Leslie Lyall GORMAN
( late of Gosford )
New South Wales Police Force
Regd. # 6369
Rank: Probationary Constable – appointed 28 March 1949
Sergeant 1st Class – appointed 7 January 1976 – retirement
Stations: ?, Queanbeyan, Bankstown ( 1970’s to 1980’s+ as Stn Sgt ), Burwood – retirement
Service: From ? pre March 1949 to 14 March 1982 + 32 years Service
Awards: Police Overseas Service Medal – Clasp CYPRUS – granted 8 July 1992
Member of the 12th Contingent to Cyprus ( 1975 – 1976 )
Born: 29 May 1927
Died on: Thursday 26 May 2016 at home
Age: 88 – 3 days shy of his 89th
Funeral date: Wednesday 1 June 2016 @ 2pm
Funeral location: Greenway Chapel & Memorial Gardens
460 Avoca Drive, Greenpoint
* Those of the Cyprus contingents attending the funeral are asked to wear your Blue Beret.
Buried at: ?
Memorial at: ?
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It is with regret that we advise of the death of Les Gorman, a NSW member of the 12th Contingent to Cyprus (1975-76). Les passed away on 26 May. An email from John Crowley advising of his death and funeral details is below.
On behalf of the UNOPAA National Executive, our National Committee, our NSW Branch and all members of UNOPAA, I would like to acknowledge Les’s service, particularly to overseas peacekeeping, and to express our sympathy to his wife Val, his family and his friends.
He will be missed.
United Nations & Overseas Policing Association of Australia (UNOPAA)
83 Prospect Drive, East Keilor. Vic. 3033
Phone: (h) 03 9337 4736. (m) 0418 131 352
HIS Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, approved of the following appointments:
The undermentioned members of the Police Force to be Inspectors under the Liquor Act, 1912, for the Licensing Districts preceding their names, for the dates specified viz.:
Queanbeyan.— Sergeant 1st Class Leslie Lyall Gorman, stationed at Queanbeyan, during the absence on leave of Inspector 2nd Class Percy Roy Hale, from 7th August, 1977, to 20th August, 1977.
R. J. MULOCK, Minister of Justice.