Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Lilliane brady Oam to be commemorated with state funeral

Deputy Premier John Barilaro today announced the former Mayor of Cobar and champion of Western NSW the late Lilliane Brady OAM will be commemorated with a State Funeral.

“Lilliane Brady OAM was the longest serving female Mayor in NSW and will be formally acknowledged by the NSW Government for her decades-long commitment to regional NSW by way of a State Funeral,” Mr Barilaro said.

“For 40 years Lilliane was a vocal advocate for her community and the broader western NSW region and fiercely fought for what she believed in.

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“While small in stature, Lilliane was a giant of local government for the last four decades and her unrivalled passion for the people of Cobar was critical in seeing the advancement of the community through local projects and funding.

“After serving 20 years as Mayor of Cobar Shire Council, Lilliane leaves behind an enduring legacy, the likes of which we will never see again.

“My deepest sympathy goes out to Lilliane’s family, friends, colleagues and the communities of regional NSW for which she fought tirelessly.”

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The State Funeral will be held in Cobar on Friday 19 February.

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