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Margaret McCulloch, who heads up Sea Rescue's Life boat Circle retires at the end of this month.After working tirelessly at the helm of the LBC, building the NSRI supporters and bequestors for the past 11 years, Margaret is going to take things a little slower. When she joined the Life Boat Circle in 2003 she was the only Bequest Officer, with a very small group of over 50's in her group. As Margaret retires she leaves a motivated team of seven Bequest Officers around the country and has about 1 600 Life boat Circle members.We wish you good winds and lots of happiness Margaret!NSRI CEO Cleeve Robertson (right) thanks Margaret for her contribution to NSRI. NSRI CEO Cleeve Robertson (right) thanks Margaret for her contribution to NSRI.Margaret-4546Margaret-4551Margaret-4555
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