Eildon bids farewell to vice chairman Henry Coyle
Eildon Housing Association has bid farewell to its vice chairman Henry Coyle, who has resigned from the Board after seventeen years of dedicated voluntary service.
Henry is stepping down in order to take up a senior position with Scottish Borders Housing Association, as reported by Scottish Housing News yesterday.
During his time with Eildon, Henry has served as chairman of the audit & risk committee, chairman of the remuneration committee, and latterly as vice chairman of the board.
Paying tribute to Henry’s contribution, Eildon chairman Trevor Burrows said: “Henry has been a hugely valuable asset for Eildon and has been an important Board member during a successful period of growth and development for the Association.
“Henry’s personal commitment and thoughtful and insightful contributions have been valued by fellow Board members and senior staff alike and we will all greatly miss his involvement.
“However, we wish him well in his new role with SBHA and I am pleased that his knowledge and experience is not being lost to the housing association sector.”
Henry added: “I’ve enjoyed every minute of my time on the Board at Eildon. I’ve made many fantastic friends and learned a great deal from each and every one of them.
“While I’ll miss my Eildon colleagues, I’m really excited about the opportunities ahead with SBHA. Thanks to everyone at Eildon and I wish them good luck for the future.”