Vale Juanita Robb

News

It is with deep sadness we announce the sudden passing of much-loved team member and colleague, Juanita Robb.

Juanita passed away in Auckland on Monday 24th September 2019, surrounded by family and friends.

Juanita was a much-loved and respected team member who provided a caring connection between our clients and services. 

We are grateful for the four years she was part of the Connect Health & Community family.  Her bright personality and beautiful nature will be greatly missed.

Our deepest sympathy to husband Peter and sons, Nathan and Lachlan.

A donation to the Northland Rescue Helicopters will be made in Juanita’s memory.

- The CEO, management, staff and board of Connect Health & Community

 

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