Results of the 2015 Area Committee Elections

10 September 2015

The 2015 elections of Endeavour Foundation's Area Committees has been completed, with the list of duly elected Members for each of the ten Area Committees:

Brisbane Metropolitan

Three nominations were received for the four positions open for election.

  1. Tony Beaven
  2. Scott Ellis
  3. Graham Baker

Central Queensland

Two nominations were received for the four positions open for election.

  1. Janet Campbell
  2. John Leinster

Far North Queensland

Two nominations were received for the five positions open for election.

  1. Bernie Booker
  2. Karl Scholl

Moreton-Sunshine Coast

Two nominations were received for the four positions open for election.

  1. Brian Stead
  2. Wendy Veale

North Queensland

One nomination was received for the four positions open for election.

  1. Kathryn Andrews

South East

Three nominations were received for the four positions open for election.

  1. Jan Carmen
  2. Bernie Scobie
  3. Alan Porter

South West

Three nominations were received for the four positions open for election.

  1. Diana McKay
  2. Dianne Hedger
  3. Elizabeth Flanagan

Sydney

Two nominations were received for the four positions open for election.

  1. Kathy Breen
  2. Karen White

Victoria

No nominations were received for the four positions open for election.

Wide Bay

Five nominations were received for the five positions open for election.

  1. Bevin Suter
  2. John Shorten
  3. Brice Kaddatz
  4. Rodney Shultz
  5. Frank Ekin

As the number of nominations received did not exceed the number of positions open for election in each area, all candidates have been appointed, effective 14 August 2015. Congratulations to all Members appointed to serve on Endeavour Foundation's Area Committees.

If you would like more details regarding these results, please contact Company Secretary Deb Kerswill on (07) 5413 1516.

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