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Former QEII representative Tiny White dies aged 86

Since QEII's establishment the position of QEII representative for the Gisborne area has only changed three times. All three are pictured here. From left to right QEII CEO Margaret McKee with current rep Meg Gaddum, second rep Malcolm Piper and the area's first rep Tiny White.The Queen Elizabeth II Trust was saddened to learn of "Tiny" White's death on Saturday, 10 March.

Tiny White is remembered for the huge contribution he made to New Zealand and to his local community during his lifetime.

Tiny was one of the Trust's first regional representatives. He was employed when the Trust was formed in 1977 and remained in the role for 15 years. He made a significant contribution to conservation, working with landowners to help them voluntarily protect special natural and cultural areas on their properties with open space covenants.

Photo: courtesy of The Gisborne Herald, taken in July 2011.

Read The Gisborne Herald's obituary 12 March 2012

 

 

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