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Tigers Lose Another Quality Member of it’s Family!

Once again, the Tigers extended family is heartbroken with the passing of Committee Person and long serving volunteer Lisa Bush.

Lisa passed away at approximately 1.00am on Wednesday 15 August, at Clare Holland house after a nine-year battle with cancer.  Not many people would have known the battle she endured with this insidious disease such was her strength and resolve to combat each problem during this time.  Lisa was a true warrior, an inspiration to many with a never give in attitude which was clear throughout her life.

Tributes have been received from far and wide though the various mediums. They all reflect her wonderful sense of humor, enormous smile and appreciation for life – a legacy that will be forever remembered by the Tigers Family – a family that she loved and adored, supported and followed with enormous passion and giving – particularly in sponsorships, on committees and working with each of the respective teams and coaches.

“Bushie” will be deeply missed by everyone who had the pleasure to be in her company during her 13-year involvement with the Tigers Organisation.  Unfortunately, illness meant her voluntary efforts were scaled down this year however in the past she was recognised by the organi

sation and awarded the Tigers Spirit Award in 2015.

Most importantly Lisa was inducted into the Tigers prestigious 100 Club as an Associate Member in 2017 for her outstanding service to all and sundry during her time with the Club.

Lisa was a known for her infectious laugh and beautiful smile, her giving nature and her ability to light up a room whenever she entered.

At just 50 years of age – a magnificent person has been taken.

Our thoughts are with daughter Caitlin, son Dwayne, sister Michelle and other family members.

Funeral Service details will be posted when notified.

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