Charles Younan

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December 28, 2009
Charles Younan migrated to Australia in 1962. By 1970 he had completed his Builders Licence and in 1972 established his own construction company. His specialties are design and construction. From 1976 to the present day, Mr. Younan has completed numerous projects for the Department of Housing. The projects he has undertaken range from the construction of pensioner and disabled units to high rise buildings. His work has included the construction of childcare centres and corrective services buildings. His honesty and integrity is a trademark and is well known within the building and Lebanese Australian communities. He is a man who has always placed honesty and friendship above all else. In 1964 he married Yvonne Maroun. They have 3 sons who have all completed their University degrees.

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