In everlasting memory of our departed founder of SHC Mr Terence Seah

A sad day to know that Mr Terence Seah has left us. It’s a great loss to SHC. He being a founder of SHC has help us to get together for organised activities to keep us with occupied with various activities.
My deepest condolences.
May his soul rest in peace


Author: Sekaran

I am 64 yrs old plus , married with 3 children. Spend 27 years in the SAF as a regular and requested for an early retirement at the age of 46. Continued with a 2nd career job with MSF (old MCYS) (S'pore Boys Home ) as a Senior Youth Guidance Officer. Retired at 62 yrs and has continued to work on yearly contract as I am enjoying my job with Juveniles. I love to travel and I have visited parts of Australia, Taiwan, Bali, UK, Vietnam, China, Europe, Thailand, India, Nepal, Dubhai, Sri Lanka, Cambodia and Malaysia. Still more to cover and hope that SHC members could help me in my aim to see more of the world. Presently. I cannot be active member as I have an additional role as a caretaker. New Update (10/4/23) Retiree aged 70. Residing most of the time on n off in Perth n South India and presently in Perth. Interested in short walks ( Have hip n knee problem )

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