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Vale Serge Florent Respected Honorary Member of ANZROC Victoria

Serge McIntyre phoned to advise the passing of his brother-in-law Serge Florent , Honorary member aged 82 years on 7/02/2022 in Morningside Qsld after battling cancer. Serge McIntyre said that they left Mauritius for Australia together and both joined ANZ. Serge Florent worked in Nominees and then into branches retiring as Senior Lender at Springvale Area Branch.

Vale Ian Lamont one of our oldest Honorary Members aged 101

 

We sadly heard of Ian's passing aged 101. Our Condolences are extended to his family.

 

LAMONT                              IAN                                        101 years            21/12/2021

Ian Lamont enlisted in the Australian Army in August 1941 and at date of discharge on 3/02/1943 his rank was Trooper, HQ2 ARMOURED Brigade. During the two years he had married Joan(now deceased) and on the 4/02/1943  he enlisted in the Royal Australian Air Force discharging with the rank of Leading Aircraftman, Headquarters North Command.

Ian would have had many stories to tell .

Vale John Taylor Respected Honorary Member of ANZROC Victoria

We received advice from Sharyn Taylor of the passing of  our ANZROC Honorary  member J.C. (John) Taylor aged 85 years  on 28/01/2022.

John Brown emailed “ I remember John from our working days and am very sorry to hear that he has passed away.”

Our condolences are extended to Sharyn and her family

The funeral service to celebrate the life of John Charles Taylor will be held at Springvale Botanical Cemetery in the Renowden Chapel

600 Princes Highway, Springvale on Wednesday 9/02/2022 at 3pm

A link to the streaming service follows :

Live stream of John Taylor's funeral

 

 

Vale Bill Gregory - Reported by ANZROC WA

 

Bill would be known to some of our Members and we also pass our condolences to his family.

 

It is with deep regret that I advise members of the passing of Bill
after a long battle with cancer. As Jo and the family are all residing
in Victoria, rather than placing a notice in The West I have arranged
for a bunch of roses to be sent to Jo along with the deepest
sympathies and sincere condolences of ANZROC-WA Members.
Bill was a previous ANZ Staff Club President and many will
remember Bill for his friendship and humour both at work and
socially. Rest in Peace

Vale Dorothy Bailey

We received the message below from Maria Natoli to be shared with our Members

Dorothy Bailey's family has asked me to let ANZROC members know that Dorothy passed away at home on Saturday, 8 January after a battle with cancer.   Dorothy never really recovered from the shock of Will passing away so quickly and unexpectedly.  As per Dorothy's wishes, a private family funeral will be held in a small chapel on Monday, 17 January.

 

 Dorothy and I regularly kept in touch.  She told me that when Will passed, she was overwhelmed with the number of letters, cards, messages, and flowers she received from Will's bank friends.  Many times, she tried to respond, but the task was too daunting and upsetting for her.  I know that Dorothy was very grateful for the thoughtfulness that she and her family received at that time.

 

Our condolences are extended to Dorothy's family