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Evan John CHUGG Obituary
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May 17, 2019
Jane & Peter wish to send our sympathy to you all upon the death of Evan Peter is an old friend last saw him in Auckland a few years ago Katikati
May 17, 2019
jANE AND pETER lAWN FROM kATIKATI WISH TO SAY OUR SYMPATHY AND CONDOLENCES UPON THE DEATH OF eVAN WHO WAS AN OLD TIME FRIEND OF PETERS FROM hIUTT vALLEHY MOTORING CLIUB PETER WAS OUT AT MG DINNER LAST NIGNHT A ND WAS TOLD OF HIS DEATHB THERE IT IS YEARS SINCE WE LAST SAW HIM CALLED IN WHEN IN Auckland jANE AND ETER lAWN
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April 29, 2019
Evan Chugg was a Senior Technician when I was a trainee technician at Birkenhead Exchange in the mid 1980's. He had also been at Devonport Exchange.I remember Evan as a man who was free to pass on knowledge. He had a great sense of humour. I still love to tell the story about how when a load of us from Birkenhead Exchange had gone paintballing. I had bruises on my leg but Evan had bruises all over his forehead.Before this weekend he had always seemed quite serious to me but he was very competitive at paintball!
When I worked in EAS/DOC, Evan worked in the OSC. It was no surprise he was there-this small team of men were the bloody clever guys who pedantically worked out the difficult faults on the NEAX switches.
Years later after moving close to Birkenhead I ran into Evan again at the shopping centre periodically. It was lovely to see him and talk about old Post Office/Telecom memories. I will miss these chats.
Condolences to Evan's family.

Sue Jones Tibbits
ex Telecom technician
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