Audrey Curtis is a retired credit controller born 26 July 1945 in Rugby, Warwickshire in the UK – where the game rugby was invented. Audrey was the the 2nd of 3 daughters. Audrey retired aged 70 in July 2015. Audrey was admitted to St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne on 29th March 2017 for aortic valve replacement surgery after several years of cardiac symptoms. Following this surgery, Audrey experienced several episodes of delirium on the ward postoperatively which have had a long-lasting impact on her. She is committed to helping avoid this complication for future patients.
Audrey now enjoys life with Husband Bob in Croydon, Melbourne, Australia, and enjoys reading and spending time with her Grandchildren, family and friends.