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5 New Justices of the Peace

Ric Carlyon - Thursday, February 25, 2016

Auckland has 5 new Justices of the Peace, recently sworn in before Judge Phillipa Cunningham.
The appointments reflect the region’s diverse community.  
Jonathon Asi, a Filipino by birth, is an IT technician with tertiary qualifications in science, theology and technical subjects. He’s involved in sporting and organisations benefiting youth and immigrants. 
Michael Codlin, before retiring, was for 40 years in the telecommunications field.  He is a Lifeline counsellor and interviewer at his local Citizens’ Advice Bureau.
Aida Crombach was born in Peru, Spanish is her first language and she’s Honorary Consul for Peru, in which office she often assists Peruvians in Auckland. Ms Crombach teaches biology at Massey University’s Albany campus.
Kathleen Landsman, German-born, has spent most of her life in New Zealand, and has a record assisting community groups such as Birthright, Lifeline and Hospice North Shore. 
Claire Schoeller is well-used to public service - she works in the electorate office of Cabinet Minister Judith Collins. Claire has also service in numerous community and church organisations in Ponsonby. 



Recent Swearing. L- R: Selwyn Howarth, President Auckland Justices of the Peaces Assoc: Claire Schoeller: Judge Phillipa Cunningham: Kathleen Landsman: Aida Crombach and Jonathan Asi. Absent - Michael Codlin
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