Wahine survivor passes away

The team at the Post Newspaper is incredibly saddened to learn of the passing of one of their ‘own’.
Sean Joyce, a Wahine Survivor, a stalwart of the community and an advocate for The Post, passed away on the evening of Tuesday 15 August 2017.
Sean was one of a kind. He was always ready to assist us in finding story opportunities, even if it meant using his connections to try track down Bundee Aki in Ireland.
From invitations to top golf courses in Ireland to general banter about the ongoings in Franklin, Sean was an amazing man, and a great friend and asset to us.
Our sincerest condolences to his family, and those who were lucky to have known him. It was an honour to have considered Sean as one of own, and good friend to Pukekohe.
Rest in Peace, Sean.
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