We remember them


 Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.Thank you to the Randwick, Port Botany and Waverley Bus Institutes for hosting ANZAC 

services to commemorate the lives of Australians who served and died in all wars, conflicts, 

and peacekeeping operations and the contribution and suffering of all those who have 



Thank you to everyone that attended, including special guests: Member for Coogee, Dr 

Marjorie O’Neill MP; Randwick City Council, Deputy Mayor, Cr Rafaela Pandolfini; Reverend 

Peter Greenwood and representatives of the Ex-Servicemen’s Club NSW. 


The NSW Railways Band played at the Randwick Depot event, including a stirring solo 

rendition of The Last Post ahead of a minute’s silence to remember those who had fallen. 


A special thanks to staff members who took part in the ceremonies including Head of 

Service Delivery, Tony Ralph; Head of Safety, Environment and Sustainability, Uwe Krueger; 

Regional Service Delivery Manager, Misho Stojanoski; Head of People and Culture, Rita 

Haitas; Indigenous & Diversity Training Coordinator, Maia Dowd; Administrative Assistants, 

Susan Dunn and Alec Alexandrou, Port Botany Institute Secretary, Spyros Lianos; Driver 

Coach Trainer, Pedro Kirimoglou; Randwick Institute Secretary, Dennis Kahn and Waverley 

Institute Secretary, David Wilson. 


Transdev John Holland pays tribute to the bravery and sacrifice of those who have served 

and sacrificed for our country. As an organisation whose workforce includes and historically 

public transport employed, a significant contingent of veterans, we express our immense 

gratitude, reflect and pay tribute to those who’ve fought in conflicts, preserving the freedoms 

we enjoy today.  

Randwick Depot Service Delivery Manager, Rick Sciarrone shared how public transport in 

Sydney has a great ANZAC history.


“At the end of WW2 our returning men and women were given jobs as bus operators or 

conductors in Sydney which formed the Public Transport Commission (PTC) of NSW”, said 


“Many of our staff at that time were sent to war and did not return home which until today, 

has not been lost on the majority of our staff as without their sacrifice, our lives would not be 

as wonderful as it is today.” 

Staff member and veteran, Alec Alexandrou, presented a wreath at Waverley’s ANZAC 

service. The Depot Administrator served in the Australian Army in the Vietnam War and in 


They shall grow not old, 

as we that are left grow old; 

Age shall not weary them, 

nor the years condemn. 

At the going down of the sun and in the morning 

We will remember them. 


Lest we forget 


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Lights On Day 


It was fitting that the Randwick and Waverley depots commemorated remembrance services 

on Friday 21 April as it was also “Lights on Day”. 


The special day is one to remember mechanics, Lleyton Bartlett and Aaron Pitt, who 

tragically lost their lives attending a bus breakdown at the Sunshine Coast on 21 April 2022. 

We show our support and recognition of all drivers and mechanics. 

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