Rex Lionel RIENECKER
( Late of Dapto )
New South Wales Police Force
Regd. # 4984
Rank: Probationary Constable – appointed 21 January 1946
Sergeant 1st Class – appointed 1 June 1972 – retired
Stations: ?, Gosford STP, Lithgow PSB ( Public Safety Bureau ), Gosford PSB ( again? ), Wollongong ( 82 Division ) – retirement
Service: From ? to 28 April 1981 = 35 years Service
Awards: ? – nil found on It’s An Honour
Born: 20 November 1912
Died on: Tuesday 8 March 2016
Funeral date: Tuesday 15 March 2016 @ 11.30am
Funeral location: Uniting Church, 122 Princes Highway, DAPTO
Buried at: ?
Memorial at: ?
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Rex, may you forever Rest In Peace.
REX LIONEL RIENECKER
RIENECKER REX LIONEL
The family would like to extend their thanks to the staff of 3rd Level, Wollongong Private Hospital.
Aged 91 Years
God has you in his keeping,
we have you in our hearts
Relatives and friends are invited to attend a funeral service for Rex to be held at Uniting Church, 122 Princes Highway Dapto on Tuesday 15th March, 2016 at 11:30am.
GOSFORD. Saturday. Constable Rex Lionel Rienecker, 30, of Gosford traffic police, was injured in a collision on the Pacific Highway, five miles north of Gosford, this afternoon.
He was chasing a speeding driver when his motor cycle collided with a vehicle which came out from a side road.
Constable Rienecker was hurled to the road.
An ambulance this evening took him 53 miles to Newcastle District Hospital, where he was admitted with a fractured right forearm, severe abrasions to the head and legs, and possible fractured ribs.
Three Gosford police constables Rex Rienecker, R. J, Sawers, and Dick Cox, have been promoted to constables 1st class. The promotions have been held up for some time because appeals by police in other areas against promotion to other men, had to be heard first. Const. Rienecker, of Gosford’s traffic branch, has been two and a half years in the district. Const. Sawers, the lock up keeper, has been 19 months here, while Det. Cox has been in Gosford for two years.