Submariner Surfaces in Thornhill

Wed, Mar 21st 2012 at 12:00 am -

Stan Bromilow becomes Thornhill's latest new member.

Frank welcomes Staninto the Club 21/03/12

Thornhill and District Rotary recently welcomed local man Stan Bromilow as a new member into the club. Stan spent a large part of his working life in the Royal Navy, firstly on surface ships including HMS Belfast, now preserved as a floating museum in London, followed by a number of years serving on Polaris submarines. He retired as a Chief Petty Officer after a total of 17 years of service. After his Navy service Stan worked with petroleum giant Shell based in Aberdeen but working off-shore in the Brent Alpha field. Over the years Stan has been much involved in the work of the charity Habitat for Humanity, an organisation which builds homes for people who have no hope of being able to have a home of their own. With this charity Stan has been involved in building houses in locations such as the townships of South Africa and Nepal.


In welcoming Stan into the club, President Frank Williamson said,

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