Terrence Raymond McGLYNN

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Terrence Raymond McGLYNN 

AKA  TERRY & MAGGOTS
Late of NSW

NSW Redfern Police Academy Class # 159

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  17879

Rank: *Terrence was a Rejoinee having only done 1 month as a Probationary Constable

*Probationary Constable – appointed 26 June 1978

Constable – appointed 26 July 1978

Senior Constable – appointed 26 July 1986

Sergeant –

Final Rank = ?

Stations?, Newtown ( 1970’s ), Marrickville ( early 1980’s ), Newtown ( Sgt – 1990’s ), ( Coach of the Newtown Jets Police Rugby League Football Club )

Service 1 NSWPFFrom  ? ? ?  to  ? ? pre June 1978?4 years Service

Between his 1st & 2nd Service with NSWPF, Terry worked as a Psych Nurse at Callan Park Psychiatric Ward.  Terry originally left NSWPF due to the death of his 1st wife having passed away.

Service 2 NSWPF :  From  ? ? pre June 1978?  to  8 November 2001 =  total of 27 years Service

Awards:   National Medal – granted 7 May 1994

1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 26 September 1997

Born:   Thursday 6 March 1947

Died on:   Saturday 12 January 2019

Age:  71 years, 10 months, 6 days

Cause:   Cancer – ?

Event location:   ?

Event date:   ?

Funeral date:   Friday 25 January 2019 @ 10am

Funeral location:   Tweed Chapel, Kirkwood Rd, Tweed Heads, NSW

FUNERAL LIVE STREAM

Wake location:  ?

Funeral Parlour:  ?

Buried at:   Cremated

 Memorial located at:   ?

 

Class 159. Group D. Monday 26 June 1978. Back Row: ( L - R ) K.E. MOORE, P.J. NUMM, R.B. McLENNAN, B.R. MORRIS, J.W. NELSON, R.R. NEWMAN, T.J. O"NEILL, S.K. NAYLOR. Middle Row: R.J. MAUDE, P.L. O'BRIEN, R.G. NICHOLLS, M.H. OWEN, S.T. MUSCAT, P.D. PHILLIPS, N.J. NIXON, Robert N. NORVAL. Front Row: M.L. O'KEEFE, P.G. McINNESS, S.J. McGRATH, K.M. RYNNE, B.E. PARKER, Terrence Raymond McGLYNN ( R.I.P. ), C.M. PLUMMER, J.W. NEWSOME ( Missing: M. PETROVIC )
Class 159. Group D. Monday 26 June 1978.
Back Row: ( L – R )
K.E. MOORE, P.J. NUNN, R.B. McLENNAN, B.R. MORRIS, J.W. NELSON, R.R. NEWMAN, T.J. O”NEILL, S.K. NAYLOR.
Middle Row:
R.J. MAUDE, P.L. O’BRIEN, R.G. NICHOLLS, M.H. OWEN, S.T. MUSCAT, P.D. PHILLIPS, N.J. NIXON, Robert N. NORVAL.
Front Row:
M.L. O’KEEFE, P.G. McINNESS, S.J. McGRATH, K.M. RYNNE, B.E. PARKER, Terrence Raymond McGLYNN ( R.I.P. ), C.M. PLUMMER, J.W. NEWSOME
( Missing: M. PETROVIC )

 

"Peter

Peter NISSEN ( #18778 ) & Terry McGLYNN

"Worked

Worked with Terry at Rozelle Psychiatric Hospital prior to us both joining the job. On the left of photo is Jeff Prentice ( # 14115 ) another ex Psychiatric nurse and NSW Police Officer, Terry in the middle and myself ( Phillip Brand # 14273 ) on right.

"The

Terry is in second row in the middle, did not have his moustache then.
The Callan Park Rugby League team, probably late 1960’s.
Terry is in second row in the middle, did not have his moustache then.

 

TERRY is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance  *NEED MORE INFO

Terrence Raymond McGLYNN

Funeral pamphlet


FURTHER INFORMATION IS NEEDED ABOUT THIS PERSON, THEIR LIFE, THEIR CAREER AND THEIR DEATH.

PLEASE SEND PHOTOS AND INFORMATION TO Cal


May they forever Rest In Peace


By all accounts, Terry appeared to be a great bloke and great policeman who had the respect of all whom worked with him.
He apparently joined the NSWPF some time prior to 1978 and Served for probably 4 years before ” pulling the pin ” and working as a Psychiatric Nurse at Callan Park where he was given the nickname of “Maggots” before eventually returning to the NSWPF where he apparently Served all of his Service at Newtown and Marrickville.
Terry Retired in November 2001 and eventually he and his 2nd wife, Fran, moved to warmer climes in far north NSW.
Terry suffered various conditions which required hospitalisation.  These conditions caused the removal of a leg and also the removal of multiple large skin cancers off his face.
His funeral was recently attended by around 25 of his former mates from the old Newtown Police days.
May he forever Rest In Peace.
Cal

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I worked with Terry at Marrickville Police Station in the early 80’s he was a top bloke and Fran was a lovely lady. My wife (Vickie) and I would like to convey our deepest sympathies to Fran and family over their loss.

He was a real larrakin and I always looked forward to working with him and he will be sadly missed.

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