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104 Sig Sqn Reunion 2022


Its on again at Twin Towns 19-21 July 2022

See
http://2021.au104.org/ for full details


(Postpone from July 2021 because of COVID)


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


Vale Keith Paul Morel

Keith served with 104 Sig Sqn in South Vietnam 14th Jan 1969 to 14th Jan 1970.  He was the third Officer Commanding (OC) to command the Squadron in the Vietnam War and was awarded a Mention in Dispatches (MiD) for his service.  He passed away on the 1st May 2021.   Keith was a long serving  RASigs Officer and retired at a very senior rank. 

Funeral details:  TBA

Rest in Peace Keith


Vale Clive (Charlie) Alexander Browne

Charlie served with 104 Sig Sqn in South Vietnam 19th Aug to 4th Nov 1971.  He passed away 5th May 2021 from brain cancer.  Charlie was a radio operator national serviceman and did his country proud!

Funeral details: TBA

Rest in Peace Charlie


Vale  Bernard (Bernie) James Gibson
(late Advise)

Bernie served with 104 Sig Sqn in South Vietnam 9th  Apr 68 to 17th Mar 69 and was a veteran of the Battle of Coral Balmoral.    He passed away peacefully on Tuesday 7th April 2020
at age 73 years.

A private service was held for Bernie on Tuesday 14th April 2020.

UCG

Rest in Peace Bernie 


Signals Coral Balmoral Veterans awarded the UCG

Signals Coral Balmoral Veterans

For details on Signals at the Battle of Coral Balmoral and many photos go to: 
www.coral-balmoral.au104.org
(See menu options for photos from FSPB's Coral and Balmoral)

UCG

Rest in Peace Alex


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