Esther celebrates 69 years of service to the Adventist Church

Esther Haslam with Adventist HealthCare CEO Brett Goods.

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Esther Haslam has achieved an extraordinary milestone—celebrating 69 years of service to the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Adventist Healthcare CEO Brett Goods has acknowledged her commitment and dedication, with most of her working life spent at Sydney Adventist Hospital.

“She was incredibly diligent and professional,” he said.

Ms Haslam began her career with the Church on December 19, 1954, in the United Kingdom where she worked at the Stanborough Nursing and Maternity home in Watford, northwest of London. She later migrated to Australia and began working at the San in July 1967.

“For the first seven years I performed clerical duties and then when the Clifford Tower was being constructed, I worked for the deputy project manager,” Ms Haslam said.

Former colleague Sandra Andrew said, “Esther was always very helpful and loved to share humorous stories with us. She was very attentive to detail and made sure the on-call rosters were up to date.”

Now retired, Ms Haslam is enjoying having some spare time on her hands.

Celebrating the long career of Esther Haslam.
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