Monday, 19 October 2020

Death of a retired Police Officer : Supt. 94 Raymond Brammer

It is with regret that we have to announce the death of a retired Police Officer :  Supt. 94 Raymond Brammer who died on 13th October aged 89yrs.
Raymond commenced his Police career in May 1956 with Lincoln Police where he worked until he joined Sunderland Borough Police in 1960.
Raymond’s career saw him working in various divisions and after the amalgamation in 1974 he remained in Durham and was promoted to Sgt,  serving as an Instructor at Harperley Hall before being transferred after eighteen months to the  District Training Centre at Newby Wiske.
After two years he returned to Durham as a Section Sgt. On promotion to Inspector he was posted to Peterlee. His next move was into HQ Training where he was promoted to Ch Insp and returned once again to Peterlee/Seaham.
Promotion to Supt. followed with a move to Darlington from where he retired in February 1985.
Raymond’s beloved wife Anne also worked for the Force as staff for 20 years in the old Police HQ prior to her retirement in 1990. They were married for 65 years.
The funeral service will be taking place on Thursday 22nd October,1130am at St Johns Church in Seaham.
Due to the current restrictions numbers are limited in the church but those who wish to pay their respects are welcome to stand outside as long as the social distancing guidelines are met.
Our thoughts are with Anne and all the family at this sad time.
Donations in lieu of flowers have been requested to The Coldstream Guards.

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