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3 mins read 10 July 2024

A Heart of Service: Stephanie Tregent’s Journey of Volunteering and Compassion

“I was born in 1956 at the Mater Hospital in Crows Nest, Sydney, and spent my early years in Ryde until my parents divorced when I was eight, after which […]
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2 mins read 22 May 2024

Robyn Kennaugh’s Volunteering Journey: A Lifelong Commitment to Caring and Community

My journey has been quite an adventure. After graduating from accounting college in 1972, I ventured into the Graphic Arts industry. In 1998, I began working at The Orpheum Theatre […]
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6 mins read 2 May 2024

Driving Change: The Legacy of Allan and Rhonda McCormac

This story highlights the journey of two dedicated individuals Allan and Rhonda, who are deeply invested in road safety. Through their initiative, Driver Revivor, they have established a comprehensive nationwide […]
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2 mins read 3 April 2024

Peter Fletcher’s Journey through WWII and Beyond

Peter Fletcher was born on March 18, 1924, in Brisbane, Queensland. At the age of 18, in 1942, he joined the Royal Australian Air Force during World War II. Serving […]
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2 mins read 25 March 2024

Cathy’s Tale of Work, Family, and Volunteering

“I was born on 19 December 1927. I’m 96 now. Originally from Tamworth, NSW. I began my career as a secretary, starting in Tamworth, then my teacher helped me land […]
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2 mins read 8 February 2024

The Incredible Journey of John Currie: A Life Anchored in Service​

“I was born in Western Australia as an only child to a family with proud Scottish heritage. Growing up, my roots lay in the Methodist church, though my religious journey evolved […]
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2 mins read 2 February 2024

Embracing Life’s Symphony: Grace Lane’s Remarkable Journey

“Life at RSL LifeCare has been a surprising adventure for me. When I first arrived, my plan was simple – to do absolutely nothing. Little did I know, life had […]
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2 mins read 24 January 2024

Peter Boughton: A Life of Service and Treasured Memories

Peter Boughton was born on February 18, 1951, at the Sydney Women’s Hospital. His early years were filled with beautiful memories, especially his close bond with his father. Peter found […]
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2 mins read 12 January 2024

Jacquie’s 16 Years of Heartfelt Volunteering at RSL LifeCare

“I’m Jacquie, short for Jacquelyn Finley. I’m 76 years old, and I’ve been a volunteer at RSL LifeCare John Goodlet Manor for nearly 16 years now.​ You might wonder why I started […]
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2 mins read 10 January 2024

Margaret’s Journey: From Humble Beginnings to Cherished Community Life​

“I was born in the lively neighbourhood of Willoughby and soon moved to Balgowlah Heights at the age of five. Growing up in a bustling household with my parents and three […]
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3 mins read 30 November 2023

Joan’s Creative Pursuits: Knitting, Puzzles, and Cherished Moments at RSL LifeCare​

Many residents at RSL LifeCare love to participate in a variety of hobbies that keep their minds and hearts engaged. One such resident is Joan Herringe from RSL LifeCare Connie Fall. One of Joan’s newfound passions is […]
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2 mins read 22 September 2023

George Carpenter’s Inspiring Dedication to Preserving Military History

George Carpenter, an 87 year old resident of RSL ANZAC Village in Narrabeen, has been volunteering at the RSL LifeCare War Museum for three years now. Trained as a National […]
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