Sebley, Isobel Death Notice 2018

Bereavement Services

Isobel Naomi Warakihi Sebley Stevens.
Born 23rd March 1957 in Wairoa and passed away peacefully surrounded by all of her whānau at the Hastings Hospital Friday 6th April 2018.
Dearly beloved daughter of Isabel and George Stevens (stepdaughter of George Renata) all deceased.
Grandaughter of Keita & Pita Rawiri
Gone home to rest in the arms of our Heavenly Father.
Much loved darling sister of all her siblings (11 of us), special Auntie of her many, many neices and nephews.
Treasured mother of Ritchelle, Sharlah, Wade and Eric (and their partners).
Dearly loved Nanny-Bel to all her stunning mokopuna and mokopuna tuarua.
A friend to those at St Mathews and Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.
A great community spirited lady. A very knowledgable, humble, beautiful, independant, very skilled, intelligent, talented (bestest chef and baker) lady.
She will be at her daughter ‘Shells’ 1234 Cunningham Crescent, Hastings tonight (Friday) then from Saturday 7th – Monday 9th at her mokopuna ‘Savanna’s’ whare 13 Bangor Street, Flaxmere.
We will take our beautiful ‘whaea’ home to rest to ‘Mohaka’ leaving Flaxmere Tuesday morning at 7.00am.
Arrive at Mohaka Marae 10am and burial at 11am. The whānau will return to Flaxmere for hakari.
We will have a church service each evening at 6pm.‘Tuturu ki nga tikanga maori’
Special thanks for the care given to ‘Bel’ from the I.C.U unit.
Gone from our touch but never our hearts.
Until we meet again.
Love, Love u to the moon and back xxx

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