Robert Norman GREAY
Late of ?
Western Australia Police Force
Regd. # 3342
Rank: Detective Sergeant 1st Class – 1983
Stations: ?, Narrogin?, Fremantle CIB, Perth CIB
Service: From ? ? ? to ? ? ? = ? years Service
Awards: National Medal – Granted 9 August 1983
1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 1 May 1987
Born: 27 February 1939
Died on: Friday 18 August 2017
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Event date: ?
Funeral date: Thursday 24 August 2017 @ 11am
Funeral location: St Joseph’s Church, 154 Aberdeen St, Albany, W.A.
Buried at: Allambie Park Cemetery
Memorial located at: ?
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WA POLICE UNION Members are invited to attend the Funeral Service for our late retired member Mr Robert Norman Greay 3342 at St Joseph’s Church, Albany on Thursday (24.08.2017) at 11.00am.
Robert Norman Greay
Location: St Joseph’s Church
Albany WA 6330
Following the service, there will be a procession to Allambie Park Cemetery for interment.
Beverley Times (WA : 1905 – 1977), Thursday 27 June 1963, page 11
Constable R. Greay is at present spending a few days at home on leave from the Narrogin Police station.
Beverley Times (WA : 1905 – 1977), Thursday 31 January 1963, page 10
Quairading Social News
Pat and Ted Daly, accompanied by daughters Dianne and Sandra, spent the long weekend in Albany. Also enjoying the cool climate at Albany were Buster Bloom and Bob Greay.
Last Wednesday a few friends gathered at the home of the Woods family. The impromptu evening was held on the lawn where visitors sipped cool drinks in an effort to combat the heat. Those present included Rodney Bloom, Bob Greay, Don Woods and Nurses Ann Clohessy, Josephine Devine and Ann McDonald
Beverley Times (WA : 1905 – 1977), Thursday 24 January 1963, page 3
Alert Policeman Holds Girls On Car Change
Holidaying policeman Bob Greay made a surprise arrest early Tuesday morning at Quairading.
Constable Greay became suspicious when be noticed three teenage girls drive through town in a black Holden sedan and on an impulse decided to follow them. A few miles from Quairading Bob came upon the Holden off the side of the road.
Stopping to offer assistance he first noticed the car had no ignition keys and after asking the three girls a few questions made an arrest.
Local policeman Frank Brynes then took charge of the situation.
The three girls, all juveniles, were under the care of the Child Welfare Dept. and had driven the stolen Holden from Perth.
Beverley Times (WA : 1905 – 1977), Thursday 24 January 1963, page 9
Quairading Social News
Dining at Newton and Nola Powell’s home “Braemar” on Wednesday night were Robert Greay and Rodney Bloom.
Edgar Richardson, who is to be married in Albany over the long weekend was the guest of honour at a party held at the home of Pat and Ted Daly last Thursday. Friends wishing Edgar future happiness included — Glenis Pearce, Norma Sharrett, Roma Hinkley Dave and Alice Chandler, Barbara and Colin Wehr, Dino Guerinoni, George Pearce, Jim Wake, Rodney Bloom, Bob Greay and Don Woods.