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SPRIGGS Shelley

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SPRIGGS (SHELLEY)

Passed away peacefully after a long illness.

A too short a life but one packed with one high achievement after another. Beloved daughter of Pat and Laurie (both dec). Loved Sister of Anne, Michael (dec) and Steven. She was the fun and exciting Aunt to her Nephews and Nieces and then, in turn, her Great Nieces and Nephews.

In accordance with her wishes, a Celebration of Shelley's Life will be held at Spalding Park Golf Club, Geraldton in late January/February.

Rest Peacefully Shell, you have earned it. We will miss you.

Published 23rd Dec, 2021
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  • SPRIGGS (Shelley):

    Condolences to your family. Fond memories of our share house in Welshpool many years ago. Andrew Collings

    Wednesday, 5 January 2022 Submitted online by Andrew Collings
  • SPRIGGS (Shelley):

    Shelley you were such a lovely boss and friend, I'll miss our chats.

    Condolences to your family. Love from Violetta and Randall.

    Friday, 31 December 2021 Submitted online by Violetta Pristel
  • SPRIGGS (Shelley):

     Deepest sympathy to Anne and Steven and the Spriggs and Gilmour families. Shelley was always bubbly and full of life. Will be missed at the cousins lunches.

    Cheryl, Deb and Greg Sullivan and family

    Monday, 27 December 2021 Submitted online by Cheryl Norman
  • SPRIGGS SHELLEY Deepest sympathy to Anne, Steven and the Gilmour and Spriggs families. Love Debra, Andrew, Matilda and Elly.

    Monday, 27 December 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • SPRIGGS SHELLEY The passing of my feisty, fearless, fabulous and amazingly talented friend leaves a hole deep in my heart. Thank you Shelley for all the good times and lasting memories.

    Love Debra xx

    Monday, 27 December 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • SPRIGGS (SHELLEY)

    Anne and families, deepest sympathy to you all. A life well lived. Huljich family.

    Friday, 24 December 2021 Published in The West Australian

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