Stanley George HEMING

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Stanley George HEMING

Late of Oberon

New South Wales Police Force

[alert_yellow]Regd. #  12273[/alert_yellow]

Rank:  Probationary Constable – appointed 12 December 1966

Constable – appointed 12 December 1967

Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed 22 October 1982

Stations: ?, Regent St Traffic ( 1969 / 70 ), North Sydney STP (  1970’s ), Five Dock HWP, Flemington HWP ( 32 Division ), Parramatta HWP, Windsor HWP – Stationed at Richmond, Ashfield, Ermington, Balmain, Manly, Quakers Hill HWP – Retirement

ServiceFrom  ? ? pre December 1966?  to  21 July 2001 = 35 years Service

Awards:  National Medal – granted 22 April 1983

1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 27 August 1992

Born:  7 April 1946

Died on:  Friday  13 October 2017

Age:  71

Cause:  Cancer

Event location:   ?

Event date:   ?

Funeral date:  Wednesday  25 October 2017 @ 1pm

Funeral location:  North Chapel, Pinegrove Memorial Park, Great Western Hwy, Minchinbury

Wake at:  Rooty Hill RSL

Buried at:  Cremated.  Ashes collected by family and returned to the farm

 Memorial located at?

Stan

Stan on the right.
Stan on the right.

 

Heming family
Heming family

 

Stanley George HEMING

Stanley George HEMING

[alert_yellow]STAN is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance[/alert_yellow]  *NEED MORE INFO

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Stan was, apparently, a very tall man at 6′ 6″ of 5′ 19″, with plenty of stories to tell and being told about him  Love his blue singlet and a rollie cigarette.  A legend of a man.

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I also met Stan when I worked at North Sydney HWP. I also remember the collection of bikie colours that he had displayed. Stan was very tall and I recall a group of us in the laneway behind the HWP at Nth Sydney. We watched Stan ride his bike down the lane. His head was well above the faring screen, elbows protruding out and those long legs. I’ve lived on the Bathurst Bike Race stories and Stan’s unique way of dealing with ‘hoods’ for years. Nice bloke. RIP Stan.

I first met Stan at the North Sydney STP when I transferred there in early 1975. He was one of my “trainers” and I learnt a lot from this guy. I looked up to him in more ways then one and I remember his Wall of Fame in a spare room where he kept the confiscated colours of several bikie groups. I used to enjoy our runs out to the Sylvania area after Clearway or Bridge duties looking for the Cossaks who frequented the Sylvania Hotel. I worked with Stan at North Sydney and again at Flemington, Parramatta and Richmond.… Read more »

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