In Memory Of

Edmund Brian Walsh

8 January 1928 - 14 June 2020
Aged 92 years.
Passed away at Flinders Medical Centre.

Beloved husband of Marguerite (deceased).
Loved father of Kym, Deb, Jane, Craig and Shaun.
Adoring Grandfather of Sally, Lynda, Abbie and Elisha.

Loved by all.
You will be missed sadly.

Donations in Brian's memory can be made to the Fred Hollows Foundation.
https://www.hollows.org/au/donate

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Peter White -

Greetings Deb Sorry to hear of the death of your dad. He was my first team sergeant on the watch and a very nice bloke. A long time now since our days in Personnel Branch in 1978. Best wishes Peter White


Peter GRAHAM -

Memories of a work colleague one of nature's gentlemen. Rest in peace Brian. Condolences to your family. Peter "Spoggie" Graham.


Lester Martin -

Hi Deb and family Sad to hear the passing of your Dad. I have great memories of working with Brian at Port Adelaide CIB. He will be sadly missed. He had a great innings reaching 92 despite a stroke in the middle of his career.


Peter Marshall -

My mentor in the early days at Norwood CIB. Fondly remembered. Rest in peace Brian. My condolences to his family.


Moose Gully -

A true gentleman who I have known since I was a little kid at Prospect Police Station. My condolences. The memories will remain.


John Dicker -

Brian was one of the very first Patrol Sergeants I reported to as a young 20 year old in 1965. An absolute gentleman who managed to look after me and keep me out of trouble.


Anne and Trevor Johnson (Anne Bush) -

Dear Deb and family, So sorry to hear of your dad's passing. He was just a great person and was and exceptional "father" type figure to me at Major Crime for a long time. He was very much loved at MCIB and every other division in the Police Force, may he rest in Peace. xxxx


John Peake -

Rest in Peace Brian. It was a great privilege to meet and work with you in Major Crime 1984-89. Your influence and steady nature always prevailed. The world is a better place for your presence. Deepest sympathy to family, the world has lost a great man.


john murray -

it was a pleasure to have him as my d/serg at Norwood in the 70s.


John White -

Brian was a wonderful man who mentored so many young police officers and detectives during their careers– and I was one of them. I was honoured and privileged to have presented the police eulogy and Police Ode at his funeral, where with Graham Bawden and Rob Maggs I passed on our condolences to Brian’s family and friends on behalf of all members of the wider ‘detective’ police family. RIP Brian – always highly respected, a great detective sergeant and lovely man in every respect. John White


Jack Kelso -

Sorry to hear of your loss. Fond memories of a wonderful caring gentleman


Pat McManus -

Rest In Peace Brian.