A wonderful lady taken from her loved ones much too soon, she will be sadly and eternally missed by all who knew and loved her. Our hearts are with Wayne, Shannon, Ashleigh, Rhianin, Andy, Tom and all her wonderful Grandchildren. – Mick and Laurel Drylie
To Wayne, Shannon, Ashleigh, Rhianin and families,
We were so sad to hear of Jennifer’s passing and your loss. Our thoughts have been and continue to be with you all in this time of mourning. We were able to stream into the funeral and just wanted to let you all know how sad but beautiful it was. I know your Mumma would have been listening and adored all the wonderful things you said about her and how much you love and miss her.
All our thought and best wishes,
Graeme and Donna
Deepest condolences to you all. I know the memories of your mum and the love you all shared will bring you comfort. She was a funny lady in her teenage years, way back at Caringbah. – Stacey McFarlane (nee Simon)
Just an incredible person
Just taken from everyone way too soon
Just xx – Cathie Catt (Just)
Beautiful service, truly reflecting a beautiful strong amazing woman and spirit. Thinking of you Shannon, Ashleigh and Rhiannon , Wayne and all the family. Xx – Erin Cowen
Jen, forever in my heart; forever grateful for every kind word of advice you gave me. – Kieren King
Sending our love to you always Xx – Simon and Hannah Wilson
What an incredible soul Aunty Jen was. She leaves behind so many special memories and a legacy of love to forever hold in your hearts.
All our Love Jared, Jade, Adeline & Henry.
Aunty Jen was one in a million. She always made you smile and you always felt so welcome. Her hugs were so warm and loving. Sitting together laughing about the Drylie way of life will be a memory I will treasure with me forever. Love and miss you Aunty Jen. – Amy and Andrew Drylie
When I was a little tacker going to Aunty Sylvia & Uncle Stan’s house was like going to a parallel world where everything was bigger, funnier and more outrageous. My 5 older cousins were, witty, wicked and rye; they were hilarious, if a bit scary and gave me a sneak peak at a bigger world.
Jen (or Fooff) was a super star, I have such strong memories watching ‘Countdown’ beside her, and I can’t hear ABBA’s ‘Fernando” without thinking if us sharing a beanbag, on burnt-orange carpet watching the music-video; it was the best thing in the world.
She lives more in my older memories. Her sudden loss must be a violent wrench. I have utter faith though, that her deep love, wise perspective and razor-sharp wit lives on in her girls and their kids, nieces & nephs. The rich spirit that formed her, lives on in Garth, Shane, Chris and Ree. The power of all this goodness will ripple across our world for generations. For now though, hard to not just be sad, yet grateful that our lives touched.
Love ya Jen.
A kind, thoughtful beautiful soul, gone to soon, until we meet again my friend. Love you Jen Xxo – Leisl
Thinking of you young women and Wayne who I haven’t had the privilege of meeting.
Sending you strength and care for a very sad day but the start of the next phase of respecting Jen and living your best lives. – Fionie Stavett
You were one in a million. A true kind hearted person. You will be very missed by us all. Love The Hills.
So so sad to hear of Jen’s death. Lovely lady . Have fond memories of our childhood together. Love and kindness to all her daughters , husband, siblings and all who loved her. – Claire Boyd
Rest in Peace Jen ❤️
Thank you for being the amazing loving woman who always made me feel welcome and loved.
Your beautiful soul will be greatly missed xo – Sheree Drylie
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