Molly Kate Clohessy
Friday 7th September 2012 at Kismet Park Primary School Stadium, 9-19 McEwen Dve, Sunbury, VIC
Tobin Brothers - Sunbury
(03) 9740 9500
Following the funeral, the "Pink Party" will continue at the Sunbury Catholic Parish Center (St Anne's) Riddell Road Sunbury. In honour of Molly's Favourite Singer and colour, Mick and Kellie invite those attending to wear pink! While flowers have been grately appreciated (the place looks like a florist shop) Mick and Kellie would appreciate that instead of flowers and any newspaper notices that donations be made at the funeral to the Epilepsy Foundation (https://secure.donman.net.au/client/epivic/epivic.asp) and Very Special Kids (http://www.vsk.org.au/how-you-can-help/make-a-donation) in Molly's honour.
Molly, beloved daughter of Mick & Kellie Clohessy of Sunbury passed away last Friday, 31 August 2012 at the Royal Children's Hospital.
The family is deeply grateful to all the staff of RCH for the love and care they gave Molly through the course of her illness.
September 25th, 2012 at 12:00 am
Mick & Kellie. I don't know you nor did I ever meet Molly but reading about her tonight has warmed me on this chilly Melbourne eve. She was undeniably a strong and incredibly sweet girl, and I'm so sorry for your loss. Your story is amazing. Zoe.
September 14th, 2012 at 9:33 pm
To Dear Molly. What a character you were, always happy with that cheeky smile. You have touched so many lives with your courage, strengh and determination and what a legacy you have left behind! You will remain forever in our hearts. Rest in peace sweety. XXXX To Dear Kellie, Mick, Tom, Lachie and extended family. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to you all. Molly was a gorgeous girl who will live on in each and everyone of you. She will be remembered in so many wonderful ways! Thinking of you all and sending all our love. Love Naomi, Pat, Calan and Chelsi. XOXOXOX
September 14th, 2012 at 1:17 am
We are truly sorry for the loss of your beautiful daughter. We will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers. R.I.P. Molly. Hugs from Juanita and Amanda (with Dravet Syndrome) in Canada
September 13th, 2012 at 5:25 pm
Molly touched hearts and minds across the world with her video. She was truly an angel on earth, with a beautiful soul and wisdom way beyond her years. We will never forget her. Thoughts and prayers for all who knew her personally, your loss must be beyond words. Love from Kate and Laura (with Dravet syndrome) in UK. Xxxxx
September 13th, 2012 at 12:02 pm
Dear Mick And Kellie, thankyou for letting Molly into our lives (even though you really had no choice) she has brought us so many memories, that they have often discussed over the dinner table, they always make us laugh. Be strong for each other, every pink song, pink flower, pink cake, pink colour will always remind us of little Mol, she will never be far as she is spreading pink over the world. I am internally grateful for our children to be a part of each others lives. Lots of Love Kim, Tim Bree and Molly's BFFL Livxxxx
September 13th, 2012 at 7:37 am
Much, much love xx
September 13th, 2012 at 7:23 am
My darling girl, you taught me so much in your short life. How to be BRAVE, how to be strong,how to be patient and so much more. Your love of life, your innocence, your laughter. Will remain with me forever. The movie is slowing and reality kicking in now. I miss you so much but am so glad you never have to have another test be it blood tests or MRI or anything. You are safe now my girl. That gives me peace and I will try to live on for you. Love u too my daling , mummy
September 13th, 2012 at 3:35 am
Dear Kel & Mick, I was so so sorry to hear of the loss of your beautiful daughter Molly. Every time I hear of the loss of another child/adult with DS it just breaks my heart. As a Mum of a daughter with DS myself I can only imagine the pain that you are going through. I truly hope that you can manage to take some comfort from the messages of support that you are receiving. My thoughts and prayers go to you both and your family. Fly high with your other DS brothers and sisters Molly! xxxxxxx
September 13th, 2012 at 2:12 am
Dear Kellie and Mick, I am so very sorry for the loss of your sweet Molly. My heart is broken for both of you. I am thankful for Heaven because we can know that your sweet girl is in the arms of Jesus. Though I have never met her, she is in my heart forever. Love and hugs to you and your family.
Mary Anne Meskis
September 12th, 2012 at 11:47 pm
From another Dravet family, we are saddened to hear of the loss of your beautiful Molly. You will be in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Sincerely, The Meskis Family
September 12th, 2012 at 8:05 pm
Rest in peace sweet angel Molly. Thoughts and prayers to Molly's Family.
September 12th, 2012 at 7:31 pm
Kellie, Mick, Lachie and Tom, All I can say is I didn't know Molly that long but boy she touched my heart. Never did I see her without her gorgeous smile on. You watched over her for nearly 12years and now it Mollys turn to watch over you all, to spread her wings and love from up above. May her and her gorgeous smile live forever in the hearts and memories of all who loved her. Fly Molly girl fly, Love, hugs and Kisses Ann xxxx
Mandy, Doug, Ruby & Levi
September 12th, 2012 at 6:56 pm
Sweet little Molly... what a beautiful caring family you were born into, where you blossomed into a courageous young lady that knew exactly what she wanted. Your strength will always inspire others to live the best life they can. I will always hear you saying 'be brave' when I need to Molly. We all wish you well in your new life as an Angel xxxx
September 12th, 2012 at 6:42 pm
Dear Kellie and mick and tom and lachie and extended family i am sorry about molly she was so beautiful and she was a lovely person to know and alway very pleasent to everybody for whom she new. Molly inspired all her family and i hope each night u look up at the stars she will be looking down on each family member and kellie especially. My hearts go out to all her beautiful inspirsing family Lv kat and mike and josh howes
Jeremy Maxwell - Epilepsy Foundation of Victoria
September 12th, 2012 at 6:30 pm
Dear Kellie & Mick our hearts go out to you and the boys. We are so grateful to have been a small part of Molly's life, we are so thankful for the way your family contributed to our work in schools, Molly's video will remind us many times every week just how inspirational she was and of the very big legacy she leaves behind her. Thank you.
September 12th, 2012 at 6:08 pm
Dear Kellie, Mick, Lachie and Tom. My heart breaks for your loss. I remember meeting you at the first Dravet Syndrome Conference 3 years ago. Molly was the same age Jasmin is now. I remember her smile and love for life. Angel on earth now angel in heaven, smiling over you. Some people you met in life no matter for how long you never forget and Molly sure was one of them. When I watch the videos of Molly I see so much of Jasmin in her. Dravets is a horrible horrible Syndrome but the people with it are truely special. I send you all love and strength. You are a family that truely inspires me. Thinking of you always Sue xxx
September 8th, 2012 at 2:48 pm
Dear kellie, Mick , lachie and Tom, Molly might have been here for a short time but she certainly made a big impact. It is hard to imagine that one little girl can imact so many lives but she did. I still remember first meeting Kellie and Moll at our first ever epilepsy camp. You truly did change our lives. We wouldnt have our seizure response dog if it wasn't for your insuring story. I had never heard of dravet syndrome until meeting u - now we know it way too intimately. I wish this visitor called dravet would leave our lives but he is here to stay. You have always been more than willing to support us when we needed help and even with Molly passing you are still reaching out to help others. Molly was very luckly to have such a special family. She will be forever missed but her legacy for all dravet kids will live on forever. Hugs and kisses love Cheri xxxxx
September 8th, 2012 at 12:40 pm
Dear Kellie and Mick, I am truly heartbroken for the loss of your beautiful and sweet Molly, who was an inspiration to many families of children with Dravet Syndrome. You are in my thoughts,as Molly will remain. Sincerely, Michelle Welborn
phil & Liz O'Donnell
September 6th, 2012 at 7:43 pm
Dear Mick, Kellie, Tom, Lachie, Col & Pauline, Lea & Pete, Pat & Brooke, Tim & Daisy, Hannah and all the extended loving family of Molly. What a week - but what a life! How proud you must be of your brave girl. We know how much you loved her, and how you walked a gutsy 11 years with her. But today our focus is on Molly who inspired you all, and so many others, in her "big and bold" way.As we know only too well, the loss of a dear child is so hard for parents and families. As I see it,our grief is simply a reflection of our love. We only grieve so deeply because we loved so much. It's been so good to be part of the "Strongman Clan" for the past 35 years!! So many good memories and crazy stories. It will be a privilege for us to be part of Molly's "Pink Party" tomorrow, and I look forward to being the Celebrant/MC of that party! Lots of love, Liz & Phil