Fri, 31 Aug 2012 6:34p.m.
A free youth health clinic has opened in Christchurch, dedicated to a popular practitioner who died in the February quake.
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8/09/2012 12:05:04 p.m.
Sue Bagshaw is a role model and an amazing person. It is her who have made the impossible possible, the credit goes entirely to her and her passionate team for her incredible determination and consistent devotion for the youth in Christchurch. There were many people who worked hard to make this possible, (Robyn has named some of them) our family participated with a fraction and were helped by kind people from around New Zealand, Australia and UK who donated for the project. A special Thank you to Philipa Wintle with her intelligent ideas, Christchurch Girl’s High School girls and staff with their great support, Deakin University staff and students, and Westmead Hospital; and that's only to name a few of those involved.
6/09/2012 2:30:51 p.m.
Uncle Dr. Hussam had been, and will always be, an idol and an icon in our family. With so many nieces and nephews growing up, he was continuously encouraging us to do better in school and life. He taught us to hold on to integrity and morals regardless of hurdles and difficulties. Now, after his departure, he is still an icon and a stronger motivator for us to do better to, hopefully, someday be remembered in such an honorable remembrance as his.
1/09/2012 7:39:40 a.m.
What a fantastic thing this family have done to honour their husband and father. Such a generous family. God bless.
31/08/2012 10:25:05 p.m.
Robyn Robinson wrote:
Congratulations Dr Hasum's family on this great legacy for the future health of Christchurch Youth. Massive credit also to the work of Dr Sue Bagshaw, Peter Young and Peter Webb.
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