Ted is calling it quits

AS the only rooster among the hens in the office, Ted Greenwood will be sadly missed.

Mid North Coast Cancer Council general manager Patty Delaney is sorry to see Ted’s departure after three years as community relations co-ordinator.

“I think Ted’s greatest strength has been to form strong relationships within the community,” Ms Delaney said. “The other thing about Ted is he’s a very generous person.”

Ted has worked tirelessly for the Cancer Council, raising its profile and getting the community involved in events such as the Biggest Morning Tea, Relay for Life and Daffodil Day.

“He looks for opportunities to involve people,” Ms Delaney said.

In addition to his PR role, Ted has worked as a volunteer with the Living Well After Cancer program, assisting other survivors navigate life without the disease.

Ted finishes work at the Coffs Harbour branch of the Cancer Council today.



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