Since our first President, Mr A. Wilcox was elected at the Frankston Mechanics Hall in May 1919, the Frankston RSL Sub Branch Committee has strived to provide a place of support for our veterans, their family, friends and our wider community.”


Executive Committee

Kevin Hillier, OAM


John Barry

Vice President

Kelvin Parker


Brian Hill


General Committee

Tony Grice

Lyn Lynch

Kevin Tester

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Results of voting at the General Meeting held on 27th August 2021

Nomination for Senior Vice President:

  1.  Desmond Callaghan OAM BJ JP          9

      2.  Lucas Moon                                             4

Nomination for Vice President:

  1. Terry Makins                     2
  2. Desmond Callaghan        0
  3. Steven Bennett                 7
  4. Lucas Moon                      4


Omnibus Motion to change the Rules                   

                                                                                 12 for 1 against

Policy remits:

  1. Remit 1/3 Hawthorn: State Branch to lobby RSL National to act and represent veterans into the performance and KPI’s of DVA.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          13 for Nil against
  2. Remit 2/3 Hawthorn: that an amendment be made to the Combined Transitional Provisional Act MRCA 2004 to include a person who has a war-caused or defence injury or disease under the DRCA makes application for assessment under the MRCA.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           2 for 11 against
  3. Remit 3/3 Hawthorn: That the RSL membership card contain no marketing relating to commercial operations, but should carry the phone number for Open Arms and MILVET.                                                                                                                                                     10 for 3 against


Rule remits:

  1. Remit 1/4 State President: Rules of State branch re eligibility for State Honorary Treasurer to be aligned with the requirements for other branch officers.                                                                                                                                                                                          11 for 2 against
  2. Remit 2/4 State President: Amendment to move the framework governing meetings of the State Executive from Rules to a Bylaw.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     11 for 2 against
  3. Remit 3/4 Hawthorn: The rules of the Branch be amended so that each Life or Service Member directly casts a vote for the election of State Executive.                                                                                                                                                                                                 2 for 11 against
  4. Remit 4/4 Hawthorn: Rules amended so that members of the State Executive are elected for 3 years and may serve a maximum of 4 terms consecutively.                                                                                                                                                                                            9 for 4 against