ADIA is the peak business organisation representing manufacturers and suppliers of dental products. Our vision is for an industry that empowers oral health professionals to advance the health and wellbeing of all Australians...................... — ADIA Strategic Plan

Service Recognition — Life Membership

ADIA Life Members have volunteered a considerable part of both their working and personal lives to the development of a strong industry association, often as a personal and commercial cost. They following individuals have received the highest award the ADIA Board is able to bestow:

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ADIA Life Members —

1983
1983
1983
1986
1989
1989
1995
1995
1998
2001
2004
2004
2004
2006
2015

Colin W Cormie OBE
Sydney Jensen
Charles A Harris OAM
Donald R Blackie
Edward M Donovan
Peter J Martin
Axel Buchner
Ian Hughes
Ian S Anderson
Armin A Roth
Ferd Gritter
Geoff D Robinson
Ian Crawford
Keith Mentiplay
Pam Clark

ADIA and the broader dental industry have benefited greatly from the time, energy and services freely given by these individuals. The success that ADIA continues to enjoy in policy advocacy, standards development and trade shows can be largely attributed to the contribution that these individuals have made.

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