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Vale John (Jack) Mallon

Written by: The Cowra Phoenix

Jack Mallon, left, with former Cowra Mayor Bill West and former Deputy Mayor Ian Brown, receiving a certificate of appreciation for services to local government in 2016. Photo credit: Cowra Shire Council.

Remembering the Legacy of Former Cowra Shire Councillor, John (Jack) Noel Mallon

Cowra Shire Council acknowledges the death of long serving Councillor John (Jack) Noel Mallon. Jack died on April 1, 2024, at the age of 98, leaving behind a legacy of service and commitment to the Woodstock community.

Jack Mallon was known for his contributions to farming and grazing but also for his dedication to public service. Serving as a member of the Cowra Shire Council for an impressive span from 1983 to 2016.

Throughout his years of service, Jack Mallon held various offices both within and outside the council. He held positions on the Wyangala Park State Recreation Area Trust and the Lachlan River Advisory Committee. Jack was also a member of the Central Tablelands Water County Council for nine years, including a term as Chairman.

“Jack Mallon was a dedicated member of the Cowra Shire Council for many years. His was a strong supporter of the establishment of the Cowra Regional Gallery, arts and culture,” said Mayor Ruth Fagan.

“Cowra Shire Council extends its condolences to Jack’s family and friends. We join the Woodstock community in recognising his service.”

Vale Jack Mallon.

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