Vietnam veteran and RSL Victoria senior vice-president Rob Webster will speak at dinner in Rochester on August 23.August 7, 2014 3:39am
RSL Victoria senior vice-president and Vietnam veteran Rob Webster will be the guest speaker at the commemoration dinner honouring all who served in World War I in Rochester on August 23.
Dr Webster served in the Transport Company in Vietnam from February 1970 to February 1971.
He is extensively involved in RSL matters and was awarded RSL life membership with gold badge in 2002.
The accountant and land valuer is the RSL representative on the Defence Reserves Support Council, chair of the Victorian Veterans’ Children’s Education Board and a Vasey RSL Care director.
The dinner at Rochester Bowls Club is open to all community members who wish to honour those who served in World War I, especially family members and friends and neighbours from the Rochester area.
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