Genevieve Cutler has been blessed with a varied, interesting and often quite challenging life. Born into a devout Christian family in Brighton, Melbourne, in 1920, when World War II broke out she involved herself in a number of ways. Eventually she left a job she loved with 'The Argus' newspaper, to become a Company Officer with the Australian Army Medial Women's Service and trained women who would be posted overseas. After the war, she trained as a triple-certificated nursing sister and spent over eighteen years working with the Church Missionary Society in Africa. Later adventures included working for the Nurses' Christian Fellowship and Scripture Union. She wrote many articles for a variety of publications, lived in Paris for a time, and espoused the cause for the ordination of women in the Anglican Church of Australia. Her life of faith, dedication and service is a great example for us. These Memoirs have been researched from Genevieve's extensive collection of diaries and photographs.
BIOGRAPHY I love to write, edit and self-publish now that I'm retired; it's a time-consuming hobby, but great fun. I have thirteen grandchildren and one great-granddaughter, enjoy gardening, walking, my friends, my church community and going on holidays. Oh, yes, my dear Maltese Terrier died last year, but I have three goldfish.
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