ANZ Retired Officers' Club (VIC)


Vale Len Carr Respected Honorary Member of ANZROC Victoria


Fiona Cranny, daughter of Len Carr advised of her father’s passing on 27/09/2020 aged 82 years after a short illness with late diagnosis of lung cancer. Fiona said that her father joined the bank in Bendigo followed by a journey around country Victoria that included terms in Bendigo, Ballarat, Pakenham, Mildura, Geelong and suburbs and on retirement Len had been manager Corio and finally Belmont in Geelong.


Apart from his career in banking and caring for his family he had two passions in life. The first was his love of music and singing, often  performing in musical theatre and light opera in Bendigo and Geelong Light Opera groups. His second was the Belmont Bowls Club where after retirement he served in management and treasurer roles for more than 20 years.


Our condolences were extended to Fiona , her mother Norma and the family.

Vale Alan Boak Respected Honorary Member of ANZROC Victoria


Alan’s passing on 22/09/2020 aged 85 was noted in the Age newspaper 23/09/2020 .

Alan was a regular contributor to our ANZROC newsletter  and our condolences are extended to his widow Diane and their family.


Vale Ross De Morton Respected Member of ANZROC Victoria


ANZROC member John Gawne emailed “A note to inform you that sadly my good friend and work colleague Ross de Morton passed away on Saturday night (19/09/2020) in Horsham aged 75.

Ross unfortunately suffered two severe strokes in recent weeks. He was Operations Manager Gippsland under the old Area Concept, Manager Kooweerup, Leongatha, Morwell, Lending Manager Gippsland and District Manager West Gippsland.
Coming from Essendon and  a staunch supporter of the Bombers he also worked at Marnoo, Stawell and also the launch of Bankcard.
Ross and I in recent years spent grand final day together, sadly no more.”

Our condolences are extended to Ross's family

ANZ Bank Wellbeing webcast with CEO Shayne Elliott


You are invited to join Shayne Elliott, ANZ CEO, Kathryn van der Merwe, ANZ Group Executive Talent and Culture and Evelyn Gomo, Clinical Manager with Benestar for a webcast focused on how to maintain your wellbeing during these challenging times.  



Tuesday, 29 September, 11:00am AEST   Registration link:


Please carefully follow the instructions below for the best experience:

  • Open the webcast registration link below a 10 minutes prior to the webcast.

  • Register for the webcast with your details (Name & Email Address).
  • Stay on the webcast screen and press the “play” button to be able to listen to the webcast
  • Close any other windows open on your computer that are connected to another audio or video source such as YouTube.
  • If you are having consistent issues, try refreshing the page.



  1. This will be an audio only Webcast  there will be a holding slide with audio streaming through- there is no listener interaction.
  2. A recording will be made available on the ANZROC website


Thank you to ANZROC Victoria welfare officers Joan Nathan, Kathy Trace and committee members for their contribution to the webcast planning.