Wilfred Baker, Diocesan Secretary in the United Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, has spent the first day of his final full week in office attending his last meetings of a number of charities in the Diocese which he has administered for nearly 42 years. In order to mark the occasion, and for posterity, the trustees and governors of the various charities posed with Wilfred for photographs:
Wilfred Baker (front, second from left) with the Governors of the City of Cork Church School Board: Front (l-r) Mrs Violet Warner, Wilfred Baker, Bishop Paul Colton (Chairman), Archdeacon Adrian Wilkison and in the back row (l-r) Keith Roberts and Dean Nigel Dunne.
The trustees of the Victoria Trust, Cork. Front row (l-r) Mrs Eveline St Leger, Wilfred Baker, Bishop Paul Colton (Chairman), Michael Hall (Secretary/Treasurer); Back row (l-r) Archdeacon Adrian Wilkinson, Keith Roberts, Charles Olden, Robin Newenham, Jonathan Fleury, the Reverend Edwin Hunter, and Dr Edgar Ritchie.
St Stephen’s Protestant Orphan Society. Front Row (l-r) Mrs Eveline St Leger, WIlfred Baker, Bishop Paul Colton, (Chairman), Canon Eithne Lynch; Back Row (l-r) Keith Roberts, Charles Olden, Drew Ruttle, Canon Daniel Nuzum, Dean Nigel Dunne, Ms Kate Nielson, Dean Alan Marley, and Dr Edward Gash.
Cork Cloyne and Ross Diocesan Board of Education. Front (l-r) the Reverend Elaine Murray, Wilfred Baker, Bishop Paul Colton (Chairman), Ms Máire Roycroft; Back (l-r) Archdeacon Adrian Wilkinson, Derek Johnston, Dean Nigel Dunne, Dean Alan Marley, the Reverend Anne Skuse, and Andrew Coleman.
The Trustees of the Lapp’s Charity. Front (l-r) Archdeacon Adrian Wilkinson, Wilfred Baker, Bishop Paul Colton (Chairman)O, Dean Nigel Dunne; Back row (l-r) Marcus Calvert and Canon Eithne Lynch.