|Roz Freeth was born in Blenheim and has lived in Marlborough most of her life. Her parents, Pat and Kevan, were also born in Marlborough and live in the Mahau. Roz lives near Pelorus Bridge and teaches at Marlborough Boys' College. She has been involved in the Pelorus Area Health Trust since its formation.||Irma van der Linden was born in The Netherlands and emigrated to NZ in 1989 with her husband and son. Irma lives at St Omer in the Kenepuru Sound and is a Trustee since 2009. She represents the community in the Kenepuru Sound, Crail Bay, Clova Bay and Pelorus Sound. Irma is past-president and member of the Kenepuru RWNZ.||
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|Maureen Leggett lived in Marlborough for 40+ years, the last nearly 3yrs in Havelock. Now retired but worked as a registered nurse at Wairau hospital, specialising in Operating Theatre. She was the Charge Nurse for Operating Theatre, Day Stay Unit, Endoscopy and Sterile Services Department. Maureen I held this position for 14 years. The last three years before retirement she joined the Surgical Management team in a role that covered both Wairau and Nelson hospitals. Maureen is thrilled to be nominated to be a trustee for the PAHT and use her health knowledge to assist in promoting health initiatives in the Pelorus area. Maureen and her husband have been welcomed into the Havelock community and are keen to contribute to it. Maureen is also a volunteer at the Havelock gallery and as a keen quilter, part of the Pelorus quilting group.||Hazel Booth is retired and living in Havelock, she has served on the Northhaven hospice board and has also been a hospice and St Johns Ambulance Volunteer.
Hazel has a diploma in residential care of the elderly and worked in dementia units for many years, she also has a background in retail, hotel, property rental and farming.
Community involvement in the Pelorus Garden Club, Havelock Theatre Group, co-ordinator for the Community Med-lab volunteers on Wednesdays at Havelock Medical Centre.
Hazel looks forward to working with the Pelorus Area Health Trust and their aim to improve and retain health services in the Pelorus region.
|Noeline Bryant has lived in Marlborough since the mid-sixties and was a pupil at her local Canvastown School. In recent years she has been looking after the family business including secretarial work. Noeline has also been involved over the years in both the Pelorus Netball and Bowling Clubs. For the last 3 years she has been a Shop Volunteer at PAHT shop the Treasure Chest.||Glenda Davies retired to Havelock with her husband in January 2016 having lived in Rai Valley for 16 years. Glenda worked as a chef at Foresters Café for 5 years and with her husband operated Rai Retreat holiday accommodation. Originally from the North Island her background is in hospitality having owned and operated several café. Having a strong belief in community and enjoying interacting with people she has joined PAHT.|
|Kerry Ellis has lived at Canvastown for 28 years. She worked in hospitality for 11 years before qualifying with a Diploma in Reflexology and Certificate in Massage working from home and until recently from a Medical Herbal Clinic in Blenheim. Kerry was a recipient of a PAHT grant which enabled her to study for a Certifcate in Nutrition. She and her husband have a small beef and lavender farm and distill for essential oil. With the mantra Health is Wealth, Kerry promotes preventing illness and looks forward to contributing to the PAHT in its role of advocating for Health Education and Services supporting the holistic wellbeing of our region.||Val Seatter shifted to Marlborough in 1981, living mostly in the Blenheim area before retiring with her husband to their Sounds Holiday Home in 2012. Recently they purchased a house in Havelock so that they can enjoy the "best of both worlds." Val trained as a general registered nurse when she left school and has always been passionate about people's health and well being, body, soul and mind. She became more involved in social work when she managed The Bread of Life Trust for 15 years during which time she completed a Diploma in Not for Profit Management, so has a broad base of knowledge between management and governance roles. Val is looking forward to contributing to the Pelorus Area Health Trust and already enjoys being a volunteer in the Havelock Charity Shop.|
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