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Librarian: Mrs Judith Bright
Administrative Secretary: Maria Thompson
Enquiries: Rev'd Brian Dawson
Provincial President: Rev'd Iritana Hankins
General Manager: Mr Mark Wilcox
National Director: The Rev'd Steve Maina
Liaison Bishop: The Rt Rev'd Te Kitohi Pikaahu
Principal Defence Chaplain: Chap1 (Col) Lance Lukin, OStJ, JP, QHC
Chair: The Rev'd David Bush
Secretary: The Rev'd Michael Hughes
Manager: Mr James Mist
National Guardian: Rev'd Brian Dawson
Provincial Minister: The Rev'd Dr Philip Sallis, AHC
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