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Chatham activist Margie Ellison dies

Posted by on Sat, Oct 3, 2009 at 7:26 PM

Long-time Chatham County progressive activist and 2006 Independent Citizen Award winner Margie Ellison died of a heart attack last night.

Ellison, a Chatham native who fought tirelessly on multiple fronts advocating for populations who couldn't stand up for themselves, will be sorely missed in the grassroots citizen landscape.

Read our 2006 profile here.

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