On 10 December the Mk VIII Spitfire owned by the Temora Aviation Museum staged through Albion Park in order to overfly the funeral of well known Australian World War 2 spitfire and Kittyhawk pilot Ted Sly RAAF. DFC MID. Ted was involved in the Temora museum right from the very start, and wrote a book about his RAAF service called “The Luck of the Draw”. Ted’s funeral was held at St Mark’s Anglican Church, cnr Darling Point Rd & Greenoaks Ave, Darling Point Sydney commencing at 11.00 am. There were no flowers by request, with donations in lieu to the Spitfire Association.
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