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Penrith Branch customers deserve their OAMs

Our Penrith Branch Manager David Saad pays tribute to two long-serving customers who have both been awarded an OAM in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Long-serving Greater Building Society customers, and husband and wife, Max and Dulcie Harrison have both been deservedly awarded an Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for their service to the local community. 

Max was awarded his OAM for his service to Kingswood, particularly the Kingswood Neighbourhood Centre. Max and Dulcie founded the Centre in 2003 are both volunteers there. Max was President of the Centre for 10 years. 

Dulcie was awarded her OAM for service to Mount Druitt and Kingswood, particularly through the Mt Druitt Hospital Auxiliary. She has been Treasurer of the Auxiliary since 1973. 

Dulcie and Max have been valued customers for more than 35 years. They are truly part of the Greater family and all of our branch staff are honoured to call them friends. 

Congratulations Max and Dulcie from all your friends at The Greater.

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sam

Great advise, when i first started my own business, in my 1st year of trading i was stuck with loads of stock i could not get rid of,.

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Umbrella

Great point about the timing of the invoices. It is really important for small business owners to be aware of where the figures stand at this crucial time before the end of the financial year. Many small or especially relatively new businesses can find themselves closer to these thresholds that exist than they think and as a result, end up with much larger bills then they could have had.

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