William John JAMES – OAM

aka  Bill

( late of Shellharbour )

New South Wales Police Force

RankVolunteer In Policing ( V.I.P. )

Stations:  Lake Illawarra ( Warilla & Oak Flats )

ServiceFrom  ? ? 1996 to  2 March 2016

Awards: Medal of the Order of Australia ( OAM ) – granted 10 June 2002

Citation for OAM – For service to the community, particularly through sport on the south coast of NSW.

Rotary Clubs of NSW V.I.P. of the Year Award 2011 winner

Born:  5 September 1935

Died on:  Thursday  3 March 2016

Cause:  Heart attack

Age?

Funeral date:  Thursday  10 March 2016 @ 11am

Funeral location:  All Saints Catholic Church, College Ave, Shellharbour City, NSW

Buried at?TBA

 Memorial at?TBA

William - Bill - JAMES 2 - VIP - Lake Illawarra - died 2 Mar 2016

 

 Funeral location


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Bill James was a long time, and original V.I.P. who stated work out of the old Warilla Police Station ( Lake Illawarra LAC ) in 1996.

Bill retired from V.I.P’s prior to the Station being moved to Oak Flats.

Bill, upon retiring from his career job, applied for a VIP role at the suggestion of his wife.  He said he enjoyed his work with the police for a number of reasons.

I like everything about it – keeps me active and I like working with all the police and staff, they are a great crew.  This role has been eye-opening and I really appreciate all the work the police do.  It’s great to be able to help them out and my family are very pleased with what I do.

 
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