Name: Susan Winifred Stafford-McLaughlin
Connection: Daughter of Sgt. Oswald Henry Stafford VX529 (Go To Connection)
Susan was elected to the office of Secretary 2/6 Cavalry Commando Association(Vic.) at the Annual General Meeting held at the Highett R.S.L. on Saturday 18/04/2009 and again at Caulfield RSL AGM 24/04/2010 and again at Fairfield RSL 2011.
On 25/04/2012 at Fairfield RSL AGM Susan was elected President with unanimous acclaim and has been re-elected President in 2013, 2014 and 2015.
SHE IS A TRUE DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT
The family today (2012)
Reading from your Left: Corey, Alannah, Brodie, Declan; form a loving group around a proud mother.
Born on the fifth of July 1960 ten years after the last of her four brothers,Robert,Geoff, Bill and Bruce, Winifred finally produced a daughter, to the great delight of Osie, as he expresses in his book "The Green Fields of Kastina" "One of the greatest moments in our lives"
Began a short career as a model
Susan accompanied Osie to reunions and on ANZAC Day Marches and became a familiar face and a popular attendee at association functions.
Following so close in her father's footsteps, Susan served as a Soldier. That was not easy in 1979.
With Lt'Col. Simon Johnson at the Regimental parade 19th. November 2010 presenting "Scout of the Year Trophy" Robertson Barracks Darwin N.T.
A moving delivery exhorting the recipient to honour the tradition of scouts down the ages
Conducting the Foundation Day Service at The Shrine 2011
After serving three years as Secretary
Begins work on ANZAC DAY 2012 as President of 2ND/6TH CAVALRY COMMANDO REGIMENT AND 2ND CAVALRY REGIMENT ASSOCIATION (VIC) INC.2010
Family Always Comes First
The driving force behind the champions
Seen here with Cricketing great Max Walker
"Congratualtations to you on Brodie winning the medal for the player of the U14 Martin Grade as well as winning the batting ave for the grade."
Qualified Theatre and psychiatric nurse. Manager/Co-ordinator of Livingstone Community Centre.