SELL, Phyllis “Jean”Print
Dearly loved wife of Eric (dec). Loved mother and mother in law of Barry and Doris, Gavin and Peter. Loved Nana of Andrea, Erin and Paul, and Mark and Stacey. Loved Great Nana of Emily; Jett and Aston; Tyler and Andre.
Funeral NoticeService: Tuesday August 3, 2021
The Funeral of Mrs. Phyllis “Jean” Sell will be live-streamed on Tuesday, August 3, 2021 commencing at 1.30 p.m.
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A wonderful Aunty who will be sadly missed. Her love for her family and friends was remarkable.
The matriarch of the “Smith family”, what will we do without you organising our family gatherings and parties.
It was a joy for me to call you my Aunty. My thoughts are with Barry, Peter, Gavin and family. Rest In Peace now Aunty Jean , you will be sadly missed.
What a wonderful lady.
You will be forever in our hearts
You were like second parents to me.
I will always treasure the times we had at your home.
Lots of love to Peter and the family.
Deepest sympathy to Jean’s family she will be sadly missed. Thanks for all the Christmas, Easter and school holidays we spend with the Sell family. We weren’t related but you will always be my Aunty Jean. Love you always.
Jeannie, You were such a remarkable gardener and a great friend. I will always treasure all the skills you shared with me … cake decorating, sewing and gardening. I almost became a member of the Sell family and the sadness I feel for all of them at this time is deep. I’m just going to focus on the happy and memorable experiences we all shared together.
Amazing Aunty Jeannie,
Your kindness, great ability to surround everyone with love and positivity will be sadly missed by our family. You meant everything to us all.
Our gatherings were so important to all of us because you were there with a big smile, laugh and a big hug.
Thank you so much for being the best.
Our heart goes out to Barry, Doris, Gavin and Peter and families.
Aunty Jeannie loved you all so much.
R.I.P. Jeannie,. ????
Now join Eric, your husband and best friend.????
Aunty Jean, I met you at 16 and spent many holidays Christmas Easter together with the Kelly family . You taught me how to sew tracksuits for my sons . You were the best cook Gardener crafter but even just very recently staying with you with Rhonda you beat us at cards ever night !! A game you always loved . Your smile and generous nature and great heart will always remain with me. My heart goes out to all the huge sell/smith family .RIP thanks for being such a great friend to my mother-in-law amd father-in-law Dot amd Leo Kelly
Love Merilyn Kelly
Jean was my second mum. A great supporter of all my ventures! She and I shared sewing, gardening and cake making and decorating activities and we shared love of the Friday night gardening show on t.v. We shared a takeaway meal every Friday night … our favourite being Chinese and occasionally Fish and chips. Jean and Eric both welcomed me into their lives and i gradually got to love the lot of them. I feel so sad to lose this very positive influence in my life, and I want to acknowledge the deep loss you as her family must feel. Much love to you all, Lyn Francis
Deepest sympathy to all the family. Aunty Jean was a beautiful spirit. Always smiling and happy. I appreciate the times she and the family looked after me as a toddler. She will be greatly missed.
Phillip and Toula Smith
What a wonderful lady .. I have fond memories of my teenage years at the Sell home … and seeing Jeannie out and about and having “ a chat “ deepest sympathies to you both Peter and Barry
Mandy Baldwin ( Riches )
May you Rest In Peace. Such a beautiful lady.
Sell Phyllis Jean
A wonderful sister, sister in law and Auntie to her brother Don’s Family.
Your cheerful and happy go lucky nature was treasured by everyone. Always a smile on your face and a kind word for all. We had many happy memories with the Sell family, usually involving a meal followed by a large bowl of ice cream thanks to Eric and Bulla. What a wonderful man Eric was a great brother in law and Uncle. Traveling was an adventure which has been talked about over the years, great fun all together.
Condolences to Barry and Doris, Gavin and Peter you couldn’t have had a better mum.
A wonderful lady who will be remembered with much love and a happy memory to share.
Don Smith and family