March 2011 girl scout cookies prizes News Former Members of the BSA Police: Whereabouts Now The Web Administrator has recently analysed the nominal roll maintained by him and produced an analysis of where former members of the force are presently resident, according to their submissions via this website.
Eath: Douglas Harold Lyon PR6477 - Air Wing John Seward reports the sad passing of Douglas Lyon on 17 of July 2010, at the age of 88 years, in Mandurah, Australia.
He attended most serious crime scenes in then Rhodesia during his tenure in office.
He commenced his service in the Cadet Branch of the force.Bert joined the BSA Police in March 1950 and served until March 1953, leaving at his own request, with the rank of Constable.He retired with the rank of Chief Inspector on medical grounds after 25 years service in August 1984.Please visit the page with your entry and check the details are correct.After leaving the ZRP, Bob emigrated and took up an appointment with the South African Police Service.
He was an active member of the Western Cape Branch of the Regimental Association.
He was a member of the both the Transvaal gloria's floral & gifts conyers ga and Western Cape Branches of the Regimental Association and was living in Klienmont before his death.Paddy received his commission in January 1967 and continued serving in the Salisbury Central District before taking command of Salisbury South District in 1972.Eath: John Bancroft Standers 8588 Nigel Auld advises, with regret, the death of John Standers on in Hwange, Zimbabwe.Would you prefer a bring and braai or catered braai?Dave Parry, Ken Keens, Dick Evans, Brian Pym, Mike Harvey, Pat Keyser, Roy Edwards.Felix had been a force champion tennis player.Please note the the Okavango images by Mike King did not accompany this newsletter.3 December 2011 Achievements: verizon wireless 10 discount December Birthday Parade Messrs.You will need paint and brushes, perhaps a steady hand too.Please note there has been a change in the Editor of the United Kingdom Outpost and this edition will be Mike's last.
He was the recipient of a Commissioner's Special Commendation (Silver Baton) for bravery, while under fire during a station attack by terrorists.
David served from March 1961 to March 1964, leaving as a Constable.