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Farewell Robin Randall

Updated: May 13



It is with deep sadness that we make this post. Our much valued and dearly loved Life Member Robin Randall passed away last Friday, 3rd May.  Marine Rescue Jurien Bay would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to his family and friends, and especially his dear wife Jan, daughter Sandra and son Stephen.

 

Robin was a volunteer with Marine Rescue Jurien Bay for over 30 years. He wore many hats during his time with our Group – boat crew, skipper, commander, secretary, radio operator (tower and home base), radio training officer, and was a long-term committee member. Robin also conducted RST training courses and assessments for many years – and donated his fees for this to our Group. He will be greatly missed by all.

 

Robin volunteered extensively to make our world a better place. As well as his time with us at Marine Rescue, he spent 30 years as a volunteer fire control officer in the Badgingarra Brigade, he was a community car driver taking people to Perth from Jurien for health appointments and was a St John’s Ambulance driver for a short time in the 1990s. He also won community awards such as Citizen of the Year and the National Medal (and BAR) from the Prime Minister's Office.

 

Robin, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your service, your friendship, your vast knowledge and your willingness to help and serve your community – you were a true gentleman and an outstanding citizen. R.I.P. Robin - your shift is complete.

 

The celebration of Robin’s life will be held on Wednesday, 15 May 2024, at 1.00 pm at Pinnaroo Valley East Chapel, Gibson Avenue, Padbury. Robin’s family welcome all who knew Robin to attend.

 

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