrismcdonald.com.au.

If you would like to be recorded in the family memorial book, please contact the team at Alan Harris McDonald on: (02) 6933 7802.


Anthony John CRAMP AKA Tony CRAMP

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Tony Cramp in the middle


Anthony John CRAMP AKA Tony CRAMP



Anthony John CRAMP AKA Tony CRAMP

The club is saddened by the loss of Tony Cramp, better known around the club as Crampy. Crampy became involved in the club over the last few seasons and didn’t miss a training this pre season, always making sure the players drink bottles were full and always up for a chat.
Thank you for your contribution Crampy the club was a better place with you in it and we will miss you mate.


Anthony John CRAMP AKA Tony CRAMP

Pauline MizzLassi Crampy May you bring laughter to the heavens above, just as you did on earth. Thank you for everything you did for my family and I, something that will never be forgotten. Some tears were shed by my four children with my eldest reminding me how much you helped him in his teenage years. Rest peacefully ????


Anthony John CRAMP AKA Tony CRAMP with Debbie CRAMP




It is with great sadness that I share this post of a Cabramatta icon. My beautiful Mum, Margaret Rose O’Neill sadly passed away on 30 December 2019 in the Palliative Care Unit at Liverpool Hospital, aged 77.

Prior to Mums death she had been a resident of Coventry Rd, Longfield St and John St ( Cabramatta ) for the majority of her beautiful life.

Her employment included 25 + years working at Lansdowne Nursing Home.

Mum was always well known in the CBD of Cabra, and her means of transport were mainly the local bus and taxi services.

It is without doubt that the staff in the Liverpool Palliative Care Unit is living proof that Angels live amongst us.

During Mums funeral service, my sister Cheryl Mcgrath paid homage to the Students of Cabramatta High School who, on Christmas Day, visited the Hospital and shared their love of man kind as they joyfully sang Christmas Carols to the patients. It was the most beautiful experience and a true acknowledgement of the values being instilled in the Students at Cabramatta High.

Mum will be absolutely sadly missed, but I believe her commitment by always remaining a resident of Cabramatta she will always be remembered as a “True Local” of this beautiful town we call Cabra.

RIP Mum forever in our hearts Cheryl & Tony ????


Class 194 A - May 1983
Class 194 A – May 1983


Anthony John CRAMP AKA Tony CRAMP

Anthony John CRAMP AKA Tony CRAMP

Anthony John CRAMP AKA Tony CRAMP

Anthony John CRAMP AKA Tony CRAMP

Some great memories when Tony was our shift supervisor at VKG4 Wagga a fun 9 years. RIP now Big fella.S/C R Nixon, SCO R Faulkner, Sgt T Cramp, SCO M Mackintosh, S/C K BurnessKind RegardsMichelle Mackintosh ex serial# 8880008
Some great memories when Tony was our shift supervisor at VKG4 Wagga a fun 9 years.     RIP now Big fella.      S/C R Nixon, SCO R Faulkner, Sgt Tony Cramp, SCO M Mackintosh, S/C K Burness        Kind Regards      Michelle Mackintosh ex serial# 8880008









Alan Jude FYFE

Alan Jude FYFE

AKA Barney

Late of  ?

NSW Redfern Police Academy Class #  086

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  9941

Rank:  Probationary Constable – appointed 27 February 1961

Constable – appointed 27 February 1962

Constable 1st Class – appointed 27 February 1967

Senior Constable – appointed 27 February 1971

Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed 6 June 1977

Sergeant 2nd Class – appointed 31 March 1984

Final Rank = Sergeant 2nd Class


Stations: Commenced Training at Redfern Academy,

4 Division GDs & Traffic – ( 28 March 1961 – 10 June 1962 ),

Traffic Branch – Special Solo Cyclist ( 11 May 1962 – 16 May 1963 ),

25 Division – Solo cyclist ( 17 May 1968 – 4 October 1971 ),

25 Division – Lane Cove GDs ( 5 October 1971 – 1 January 1973 ),

25 Division – Chatswood GDs ( 2 January 1973 – 23 July 1977 ),

6 Division GDs ( 24 July 1977 – 20 August 1977 ),

6 Division – Mosman GDs (21 August 1977 – 4 August 1979 ),

North Sydney GDs- 6 Division – ( 5 August 1979 – 18 July 1981 ),

Chatswood GDs – 25 Division ( 19 July 1981 – 26 August 1983 ),

Pymble – Administration ( 3 June 1983 – 2 June 1984 ),

Pennant Hills – Administration – 16 Division – ( 3 June 1984 – 1 December 1984 ),

Chatswood – Investigation – ( 2 December 1984 – 1 June 1985 ),

Pennant Hills General ( 2 June 1985 – 9 March 1992 )

Service:  From ? ? pre Feb 1961?  to 10 March 199231+ years Service

AwardsNational Medal – granted 11 December 1980 ( Sgt )

1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 8 June 1988 ( SenSgt )

‘possible’ Commendation in relation to search for Monica SCHOFIELD in 1964

Born: Monday  1 December 1941

Died on: Thursday  10 October 2019 at Hornsby Hospital

Age: 77 yrs  10 mths  9 days

Cause: Diabetes and Kidney failure

Event location: ?

Event date: ?

Funeral date: Friday 18 October 2019 @ 1pm

Funeral location: St Patrick’s Catholic Church, Royston Pde, Asquith, NSW

Wake location: Asquith golf Club

Funeral Parlour: Heavenly Celebration Funerals, St Marys – 02 9623 6656

Buried at: ?

Memorial located at: ?



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



May they forever Rest In Peace


Even back in the late ’70s and early ’80s, Barney was Type 1 diabetic and taking insulin jabs.


May his family know that Alan was well respected and thought of by his colleagues.






Paul Ernest STERRY

Paul Ernest STERRY

New South Wales Police Force – ( Civilian )

Retired VKG2 ( Warilla ) Communications Officer

SES Member

Born 29 November 1959

51 old

Died on Fathers Day, 4 September 2011

Illness – Golden Staphylococcus as the result of surgery in Hospital for Type I diabettes

Funeral  Thursday  8 September 2011



STERRY, Paul Ernest

Passed away suddenly after a courageous battle on September 4, 2011 (Fathers Day) of Blackbutt. Beloved husband of Bronwyn.Dearly loved and adored father of Mariah, Max.Son of Joan (dec) and Ernest (dec). Loved brother of Wayne. Cherished family member of Joan and Eric Dronfield and family, Margaret and Frank McNamara, the Gullicks and the Callow family. Paul will be sadly missed by his loving family and many dear friends here and in our hearts.Aged 51 Years
God has you in his keeping
We will miss your smiling face, a special person, no one can replace.Relatives and friends are invited to attend Paul’s funeral service to be held at Figtree Anglican Church, Gibson’s Road Figtree on Thursday at 1:00pm. In lieu of flowers donations to Diabetes Australia Foundation would be appreciated.Illawarra Mercury, Wednesday September 7, 2011Paul was a Comms Officer at VKG2 (Warilla) from about 1987 and also worked with the SES and also attended the Thredbo Landslide Disaster.

He was a great bloke with a big heart, a great laugh and was always willing and happy to joke around.

We will miss you mate.


SES Commissioner’s September 2011 Newsletter  page 8

Vale Paul Ernest Steery

SES Commissioner's Newsletter September 2011 page 8
SES Commissioner’s Newsletter September 2011 page 8

Paul Sterry joined the New South Wales State Emergency Service in 1978, he was 19 years old. Even though he held a job as a young clerk with the Public Works Department he held down at least another two part time jobs in addition to his role in the communications area of the Illawarra South Coast Division Headquarters.

Paul moved to the Kiama Unit in the mideighties and fitted in straight away, and thus was born a relationship between Paul and the Kiama Unit that lasted more than a quarter of a century. The Paul Sterry that the Kiama Unit knew and loved was generous to a fault and always willing to help anyone.
One of the Unit’s memories of Paul was at the Jamberoo Bus Crash in 2005, when a bus carrying more than 20 tourists rolled over on the Jamberoo Mountain Pass. Paul arrived in his car a few hours after the rescue began, opened his boot and started to distribute drinks, chocolates and snacks to the exhausted rescuers. Within a few minutes the boot was empty and Paul was heading back down the mountain for new supplies.
Paul was known as a joker by those who knew him well. He would often appear to talk very seriously about an issue and then, once everybody was well and truly involved, come out and say “I was only joking”. Even those who knew him well would be caught off guard by his wicked sense of humour and ability to appear completely serious until the right moment to come clean.
Louise Ashton, another member of the Kiama SES unit works at Wollongong Hospital where Paul spent long periods of time during his ongoing battle against diabetes. It was her
ritual to pop in each day before finishing work to check on him and have a quick yarn. Paul’s hospital room was like a mini office – he had bags full of paperwork, including SES receipts at times. Louise reported that the staff often commented that Paul was a delight and would often sing to them. He will be missed by all.
Paul was a recipient of the National Medal in 1999 as well as the State Medal for Hunter and Central Coast Storms in 2007. He also was awarded the SES Long Service Awards for 5, 10,
15, 20, 25 and 30 years of service with the SES.
He will be remembered by the members of the Kiama SES as one of its primary carers.
Throughout his 32 years with the Service Paul focused on caring and providing support for its volunteers, especially in times of disaster.
When Kiama SES were out helping others in our community it was Paul that would be standing behind them and supporting them with the food and equipment they needed to get the job done or offer a quiet, comforting word after a horrific crash or rescue.
At the funeral on Thursday 8th of September the SES said farewell to a great SES member.
Paul is survived by his wife Bronwyn and children Moria and Max, who will all miss him greatly.
Extracted from the eulogy by John Wall, Deputy Local
Controller, Kiama

Funeral Service Location
4 Gibsons Rd, Figtree NSW 2525