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Wednesday, 26 November 1980
Page: 54

Senator YOUNG (South Australia) - From a personal point of view, I would like to join in the tribute being expressed today to Mr Roy Bullock. As one who has known Mr Bullock for a number of years, I appreciate very much not only the man himself but also the way in which he went about his work in this chamber. Whilst he was not a senator, he was a part of the Senate and a part of the institution. Roy Bullock served here for some 34 year's. During that time I am certain he would not have made an enemy, let alone a bad friend. I think that Roy would have left this place knowing that he left behind a lot of friends, as well as a lot of friends who had departed from the Senate chamber prior to his retirement. It is unfortunate that illness has caused him to retire at this stage. I thank him for his friendship, for his advice, and for his companionship generally to me and to others in this chamber throughout the years. I trust that his retirement will be one of better health and much happiness for both him and his family.

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