The South Eastern Times : July 6th 2017
12 NEWS Shared hospital history J.L. ‘FRED’ SMITH firstname.lastname@example.org WHEN the contractors working on the $500,000 fire management system upgrade at Millicent and District Hospital needed an experienced earth moving company, the choice was obvious. Millicent firm Teagle Excavations had literally turned the first sod on the site when the hospital was built in 1964. The family-owned company was founded in the mid-1950s and it has worked on many other extensions at the hospital over the past five decades. With founder Len Teagle and his son Geoff at the helm, Teagle Excavations has “moved the dirt” for such projects as one of the nursing home extensions in the 1990s and the Banksia House day care centre in the 1980s. When the hospital underwent a $2.35m redevelopment in the 1990s, Teagle Excavations was among the contractors. Len is aged well in his 80s and has stepped away from the management of the business. 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Robe resident Stephen Phillips was the first person to nominate last Thursday afternoon. He has since been joined by fellow resident and former Kingston District Council works manager Bob Bates and Robe residents David Laurie and Alison Nunan. The council is holding a supplementary election as Councillor Kristina Alexander has recently submitted her resignation after almost seven years of service. The postal vote will run from July 18 until August 7. The council held an information session for potential candidates last week and there were 10 interested persons present. Mill canteen handover EXPERT KNOWLEDGE: Geoff and Len Teagle, of Teagle Excavations, inspect their latest earthmoving project in the grounds of Millicent Hospital. check on the progress of the essential safety project. He said the “new” Millicent Hospital was built on the site of the showgrounds. “A.W. Baulderstone had the building contract and we prepared the ground for them,” Len said. “There was a lot more manual labour in those days.” Among his employees in the 1960s were Trevor Jennings, Bruce Grant and Gerry Grapendaal. As he has advanced in years, Len has also been required to see the inside of the hospital as a patient. “I have always been looked after very well,” he said. In 1964, Geoff had recently left Millicent High School and much of the hospital work was done with a shovel. The hospital and the rest of the Millicent central business district occupies a limestone ridge and the sophisticated digging equipment of nowadays was not available in the post-war years. Geoff’’s journey in life began at Millicent’s first hospital in Picture: J.L. “FRED” SMITH nearby Emily Street and it was named in memory of pioneering Scottish doctor Andrew Thyne. Geoff and Len’s company now has 20 employees and a number of other projects on its books. Teagle Excavations is working at St Anthony’s School and rehabilitating a former “hot rocks” drilling site near Penola. It is also involved in drain clearing and upgrading access roads to the wind turbines along the Woakwine Range. THERE was a smooth changeover on Monday in the management of the canteen at the Kimberly-Clark Australia Millicent Mill. Tantanoola couple Mark and June Pilmore had operated the facility for around a decade and it is now being overseen by Thornlea couple Kay and Neville Bowman. They have operated the Shearer’s Cook café in Millicent for the past 12 years and will continue to do so. Mr Bowman said they were warmly welcomed on their first day at the canteen which services the needs of over 400 mill employees and contractors. He said the home-made pies, pasties, sausage rolls, cakes and tarts were well received, while their rolls and buns are baked fresh each day at Andy’s Bakery in Millicent. The Bowmans and their two staff members will operate the KCA canteen on weekdays.
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