Vale former WALGA President and City of Joondalup Mayor Troy Pickard

The City of Cockburn extends its condolences to the family of former WA Local Government Association President and City of Joondalup Mayor Troy Pickard, who passed away this week aged 48.
“The City extends its condolences to the Pickard family, friends and those who knew Troy as a determined and committed businessman and contributor to local government at a local, state and national level with a focus on community outcomes,” City of Cockburn Mayor Logan Howlett said.
“I spent several years with Troy on the Western Australian Local Government Association State Council and as a fellow mayoral colleague. We saw each other in a more social setting at games of the West Perth Football Club at Joondalup where I proudly declared my lifelong support for the ‘Cardies’.
“Troy leaves a legacy for those who aspire to serve their community at a grass roots level, who bring with them a level of energy and enthusiasm and remain passionate in all they do. Farewell Troy, RIP.”

His Worship the Mayor
Logan K Howlett, JP

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