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Northern NSW : Spring 2011
Our community Heather leaves a lasting legacy Heather Meade is a Newcastle citizen and a retired infants school principal born and bred in Hamilton. When it came time to organise her Will, she decided that she would bequeath a small amount of her estate to each of her three favourite charitable organisations in addition to ensuring her family was adequately catered for. One of those organisations was the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service. “ It’s just a little bit to help” Heather said. “I’ve always been impressed by the work that the Helicopter Ser vice does. I’ve never had to use the helicopter, nor do I know anyone who’s been a patient, but I see it fly over and think of the wonderful work you do”. Recently, Heather visited the Base with her local ser vice club to look at the helicopters and have lunch with Volunteers. It reinforced her decision that leaving a gift in her Will was a good thing to do. For more information about leaving a bequest to the Service please ring Phil Williams on 4952 0000 or Barry Walton on 6764 9400 “Because you help people” Glen Innes donor Ron Munday continues to support the Service because the helicopters and crews “ help people’. Its as simple as that. Ron, who turned 84 years old on the 1st July lives on a small cattle property near Glen Innes. He is very active for his age, has regular health check ups, follows his doctor’s advice and keeps active on the proper ty. Ron has donated to the Service and to the Glen Innes Volunteer Rescue Association for a number of years. Ron has been a very satisfied Customer of Westpac for 80 years. Key donors help to ensure future Mr Munday presents a cheque for $50,000 to the Service’s Barry Walton at the Glenn Innes branch of Westpac Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service - Rescue Spring 2011 Page 13