Farewell to Sgt Bob Moore after 40 years’ service

YOUNGER DAYS: Sgt Bob Moore came to Narooma in 1995 and his service will be celebrated on September 22.

YOUNGER DAYS: Sgt Bob Moore came to Narooma in 1995 and his service will be celebrated on September 22.

The service of former Narooma police officer, Sergeant Bob Moore, will be celebrated in Narooma this month.

Sgt Moore has retired from the force after nearly 40 years’ service and his farewell party will be held on September 22 at Club Narooma, Senior Constable Dawn Critcher said.

“Bob was appointed as the sergeant in charge at Narooma in August 1995 and moved here with his family from Blayney in the central west,” she said.

“He remained as the Officer in Charge at Narooma for eight years before taking up the position of licensing sergeant for the Far South Coast command, which he continued performing  in conjunction with stints back in general duties until his retirement this year.  

“He was able to continue his affiliation with Narooma during this time, as his role was based here, which allowed him to maintain his friendships with the many people that he had dealings with over the years.  

“A farewell is being arranged for Bob, and members of the community that would like to attend to wish Bob and his family best wishes for his retirement are asked to email on crit2daw@police.nsw.gov.au with your attendance details.”

Sgt Bob Moore has now retired from the force.

Sgt Bob Moore has now retired from the force.

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