Vale Mick Wolfe

Published on 18 November 2022


A statement from Mayor Cr Karen Foster 

Moyne Shire Councillors and Staff are deeply saddened by the sudden passing of former Mayor Mick Wolfe.

Mick was elected in 2008 and served two terms as Mayor in 2018 and 2019 before retiring at the 2020 Council election.

Mick was passionate about community - he was a founding member of the Port Fairy Marine Rescue Service, served on the Port of Port Fairy Board and was a past president of the Port Fairy Football Netball Club.

He had a distinguished career with Victoria Police and was the sergeant in charge of the Port Fairy Police Station.

During his time on Council, Mick understood the need to support communities right across the shire and was a champion for every project Council undertook.

He was well respected in the chamber and across the region when, as Mayor, he was Moyne’s representative on the Great South Coast Group and became a leading advocate for important regional matters.

Moyne Councillors and staff remember Mick for his leadership, his exceptional working relationship with our teams and for his passionate advocacy for the community he served.


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