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The Wellington Provincial Gold Star Association consists of over 700 serving and retired fire service personnel who are recipients of the United Fire Brigade’s Association of New Zealand 25 year gold star presented for service within the New Zealand Fire Service.
FENZ 2020 NATIONAL BOWLS TOURNAMENT
HOSTS: Stratford Volunteer Fire Brigade
11 – 12 March 2020
Gold Star – Mike Maru
Raetihi Fire Brigade
26 October 2019
(L-R) UFBA PP Mark Adie, SVP Mike Aamodt, Mike Maru, Mikes Maru’s mother, Mayor Don Cameron, Area Commander Gary Ward.
The Executive Team – 2019 to 2020
Back Row L to R: Patron Herb Carberry, VP Tony Adie, SVP Mike Aamodt, VP John Rowe, President Gary Weaver, JVP Stephen Monks, Secretary John May.
Front Row: L to R: IPP Dennis Bristow, VP Tony Swain.
What is in our Website
Our site has a number of sections where you can find out more information, read reports, get the latest news on upcoming events and purchase some of our specialist products. On our Reports page
- Association rules
- Meeting Minutes
- Upcoming Conferences
- Recent Recipients
- Upcoming Recipients
Latest News Flash
It is with deep regret that I advise the passing of David Kaye and Alan Young (QSM) both from the Napier Fire Brigade.
Dave Kaye was also heavily involved in the NZ Fire Service outdoor bowls and passed away last week .
His Service is to be held in Napier on Friday 1st November 2019. No other details known at this stage.
At this sad time we extend our sincere condolences to Helen and Family as well as David’s friends.
Ivan Young (QSM) saw service with the Napier Fire Police unit and was a Ex member at the time of his death. His funeral was held earlier this afternoon (29 October) at the Napier Fire Station.
At this sad time we extend our sincere condolences to Marie and family as well as Ivan’s friends
It is with regret that I wish to inform you on the passing of Ex SSO Andrew Voss of the PNFB Operational Support Unit.
Andrew passed away on 21 October at home. He is survived by his wife Jean. Andrew served, I think about 36 years in Palmerston North. First as Fire Police then on to Operational support (amalgamation of Fire Police Unit and Volunteer Unit )
A Private cremation has been held as per Andrews wishes.
At this sad time we extend our deepest sympathy to Jean and family as well as Andrews friends.