|Ailsa May Lovell Pank (1909-2006) was a CMS missionary 1958-1970. Prior to joining the CMS she had trained as a social worker and her first posting with the CMS was as a social worker at leper hospitals in Uganda, from there she spent time in Nigeria and India before transferring to Kenya where she helped establish a rehabilitation centre for delinquent youths. After her retirement from the CMS in 1970 she stayed on in Mombasa until eventually returning to England. She spent her last years living at Venn House and then Abbeyfield Woodgate House, Tunbridge Wells.
Reference: Information supplied by the CMS Archivist and Ailsa Pank's own reminiscences in CMS/ACC883
|Deposited with the CMS by the executors of Ailsa Pank February 2006