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ROGERS, Robert Ian (1918 -2009)

ROGERS, Robert Ian ‘Bob’ (1918 -2009)

Robert Ian Rogers was the son of Frank Oswald Rogers and Eleanor Clare nee Cullen and attended Miss Cathcart’s School in Geelong before entering Geelong College from 1925 to 1933.

He worked as an architectural draughtsman with Messrs Stephenson & Turner, Architects before enlisting in the RAAF on 3 February, 1941. He trained at Western Junction, Point Cook, Mildura, and Uranquinty gaining his Flying Badge in September, 1941. He was discharged with the rank of Flying Officer on 3 December 1945.

‘Bob’ lived at Newtown.
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