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Renaissance issues Murray Wood statement

08 Mar 11

Renaissance has issued a statement to the NZX on the tragic death of MagnumMac founder and Renaissance board member, Murray Wood.

The statement reads:

"Murray Wood, Director

"It is with deep regret that the board of Renaissance confirms that one of its fellow directors has been a victim of the Christchurch earthquake.

"The sympathies of the board and all the Company's staff go to Murray's family.”

It was first reported on February 24th that Wood was missing in the Christchurch earthquake.

The Channel would also like to extend its sympathies to Murray's friends and family.

You can view Murray Wood's obituary by the New Zealand Herald here.

Update: NewsTalkNB is carrying a story that Murray Wood has been farewelled by hundreds of people today at a funeral.

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