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Moya Eva (Butler) BADHAM Obituary
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Sunday, 21 October 2018

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October 9, 2017
My deepest condolences to both families. Memories are forever.
October 9, 2017
My deepest condolences to both families. Memories are forever
October 9, 2017
Mike and I also have fond memories of her time as librarian at Morrinsville College in the early 1970's. In her position along with the wonderful Lyn Johnstone, she provided an environment of professionalism, fun, support, learning and interest for students and staff. She involved herself in all aspects of school life and delivered many memorable "one-liners" on these occasions. Moya had a great love and loyalty for her family and despite the many curve balls thrown her way always maintained a positive outlook. It was a pleasure to have shared some wonderful times at the College during these years and we send our condolences to her family.
October 8, 2017
I have such fond memories of Moya at Morrinsville College where she was Librarian. She and I spent many happy times with the Maori Club on visits to marae around the area. She was a wonderful support to both staff and students. Her work was always of a very high standard. I lost touch with her in latter years but she was never far from my thoughts. She has lived to a wonderful age and I hope that you can take comfort from the fact that she was well respected by those who worked with her all those years ago.