|Prof John Greenwood AMDr John Greenwood is the Burn Unit Director of the Royal Adelaide Hospital.|
On October 12th 2002 John along with Sheila Kavanagh and their Burns Assessment Team were the first to arrive in Darwin to operate and treat the unfortunate casualties of the Bali Bombings.
John received an Honoury Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for his outstanding service and courage.
John is a co-founder of the Julian Burton Burns Trust.
|Wayne GriffithWayne Griffith suffered third degree burns during the 2005 Black Tuesday bushfires where 9 people lost their lives on the Eyre Peninsula.|
Wayne tragically lost his wife and two young grandchildren during the peak of the fires and has since contributed tirelessly, promoting the work of the Julian Burton Burns Trust and the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Wayne was awarded life membership of the Burns Trust in 2007.
|Sheila Kavanagh OAMSheila Kavanagh has been Head Clinical Nurse Consultant of the Royal Adelaide Burns Unit since 1996.|
Sheila was a member of the RAH Burns Assessment team which was sent to Darwin to assist in the care of the survivors of the Bali bombing and was recently awarded an OAM for her commitment, courage and service.
Sheila is also a co-founder of the Julian Burton Burns Trust.
Shane Radbone was awarded life membership of the Julian Burton Burns Trust in 2009 in recognition of his leadership, guidance and passion as our inaugural Chairman.
After incorporation of the Julian Burton Burns Trust in 2005, it was Shane's commitment and support that has enabled us to realise our vision of becoming Australia's first social enterprise committed to prevention, care and research associated with burn injury.
The Julian Burton Burns Trust looks forward to Shane's continued input and support as a life member and wish him all the best in his future endeavours.
|Ian HillLion Ian Hill has been a familiar face around the Burns Trust for a number of years. In 2012, Ian was awarded Life Membership at the Burns Trust Party.|
Ian has been instrumental in initiating and driving a number of Lions Australia and Burns Trust projects resulting in hundreds of thousands of dollars having been raised.
Along with his committee, and with the support of Wife Sue, Ian has made (and continues to make) a significant contribution to the Burns Trust and burns community at large.
Pictured is Julian and Amy with Ian at the first cheque presentation made to the Burns Trust in 2005.
Friday, January 4, 2013
Shane Radbone Julian Burton Burns Trust
Posted by Shane Radbone at 3:24 PM