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Reginald Topp (1879–1948)

Mr Reginald Topp, formerly of the Bank of Australasia, died on Wednesday at his home in Mont Albert. He was for many years at the head office of the bank in Melbourne, and later manager of the eastern branch, Collins st. At the time of his retirement he was manager of Traralgon branch, and took an active interest in the affairs of the town. Since retirement from the bank he had been associated with David Smith Pty Ltd. He is survived by his wife and two sons, the elder of whom (Major R. L. Topp) served throughout the war with the Australian Signals Corps.

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Victoria, Australia


30 June, 1948 (aged ~ 69)
Mont Albert, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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