Joan Leake Salom (née Hall)
|Parents:||Harold Aubrey Hall|
Helen Rose Hall (née Lodge)
|Siblings:||Helen Margaret Wilson (née Hall) (10 July 1915 – 21 February 2000)|
Constance Boyd Berryman (née Hall) (1912–?)
Joan Leake Salom (née Hall) (b. 1919 Roebourne – d. 1993 Perth)
|Partners:||Maurice Salom (? – ?)|
Before joining the RAAF she was working for West Australian Newspapers Ltd. as a "clerk in advertising department. Typing debit sheets, receiving advertisements from agents over telephone, checking vouchers, operating accounting machine, also teaching shorthand at night school."
Previous employment: "Typiste to Diocesan Secretary, Church Office. Invoicing clerk, Namn Rubber Company. Teacher (shorthand), Hartill's Commercial College."
Officer in the RAAF in WW2. Service number 103627.
Enrolled 1943-01-04, commissioned 1943-05-21.
|1943-01-04||ACW||RAAF Depot (maybe No. 3 WAAAF Training Depot?)||Karrinyup, Perth, Western Australia|
|1942-02-06||No. 4 Service Flying Training School (SFTS)||Geraldton, Western Australia|
|1943-03-29||School of Admin||Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria|
|1943-05-24||1 WAAAF Depot||"Larundel", Preston, Melbourne, Victoria|
|1945-10-08||5 PD (Staff)||Subiaco|
"Hall is a pleasant, nice looking girl with a shy, ladylike manner. She is polite, _ily[?] spoken and unobtrusive. She's taking over as Office WAAAF in this Area, she has been the only WAAAF officer in the Command and whereas, by virtue of the small numbers under the command and their concentration at Pearce, the job has not been a difficult one, the very absence of WAAAF troubles of any sort must be taken as indicative of satisfactory work on her part." —8 Jan 1947, D.R. Chapman, SOA.
She married Maurice Salom, and they had no children.
Died aged 73 in 1993. Memorial in the Karrakatta rose gardens (Lawn 2, Garden GGC, position 10).
- Family Notices (1919, November 5). The West Australian, p. 1. Retrieved October 23, 2016, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article27666905. "HALL.---On August 24, at Roebourne, to Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hall---a daughter (Joan Leake)."
- Joan Leake Hall's WW2 service record