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JUBB Catherine

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JUBB (CATHERINE)

Passed away suddenly at her home in Burra NSW on 24.09.2021. Dearly loved Daughter of Harry and Shirley and loving Sister to Cheryl and Jenny. Catherine was passionate in her fight for support of endangered animals globally. Her kindness and support will be missed by the animals and her friends.

Love from all her Family

JUBB (Catherine):

Passed away suddenly, no time to say goodbye. Loved Sister of Cheryl and Sister-in-law to Bryan, Aunty to Rachel and Gary and Great-Aunt to Connor and Jessica. Rest in peace now Catherine.

Forever in our Hearts

Published 29th Sep, 2021
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  • JUBB (Catherine):

    Cathy, as our colleague you played a pivotal role in shaping our team’s culture and were instrumental in improving the way we work. As our dear friend, you brought a warm and caring nature, and a fondness for animals, travel and photography that were shared by many in the team. You were strong, reliable and a wonderful mentor to us all. You were looked up to by many and respected by all. Level-headed and ready to offer practical solutions where needed but also the first to bring a cake and or a spread of delicious pastries no matter what the occasion. Young at heart and wise beyond your years, we will forever be grateful for the way you enriched our lives with your wonderful sense of humour, worldly insight and wisdom. We still can’t believe you’re no longer with us, but are comforted knowing you will always be in our memories. With love from your family at NHMRC.

    Wednesday, 20 October 2021 Submitted online by Chris Jennaway
  • JUBB (Catherine):

    Cathy, you started out as a colleague but fast became my firm friend. I will miss your humour, kindness, emotional support and wise counsel. The world is a little darker without you but you will be forever in my fond memories.

    Thursday, 7 October 2021 Submitted online by Gill Treloar

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