Mother vows not to leave the Great Lakes until her son is found

Terry Brown from Orange is a talented bush footballer with the Blayney Bears in Group 10.

Terry Brown from Orange is a talented bush footballer with the Blayney Bears in Group 10.

THE mother of Terry Brown, Carmela Wright, has vowed not to leave the area until her son is found.

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Ms Wright, from Peak Hill, is supported by a group of family and friends all struggling to come to terms with the situation.   

Ms Wright is thankful for the continuing support of her children Darrel, Thomas, Chantelle, Laycie, Bobbie-Jay, Gregory, Khyle and Anthony. 

The 22-year-old footballer went missing off rocks at Boomerang Beach during an Easter camping trip.

His employer, CareWest CEO Tim Curran said it is tragic news over the Easter period.

“This has impacted the CareWest community.

“Ms Wright is an incredible woman who has raised quite a number of children, not just her own.

“She is an incredible mother.”

Mr Curran said Mr Brown was described as a dedicated worker who was always full of energy.

He said the CareWest community would rally behind Ms Wright and her family and support her as best it could.

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