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The Asbestos Diseases Research Institute held a morning tea on 4th April to celebrate the unveiling of the Honour Wall giving recognition to all those who have generously supported the Foundation. The wall was designed by the centre’s architect, Mr Mark Willett from the MSJ Group, and ties in with the artwork in the foyer.

Armando cuts ribbon unveiling the Honour Wall

Turner Freeman Managing Partner Armando Gardiman was invited to the event and was one of the three people to cut the ribbon for the Honour Wall. The Director of the Institute made very warm and generous comments about Armando’s association with the Institute and our firm’s general involvement.

90% of the private donors and 8 of the 9 major private donors for the Institute are former Turner Freeman clients.

Paul Signorelli Yvonne Tully Armando Gardiman and Nico Van Zandwijk1
(L to R) Paul Signorelli, Yvonne Tully, Armando Gardiman and Nico Van Zandwijk
Armando Gardiman Yvonne Tully Paul Signorell cutting the ribbon1
Paul Signorelli, Yvonne Tully and Armando Gardiman

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