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Communications executive

Averil Bloy Slade, British communications executive. Volunteer writer, lecturer National Trust, Berkshire, England; Fellow: Royal Geography Society; member: Royal Academy Art, Knightsbridge Association.

Background

Slade, Averil Bloy was born on April 13, 1938 in Cornwall, England. Daughter of Thomas Edward and Edith Curtis.

Education

American Kennel Club, London University, 1957. Degree in English, London University, 1959.

Career

Language teacher British Army of Rhine, Germany, 1959—1961. English teacher Peckham Girls' Comprehensive School, London, 1962—1964. Public relations executive Gulf Air, 1974—1989.

Director corporation affairs various companies including Brompton Hospital, National Heart Hospital, London Chest Hospital, National Heart and Lung Institute University London, 1989—1996. Director public affiars Royal Brompton Hospital, London, 1996—2001. Director public affairs Royal Brompton & Harefield National Health Service Trust, London, 1996—2001.

Consultant in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Volunteer writer, lecturer National Trust, Berkshire, England. Fellow: Royal Geography Society. Member: Royal Academy Art, Knightsbridge Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, theater, music, sports, architecture, exploration.

Connections

Married David Slade, November 26, 1977 (deceased 1996). Married Colin Henry Bloy, June 20, 1959 (divorced 1972). Children: Nicholas Rupert Heylett Bloy, Tamsyn Emma Sarah Bloy.

father:
Thomas Edward

mother:
Edith Curtis

spouses:
David Slade

Colin Henry Bloy

children:
Nicholas Rupert Heylett Bloy Slade

Tamsyn Emma Sarah Bloy Slade