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(08) 8566 2301
Meet your local
Dr Daria Gillespie
Dr Daria Gillespie is new to the veterinary
staff at Barossa Veterinary Service and enjoys
providing quality treatment to the Barossa
Dr Daria graduated from Massey University
in New Zealand last year with a Bachelor of
She received entry into the course on a high
achiever’s scholarship based off the high A - A+
average of her first year results.
She moved to the Barossa firstly because
our region has an outstanding reputation
internationally and has a great mix of traditional
and high standard farming practices.
Growing up around an array of animals when
she was younger strengthened her desire to
help animals within the community.
Dr Daria has an interest in production animal
herd health management and loves the
balance of work here in the Barossa.
For the last three months Dr Daria has been
working at Barossa Vet Service and has loved
every moment of it.
She is happy to be living in the Barossa Valley
and experiencing the friendly community.
Daria is a keen hockey and rugby player.
She has a 15-year-old cat that will be coming
over from New Zealand to live with her in the
Barossa which shows her commitment and
bond between pet and owner.
Please take the time to welcome her as you
see her around.
Darrell Kaesler welcomes Master Jeweller
Andrew Gaszner to his business
Darrell Kaesler and Andrew Gaszner.
• Jewellery repairs
• Ring remodelling
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Design consultations by appointment
With over 40 years
We can even repair your spectacle
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• Engraving • Setting
• Watch Repairs
Darrell Kaesler, clock and watchmaker,
Tanunda, is introducing Master Jeweller
Andrew Gaszner to his business.
In 1980 Darrell commenced a four year
watch making apprenticeship with his father,
Aub Kaesler, at his Unley Jewellers business
It was here when Darrell met Andrew, an
apprentice Jeweller at the time.
Now, 35 years later Darrell and Andrew are
once again working together and agree they
couldn’t be happier.
“Andrew is a skilled jeweller, we get on well
and it’ll be great to be working together again,”
Andrew will be working in the Tanunda
business on Fridays from 9.30 a.m. till 3 p.m,
or any day by appointment.
Between the two of them, the pair
can manufacture and repair all types of
jewellery, hand-engrave, repair clocks,
watches, reading glasses, bracelets, music
boxes and much, much more.
Andrew specialises in bringing jewellery
back to its former glory, and now with a new
special laser machine, virtually anything
However he will also be making stock
for sale within the shop and make custom
orders - the possibilities are endless.
“I love working up here. It’s a breath of
fresh air,” said Andrew.
“Darrell has a really good clientele and
is well known in the Barossa. His clients
who come in with clocks and watches now
come in for their jewellery as well.”
The pair both agreed that quality is
what they aim for across all areas, and
with over 70 years combined experience,
they definitely have all your watch, clock
and jewellery needs covered.
Huckel family present
Vicar Matt Huckel, his wife Sal
and their children presented their
testimony to Branching Out, a girl’s
night out for 8-80 plus, coordinated
by the Women’s Ministry of St Petri
Lutheran Church, Nuriootpa.
The evening was themed “Working
for the Master Chef ” with Sal
explaining that their Master Chef is
Sal and Matt spoke about their first
“I first met my husband, Matthew,
in Norwich UK in 1998. He was
backpacking in Europe and our paths
crossed at a chamber choir rehearsal
where he had come to stay for a few
days with one of his old tutors from
the former Flinders Street School
of Music in Adelaide,’ said Sal. “We
connected in friendship when we
discussed our faith.”
The couple married in Norwich in
2000 and were blessed with three
boys before they moved to Adelaide
(Matt’s home town) in 2008. Since
living in Adelaide the Huckels have
had three girls.
Matt has been studying at the
Lutheran Seminary over the past four
years and Sal, a former solicitor, has
been home schooling their children.
“We have a wonderful opportunity
to instil the passion that we have
for God in our children,” said Sal.
“The desire to home school has also
given us the freedom to come to St
Petri, Nuriootpa, for Matt’s six month
Matt and Sal said that the family
have been enjoying living in the
Barossa Valley and being involved
in the St Petri Congregation.
“St Petri Church has tremendous
history and is a very resourceful
church, showing much love and
care with the various programmes
including Hand in Hand, Lutheran
Community Care, the visitation
team and the Nuriootpa High School
Project,” said Matt.
The Huckels will return to North
Adelaide after Matthew’s six months
of vicarage to complete his course at
the Seminary. The family see their
time at Nuriootpa as a practice for the
real thing next year when they move
to serve in a Lutheran Congregation.
Barb Alexander who compered
the evening thanked the Huckels for
sharing their life journey and faith
through song, sayings, phrases and
scripture. Kaylene Rohrlach also
thanked the family and presented
them with a small gift.
The next ‘Branching Out’ evening
on May 26 will have the theme
‘Women’s Health’. Women of the
community are welcomed to come
along to enjoy a night of information,
sharing and fellowship.
The Huckel family. Back: Vicar Matt Huckel and Sal Huckel.
Front: Jonah, Tabitha, Zachary, Grace, Ben and Philippa.
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