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Much loved and respected Hillview Aged Care senior nurse Yvonne Mullen has retired after 13 years of dedicated care to the Bunyip residents.
Hillview residents gathered together on Monday 4 December to wish Yvonne an enjoyable retirement.
Resident Mr Duncan Holman spoke on behalf of the residents, expressing how much she would be missed, and thanking her for the wonderful care that she provided.
On behalf of the residents, Mr Holman presented Yvonne with a lime tree for her garden.
Yvonne and her husband Doug plan to do some travelling in retirement.

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