William James Kewo
I am a Fisheries student at the Australian Maritime College (AMC) in Tasmania. I am writing to you to locate an uncle (that was what I used to called him many years ago) who was part of the ASOPA clan (if I may say that) back in PNG. He was a patrol officer (kiap) and later became a businessman. His name is Peter Kerr, his wife is Geraldine and their children are Susan, Diane, Peter Jr, Jason and there's another one, but I cannot recall her name.
Peter Kerr was a kiap at Mumeng in the Morobe Province and later started a small business. He was with his family in Mumeng until about 1979 when they left for Australia. The last known address was Weetangerra (I think that’s the spelling) in Canberra, but I am not too sure if they are still residing there or have moved on.
My dad used to work with Peter and they were best colleagues as kiaps back in PNG. When Peter started his small company, called Mumeng Trading and Coffee Pty Ltd, my dad joined up with him and stayed until the day he left. It was quite difficult for us to get in touch with uncle Peter. However, now I am here studying, I thought I might look around for some useful information of the family's whereabouts.
If you know anything about Peter Kerr’s whereabouts, could you respond to the ASOPA PEOPLE email address.