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Article in News section at left on work by Stephen Stansfield to restore Blood Box “NORMA JEAN

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VALE:

213376 WO1(Rtd) Harold (Harry) Butterworth 05/4/42 - 25/9/18, Harry passed away at 1445 hrs on the 25/9/18 Harry was diagnosed with Oesophageal Cancer.

Harry served in South Vietnam with 7 RAR & 8 Fd Amb, Harry was the RSM of 1st Field Hospital in the 70's.

He was the Soldier's Soldier, fine RSM everyone knew where the stood from the very top to the OR's. Harry was a credit to the Corps and will be missed by all that had the pleasure of serving with him or that knew him.

Our prayers, thoughts and Codolances go to Harry's wife Mary and Family.

"Lest We Forget"

Funeral details for Harry Butterworth.
5 October at 1000hrs.
Des Allen and Co. Funeral Directors
7 Phoebe Crescent
Kensington
Medals to be worn.
Wake to be at the Coral Cove Golf Club.

Kensington is a suburb of Bundaberg and I am told it is better to put Kensington into a GPS rather than Bundaberg.
Please distribute this info widely.

 

 

 

 

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Is marched on for the Farewell Parade of 9 Field Ambulance at Lavarack Barracks on 27 November, 1993. The Banner is carried by Lt. Michael Delaney(centre), and escorted by WO2. Peter Simmonds (L) and Sgt. Leigh Duncan.(R). (Photo courtesy Judy Delaney (Wilson)

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