Debra Joy Kerin
(formerly of Prime TV and Debra Kerin First National Hamilton )
1960 – 2011
Aged 50 years
Mother of Renee & Tammy
Sister of Jim Dailey (dec) Bob Dailey, Jennifer Kime, John Julian and Margaret Morgan
Debra passed away at 3.15 pm on the 19th May 2011 at The Princess Alexandra Hospital Brisbane.
When Debra`s life ended her organs were donated to help some very sick people in need of her help.
Throughout her life she made a difference to a lot of people and now in her death she continues to change peoples life for the better.
Debra`s funeral service and celbration of life was held in The Reflections Chapel 36a Glendale Drive Glendale (Newcastle) on Thursday 26th May 2011
The Chapel was open from 10am for family and friends to spend time with her prior to the service at 11am.
The family suggest donations could be made at the chapel in aid of “The Debra Kerin Foundation” Donations can be made at any time by sending to The Debra Kerin Foundation PO Bob 122 Lambton NSW 2299
Debra now eternaly at peace.
To Renee and Tammy
The Dailey Family
Extended family and friends
My deepest sympathy
“”Words aren’t enough””
Rest In Peace Deb
Cath @ Dailey Family Friends
To the Family of Debra
The Dailey Family
Your special person
Is at peace now,
Remember all those special times.
Our prayers and thoughts are with you Debbie and all your family.
Rest In Peace
Love Aunty Jean & family xxx
I send all my love to all family and friends, may you rest in peace Deb with all my love Tracy Carter ( Jarman )
Mum/Nanny… Now I hope you are at rest & you are looking down on us with your mum, dad & your brother uncle Jimmy… I love you and will miss you dearly X0X
Love Renee, Andrew, Brayden, Ashtyn, Declyn & Little Miss Tahlya
I hope you were looking down today at your service you would have been very proud of your girls I bet you were surprised at the large turn out (we were not )
below is part of the letter read out by Tony Tamplin
25th May 2011
Mr Bob Daley
LAMBTON NSW 2299
Dear Bob and family,
On behalf of DonateLife Queensland and my colleagues involved in transplantation, I would
like to extend my deepest sympathy to you on the sudden and tragic loss of your sister,
Debra. I would also like to thank you for having the courage to think of others at such a sad
and difficult time in your life by agreeing to donation. It is without question that due to
Debra’s gift others have been given the opportunity for an improved quality of life and
indeed life itself.
It is my hope that this brief information about the recipients may provide you with some
comfort. Due to legal restrictions, I cannot give details about the recipients, but I can tell
you that Debra has already been able to help four people through her donation. Two young
men have each received a kidney transplant, a gentleman has received a liver transplant and
a young lady has received a lung transplant. At this early stage all of the recipients are
recovering well following their transplants.
As you are aware, Debra was also able to donate eye tissue and over the next week or so
two people will receive the gift of sight due to this gift. She was also able to donate heart
valves and bone tissue which over time will benefit a number of people.
In the next few weeks our Donor Family Support Coordinator, Diane Murphy will contact you
on the telephone to introduce herself and explain the support services that are available to
you and your family during this difficult time.
Diane, who is a highly experienced counsellor, is available to you now and at any time in the
future for bereavement counselling, advice and support.
I have enclosed two booklets for you in the folder. “In Reflection” has been especially
written for families who have been involved in donation. “Coping with Grief” has been
written for those who have suffered the loss of a loved one. You may find them of some
help. I will write to you again in about six week`s time with some information regarding the
services that we offer to donor families.
Again, I would like to offer my most sincere sympathy. If I can be of further assistance, or if
you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
An Eternal Flame is now an Angel
2nd December 2012
Happy birthday my dear sister missing you so much
Missing you ….. A lot..
To my darling sister today you would have been 53 if only we could celebrate it with you. Death does not stop love nor should it. You will always be loved.
hello my darling,
Hope all is well and you are spending the day with mum (wish I was there).
I spent some time last night with your daughters and grand children they are all good & happy.
Love you sis
Your brother Bob
Mothers Day 2014
Hello my little sister hope everyone remembered your birthday up there.
Love U always
Wanting a huuuuge hug. Miss you mum
Love you soo much xxx tammy
DAILEY FAMILY FUNERALS
122 Elder Street Lambton 2299 NSW
Ph. 02 4956 4221