On Eternal Patrol
LSCKSM Michael McCall
Travel safe mate see you on the next patrol
Philip (Blue) Lees email@example.com
Really sorry to lose
another of my buddies in boats, he was a real character sometimes not a class
act but always ready to help out a mate.
I worked with blue at the Hyde Park Memorial for a while before I moved to Holbrook. One morning he and I had the early start cleaning shift we arrived at work and always had a walk around the perimeter to check for graffiti and other unsavoury thing left behind by the ferals that live in the park at night, any blue heads up the steps to the balcony area and has a look around up there, next thing I hear is Blue screaming like a girl in distress so race up stairs to find him not screaming but rolling around on the floor laughing, as two very odd blokes were washing there nether regions under the cold water tap, it seems that they had fallen in love with each other the night before and couldn't afford a hotel.
Rod Peters firstname.lastname@example.org
To Robyn, Anne and all of Blues family please accept my personal condolences on your loss and that of all of us in the Submarines Association Australia. Blue was a true friend, mate and Submariner. He will be missed by us all. His smile, warm heart and always being there whenever you might be in town for a beer and a chat. I feel privileged to have served with him and been his friend. God Bless. Lest we Forget.
Darren Thompson email@example.com
So sad to lose another X Submariner again. Blue Joined the Navy Either X-Y or Z.-A I was in B-C at HMAS Cerberus in 1972 went on to be a Steward served with him as that rank and then changed Rate to Cook. Will be Missed.
POCKSM Jamie Arnold