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A stained glass window commemorates Second Officer Thomas Maxwell Fisk, who was killed on active service in June 1944 in Southern England during World War Two.  

He was on the Ferry Pool for the invasion forces when he was killed, ferrying a Mustang to the South Coast. He died on 25 June 1944, when his plane entered a dive from which it did not recover.

On the 2nd March 1947, twelve stained glass windows were unveiled in Geelong Grammar's Chapel of All Saints. The windows commemorate twelve old boys who lost their lives during World War Two. The Reverend J. D. McKie, Bishop of Geelong declared that the windows would serve as a reminder of gallant young men who had laid down their lives. 


Address:Art School Road & Tower Road, Geelong Grammar School Chapel, Corio, 3214
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -38.069637
Long: 144.399168
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Window
Monument Theme:People
Actual Event STart Date:25-June-1944
Actual Event End Date:25-June-1944
Monument Designer:Christian & Napier Waller
Link: http://vhd.heritage.vic.gov.au/vhd…


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 2nd March, 1947
Front Inscription

Killed On Active Service

Petworth, 25th June 1944.
Second Officer
Thomas Maxwell Fisk
Air Transport Auxiliary


I Am He
That Liveth
And Was Dead
And Behold
I Am Alive
For Evermore
 Amen :


Source: MA, VWHI
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