Past Employees | Western Transport Museum

Vale Steve Jones

Lockyer Valley Mayor Steve Jones passed away on Saturday 20 March 2016 following a massive stroke on Thursday 18 March.

We pay tribute to Steve and recognise his contribution not only to the Lockyer Valley but to the Queensland Transport Museum. Our deepest sympathy goes to his wife Ann, his children and immediate family.

Steve's hard work and enthusiasm for the Transport Museum will be sadly missed. We have lost a man of integrity and drive who has left many lasting legacies.  One of them being our magnificent Cultural Centre and Transport Museum in Gatton.

Bernard (Bernie) William Hill

It is with deepest sadness that we advise of the passing of Bernard (Bernie) William Hill at Toowoomba on 4 May 2011.
Bernie was 87 years of age and died after a short illness.
His funeral service was held at Toowoomba on Tuesday 10 May 2011.
Bernie worked for Western Transport from 1939, with a break for World War Two. He rejoined the company after the war and continued in the service of the company until it was sold in 1972.
He will be sadly missed by his family and his mates.

Our condolence to the family and friends of
Jim Dionysius who passed away 18 December 2010 - Western Transport Valued Employee for 5 years

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