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Meet the Members
Jefferey Franklin joined Woodbridge Probus Club in 2002. He has been Chairman and Vice Chairman. He feels the combination of the company of other members, many of whom have had successful and interesting working lives, a good meal and a talk from an interesting speaker makes for a special and enjoyable day each month.. His interests include Sailing and Duplicate Bridge. He is a member of Round Table and Rotary International. He was a partner in a large dental practice in Chingford Essex.
Kim Fisher joined Woodbridge Probus Club in 2011.He was vice Chairman in 2015 and Chairman in 2016. He particularly enjoys talking to members with their diverse backgrounds and experiences. He is very much involved in designing and building innovative sailing boats. Kim is a committee member of the Amateur Yacht Research Society and has built and sailed his own radical boats for many years, some of which have been exhibited at the RYA Dinghy Show. Previous to retiring Kim was an industrial designer with Russell Hobbs, Gillette, Philips and then BT.
Roger Brown joined Woodbridge Probus Club in 2013. He joined the committee in 2016 and has served as the lunches organiser since 2017. He finds the monthly Probus lunch meetings extremely sociable. He owns a classic car and writes about them for several car club magazines, as well as a monthly article for the Co-
he moved to Suffolk from West London where he worked as a Sales Manager.
Jim Colthup joined Woodbridge Probus Club in 2016. He joined the committee in 2016 and became the club’s Publicity Officer in 2017. He particularly enjoys the camaraderie at Woodbridge Probus Club, the food and the excellent speakers. Prior to retirement he had various positions in sales and marketing, sales promotion and building exhibition stands. Prior to that his career spanned Thornycrofts, the Southampton shipbuilder, the Merchant Navy as an engineer sailing with Royal Mail line and British Rail channel packets.He worked for eight years on the Apollo programme in the US and for an electronics company.
Always a good lunch followed by a fascinating talk
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