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April 18, 2020
11 April 2020 MAJOR James Rodwell Amos, ED & clasp, RFD, former OC, 36 Transport Company RAASC (Tipper) passed away suddenly, on Sat 11 Apr 20, aged 89 years. Known as Jim or Major Mate to many. Jim had a long career in CMF & Army Reserve in Horsham where he was Officer Commanding, 36 Coy RAASC, Prior, he enlisted in A Sqn 4/19th Armoured Regiment Prince of Wales Light Horse in 1948. Transfered to RAASC in 1957 & promoted Maj in 1958, posted OC 36 Tpt Coy RAASC (Tipper). He was also detachment Commander of HQ CRAASC 3 Div at Horsham. Served in VietNam on FTD in 1968 Jim commanded the No 4 Guard (Reserve soldiers) on the Inauguration parade to form RACT at Puckapunyal on 1st June 1973. Jim retired in 1977 but remained involved with the Army Reserve. He was a soldier's soldier, always had time for a chat & looked after his diggers. Good golfer & Life member of Horsham RSL where he was heavily involved in Military History of the Wimmera. Jim was in original organisation that formed Reserve Forces Day in Horsham. A grand career, Jim. Our deepest sympathies to the Amos family, Sue, Rob and Wendy. From your Army Mates Bendigo, Horsham & Stawell.
April 17, 2020
Amos Jim President Stewart and Members of the Horsham City Bowling Club are saddened by the passing of Life Member and Past President, Jim, a well respected and valued member of our club for many years.

April 17, 2020
AMOS James SERVICE NUMBER: 3111241 The President and Members of the Horsham R.S.L. mourn the passing of their esteemed Life Member and express sincere sympathy to the family.



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