I was born in Winton in 1969, I went to school in
Winton until grade 9 when I went to St Teresa's Catholic College Abergowrie,
when I left school and got my first job on the Winton Shire Council on the
road gang then I soon moved into the parks and gardens department where I
had done many jobs from mowing lawns to driving a street sweeper then to the
ganger position, also from 1986 to 2007 I was a DJ playing at the Australian
Hotel in Winton as well as many large events in Winton, my disco machine was
name The Rock Machine. In
2007 I moved to Townsville to start an apprenticeship as an Electrician
under my farther in law Graham Butterworth. In 2013 I became a member of the
Townsville Veteran Vintage & Historic Motor Club and in 2016 became the Club
Captain and Magazine Editor. I take to my work the same determination and
quality of work that I put into all of my tasks, work or pleasure. I am a
firm believer in you tell me it can't be done and I'll prove you wrong, as
long as it abides by the Australian Standards. I am building a business and
working as a tradesmen using the same qualities I have learnt from Graham
Butterworth and the western life. I hope to bring a quality service to your
ONE of the undoubted highlights of Townsville's
Heritage Day on May 15 2016 was a 1934 Dodge K32 truck.
It was on display at Townsville's West End Park and is
owned by Gary Parker who has lovingly restored it.
"It was my dad's and used to deliver water to Winton
and originally was a fuel truck. I got it in 1985," Gary said.
The wonderful Dodge is registered with the Townsville
Veteran Vintage and Historic Motor Club.
Gary started restoring it in mid 2009 and finished in
September of 2010. John McLean was one of the many who checked out the
Dodge and was highly impressed.
"This is a beautiful old truck and stands out and lots
of people have been looking at it," John said. >Mary Small was another who liked the Dodge.
"It must have taken a lot of time to restore and seeing
it has been great for me," she said
Parker's Electrical NQ is introducing the new Clipsal Iconic range.
Clipsal Iconic is a modern electrical accessories range, based on a slim, sleek, clean design that is easy to
blends in with your environment.
The Iconic range is loaded with clever features and benefits like new game changing modular mechs and grids with changeable skins and
dollies for unrivalled customization now and in the future. Clipsal Iconic – next generation wall switches and sockets that give you more
options than ever before and makes it easy for our costumers to change the look
of there switches when they repaint.. Parker's Electrical NQ is one of the first in
Townsville to use this range in a new House.
HAVE YOU RECIEVED A ERGON DEFECT? These defect
can be about the connection to your property or a switchboard
fault. If so then give the professionals a call, Parker's Electrical
NQ can correct the defect at a very reasonable price, and our
electricians can advise you on any other issues you my have, it is
always a good idea to have you're switchboard and mains checked by a
Electrical Contractor every few years as things can become
overloaded or damaged and out of date.
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