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104 Sig Sqn Reunion 2022

Its on again at Twin Towns 19-21 July 2022

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(Postpone from July 2021 because of COVID)

Vale John (Dinga) William Bell

John  served with 104 Sig Sqn in South Vietnam as a Radio Operator from 23rd Sept 1969 to 17th Sept 1970.   Dinga passed away on the 18th Oct 2021 after along illness and was a long time member of RASigs.

He leaves Ann (Wife) and family.

Funeral Details 
Service 1200hr Wednesday 27th October.
Burstows Funeral Care, 1020 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba.

No floral tributes by request of family.
A donation box will be in place for donations to Mates for Mates.

A wake is to be held at the Federal Hotel, 111 James Street, Toowoomba at 1400 hr.

Rest in Peace Dinga

Vale Ronald (Ron) Charles McGarry

Ron served with 104 Sig Sqn in South Vietnam  from 25th  Apr 1967 to 9th Apr 1968.   He passed away on the 16th Aug 2021 as reported by the ACT TPI Association. 

He leaves Maree (Wife) and family.

Funeral Details: TBA

Rest in Peace Ron

Vale Gordon Allan Taylor

Gordon served with 104 Sig Sqn in South Vietnam from 17th Jan 1968 to the 7th Jan 1969.  He was a member of Radio Troop AKA F Troop and a national serviceman that did his country proud.  He contributed stories and photos to the 104 Sig Sqn website ensuring our history.  Gordon pass away on the 27th June 2021 after suffering from dementia for a number of years.

Post national service, in the 1980s, Gordon and a couple of others establish the hi-tech printing company QM Industries. It was Sydney based, but they also had a branch in West End, Brisbane. Gordon and his partners managed the company themselves for a number of years, before bringing in professional managers to ready the company for floating on the stock exchange. When Gordon retired and sold his interest in the company he did very well financially. He played golf, but particularly tennis regularly, and a runner in various events (e.g. City2Surf) in his younger days.

He leaves Marilyn (Wife); Evan and Alayne (Children) and their families.

Funeral Details: TBA

Rest in Peace Gordon

Signals Coral Balmoral Veterans awarded the UCG

Signals Coral Balmoral Veterans

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Rest in Peace Alex

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