Simon Kelly Death, Obituary – When I sit down to write this post, I do so with a heavy heart because it’s something I feel obligated to do. It is completely incomprehensible that I am being made to type out these particular words. On December 30th, 2022, my loving husband and the father of our daughters Tess and Anna, Simon Kelly, passed away. He was committed to our family. He was a kind and attentive parent. On Monday, December 19, he experienced a medical emergency that was brought on by Influenza A; however, despite our best efforts to revive him as well as the incredible efforts of the ambulance paramedics who arrived very quickly, he was unable to be rescued.
This was despite the fact that they arrived very quickly. He had to leave us. What he went through is something that a man who was so young, influential, and full of life should not have been forced to go through. This is a catastrophe that is beyond anyone’s ability to comprehend. I would like to express my profound gratitude to the paramedics who attended to Simon as well as the nurses and doctors in the Emergency Room and the Intensive Treatment Unit at Monash Clayton who provided Simon with such caring and excellent medical care. In addition, I would like to thank the people who helped Simon when he was in the intensive care unit.
During this tremendously trying time, I would like to convey my appreciation to everyone who has showed support for both me and my family. This has been a challenging time for all of us. Although his funeral will be held in Melbourne, those in Perth who are interested can gather together to watch a live webcast of the service. The funeral will take place in Melbourne.
Send me a direct message on Instagram if you are interested in learning more about the funeral, and I will get back to you with all of the information that you need.
Goodbye, Simon; you were the most wonderful person I have ever had the honor of calling a friend in my entire life.
I am thankful to you for being a trustworthy friend and for given me the opportunity to participate in the life you have led beside you.