Laurieton Tennis Club's life memberships for Erich Gehrke, Mary Sheffield and Milton Job

High recognition: Erich Gehrke, Mary Sheffield and Milton Job. Photo: supplied.
High recognition: Erich Gehrke, Mary Sheffield and Milton Job. Photo: supplied.

Outstanding members of the Laurieton Tennis Club have been recognised with life memberships.

Erich Gehrke, Mary Sheffield and Milton Job received the accolade at the club's July AGM.

A spokesperson from the Laurieton Tennis Club said all three members had made significant contributions.

Erich has worn many hats for the club over a number of years on the committee.

"He has been the treasurer over the last 12 years and has demonstrated diligence in all monetary aspects of the club in an exemplary manner," the club spokesperson said.

Milton has held positions including president, vice president and secretary and has contributed to all aspects to ensure the club functions.

"His willingness to assist others in their roles within the committee, as well as working within the community to ensure the club's facilities are up to date have been exemplary," the spokesperson said.

"His preparedness to assist with the development of junior tennis and to work with coaches has been very valuable."

Mary has been a key organiser of social groups, while contributing as a long serving member of the committee.

"Her valuable organising skills contributed to the social functions, as well as ensuring the environment is maintained to a high standard," the spokesperson said.

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