NSW Goulburn Police Academy Class # 237H ( Last of the 12 Week classes )
New South Wales Police Force
ProCst # 60629
Regd. # 25674
Rank: Commenced Training at Goulburn Academy on ? June 1988
Probationary Constable- appointed 9 September 1988 ( aged 26 years, 9 months & 4 days )
Constable – appointed ? ? ?
Constable 1st Class – appointed ? ? ?
Detective – appointed ? ? ? ( YES )
Senior Constable – appointed ? ? ?
Final Rank = Detective Senior Constable
Stations: ?, Anti Theft Unit – Eastern Suburbs District (Bondi)( early 1990s ), Mascot Detectives ( early 1990s ), Broken Hill ( late 1990s ), Inverell, ( Sydney 2000 Olympics at Bondi Beach Volley Ball Venue ) – Disengagement on 26 August 2002
Service: From? June 1988 ? to26 August 2002 = 13 years Service
Awards: No Find on Australian Honours
Born: Tuesday 5 December 1961
Died on: Monday 13 July 2020
Age: 58 years, 7 months & 8 days
Cause: Cancer – Brain. Diagnosed with Stage 4 in early 2019
Event location: ?
Event date: ?
Funeral date: Tuesday 21 July 2020 @ 1.3opm
Funeral location: Newcastle City Hall, 290 King St, Newcastle, NSW
( Due to current Govt. restrictions of the 4 square metre rule at a Funeral due to the Cornona19 Virus Pandemic – this will be a Private Funeral )
Future Wake location: ??? TBA
( Due to current Govt. restrictions of 50 persons only at ‘Gatherings’, there won’t be an immediate Wake )
Future Wake date: ???
( Due to current Govt. restrictions on ‘Gatherings’ due to Corona19 Virus Pandemic, some families may wish to have a Memorial Service / Wake with friends and family at a later date )
Funeral Parlour: James Murray Funeral Directors, Broadmeadow, NSW
Buried at: ?
Memorial / Plaque / Monument located at: ?
Dedication date of Memorial / Plaque / Monument: Nil – at this time ( July 2020 )
MUZZA is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance *NEED MORE INFO
FURTHER INFORMATION IS NEEDED ABOUT THIS PERSON, THEIR LIFE, THEIR CAREER AND THEIR DEATH.
A beautiful service for beautiful, kind, funny and exceptional man. I first spotted Murray in Woolworths in Grafton and thought he was absolutely gorgeous – and he was, inside and out. We became friends but lost touch. We met up again some 20 years later and remained in contact . I was always amazed at what he was up to – he led such an interesting life and no doubt impacted on so many in good ways. A life well lived – he was loved by many. RIP Murray, Sally and Grace xx
Sally Rhodes 1 week ago
Murray – we will miss you. Such a beautiful soul. Strong and gentle man. A great friend. All our love, Stephen (Murphy) and Suzie. XXXX
Sue Blatchford 1 week ago
Murray was a man of very high personal and professional standards. He spent his life protecting others, putting the lives and well-being of others before his own. He had a sharp mind and a very dry wit. I will always remember sitting in his TV room filling in my notes while he was watching British Train Journeys. Murray made a statement about the presenter, Saying, ” That block can fight.” I looked at the TV and said, “How do you know that?” Murray said, says, yeah , he’s a really good fighter for sure!” Again l looked at the TV presented and notice the very bright hot pink trousers and fluro green shirt with red shinning shoes and l burst out laughing! I realised he was saying that the presenter had to be a great fighter to wear those clothes and survive. Such was the diversity of Murrays personality. I could honestly say that Murray always emitted a sense of safety and comfort whenever you were around him. It was difficult for him to accept the support as he was such an independent and strong person but eventually forged strong and lasting friendships in the least likely places. I feel blessed to have known him and grateful for the memories. RIP Murray, until we meet again.
Eleanor Poi 1 week ago
An Officer and a gentleman RIP In our prayers always Pete & Kaye Scott
Kaye Scott 1 week ago
Kind at heart, cherished by the heart. Deep in thought, thought of deeply. Explorer, adventure awaits you Murray. May your kindness, and sense of adventure bring you love and light in the next world. God bless love Jodie, Andrew and Andy xox
Jodie Conley 1 week ago
Muz Wilson was undoubtedly the coolest cop I ever met. He had a effortless way about him and was larger than life. That said he cared deeply about his profession and always did the right thing. The world is a lesser place without him in it Critch
Rob Critchlow 1 week ago
Muzza, there are no words that can describe the sadness all your friends and family feel. It would be hard pressed to find anyone who didn’t love and respect you mate, even the many crooks you ushered into the dock! You took me under your wing and were like a big brother when Bondi & Waverley Detectives joined as one, now known as Eastern Suburbs. Many a young Police Officer would later learn from your distinct style. I’ll always remember the numerous Sunday sessions at watering holes around the Eastern Suburbs and the occasional motor bike ride to various locations. A specific memory comes to mind when a few of us travelled by the Indian Pacific train from Sydney to Broken Hill (19 hrs) to visit your new digs after you transferred there. Train cattle class wasn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Nevertheless, you showed us around and we had a ball..! As fate would later have it, we found ourselves living beside one another in Kirra (QLD) opposite the beach for a period of time before you headed up to the Northern Territory for work. You were taken to young. I am sorry that I am unable to attend your funeral service in person. I will be thinking of you, your family and the many memories whilst viewing on line. Rest in peace my friend. Cameron Miller (Burger)
Cameron Miller 1 week ago
RIP Muzza! Gone way too soon. A great bloke, great colleague and a true gentleman. We shared many laughs and work shifts together at Waverley! I’m sure there’s a cold beer or two and an immaculate EH Holden waiting for you in heaven ❤️ God Speed – you will be missed by many Xx
Sue Miller 2 weeks ago
Muzz – your beautiful cheeky smile will be so very missed by so so many xxx
Therese Craner 2 weeks ago
Murray was a great mate we went to South Grafton high school and shared a house in coogee Sydney in the Early 80s he was always fun .We would catch up every few years and fill in the gaps of our lives and what we were all up too in our adult life. He will be missed , he had the most amazing journeys for such a short life ❤❤❤ loved ya Muzz Essy XXX