Lorraine Munro spent her childhood in Ontario. Her family then moved to Alberta where she later met her husband to be, Ron in Edmonton while they were both working at the Edmonton Inn Hotel. They moved to Red Deer where Lorraine entered the nursing program at the age of 29. She... completed a degree and then went on to complete a masters along with a nurse practitioner certification.
Lorraine has 2 step children, now adults in their 30's. One is living in Ontario with his wife and child and the second is in Saskatchewan. You are probably wondering what brought this couple to Vancouver Island? The connection is Lorraine's father - who lives in Comox.
Lorraine and Ron love the outdoors. They enjoy the kayaking, golf, scuba diving, hiking and sailing. Their sailboat is also in Comox. When Ron was ready to semi retire from instructing in Hospitality and Tourism, they decided they wanted to make the move to Vancouver Island so they could enjoy more work - life balance. This made it an easy transition for Ron to become a kept man.
Lorraine secured a job at the Port McNeill Medical Clinic and they bought a house at Storey's Beach, with the assistance of "Rookie of the year" Sandra Masales. They are getting very sick of people asking them "are you the couple who bought IV's house?" and are really starting to dislike IV without ever meeting him.
So, now they are living the dream! Lorraine is finding it harder and harder to make time for work. Unfortunately, she has been forced into reality - she does need to take work more seriously in order to pay for their $900 hydro bill this month!
Ron and Lorraine are empty nesters with a wonderful dog named Kate. Lorraine is not shy about her age - she is 53.
Although Lorraine works in Port McNeill, she wanted the opportunity to join the Rotary Club of Port Hardy in order to be more connected with the community she lives in.
In the short time that I have known Ron and Lorraine Lines, we have become good friends and I believe they will be an asset to our club!
WELCOME!

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