Lynda LAWRIE

Late of  ?

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  9141670

Rank:  Communications Officer – Civilian

Stations: ?, VKG Communications Officer

ServiceFrom  ? ? ?  to  ? ? ? = 26 years Service

Awards:  No find on It’s An Honour

Born:  24 April 1972 in Liverpool, NSW

Died on:  Saturday  11 March 2017

Age:  44

Cause:  Cancer

Event location:   Mt Druitt Hospital

Event date:   Saturday  11 March 2017

Funeral date:  Thursday  16 March 2017 @ 1pm

Funeral location:  North Chapel, Pinegrove Memorial Park, Kington St, Minchinbury

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May they forever Rest In Peace

Following the death notification issued yesterday, all members are advised that a funeral service for the late Mrs Lynda Lawrie, rego 9141670 is to be held at the North Chapel, Pinegrove Memorial Park, Kington Street, Minchinbury on Thursday, 16 March 2017 at 1300hr. All friends and former colleagues are invited to attend.

The Lawrie family have accepted an offer of police involvement at the funeral service. The Penrith Local Area Command will provide a Guard of Honour at the chapel at the commencement of the service.

 

 

  • Cal lit a candle for Lynda Anne Lawrie
    • 8 seconds ago  12 May 2017
     
    • Dearest Lynda, rest easy my friend and thanks for all the wonderful memories and good times. Your boys did you proud today. It was a beautiful service. You will be missed greatly. Big hugs Claire and Bushy xxx
      Claire Buchtmann signed the Guest Book
      • 2 months ago via mobile
      • Dearest Lynda, rest easy my friend and thanks for all the wonderful memories and good times. Your boys did you proud today. It was a beautiful service. You will be missed greatly. Big hugs Claire and Bushy xxx
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        • Lynda
          To your family I wish them solace and comfort knowing you are no longer in pain. May you rest peacefully. The world is sadder for the loss of a beautiful soul.
          Sambo
          Stephen Samson lit a candle for Lynda Anne Lawrie
          • 2 months ago via mobile
          • RIP Lynda. I hope your great fighting spirit and want to help others, even when it wasn’t going to help you, inspires your boys to be their best. Thank you for becoming my friend, I’m sorry I can’t be there today, I’m still in Yamba xx
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            • Rest in Love Lynda
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                • Lynda I will miss you so much at least your in no more pain thinking of your family today fly high lovely lady love you
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                  • Ann Sanderson lit a candle for Lynda Anne Lawrie
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                    • My heartfelt thoughts are with Lynda’s husband and son’s on this sad occasion, may you cherish your happy memories, Bless you all at this sad time Ann Sanderson
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                      • Love you xx
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                        • My beautiful and amazing friend. Words cannot express just how much having you in my life meant. Not a day will go by where I don’t think of you and remember the amazing, courageous and strong women you were. You are now pain free beautiful angel. Fly high and rest easy. Till we meet again. Forever in our hearts never to be forgotten
                          Esme O’Driscoll lit a candle for Lynda Anne Lawrie
                          • 2 months ago via mobile
                          • RIP my little sister. Your pain and suffering are now gone and I know that you are safe with Dad and David. Thank you for the being the best sister, friend and confidant to me throughout your life. I will miss you more than words can say
                            Until we meet again xxxx
                            Carol Kenny signed the Guest Book
                            • 2 months ago via mobile
                            • My beautiful sister your pain and suffering has now gone and I know that you are now with Dad and David. I will miss you terribly more than words can say. I was always so proud to call you my sister and your love and constant support to me throughout your life has meant so much. Your battle is now over and I want to thank you for being the best sister, friend and confidant ever to me. RIP my little sister. Until we meet again xxxxxx
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                              Feb 21, 2017

                              Fundraising for Lynda Lawrie, Police radio operator

                              Lynda is suffering from terminal cancer. Her colleagues have established a ‘Go Fund Me’ page to raise money to provide facilities which will enable relatives of cancer sufferers to stay overnight at the hospital.

                              The fundraising page can be found at https://www.gofundme.com/lyndas-thank-you-to-ward4c-nccc.

                              March 4 ·

                              Lynda Lawrie has been prescribed medical cannabis through ABC Cannabis medical clinic. The government have blocked her access. Share to help the dying mother have relief from pain in her final days.


                              Any Cancer patients needing a prescriber for medical cannabis please register on our website.
                              https://abccannabis.com.au/

                              Boy suffers aneurysm after alleged attack in schoolyard

                              Rachel Olding

                              • Rachel Olding

                              A high school student has reportedly suffered an aneurysm after an attack by a schoolyard bully.

                              Josh Lawrie, 15, was allegedly attacked last Monday at St Dominic’s College, a Catholic school in Kingswood, in western Sydney, Channel 7 News reported.

                              Josh Lawrie after the 'one punch' attack. Photo: Channel 7

                              Josh Lawrie after the ‘one punch’ attack. Photo: Channel 7

                              He was reportedly walking through the schoolyard at lunchtime and was punched from behind by a student, who has since been suspended.

                              He continued to be punched while face-down on the ground until a friend intervened, Channel 7 News said.

                              Josh and his father Richard Lawrie shown in his hospital ward at Nepean Hospital. Photo: Channel 7

                              Josh and his father Richard Lawrie shown in his hospital ward at Nepean Hospital. Photo: Channel 7

                              “The next thing I remember is being in the bathroom washing my face,” Josh said.

                              A police spokesman confirmed that Josh and his mother went to St Mary’s police station on Tuesday, the day after the incident, to report “an assault which is alleged to have occurred at a local high school”.

                              “After reporting the matter to police, the teen was taken to hospital by his mother for scans and treatment of head injuries,” the spokesman said.

                              Channel 7 News reported that the school initially sent Josh home with his mother Lynda Lawrie, rather than calling an ambulance.

                              Josh Lawrie in his hospital bed at Nepean Hospital. Photo: Channel 7

                              Josh Lawrie in his hospital bed at Nepean Hospital. Photo: Channel 7

                              The aneurysm only surfaced during later scans.

                              The teenager has since undergone brain surgery and will spend his school holidays in hospital.

                              “I’ve … got a major brain problem and he’s just going to get a suspension for that,” Josh told Channel 7 News.

                              “He’s wrecked my life and he’ll only get a slap on the wrist.

                              “I don’t think that’s really good enough,” he said.

                              Channel 7 News reported that Josh has been told by doctors that he won’t be able to play sport again and will have to take blood thinning medication for the rest of his life.

                              Josh has been repeatedly bullied at the school and his parents told Channel 7 News that they believe the offender should be held accountable.

                              Ms Lawrie said that the first thing she was asked when she brought her son to the hospital was why he wasn’t taken in by an ambulance.

                              His father Richard Lawrie said “young fellas have to realise what they are doing” and think about the consequences of their actions.

                              A police spokesman said: “Police have obtained a number of statements and are now conducting inquiries into the matter.”

                              The school has not released an official comment but told Channel 7 News that there are two sides to the story.

                              http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/boy-suffers-aneurysm-after-alleged-one-punch-attack-in-schoolyard-20150921-gjrlp8.html

                               

                               

                              The Lynda Lawrie Police Relay Team

                              We’ve raised

                              $4,888.43

                              Our Relay goal

                              $2,000.00

                              Our reason to Relay…

                              Thank you for visiting our team page. Relay For Life is our opportunity to join together to make a difference in our community. Each year thousands of Australians participate in Relays across Australia and our team is proud to be part of that. By joining or donating to our team, you will be helping Cancer Council save even more lives.  New South Wales Police Force take great pride in attending this years event for the 6th time.  This is a great community event and is a great way for Police to interact with our community in a positive way.  We once again look forward to meeting some fantastic people and engaging our community.

                              We’re aiming high – help us reach our fundraising goal!

                              Paula Douglas

                              From Canada to you all, Thank you for doing this for my cousin, the boys and Lynda’s memory.
                              Richard is my cousin and we are all devastated by the loss of Lynda.
                              So we send our support and thanks to you all. �♡�
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