Farewell Daphne Curtis
KHA members will be saddened to hear of the passing of Daphne Curtis. Daphne, a former resident of what is now Namadgi National Park, was a good friend of KHA and a person passionate about the mountains.
David is a heritage architect who works with the ACT Government, ACT Environment. He was responsible for the preparation of the Namadgi Plan of Management review.
Deidre is a keen bushwalker and KHA Life Member.
She is a past KHA committee member, having served as Secretary for many years, and responsible for the KHA Social Program.
Sir Herbert was an enthusiastic and intrepid skier. He was a foundation member of the Kosciusko Alpine Club in 1909 and of the Ski Club of Australia in 1920, and was President of the latter for 40 years.
Written by Gwen Hubert, daughter of Ossie Wellsmore and sister of Don.
Graham has been a member of KHA dating back to the early 1980's, maybe earlier.
Harry is a bushwalker extraordinaire and noted author of outdoor books.
Recruited by Graham Scully soon after the 2003 fires.
Dick's memories of dingo hunting.
Recorded by Dean Turner, 1989
Farewell Jack Oldfield. The high country lost another of its figures in October when Jack Oldfield passed away. Jack had a long association with the mountains and had links with many huts in Namadgi National Park.
Jack is a stallwart of KHA. A quiet man, he makes his presence felt at the sharp end of hut workparties.
Jane began on the KHA committee as the Secretary in 1996 and 1997. After attending one workparty (just to satisfy a couple of insistent committee members) she found she was hooked, and in May 1998 took up the position of HMO North.