Stephen Duane HEARN
Late of Mooloolaba, Qld
NSW Police Cadet # 3265
NSW Redfern Police Academy Class # 157 OR 158
New South Wales Police Force
Regd. # 17842
Rank: NSW Police Cadet – commenced 5 July 1976
Probationary Constable – appointed 31 January 1978
Constable – appointed 31 January 1979
Senior Constable – appointed 31 January 1987
Appears in 1988 Stud Book but Does NOT appear in 1989 Stud Book
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Stations: ?, Hurstville HWP 1980’s?, Crime & Misconduct Commission – Retired
Work after Policing: Executive role for Qld Health – Medical Investigations
Service: From 5 July 1976 to ? ? ? = ? years Service
Awards: No find on It’s An Honour
Born: Wednesday 28 January 1959
Died on: Sunday 9 June 2019 surrounded by family
Cause: Motor Neuron disease – MND – ( a battle of 9 years )
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[alert_yellow] STEVE is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance[/alert_yellow] *NEED MORE INFO
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May they forever Rest In Peace
R.I.P. STEVE HEARN
From Rick Del Monte regarding the passing of Steve Hearn.
Could you let the group know that ex-cadet Steve Hearn passed away last night. He had just turned 60 in January of this year and was surrounded by family when he passed.
Steve had not been well having contracted Motor Neuron Disease (MND) some years ago and eventually succumbed to it.
He is survived by his beautiful, caring wife Ingrid and his much loved 10 year old son Brandon.
Kevin Clews and I visited Steve late last year and although he was immobile, he retained his quick wit and brilliant sense of humour.
Funeral arrangements are yet to be confirmed however, I will let you know once details are known in case any of the group wanted to pay their respects.
A truly wonderful bloke, a proud man and a loving husband and father. Another good one gone – a true friend now resting. Thanks mate. Rick