When a gentle breeze brushes your cheek
It is a caress from me - a tender loving butterfly
Never feel blue when life overwhelms - all appears
If ever you are helplessly falling into a dark deep
Confidently reach out knowing I am by your side
The miracle of unceasing deep love surrounds you
Lift yourself up high to see beyond distant
When you wake know I’ll be beside you the day
I am the brightest star above sparkling like
Constantly my endless love will be your guide
Always I will be sitting on your right shoulder
Guiding you to achieve your aspirations your
When you feel lost or alone take a deep breath - be
Look to the stars at night cherish the sun’s warm
Confirmations I am always watching over you
I wish you love – I wish you happiness
You will never walk alone...
Article from the Noosa News.....
"Noosa mourning the death of mum of two Sharon Cuthbert"
August 1, 2017 9:54am
A QUEENSLAND community is in mourning, following the tragic death of a mum of two who died after being hit by a truck last week.
Tributes have poured in for 39-year-old Noosa Council employee, Sharon Cuthbert, Noosa News reports.
Sharon Cuthbert was tragically killed when she was struck by a truck in Coolum. Picture:
Mrs Cuthbert was killed on Thursday when she struck by a truck on School Rd, Coolum, about 5.10pm.
It is clear Ms Cuthbert had a profound impact on the community, with many people taking to Facebook to mourn an “amazing, lovely, caring friend” that “blessed their lives”.
Council CEO Brett de Chastel said Mrs Cuthbert would be ‘sorely missed’.
“Our Council is in shock following the tragic loss of Sharon in last Thursday’s accident,” he said.
“Sharon was a much loved member of our staff having worked at Noosa Council for over 10 years.
“Sharon will be sorely missed.
“Her radiant smile and friendly approach made her so popular with both her colleagues and our customers.
“Our thoughts at this time also go out to her family who are in deep shock at what has happened.”
Friend and Noosa News employee Nadia Colbourn said Mrs Cuthbert’s maiden name had a special meaning to those who knew her.
“Her first (maiden) name was Angelo, which is Italian for angel,” Ms Colbourn said.
“She truly was an angel. She was a sweetheart.” End Article
Above is just one of the many reports in the newspapers over this past week.
Sharon was my half-brother’s daughter (step-daughter). My half-brother, Warren helped raise Sharon and her sister, Kristy from when they we young children aged around five and six. The young family live at Coolum on the Sunshine Coast; Warren and his wife, Sharon’s mother live at Tewantin, near Noosa Heads, also on the Sunshine Coast.
Sharon, a young, vibrant mother, who doted on her girls and her husband, Michael, was tragically, senselessly killed on Thursday, 27th July, 2017.
She had just arrived home from work. It was 5.10 pm. She pulled off the road, onto the footpath...onto the driveway leading into their yard. She was standing about six feet from their carport.
A large truck towing a mulcher recklessly sped along the street, mounting the footpath, it struck Sharon. She didn’t stand a chance.
Her two little girls, Makayla, aged 11 and Shylah, aged 9 years, were inside the house with their father at the time of the tragedy....only metres away.
A very happy little family unit of four, is now, without rhyme or reason...three.
I keep asking the question “Why?”.......it’s a question to which I know there is no
I’m at a loss...I feel hollow inside....a dark cloud of sadness has descended over me...it envelops and weighs heavily...it won’t leave...
Two little girls have had their mother ripped from their lives....they’re left without their mother....their father, Michael, has lost the love of his life.
Sharon’s funeral is being conducted as I write....it’s being held this morning...commencing at 11 am...at Gregson and Weight Funeral Homes, Noosaville on the Sunshine Coast. Sharon will be interred at the nearby Tewantin Cemetery.
The driver of the truck has been charged with culpable driving causing death. After testing alcohol and methamphetamine were found in his system. Knowing how gutless our justice system is, he will probably get only a rap over his knuckles and sent on his way.
Yes....I am very,very sad....and yes....I am very, very angry.....a pointless, unnecessary loss of life of a wonderful young woman.
The poem, shown above, I composed on Tuesday. I had two copies of it printed....one on quality blue paper- Maky’s favourite colour; and the other on quality red paper- Shylah’s favourite colour. I’ve had them professionally framed, and this morning posted the poem along with some other little gifts for the girls in the hope they will gain some comfort.......