Dennis Charles MATTS

Late of  ?

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  10197

Rank:  Probationary Constable – appointed 30 October 1961

Senior Constable – appointed 1 April 1971

Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed 6 June 1979

Sergeant – Retirement

Stations: ?, Eden – Lock Up Keeper, Orana District – Retirement

ServiceFrom  ? ? pre October 1961?  to  30 October 1996 = 35+ years Service

Awards:  National Medal – granted 6 November 1980

1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 2 November 1988

2nd Clasp to National Medal – granted 28 August 1997

Born:  12 August 1941

Died on:  Monday  12 June 2017

Age:  75

Cause?

Event location:   ?

Event date:   ?

Funeral date:  Friday  16 June 2017 @ 1pm

Funeral location:  Manna House Church, 8 Bellevue Street, South Nowra

Buried at?

 Memorial located at?

JANUARY 1993: Sgt Dennis Matts destroys one of the fake photo-licences, used by an underage drinker to gain access to a hotel. Published in the Daily Liberal on 10 January 2014

JANUARY 1993: Sgt Dennis Matts destroys one of the fake photo-licences, used by an underage drinker to gain access to a hotel. Published in the Daily Liberal on 10 January 2014

 

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Nowra welcomes Melbourne Cup tour

CUP: Maddy Jackson with her grandparents Dee and Dennis Matts at the 2015 Emirates Melbourne Cup visit to Terara Public.

CUP: Maddy Jackson with her grandparents Dee and Dennis Matts at the 2015 Emirates Melbourne Cup visit to Terara Public.

THE Shoalhaven’s Melbourne Cup tour jumped from the starting barrier and raced towards the finishing line on Friday.

The tour of the golden cup started in the morning in Nowra’s Jelly Bean Park and people jockeyed for positions to get their photos taken with the $175 000 cup.

Racing fans, school children and interested passer-bys all took the chance to have a photo take with the iconic trophy.

Even the grandson of Etienne de Mestre, trainer of Archer who won the first Melbourne Cup in 1861, Mark de Mestre took the chance to have his photo taken with the cup.

Mr de Mestre said seeing the cup gives him and many others pleasure and excitement.The cup tour included stops Osborne Nursing home, a school, a pre-school and the Shoalhaven Business awards.

http://www.southcoastregister.com.au/story/3327279/melbourne-cup-tour-photos/

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