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Phil & Diane Dunk are (officially) retired…whatever that means!

Phil’s background is 42 years in the Airline, Tourism and Travel industry through which he climbed up the ranks. He also has had many years as a radio presenter (voluntary & fulltime). He spent 3 years as an associate pastor in a Baptist church; and was also involved in Gospel Music, travelling the country and singing in highschools, prisons, youth rallies and concerts in conjunction with Youth for Christ, New Zealand.

Diane graduated as a Registered Community Nurse (Hons) in New Zealand and has diversified into child care, aged care, gastroenterology nursing and secretarial work. She is a hard working mother and grandmother.

Phil & Diane spent a total of 8 years in the Solomon Islands, whilst Phil was contracted in airline and tourism.

After Phil retired from the airline industry, he and Diane took up a short-term ‘conversational’ English teaching post in China.

More recently they have visited Zimbabwe for varying lengths of time, to assist in the work of YFC Zimbabwe and the Sandra Jones Children’s Village (a facility caring for up to 90 children from 2 weeks to 17 y.o. and including teen rape victims, abandoned children & babies and babies born to pregnant girls ).

Having returned from Zimbabwe  they are back at home in Australia.
Phil hosts ‘Night Vision’ each week night on Vision Radio Network [ go to http://www.vision.org.au  to listen online] as well as looking after UCB’s PNG Project by assisting Laif FM 98.3, in Wewak as it grows from a small local station to a network – hopefully reaching the entire nation. Diane, meanwhile, is a busy Grandma and spends time making fancy carry bags, to sell as fundraisers for Darwin Animal Rescue Group.

Their home is in the Eastern Suburbs of Brisbane.

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