Stephen Duane HEARN

Stephen Duane HEARN

AKA  ?
Late of Mooloolaba, Qld
NSW Police Cadet # 3265
NSW Redfern Police Academy Class #  157 OR 158
New South Wales Police Force
Regd. # 17842
Rank:   NSW Police Cadet – commenced 5 July 1976
Probationary Constable – appointed 31 January 1978
Constable – appointed  31 January 1979
Senior Constable – appointed  31 January 1987
Appears in 1988 Stud Book but Does NOT appear in 1989 Stud Book
Final Rank = ?
Stations?, Hurstville HWP 1980’s?, Crime & Misconduct Commission – Retired
Work after Policing:  Executive role for Qld Health – Medical Investigations
ServiceFrom 5 July 1976  to  ? ? ?? years Service
Awards:  No find on It’s An Honour
Born:   Wednesday  28 January 1959
Died on:  Sunday  9 June 2019 surrounded by family
Age:  60
Cause: Motor Neurone Disease – MND – ( a battle of 9 years )
Event location:   ?
Event date:   ?
Funeral date:   Thursday  13 June 2019 @ 3.30pm
Funeral location:   Gregson & Weight Chapel, 159 Wises Rd, Buderim, Qld
Wake location:  ?TBA
Funeral Parlour:  Gregson & Weight Funerals – 07 5443 9953
Buried at:   ?TBA
 Memorial located at:   ?

 

Stephen Duane HEARN

 

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


 

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May they forever Rest In Peace


Stephen Duane HEARN

Stephen Duane HEARN

Stephen Duane HEARN

R.I.P. STEVE HEARN

From Rick Del Monte regarding the passing of Steve Hearn.

RICK’S MESSAGE.

Could you let the group know that ex-cadet Steve Hearn passed away last night. He had just turned 60 in January of this year and was surrounded by family when he passed.

Steve had not been well having contracted Motor Neuron Disease (MND) some years ago and eventually succumbed to it.

He is survived by his beautiful, caring wife Ingrid and his much loved 10 year old son Brandon.

Kevin Clews and I visited Steve late last year and although he was immobile, he retained his quick wit and brilliant sense of humour.

Funeral arrangements are yet to be confirmed however, I will let you know once details are known in case any of the group wanted to pay their respects.

A truly wonderful bloke, a proud man and a loving husband and father. Another good one gone – a true friend now resting. Thanks mate. Rick

Rick Del Monte

Steve had been battling Motor Neuron disease for the past 9 years and he leaves behind his wife and a 10 year old son.
Steve – now out of pain.
Further information to follow when funeral details are known.
Cal
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HEARN, Stephen Duane

Of Mountain Creek, QLD.

Passed away peacefully on 9th June 2019.

Aged 60 years.

Loving Husband of Ingrid.

Dearly loved Father of Brandon, Jes, Nikki, Samantha, Sascha, Ben and Jake.

Loved Son of Stan and Jill.

Loved Brother of Louise and Melissa.

Loved Grandfather, Uncle and Brother-in-Law.

Family and friends are invited to attend the celebration of Stephen’s life to be held at the Gregson & Weight Chapel, 159 Wises Road, Buderim on Thursday 13th June 2019 at 3.30pm.

Gregson & Weight Funerals
07 5443 9953

https://tributes.smh.com.au/obituaries/7564/stephen-duane-hearn/


 

 




Peter Joseph KEATING

Peter Joseph KEATING

( late of Beacon Hill )

Redfern Police Academy Class # 120

New South Wales Police Force

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Rank:  Probationary Constable – appointed 15 September 1969

Detective Senior Constable – appointed 15 September 1978

Final rank = Detective ?

Stations?

ServiceFrom  ? ? Pre September 1969?  to  ? ? ? = ? years Service

Awards:  National Medal – granted 22 April 1983

Born:  8 December 1947

Died on:  Thursday  5 January 2017 @ 4.30am in his sleep, at his home.

Age:  69

CauseMotor Neurone Disease

Funeral date:  Friday  13 January 2017 @ 10.30am

Funeral location:  Saint Kieran’s Catholic Church, 49 Condamine St, Manly Vale

Buried at?

 Memorial at?

 

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KEATING, Peter Joseph.
Passed away peacefully on 5 January, 2017
Late of Beacon Hill
Aged 69 years
Beloved husband of Frances. Loving father of Hilary, Michael and Matthew and father-in-law of Nicole.
Adored Pop to Charlotte and Elisha.

Dear brother of Paul and Terri and loved by their families.

A Requiem Mass will be offered for Peter at Saint Kieran’s Catholic Church, Manly Vale at 10.30am on Friday 13 January, 2017.

In lieu of flowers, donations are welcome to the Macquarie University Motor Neurone Disease Research Centre.

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January 7, 2017
RIP to one of the most honourable, generous and fun loving family men I knew.
Peter …You were taken way too soon from your family and friends. You will always be remembered with such happy and fond memories, especially the special occasions we all shared.
My heartfelt condolences go out to the whole extended Keating family. Angie, Damien, Scarlett, Miller and Elsie.

 

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Trevor Lloyd MORRISON

Trevor Lloyd MORRISON  BEM(C)  APM

aka  Lloyd

New South Wales Police Force

[alert_yellow]Regd. #   11570[/alert_yellow]

Rank: Probationary Constable – appointed 16 August 1965

Constable – appointed 16 August 1966

Constable 1st Class – appointed 16 August 1970

Senior Constable – appointed 16 August 1974

Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed 1 January 1982

Senior Sergeant – appointed 14 June 1989

Senior Sergeant – retirement

StationsCampsie ( 13 Division ), Belmore, Liverpool ( 22 Division ), Campbelltown ( 35 Division ) – retirement

ServiceFrom  ? ? ?pre August 1965  to  14 December 1995 = 30+ years Service

Awards:  *1  British Empire Medal (Civil ) – granted 18 July 1967 for Gallantry

National Medal – granted 15 April 1981

*2  Commissioner’s commendation – awarded on 24 October 1988 for actions on 10 September 1987

1st Clasp to the National Medal – granted 28 May 1992

*3  Australian Police Medal – granted 8 June1992

Born:  11 July 1944

Died on:  Wednesday  31 August 2016 @ 12.30am

CauseMotor Neurone Disease

Age:  72

Funeral date:  Monday  5 September 2016 @ 1.30pm

Funeral location: Uniting Church, Boolwey Street, Bowral

Buried at:   Cremated

 Memorial at?

 

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*1

January: Recipient of the British Empire Medal – Constable Trevor Lloyd Morrison. Lloyd’s medal was in recognition of his courage and fortitude displayed on the 16th September, 1966, when he and a Senior Constable Kevin. E. Cook arrested a man armed with a knife. During the violent struggle which ensued before his arrest was effected, both police were stabbed and very seriously wounded. In subsequent court proceedings, the presiding Judge commended Senior Constable Cook and Constable Morrison for their courage and tenacity displayed.

Annual Report of the Police Department of New South Wales for 1966.

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*2

During the financial year, former Liverpool Police Officer – Sergeant T. Lloyd. Morrison is awarded the Commissioner’s Commendation.

NSW Police Annual Report 1988-1989

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June: Former Liverpool Police Officer – (Lloyd) Trevor Lloyd Morrison was awarded the Australian Police Medal.

Although he was attached to Campsie Police Station when he received the medal, he was later transferred to Liverpool Police Station where he worked on General Duties for a number of years. He later transferred to Campbelltown.

NSW Police Service Annual Report 1991-1992.

information kindly supplied by Joe Ees.

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Trevor Lloyd MORRISON  – Valedictory

 

 

 

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The Canberra Times Monday 8 June 1992 page 10 Queen's Birthday Honours
The Canberra Times Monday 8 June 1992 page 10
Queen’s Birthday Honours

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The London Gazette Friday 14 July 1967
The London Gazette Friday 14 July 1967

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The Sydney Morning Herald 19 July 1967 p 7
The Sydney Morning Herald     19 July 1967     p 7

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Report of the Police Department for 1966 p22
Report of the Police Department for 1966   p22

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John Stafford GOOD

John Stafford GOOD

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  13503

Rank:  Probationary Constable – appointed 9 December 1968

Senior Constable – appointed 9 December 1977

Sergeant – deceased

Stations:  Central Fingerprint Bureau, Police Armoury ( in the old Hat Factory 1973 ), Cumnock, Robertson ( 1980 ), Narooma, Dapto, Warilla, Albion Park

ServiceFrom  ?pre 9 December 1968  to  28 February 1996 = 27+ years

AwardsNational Medal – granted 13 November 1984

1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 2 February 1995

National Police Service Medal – presented to his wife, Susan, at Lake Illawarra on Thursday  8 September 2016

Born:  30 November 1946

Died on:  28 February 1996

CauseMotor Neurone disease

Age:  49

Funeral date:  2 March 1996

Funeral location:  Anglican Church, Jamberoo

Buried at:  Jamberoo General Cemetery, Drualla Rd, Jamberoo.  Row K

 

JOHN is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance

* NOT JOB RELATED

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John Stafford GOOD - Grave
John Stafford GOOD – Grave

Sergeant John Good, formerly of Albion Park Police Station, had his funeral service at the Anglican Church, Jamberoo on the 2 March 1996.

John died from Motor Neurone Disease and is buried at Jamberoo Cemetery.

At the time of his death, he was stationed at Dapto Police Station.

John was also a member of the Illawarra Police Football club over the years, was a nice solid bloke with black hair.

May John forever Rest In Peace.

Husband of Susan.

Location of Funeral Service

Goody was a top bloke and also a member of the Illawarra Police Football team in the 1980’s.

May you forever Rest In Peace mate.


 

 

 




Owen John HALLIDAY

Owen John HALLIDAY

aka  ‘ Doc ‘ & ‘ Jeff ‘

New South Wales Police Force

Joined NSW Police Force via Police Cadet System on 2 December 1968

Cadet #2417

[alert_yellow]Regd # 14262[/alert_yellow]

Rank: NSW Police Cadet – commenced on 2 December 1968

Probationary Constable – appointed 25 August 1970

Constable 1st Class – appointed 25 August 1975

Detective Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed 24 March 1986

Stations:  Balmain, ?

Service:  From  2 December 1968  to  ? ? 2003 = 34 years Service

Stations: Balmain,  ?

Awards:  National Medal – granted 8 June 1988

1st Clasp to the National Medal – granted 27 September 1996

Born:  25 August 1951

Died on:  1 December 2011

Cause: Motor Neurone disease

Age:  60

Funeral date:  8 December 2011 @ 12.30pm

Funeral location:  Macquarie Park Crematorium

Buried at:  Cremated

 

The late detective sergeant Owen John (Jeff) Halliday (aka Doc).
The late detective sergeant Owen John (Jeff) Halliday (aka Doc).

 

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Top NSW cop Detective Owen ‘Doc’ Halliday to be given full police funeral after losing battle with motor neurone disease

NSW detective Owen ‘Doc’ Halliday mixed it with some of Sydney’s roughest and dirtiest criminals – invariably coming out the winner.

Detective Halliday will be given a full police funeral tomorrow, attended by the state’s top officers after he lost his battle with motor neurone disease earlier this week.

Halliday, 60, was responsible for bringing ‘Mr Rent-a-kill‘, Christopher Dale Flannery, back to Sydney after he went into hiding in Melbourne in the 80s.

”He was one of the most tenacious detectives I have known,’’ said Deputy Police Commissioner Nick Kaldas.

Doc had a sense of fairness you don’t often see and had an incredible disdain for bullies. He was not only a great detective but a wonderful father and a terrific bloke.’’

Halliday was a mentor to many of the state’s now-senior police and worked on some of the most high-profile cases of the 80s.

These included the Family Law Court bombings, the murder of  Justice David Opas and the murders of the Turkish consul and his bodyguard in the eastern suburbs.

He also investigated the gangland murders of underworld figures Mick Sayers and Roy Thurgar .

Halliday, or ‘Doc’ as he was known, joined the force in 1968 as a police cadet and was sworn in as a constable in 1970.

Much of his career was centred in the Balmain area where he became known to locals, both good and bad.

Besides a passion for the police force Halliday was a talented footballer playing first grade rugby league for the Canterbury Bulldogs in the 80s, in the era when they were known as the “Entertainers”.

Halliday retired as a decorated detective sergeant in 2003.

A service will be held at Macquarie Park Crematorium today.

He is survived by his wife Kay and his two sons Shane and Chad, both serving NSW police officers.

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/d/story-e6freuzi-1226216288086

 

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