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Tim Mulherin Death / Obituary – Former deputy of Queensland, Tim Mulherin was pronounced dead on September 7, 2020, following a battle with cancer.
Former Mackay Mp, Tim Mulherin passed away at the age of 63 following a courageous battle with throat cancer, causing so much heartbreak and agony to the beloved family. Our prayers, thoughts condolences are with the loved ones of the deceased for the great loss. We are yet to observed the deceased obituary, all further details concerning this news will be updated upon confirmation.
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Vale Tim Mulherin. A very sad day for Qld & a poorer world for his loss.
A thoroughly decent man, an effective Minister & Deputy Labor Leader during Newman Govt as part of @AnnastaciaMP’s Magnificent 7 & strong voice for regional Qld.
He deserved to be with us much longer 😔 pic.twitter.com/rM2xTnHF5d
— Mark Bailey MP (@MarkBaileyMP) September 6, 2020
Queensland has lost a friend & a long-time supporter of the #sugar industry. Tim Mulherin was a strong advocate for the sector during his twenty years as member for Mackay & as Minister for Primary Industries. ASMC staff and members extend their condolences to Tim’s wife & family
— Australian Sugar Milling Council (@sugarcouncil) September 7, 2020
— Rae Wilson (@RaeWilson78) September 7, 2020
Members of our Queensland Committee and the wider Crawford Fund community were saddened by the untimely passing of former Queensland Committee member, the Hon Tim Mulherin
— The Crawford Fund (@CrawfordFund) September 7, 2020
Not all politicians are kind to young journos new to the job, new to town. Tim Mulherin was. I will never forget how he spoke about his family: full of pride & love. He helped drive the engine of CQ: sugar downturns, deregulation, rebirth of mining & pop boom. 63 is too young
— Erin Edwards (@ErinEdwards7) September 7, 2020
Although from opposite sides of the political fence, I was saddened to hear of the passing of former Deputy Opposition Leader Tim Mulherin. He was old school Labor & well respected. I extend my condolence to his family & friends….#qldpol
— Steve Minnikin MP (@SteveMinnikinMP) September 7, 2020
The Hon Tim Mulherin. His title says it all. He was an honourable man and a true parliamentarian.
I was privileged to have worked with Tim when he was our Deputy Leader. He was a true leader. Always taking on people’s views & making the time for people.
We will miss you Tim. pic.twitter.com/5vdad03tCc
— Yvette D’Ath MP (@YvetteDAth) September 7, 2020
Vale to my cousin Tim. His reputation as an honourable politician I learnt years ago, was even held by academics in other parts of Australia. He loved & lived his politics & advocated strongly for the Mackay region, home of many of my family & ancestors. #TimMulherin #QLDPolitics
— Tamara Mulherin ♀️ 🇦🇺 🏴 (@Tamara_Mulherin) September 7, 2020
Vale Tim Mulherin.
He will be dearly missed. pic.twitter.com/d5z5kXldcD
— Annastacia Palaszczuk (@AnnastaciaMP) September 7, 2020
This is very sad news. Tim was a great advocate for Queensland and the regions in particular. A polite, principled, articulate, effective and decent man who was respected by all who met him. Vale Tim Mulherin. https://t.co/8GDyllHqe9
— Anthony Albanese (@AlboMP) September 7, 2020
The Premier’s close friend and colleague Tim Mulherin died early this morning 🌺
The State’s fiscal economic update press briefing was also delivered this morning.
I’m guessing that some scheduling was reworked at late notice with Steven Miles giving the later update today
— Rowena Dazzle (@dazzle_row) September 7, 2020
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