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Liz PUGH Obituary
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Monday, 17 December 2018

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October 12, 2018

A treasured friend and colleague for many of my Tasmanian years. I will always fondly recall our many "nature" filled outings, the laughter and endless, wonderful conversation. Liz lived her passions with a joyous energy that was inspirational. My life was enriched by knowing you dear Lizzie.
Go gently dear soul, rest peacefully.
Loving thoughts and prayers to John and family.
October 12, 2018
Liz was a fun and beautiful person, who lived honourably by her values. I treasured our years of Monday evening chats over Maltesers, and her friendship always.
Sincere condolences to the family, from Dan and Chris
October 12, 2018
I worked with Liz at UTAS in 1997 and valued her frienship and guiding hand very much. RIP.
October 11, 2018
Liz Pugh was a delight who lit up our world just weeks ago when we met at the launch of the latest wilderness book at Petrarchs and she gave us a handwritten card signed xx Liz Pugh xx. An avid supporter of campaigns for Tasmania's wild nature, wildlife and wilderness - and opponent of Gunns proposed pulp mill in the Tamar Valley - Liz had a particular love for the Cataract Gorge and showing overseas visitors the resident bush wallabies. She was always a welcome visitor in the Liffey Valley too. She has left her grandchildren a world the better for her own generous life. Paul and I will always remember her, and her smile, with the greatest warmth. Bob Brown.