Annie Jean Hurst

Born on September 23, 1927. Passed away October 9, 2021.


Annie Jean (Jean)

23/09/1927 – 29/10/2021

Resting in Jesus


Dearly loved mother of; Susan & Frank, Wayne,

Daryl & Helen and Gavin & Julie

Loving grandmother of; Andrew, Damien (dec), Lachlan,

Nathan, Luke, Leah, Kerrin, Shannon, Jade, Ebony

Loving great grandmother of; Grayson, Pippa, Lennox, Elijah,

Amahlia, Airlie, Tai, Nate, Marli, Kai, Emily, Jordan, Tyler,

Eleanor, Oscar, Riley, Illyana

Jean’s ninety-four years have been well lived with joys and sorrows,

and now she awaits the resurrection.

Jesus said in John 11:25-26:

“I am the resurrection and the life.

he one who believes in me will live,

even though they die;

and whoever lives by believing in me

will never die.”

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  1. Words cannot express the happiness that was given me by just knowing my friend Jean over the years since before 1986. My dearest friend, known to me as Jean will be sadly missed and loved in the spirit by me. Rest in Peace surrounded by lovely scented flowers, heaps of animals, horses especially and birds in a farm environment along with God’s love and Jesus protection. Flying doves in the air.

    Jenny McCallum November 8 2021
  2. Dear Jean, loved friend of Pam and Adrian Blackburn. Loved by Sheridan – may you Rest In Peace.

    Pam Blackburn November 8 2021
  3. MY GOODBYE to Auntie Jean .. My mum Pats sister..
    Not being able to cross the border to Ballarat due to SA.lockdown of states ..,l am unable to say goodbye to this very special Aunty in my life
    I have missed my drop into see you on my buying trips since covid 19 .. but we have spent lots of hours on the phone .. Thankyou Auntie Jean for being there when our Dad ..,Kevan Povey was dying in St John of God Hospital in Ballarat in 1964 and 1965. You visited dad every day as we loved 3 hours away in Casterton and our family of 6 kids stayed every weekend with your family so we could visit Dad. .. you have always been there for me and my friends use to love staying at your house … Wayne Daryl and Gavin involved us with all their friends ..,.. ..
    You loved Fashion and you were always excited about what l was wearing .. l had a big wardrobe clean out in 2019 ..But never got to finish. .. because of Covid ..
    You always said what you thought which often got you into trouble with your brothers and sister but you were always up to date with everything.. wether Politics or Football .. ..,loved how your brain was so interesting .. always up with what was going on in the world ..
    Love you and will miss you heaps Auntie Jean
    love from Your little ray of Sunshine WENDY XX

    WENDY RICHARDSON November 9 2021
  4. Auntie Jean holds a very special place in the hearts of our family.
    She often referred to my late husband Mick as her favourite nephew (she didn’t need to tell him he always knew it to be true)..
    “Mikey” (as only Auntie Jean called him) and I had many visits to Sebastopol for a cup of tea, Chocolate Royals and the most wonderful chats. Many wonderful memories of a beautiful lady.
    Even when she was not well, she would still put on her makeup and dress up to entertain us.
    I will remember her as a stylish woman with a wonderful heart and a passion for “Mikey”.

    A little history:-
    Annie “Jean” Farrell was the middle child of Eddie Farrell and Annie Jean Dinneen.
    Her siblings Edward Keith, Frederick Desmond, Maurice and Patricia Maureen all predeceased her, she was the last surviving member of this family.

    My heartfelt sympathy to all of Auntie Jean’s family, sending you lots of love
    Heather Farrell

    Heather Farrell November 9 2021
  5. Kira, Marli, Kai and I will dearly miss Grandma. We’re sad we’re unable to attend today but we feel she’s not too far from us.
    I will miss out chats as I drove through central Queensland between work sites, often chatting about her great grand children, loving hearing about Marlis art and Kais surfing and usuall getting told off a little for letting them out in the big waves.
    Always bringing a giggle and smile to my face afterwards, reflecting on something politically incorrect Grandma had just said!
    I’ll miss our very rare catch ups and your full body, prolonged hugs followed my kisses all over my cheek, leaving your bright lipstick mark. Then doing the same to the kids!!
    Every year the birthday cards with $5 or $10 would come with a thoughtful hand written note. It was always appreciated and I will miss them every birthday from now on.
    I’m glad your at peace and free from you pain, I feel you’ll always be with us.
    Love you always xox

    Luke, Kira, Marli, Kai Hurst November 10 2021
  6. To Susan,Wayne,Daryl,Gavin and families our deepest condolences to you all, may Auntie Jean Rest In Peace
    Love from Christine, julie , Phyllis and families

    Christine Picken November 11 2021

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