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Harold Seeley

Chairman

the Woodlands Fund

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Background Information

Employment History

President

MHSOBA Inc


President

Narhex Life Sciences Limited


President

Gas Appliance Manufacturers Association Of Australia


Affiliations

Housing Industry Institute

Fellow


Charolais Society of Australia Ltd

Life Member


Australian Gas Association

Board Member


Web References(6 Total References)


Narhex Life Sciences Limited

www.narhex.com [cached]

Harold Seeley has had a long career in general business, in the areas of appliance manufacturing and the gas and transport industries, both in Australia and overseas.Mr Seeley was a Board Member of the Australian Gas Association for eighteen years and President of the Association from 1988 till 1990.His current positions include Member of the Institution of Gas Engineers (Australia) (since 1964); Immediate Past President of the Gas Appliance Manufacturers Association of Australia; Fellow of the Housing Industry Institute (F.A.H.l); director of Macbro United GCF International Pty Ltd; director of Ecom Asset Management (BVI) Ltd; Chairman of the Woodlands Fund - a substantial charitable organisation and director of various other private companies.


Vale - Harold Seeley AM

www.mhsoba.asn.au [cached]

Harold Seeley has had a long career in general business, in the areas of appliance manufacturing and the gas and transport industries, both in Australia and overseas.
Harold was a Board Member of the Australian Gas Association for eighteen years and President of the Association from 1988 till 1990. He held many positions in, and related to, the gas industry. He was awarded the citation of an AM in the Queens' Birthday Honours in 1990, 'for service to industry'. Harold was a life member of the Charolais Society of Australia and was one of the first to bring Charolais into Australia some 45 years ago. Harold exported quality females from England to New Zealand, where they were inseminated with Charolais semen. The progeny were then imported to Australia. Harold was also Chairman of the Woodlands Fund a substantial charitable organisation. The Woodlands Fund made significant financial contributions to MHSOBA and the School over many years. Harold was a very generous man and his generosity assisted many a worthwhile cause at the OBA and MHS. Harold was a devoted and dedicated member of MHSOBA, and was the inaugural Patron-in-Chief of the MHSOBA Green Maroon & Black Patrons' Club commencing in 1994. Despite deteriorating health Harold was present at the 20th Anniversary Dinner in 2014 held at the RACV. All P-i-Cs present commended Harold on his vision in setting up the GM&B. Through his continuing involvement with the GM&B Harold established a scholarship and bursary scheme for new Year 9 students who had financial hardship. This aided many year 9 students over a five year period. Harold and his wife Ann were regular attenders at the MHSOBA Wine Dinners over any years.


news

www.mhsoba.asn.au [cached]

Harold Seeley has had a long career in general business, in the areas of appliance manufacturing and the gas and transport industries, both in Australia and overseas.
Harold was a Board Member of the Australian Gas Association for eighteen years and President of the Association from 1988 till 1990. He held many positions in, and related to, the gas industry. He was awarded the citation of an AM in the Queens' Birthday Honours in 1990, 'for service to industry'. Harold was a life member of the Charolais Society of Australia and was one of the first to bring Charolais into Australia some 45 years ago. Harold exported quality females from England to New Zealand, where they were inseminated with Charolais semen. The progeny were then imported to Australia. Harold was also Chairman of the Woodlands Fund a substantial charitable organisation. The Woodlands Fund made significant financial contributions to MHSOBA and the School over many years. Harold was a very generous man and his generosity assisted many a worthwhile cause at the OBA and MHS. Harold was a devoted and dedicated member of MHSOBA, and was the inaugural Patron-in-Chief of the MHSOBA Green Maroon & Black Patrons' Club commencing in 1994. Despite deteriorating health Harold was present at the 20th Anniversary Dinner in 2014 held at the RACV. All P-i-Cs present commended Harold on his vision in setting up the GM&B. Through his continuing involvement with the GM&B Harold established a scholarship and bursary scheme for new Year 9 students who had financial hardship. This aided many year 9 students over a five year period. Harold and his wife Ann were regular attenders at the MHSOBA Wine Dinners over any years.


MHSOBA : Obituaries

www.mhsoba.asn.au [cached]

Harold Seeley has had a long career in general business, in the areas of appliance manufacturing and the gas and transport industries, both in Australia and overseas.
Harold was a Board Member of the Australian Gas Association for eighteen years and President of the Association from 1988 till 1990. He held many positions in, and related to, the gas industry. He was awarded the citation of an AM in the Queens' Birthday Honours in 1990, 'for service to industry'. Harold was a life member of the Charolais Society of Australia and was one of the first to bring Charolais into Australia some 45 years ago. Harold exported quality females from England to New Zealand, where they were inseminated with Charolais semen. The progeny were then imported to Australia. Harold was also Chairman of the Woodlands Fund a substantial charitable organisation. The Woodlands Fund made significant financial contributions to MHSOBA and the School over many years. Harold was a very generous man and his generosity assisted many a worthwhile cause at the OBA and MHS. Harold was a devoted and dedicated member of MHSOBA, and was the inaugural Patron-in-Chief of the MHSOBA Green Maroon & Black Patrons' Club commencing in 1994. Despite deteriorating health Harold was present at the 20th Anniversary Dinner in 2014 held at the RACV. All P-i-Cs present commended Harold on his vision in setting up the GM&B. Through his continuing involvement with the GM&B Harold established a scholarship and bursary scheme for new Year 9 students who had financial hardship. This aided many year 9 students over a five year period. Harold and his wife Ann were regular attenders at the MHSOBA Wine Dinners over any years.


MHSOBA History

www.mhsoba.asn.au [cached]

The founding Patron-in-Chief was Harold Seeley, a significant and generous benefactor of the OBA.


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