Westfield’s North Lakes Qld Local Heroes 2019 – Glenn Willmann

Westfield announce its 120 Westfield Local Heroes for 2019. In March, their communities across Australia and New Zealand told them who their heroes were, and in July we invited them to vote for their preferred finalists from a very impressive shortlist. Now it has the honour to announce the successful heroes and their affiliated organisations, all of whom will receive a grant of up to $10,000 to help them continue to grow their impact. In total, Westfield will be awarding 120 grants – totalling $1.2 million. 

One of the three Westfield North Lakes Local Heroes is:

Glenn Willmann OAM

Legacy
Dedicated . Honourable . Committed

QLD North Lakes Glenn Williamann Website[1]

Glenn Willmann served in the Australian Army for 32 years. However, he wants to give back and has been an active member of Legacy since 2005. He has organised ANZAC Day parades, fundraising concerts, guest speaking roles at civic functions and radio and newspaper interviews to publicise the needs of veterans. One of Glenn’s responsibilities is to look after the interests of 250 widows and families in the Morayfield/Caboolture area. He contacts each one regularly to ensure they are directed to the appropriate financial and other assistance that is available to them.

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Congratulations Glenn, you have extended the RAR’s motto Duty First to the broader Australian community.

Comments

  1. Glenn has always contributed to his utmost in any undertaking he has involved himself in since enlisting in 1964. Congratulations to him on behalf of his proud family.

  2. Mick Shave says

    Onya Glen, congratulations and very well done