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Pam TomlinsonPam Thomlinson was raised in Dunedin and Christchurch. After marriage she left Christchurch and almost solely lived and worked in rural areas since. She qualified as a teacher while raising 2 children and working with her husband on the farm. She worked at several Southland primary and secondary schools before moving to Marlborough in 1991. Pam interests are in education and health issues in rural communities. Recently she has been chosen as Rural Women NZ Regional Councillor for Region 3 (top of the South). Roz FreethRoz 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.
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Irma van der LindenIrma 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. 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. Glen 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.

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