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17-December-2020
17-December-2020

Photographs supplied by Stephen Warren
The John Eichner Memorial Reserve commemorates council worker John Eichner (1962-2016) who was fatally struck by a car in 2016. 

The driver of the car pleaded guilty to causing Mr Eichner`s death by driving dangerously, and was sentenced to a suspended jail sentence of two years and three months in 2019. 

John Eichner, 54, was working as a horticulturalist for Tea Tree Gully Council when he was fatally struck by a car on Rueben Richardson Road at Greenwith in September 2016.

Suzanne Schroeder, 50, was driving home from her work as a cook when she felt the "onset of fatigue" before the accident. The mother of two pleaded guilty to causing Mr Eichner's death by driving dangerously, and was today sentenced to a suspended jail sentence of two years and three months.
ABC News, 9th February 2019. 

Location

Address:104 - 106 Reuben Richardson Road, John Eichner Memorial Reserve, Greenwith, 5125
State:SA
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.762636
Long: 138.717906
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Park
Monument Theme:People
Sub-Theme:Tragedy
Actual Event Start Date:21-September-2016
Actual Event End Date:21-September-2016

Dedication

Front Inscription

John Eichner 
Memorial Reserve 
www.teatreegully.sa.gov.au

Plaque :

IN LOVING MEMORY OF
JOHN EICHNER
10 April 1962 - 21 September 2016

Fondly Remembered By His Family
Friends And Workmates 
Forever In Our Hearts 
                                      City Of
                                 TEA TREE GULLY
                                  Naturally Better

 

Source: MA
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