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Kath Wray funeral Piddingtons Chapel today 2pm live-streamed

Friday, 29 Apr
2:00 pm

Kath passed away peacefully on Wednesday 20th April.

Farewell to an Armidale champion, Kath Wray, a dedicated conservationist, hard working member of Armidale Tree Group and nursery, Armidale National Parks Association and many other local groups in our community.

As founder in 1991 of the Citizens Wildlife Corridors, Kath worked voluntarily in partnership with landowners, Landcare, ecologists, conservationists, Local Government and government agencies, Catchment Management, politicians and community to protect native wildlife and habitats by creating corridors across diverse land tenures.

Her funeral  is on Friday 29th April at 2pm in Piddingtons Chapel followed by the wake at Piddingtons Armidale.

Livestream available https://piddingtons.com.au

 

1 comment to Kath Wray funeral Piddingtons Chapel today 2pm live-streamed

  • Iain

    The Late Kath Wray

    It was with great sadness that we heard of Kaths passing. among all the incredible things that Kath did in her lifetime, she was a member of an Armidale City Council committee that led to the formation of the Armidale Urban Rivercare Group. She became a foundation member of AURG and regularly attended tree planting working bees into her early 80’s.

    Kath also organised grant funding for AURG from the group she formed, CWC. It was Kaths passion to have an east-west Wildlife Corridor from the University right through the middle of Armidale to Cookes Road and we are getting closer to achieving that goal of hers.

    AURG members are deeply saddened by her passing, but look forward to completing her dream.

    Regards Bruce

    Bruce Whan
    Chairman AURG