NCA stalwart dies


Posted on February 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Christine Ferrier, a board member and former vice chairman of the National Care Association, died in late November after a short illness.
NCA chairman Nadra Ahmed said Mrs Ferrier had been a provider of services in the South London area for more than 30 years.
“Christine had been unwell for a few months but her sudden and untimely death came just a few weeks after she attended our annual conference,” said Mrs Ahmed.
“I am delighted that we were able to honour Christine at conference this year by making her an honorary vice president of the National Care Association as a tribute to her commitment to the organisation over the years. She was delighted by the recognition.
“We will all miss Christine. She had been a member for almost 29 years and all who knew her here appreciated her wisdom and commitment, both to quality care and to the National Care Association. Our tho





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