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George Fisher’s forty-six years of service include managing health food cafes, Avondale Industries and the Sydney Sanitarium in Australia.
Edward Clarence Halsey was a baker who was invited to come to Australia from the United States. He was responsible for developing many of the health-food products which were to become icons for Sanitarium Health food Company in the South Pacific.
Joseph and Mabel James worked as missionaries in Vanuatu.
Litster, William Reginald (1892–1964) and Jessie Emma Marion Litster (Reekie) (1894–1972)
W. Glynn Litster
William and Jessie Litster served the Seventh-day Adventist church in various capacities in Samoa, Fiji, and Australia.
Fred and Marion Reekie were pioneer literature evangelists in the early years of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia. They worked in Western Australia, New South Wales, Queensland, and Victoria.
Carl Ulrich, an Adventist minister, held a number of significant managerial and leadership positions within the denomination in Australia over a timespan of almost forty years.
Laura Louisa Lee Ulrich Smith was a nurse, educator, and promoter of the Adventist health message and lifestyle.