Lyndall Margaret DURBRIDGE  – nee HARRIS ( wife to John DURBRIDGE from BCI )

( late of Orangeville )

New South Wales Police Force

Police Academy Class 209

Regd. # 21983

Rank:  Sergeant – retired

Stations?, Eastern Suburbs District Office ( 1990’s ), Botany Bay – retirement

ServiceFrom  to  27 March 2003 = 18 years Service

Awards:  National Medal – granted 6 April 2001

Born:  26 January 1962

Died on:  Wednesday  6 January 2016

Cause:  Cancer

Age:  53

Funeral date:  Wednesday  13 January 2016 @ 1.30pm

Funeral location:  St Judes Church, 106 Avoca St, Randwick

Buried at?

 Memorial at?

 

Lyndall DURBRIDGE - nee HARRIS - NSWPF - Died 6 Jan 2016

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

 

 

 Funeral location


FURTHER INFORMATION IS NEEDED ABOUT THIS PERSON, THEIR LIFE, THEIR CAREER AND THEIR DEATH.

PLEASE SEND PHOTOS AND INFORMATION TO Cal

 

DURBRIDGE, Lyndall Margaret
Late of Orangeville
Formerly of Malabar
Passed away peacefully January 6, 2016.
Beloved wife of John, adored daughter of Meg and Bruce.
Much loved sister of Andrew and Phillip.
Aged 53 years
Will be sadly missed by family and friends.
LYNDALL’S family and friends are warmly invited to attend her Funeral Service to be held at St Jude’s Anglican Church, 104 Avoca Street, Randwick on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 commencing at 1:30pm.
Maroubra 9314-2778
Australian Owned Member of AFDA
Funerals
Published in The Daily Telegraph on 11/01/2016

http://tributes.dailytelegraph.com.au/notice/233922058/view#sthash.ndpBy9eZ.dpuf

 

 

via Graham Maranda – RRRR FB page

Lyndall Durbridge nee Harris passed away last Wednesday night after a long battle with a very complicated type of cancer. Lyndall worked in the Eastern Suburbs District Officer in the 1990s.

Her funeral will be held next Wednesday the 13th January 2016 at St Judes Church, 106 Avoca St, Randwick at 1.30pm and afterwards at Randwick Golf Club.

Posted on behalf of Kara Leonard.
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On a personal note, my work over a number of years required continuous interactions with Lyndall whilst she worked at the District Office. Lyndall was simply a lovely young lady who always offered a smile, was soft spoken, sincere and loved a giggle. Lyndall was a loyal and professional Police Officer.

 

Dear Lyndall, you will be the brightest star in the night sky, and when those who love you look up you will sparkle, and they will know you are watching over them and your pain is no more.
Rest in Peace beautiful Lady
Colleen lit a candle
Sydney, Australia
May you now Rest in Peace Lyndall and look out for  John at his most difficult time. God Bless from all of us xx
Jacinta Samiakos lit a candle
Riverview, Australia
Your determination to fight the disease is evidence of you strength Lyndall. Your ongoing support between John and yourself through this ordeal is your special love for each other. Prayers and loving thoughts. John 5:28
Luke Bordin lit a candle
Melbourne, Australia
May you forever Rest In Peace Lyndall.
Greg Callander lit a candle
Australia
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