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2019 Citizen of the Year Award Winners

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Rosalie De Lurant

2019 CITIZEN OF THE YEAR

MS ROSALIE DE LURANT

Rosalie is an extremely vocal and proud supporter of Campbelltown. Rosalie has lived in and around Campbelltown for most of her life. She has such love for the area, the culture and its people that she takes every opportunity to promote it at a local, state and national level.  Working with Service Clubs, the Council and Local Groups, she has served the local area and will continue to serve for years to come.

As a Police Officer of 37 years, Rosalie supported many victims and completed her career as a Police Prosecutor.  She has served Inner Wheel Club of North East Sunset as President twice, represented the Inner Wheel Club of North East Sunset, was on the Service Clubs Advisory Committee and has been State Chair (District A40) for Inner Wheel.  Rosalie volunteers at numerous Council events including the Moonlight Markets and recently at the Council’s 150th birthday celebrations. She raises funds and contributes ongoing discussion regarding the Community challenges and opportunities in the area.

 

Anthony Uren

2019 SENIOR CITIZEN OF THE YEAR

MR ANTHONY UREN

Tony has contributed to the local Community since moving to Paradise after his marriage to Eunice in the mid 1960s. Tony has embedded himself in Campbelltown with contributions to the North Eastern Community Hospital, Rotary Club of Campbelltown, Campbelltown Historical Society and the Campbelltown Uniting Church.

Tony has actively participated in the success of the Community Groups with which he has been involved. He has the ability to build rapport with individuals, actively listening to others and responding in positive ways to achieve the best possible outcome. Tony has been a mentor to many and highly regarded by all.

 

Gurtej Sohal

2019 YOUNG CITIZEN OF THE YEAR

MR GURTEJ SOHAL

Gurtej has continuously been selfless and devotes his time serving and helping the Community. Gurtej has been involved in 3 major organisations this year: St John Ambulance South Australia, Australian Air Force Cadets (6 Wing and Oaktree the ‘Young People Lead Movement to end Poverty’). Gurtej has achieved a lot at a young age and has undertaken a lot of responsibility too. Gurtej is a hard worker and an enthusiastic individual who always puts others first.

Gurtej is always working hard to ensure that the Community becomes a better place. He constantly mentors new young first aiders and ensures everyone in the division is passionate about providing volunteer first aid.

At Air Force Cadets, he provides leadership to his squadron and is a role model to future leaders. Gurtej helps cadets develop an interest in the Australian Defence Force and aviation in general. Gurtej and his peers are constantly working hard to end poverty.

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