Churchwardens

Wendy Robinson – Churchwarden, St Peter & St Paul’s Church, Shiplake.

Wendy Robinson, Shiplake ChurchwardenWendy has been a member of Shiplake Church for 44 years, so it is a very special place for her.
She has worked with the children in our Sunday club for 16 years, and has been involved with many aspects of the Church from home groups, choir, minute secretary etc –  and now Churchwarden.

 

 

 

 

Tilden McKean, Churchwarden, St Margaret’s Church Harpsden

Born in New Zealand into a southern Hawkes Bay back-country sheep & cattle farming family. Second son of Tilden (I) and Lola’s 5 children. Educated via the correspondence school until 9 yrs. When a new road to our farm became passable all year round, attended the local Horoeka Primary School (30 pupils). Went to boarding school at 13 yrs and then on to Victoria University, Wellington to study Geology and Chemistry. After graduation in early 1977, worked in the Oil and Gas industry, first in NZ for Hunt Int. Petroleum and then from 1980, in Australia for BP. Seconded to work in BP’s Head Office in Moorgate, London in 1982. Married Rosemary (fellow geologist & rock climber) in 1985 and was then sent to work in BP’s Aberdeen office. Over 33 years with BP, lived and worked in many parts of the world as an Oil and Gas reservoir engineer. Retired 2013. Three children; Tilden (III), Oil Company Production Geologist in Norway, Frances, teacher of chemistry, mother of 2 & wife to Ben, and Heather, chartered accountant working for a London firm. Regular attendance at St. Margaret’s since 1997. Served as PCC Secretary for two 3 yr terms. Honoured to serve the Harpsden Parishioners who are very supportive with their time and talents.

Tilden McKean, Harpsden Churchwarden

Judy Coulson – Churchwarden, All Saints Church, Dunsden

Rosemary Jones – Churchwarden, All Saints Church, Dunsden

 

Rosemarty Jones, Dunsden ChurchwardenBorn in the last week of the war in Europe into a RAF family. My father retired in 1953 and we moved to Bournemouth. I joined the RAF on leaving school and married when I was 20. Two marriages produced two daughters and one son, and now the family has grown to become five grandchildren and five great grandchildren. The last 25 years of my working life were spent as School Secretary at Shiplake College. My interests include supporting the church, my family, running the Shiplake and Dunsden RBL branch, reading, crossword puzzles and keeping fit.