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Parnell PR Legend Passes Away

Parnell PR Legend Passes Away

PR dynamo and shareholder of PublicisMojo New Zealand, Jill Beasley, passed away yesterday at her home, peacefully and without pain.

Jill was widely recognised in the Auckland advertising, PR and business community and highly regarded for her boundless creativity and passion for PR.

Known for her loving, generous and vivacious personality, an unmatched and engaging intellect, Jill was inspirational to all who had the privilege of working with and knowing her.

She spent the last 9 years with PublicisMojo heading up its PR agency DRUM.

She will be sadly missed by everyone she touched.


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