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Judith Marshall
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Judith co-founded and established WOW FM over 10 years ago. She felt that St Marys and the surrounding areas needed more community spirit and involvement of the everyday person. She had a determination that WOW FM was for the community and its people which is still reflected in the diverse program types that are aired today, such as various ethnic, Aboriginal, religious, community health, children’s, musical and Police programs concerning Law. A member of St Marys Chamber of Commerce, she helped decorate floats and participated in the Annual Spring Festival at St Marys. Established St Marys Migrant Service Centre. Judith studied and became a social worker and cared for the marginalised people within our local community. She worked with refugees and those on parole, never once forgetting her own family. The community and helping people was her life.

Judith co-founded and established WOW FM more than 10 years ago. She felt that St Marys and the surrounding areas needed more community spirit and involvement of the every day person, and community radio was just one way of promoting this.

Judith was determined that WOW FM was for the community and its people. This is still reflected in the diverse program types that are aired today, such as various ethnic, Aboriginal, religious, community health and children's programs. Programs from the police and about law, not to mention an array of music programs.

Judith was committed in giving every person a go, whether ethnic, disabled, young or old, but not just in radio, in general life too. She was there to help anyone.

Judith was also a member of the St Marys Chamber of Commerce and each year together with the team a WOW FM decorated floats and participated in the Annual Spring Festival at St Marys.

Judith also established the St Marys Migrant Service Centre for migrant women and assisted these women with various issues.

Judith was honest and hard working. She studied and became a social worker and cared for the marginalised people within our local community. She worked with people in refuges and those on parole.

Throughout all her hard work and commitment to her community she never once forgot her family.

Judith's passing has created deep wounds with in the community, and finding another person like her would take a lifetime of searching. The community and helping people was her life.

The reason why we feel that the late Judith Marshall should be nominated for the Wall of Achievement is that Judith gave a total life's commitment to her local community and this award would be a way the community could say thank you. Even though Judith herself will never hear the thanks, her family and the community will.

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