Stanley Thomas HILL

Badge Number: SALM367, Sub Branch: Aldgate, Stirling

HILL, Stanley Thomas

Service Numbers: SX39164, S36620
Enlisted: 24 August 1943, In The Field, SA
Last Rank: Private
Last Unit: General / Motor Transport Company/ies
Born: Scotts Creek, SA, 19 July 1920
Home Town: Pennington, Charles Sturt, South Australia
Schooling: Not yet discovered
Occupation: Not yet discovered
Memorials: Scott's Creek Honour Roll
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World War 2 Service

24 Aug 1943: Involvement Driver, SN SX39164
24 Aug 1943: Involvement Driver, SN S36620
24 Aug 1943: Enlisted In The Field, SA
24 Aug 1943: Enlisted Australian Military Forces (Army WW2), Private, SN SX39164, General / Motor Transport Company/ies
19 Nov 1945: Discharged
19 Nov 1945: Discharged Australian Military Forces (Army WW2), Private, SN SX39164, General / Motor Transport Company/ies

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Biography contributed by Kathleen Bambridge

Stanley joined the Stirling sub branch in 1945 and then transfered to Aldgate in 1947.  His service to the Sub Branch started in 1950 when he was eklected president he held the office until 1953 and again from 1966 to 69.  Stanley was secretary from1972 to 57 and he also served on the committee over a number of years including 1948,49, 1954,55,57,58,59 and again in 1962 to 69. Stanley Hill service to the community highlights his involvement within his community and his willingness to give his time and energy to improving and protecting that community.  He did this in his committement to the Country Fire Service over 30 years here he was president for 12 years, Deputy District Fire Control officer  4 years and the Fire Control Officer 8 years. At the Scott Creek Progress Association he was a committee member for 32 years, secretary for 4 years and President for 18 years. For the Scoot Creek School committee he was a member for 6 years and president for 2 years.  He was a Life Member of the Hills Table Tennis Association.  He served as sertetary for the Hills Cricket Association for 6 years. He was also committed to the Scott Creek Branch of United Farmers and Graziers being their secretary for 24 years.  Stanley was a Justice of the Peace for 7 years.  In 1977 the RSL awarded him with a Life Membership for his service to the organisation and his community.