Barrie James Ritchie DAWSON (31/8/2020):
Richard Nott advised 2/9/20: Barrie died in a home at St Ives on Monday night. I spent some time with him that day but he was unconscious. We worked at Mullumbimby together 1957-59 and we kept in touch. His daughter Trish said she would let me know of funeral arrangements probably at either Lindfield or Roseville next week.Mary Lamborn's uncle Ted was manager at Mullum during our days along with Frank Condon whom I have let know.
Barrie was accountant at Coffs Harbour manager Cobar and in Loans and Funds for awhile. His wife Edna Moore was in the bank at Kyogle and her brother Calvin Moore was with the bank as well. I think Barrie had a stroke/dementia aged around 87 I think.
Rowan Raymond-Jones advised: Barrie had a lovely funeral service. Richard Nott and CBCer John Moore (Barrie's brother in law) were there and I represented the Club. Both of Barrie's daughters spoke eloquently as did his grandchildren and each family member had a part in the service.
David DEEBLE (24/11/2011):
Des Akers advised: you probably have seen the death notice in todayís Herald Sun.
Sadly, David died at home on 24th age 71. There will be a private family funeral and a memorial service is to be announced in later papers.
Sorry for the rush but we are out of town tomorrow seeing Coralís Dad Tom at Nagambie.
Coral and I canít be at the Service as we are leaving Melbourne on Monday for two weeks R&R but have sent a note to Judy.
Many thanks for advising the passing of David Deeble on 24th November 2011.
I have only returned from Noosa today Saturday 3rd December 2011 and unfortunately missed the Memorial service held on Friday 2nd December 2011.
David was my State Manager in W.A during 1981 when I was transferred as Melbourne Office Accountant to Manager Fremantle Branch W.A My wife Judy and I will always remember David and his wife Judy for their kindness and hospitality from the time we arrived in W.A. until when David and his wife Judy returned to Melbourne after the merger with the NAB. John and Judy Brophy.
Edith Judith DEEBLE (11/2019):
John Gall OAM advised: I note in the Melbourne Press yesterday the death of Edith Judith Deeble, the widow of the late David Deeble a retired Senior CBC Officer who passed away some years ago. David spent most of his career in Victoria but was well known to many Sydney colleagues. My memory is that apart from many other appointments, David was Chief Manager, Canberra & ACT and Chief Manager, Western Australia and Judy was well known to many CBC people.
Brian DIXON (9/2007):
Jim DORWARD (18/1/2012):
Peter Lole advised Gwen McBeth "You may already know but very sad to report that Jim Dorward suddenly passed away on Wednesday. His wife Betty and family will be obviously devastated. He loved his Golf at Flinders and won the comp. on Tuesday (A grade) . Started work with him on 20/2/58 at 203 Elizabeth St. Branch. We saw a lot of each other especially living in the same town and shared the odd beer and story.. Also sad to hear about John Boadle Ė a lovely man. Regards, Peter".
Pauline DREW (5/2020):
Arthur DOWELL (6/1/2015):
Norma Patricia DUFF (nee McAnnally) (19/6/2010):
Thomas Anthony DURKIN (4/41942 - 6/7/2018)
John Beer advised: Late of Canowrindra, formerly of Wahroonga, husband of Patricia (deceased), brother to Des. To was on staff of Goodooga and Canberra Office.
A R (Rex) DYSON (20/9/31 - 26/5/2020)
Wayne Linnert advised: It is with sadness that I advise the passing of Rex who was a Life Member of our Club. Rex joined the Bank on 05/03/1951 and worked in branches in NSW country & city branches as well as several Queensland branches. Rex was Regional Manager, Wollongong when he retired on 07/06/1980. I have passed on our Clubís deepest condolences to Rexís wife June.
Scott Marname, Presidend NABROC NSW advised: Members, I have just been advised of the recent passing of our member Arthur Rex Dyson, known throughout his career as Rex.
The family service was conducted in terms of the COVID restrictions applicable at the time.
Prior to joining the bank in 1951, at Milton NSW, Rex worked for a Chartered Accountants firm. In his 38 year banking career, he worked in many branches and his initial managerial appointment was at Ungarie branch NSW. His career included appointments to Bundaberg Qld, the northern beaches areas of Sydney including Dee Why & Manly, Southport Qld, Orange ,Tamworth, and the Central Coast of NSW. Rexs' career also included Regional Lending Manager roles and he retired from Wollongong branch on June 7,1989.
Rex was a keen golfer and was a member of the Castle Hill Country Club for 30 years,
he was also an active Probus Club member.
Survived by his wife June and their two sons, who live locally, June advised that Rexs' greatest joys related to his family; they would have celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary this year.
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