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December 2018
 

 


John Snell, ACC

Mr Snell: exciting time

'Wealth of professional experience'

Retired financial services worker
joins nationwide caravan club board

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RETIRED financial services worker John Snell has joined the board of the Australian Caravan Club.

Mr Snell, from NSW, took up caravanning in 2011 after working for 44 years in the industry, the last three decades in a legal support role for retail and business bankers.

He will serve as a director of the 4600-member nationwide club until the next annual general meeting in 2019.

"I am pleased that John has accepted the invitation to join the board as he brings a wealth of professional experience and RV knowledge to the table," club chairman Craig Humphrey said.

"We have had a vacancy for some months, with current board members carrying additional duties," he said.

"This appointment brings the board membership to six as per the constitution. John has relinquished his ACC Golden Westerners branch secretary role to immediately fill the board position."

Mr Humphrey said the new appointment, along with fellow director Deb Bott's election at this year's AGM, added "a great depth of experience" to the board because both had spent many years working in and around the club.

One of the post retirement priorities for Mr Snell and wife Kathy was to become members of the Australian Caravan Club.

"I'm delighted to join the board and continue to work within the club," he said.

"It is an exciting time to be a part of the ACC and I'm looking forward to working at a different level for our members.

"Iíve spent quite a number of years within the club in a variety of positions and this will provide great background for the board role."

Mr Snell was vice president and secretary of the ACC's Golden Westerners branch for many years.

He joined the ACC policy team in 2013 and did research for a number of ACC initiatives.

Mr Snell has spent his life living in Sydney and besides caravanning enjoys spending time with his two married children and five grandchildren.

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