Albert Morris was recently presented with a community award by Rotary Woy Woy He was described as a quiet achiever who started with the Royal Volunteer Coastal Patrol (now Marine Rescue) in 1989 and has continued as an active member. Below is an extract from the weekly bulletin “The Pinion” produced by the club.
“Albert became Operations Officer in 1995 and District Commander in 1996. He raised funds for the organisation and received a letter from the Prime Minister recognising his efforts. In 1999 he became Search Master. In 2006 he became the Statistics Officer for NSW. In 2016 he was awarded life membership of Marine Rescue. He also volunteers at Cove Village and for the past 20 years he has been the village bus driver In his reply, Albert said that it had been a pleasure being in Marine Rescue. He thanked our club for the help we gave with their recent radio update that had cost $65,000.