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European and Australian OP Coordinators Retire

by Kenneth Tufts, Director of Organized Play

12th December 2016

Today, we are sad to announce the departure of two of our most valuable volunteers.

Steve Hartmann (Chompers): has decided to retire from his position as the Australian Organised Play coordinator, he has done excellent work ensuring Australia had a vibrant organized play scene over the last few years. We will miss his passion for the games and wish him well in his future endeavours.
Steve left the following words for the community:

Working with the Continuing Committee and the Australian players has been a fantastic experience in which I have made many friends all over the world. Moving away from Sydney to start a new life with my family was always going to be a challenge in continuing my role with the Continuing Committee. I continue to love playing the game and hope to return my focus to competitive play rather than organiser in the years to come.

 

Thomas Schneider (Thsch): has decided to retire from his position as the European Organised Play Coordinator. As one of the earliest volunteers for The Continuing Committee Thomas has been instrumental in ensuring Europe had a vibrant organized play scene for as long as I can remember. We will miss his passion for the games and wish him well in his future endeavours.

In the meantime, operations will continue with our existing staff and we will be posting details about these open positions in the coming days.

Both Steve and Thomas have had immeasurable positive effect on this organization, and they will be missed. Please join me in thanking them for their service and wishing them the best in the future.


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