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Sallyanne Lee Mobbs

Sallyanne Lee Mobbs  was born on 6th May, 1959 and passed away on 6th January, 2024.

Sally passed away peacefully, surrounded by loving family on January 6th, 2024. Beloved wife of Jim, mother and mother-in-law respectively of Dominic & Angela, and Alistair & Alicia, and expectant grandmother.  Sally was a treasured and loved friend to many, her loss will be felt widely.

“Our sunshine faded when your smile left our world”

To honour Sally’s memory we invite her relatives and friends to attend her celebration of life to be held in The Chapel, ‘Branyan Gardens’, Cummins Road, Branyan on Tuesday, January 16th, 2024 at 12:00pm.  A wake will follow at Bargara, details to be provided at the service.  We ask attendees to wear bright colours to reflect the joy Sally imparted on the lives of all those whom she touched.

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20 Replies to “Sallyanne Lee Mobbs”

  1. Jim and family we are saddened to hear of Sally’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. She was such a ray of sunshine and will be greatly missed.

  2. So very sorry to hear of Sally’s passing. Such a beautiful person inside and out. She will be missed. Sending condolences to her family.

  3. My sincere condolences on Sally’s passing. My heart reaches out to each of you; I recall her as the pivot of your lovely family.

  4. Words, however kind, can’t mend your heartache, but those who care for you share your grief and wish you comfort and peace of mind.

    There are no goodbyes for us. Wherever you are Sally , you will always be in our hearts.

    Heartfelt condolences to Jim, Dom and Angela, Al and Alicia on Sally’s passing.

    The Hellmuth Family

  5. Totally shocked to hear of Sally’s passing and my deepest condolences to Jim and Family. Sally was one of the loveliest people who has touched my life through Squash and her smile and caring personality will be deeply missed by many. Gone way too soon. May you Rest in Peace Sally.

  6. Sally’s aunt, Cecily O’Donell, and all her family are saddened to hear of Sally’s passing and want to offer their sincere condolences to Jim and his family. She will now be in God’s loving care.

  7. It is with sadness that Lynda and I hear of the passing of Sally Mobbs; such a vibrant, determined and compassionate person. Our time on our children’s primary school P&C was enjoyably enhanced by Sally’s clear-thinking and friendly camaraderie. RIP.

  8. Jim.
    We are so sorry to hear of Sally’s passing. Our thoughts are with you and your family.

    We are sure you will have wonderful memories of ‘your lovely Sally’.
    Bill & Marg Hall

  9. Sending heartfelt sympathy, Jim, Dominic, Alistair and families on the sad news of Sally’s passing. I remember her fondly from old Norville days. Such a wonderful lady, so full of life and love.

  10. This poem was shared with me by Sue Parfitt upon hearing that Sally had left this world. Thank you Sue. The Parfitts, Mobbsters and Strubes enjoyed wonderful family times together. Our heartfelt condolences to you Jim and family.
    … What we were, we are.
    What we had, we have.
    A conjoined past imperishably present.
    So when you walk the wood where once we walked together
    And scan in vain the dappled bank beside you for my shadow,
    Or pause where we always did upon the hill to gaze across the land,
    And spotting something, reach by habit for my hand,
    And finding none, feel sorrow start to steal upon you,
    Be still.
    Close your eyes.
    Listen for my footfall in your heart.
    I am not gone but merely walk within you.

    Nicholas Evans

  11. The Dash Poem
    I read of a man who stood to speak
    At the funeral of a friend.
    He referred to the dates on her tombstone
    From the beginning to the end.

    He noted that first came the date of her birth
    And spoke of the following date with tears,
    But he said what mattered most of all
    Was the dash between those years.

    For that dash represents all the time
    That she spent alive on earth
    And now only those who loved her
    Know what that little line is worth.

    For it matters not, how much we own,
    The cars, the house, the cash,
    What matters is how we live and love
    And how we spend our dash.

    I am so sorry to hear of Sally’s passing. My thoughts are with you and your family.
    Sally lived her dash to the full as you and her loved ones well know.

  12. Jim and Family
    We were so sorry to hear of Sally’s passing.
    Sally and I started work together 47 years ago at Royal Brisbane Hospital as Radiography cadets . We shared lots of great times and Sally was well respected by her colleagues. Sally continued her profession as a Sonographer with passion and commitment.
    Rest in peace , Sally.

  13. Deepest condolences to the family. I have lovely memories of sitting in the shade of trees watching our boys play cricket, discussing all manner of topics. Such a lovely person inside and out. It was a pleasure to have shared some of her life with us.
    Krys and Lew Rehbein

  14. Sincere condolences to Jim, Dominic, Alistair and families. I have fond memories of Sally from Norville days. Such a beautiful lady.

  15. Sorry we didn’t get to Sally’s funeral today but we did watch the live service. So many of the words would have lit up her lovely smile. A beautiful tribute. Our sincere condolences to you Jim and family.

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