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Boathouse We are pleased to announce the results of the first elections hosted at Station 24 Lamberts Bay. Congratulations to Marius Louw on being voted Station Commander and Christo Filander who is appointed his Deputy. Marius takes over from Leon De Gruchy who has been Acting Station Commander.In other news, Station 26 Kommetjie Station Commander Adrian Scholtz has stepped down from his role to take some shore leave and Ian Klopper is Acting Station Commander until their elections take place.At the Station 17 Hermanus Fundraising Committee AGM last Wednesday, Station Commander Henk Henn stood down and Deon Langenhoven is Action Station Commander until their elections take place.'The role of Station Commander is a demanding one, especially given that this is an unpaid position,' said Operations Director Mark Hughes. 'I would like to thank Henk, Adrian and Leon for their valued contribution to our mission of saving lives. I have great respect for Henk Henn who has selflessly served as Station Commander for an incredible 27 years, since 1988.'
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