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Malcolm and Doreen O’Dell appeal for information on the 15-year anniversary of their daughter’s death | The Macleay Argus

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FOR the family and friends of Amanda O’Dell, the past 15 years have been filled with questions that remain unanswered since her death on April 8, 2006. Amanda was a sweet and happy young woman who grew up in a close-knit family in Kempsey. After finishing school, Amanda started work as a cashier at Woolworths where she quickly became a favourite among customers and colleagues due to her happy nature and kind personality. “She was a lovely girl,” Amanda’s mother, Doreen, tells me as we sit in the living room of the home Amanda grew up in. “She would come in and cuddle me every morning, she was very loving.” In March of 2006 Amanda turned 20. She had a small family celebration to mark the occasion and had organised to go out with friends…



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