Yvonne was born at Acornhoek in the Eastern Transvaal to missionary parents and because of the nature of their work, attended a boarding school in White River. After matriculating her parents moved to Durban where Yvonne attended a Church in Morningside while doing nurses training and then working for the Railways. David was born in
I am a founder member of WPC having moved from Pinetown Presby when Westville Presby first opened. I served as a Sunday School Teacher with Peter Benson as Superintendent for many years (over 10 I think). I was fortunate to be trained by Kingsley as a Bethel Teacher and spent many happy years working with
I was born in Durban on 27 April 1929 in a nursing home in Botanic Gardens.I have lived in Natal all my life. I went to Penzance Road Junior School until standard 6 (grade 8), and was fortunate to be awarded the CE James scholarship to attend Durban Girls College in 1943 for four years.
We are a family of three, myself and my wife Swazi as well as our young child Sengamele. We got married in December 2004 and we have stayed in Westville for approximately ten years now. We stem from separate but similar backgrounds and we proceed in life as a family unit. On 29 September we
This year marks Zane and Janell’s 5th Wedding Anniversary and the 2nd birthday of our daughter Olivia. It’s been a year where we’ve decided to make the best of each day, place God as our number one priority and cherish family. One of our favourite past times is heading to the beach where dad can
The Mobile DTS, my life for the past 24 weeks, is done! On Thursday, we had our commissioning night, where we gave glory to God for what he did in and through us over the time of the DTS. We commissioned the students on to the next stage and season of their lives. It was
Geoff and I have been part of Westville Presby for many years, I joined 31 years ago! Sunday school, youth and yuccas played a very important part in my life and we want to give thanks to God for that! Geoff works for Masscash/Walmart and has a passion for game reserves and the outdoors. Carol
The Purchase surname has Anglo-French origins possibly derived from the French word for fisherman; so be prepared for some “tall” stories. The maiden name “Kitto” fills telephone directories in Cornwall. Both “ballies” were born in Zimbabwe but met at U Natal. Margie studied chemistry and now teaches piano, between painting pictures, playing with grandchildren and
It has been a while since I last communicated. I apologise for the silence. However it has not been so quiet. This past year I did not lead the School of Biblical Studies (SBS). As I have done in the past, releasing other leaders to lead this school, I handed the leadership to Andy Thomas.
Terry spent most of his childhood in King Williams Town where he attended Dale College. He made the move to Durban to train as an accounting and maths teacher. After 35 years as an academic Terry now has a small accounting practice, does some lecturing and “in-house” training. Terry is passionate about sport and has