Koha for Crystal Selwyn
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On Saturday 23rd November Crystal Selwyn became a victim of domestic violence and was rushed to hospital with serious injuries. She fought hard but sadly her injuries were too much, she was declared brain dead. The decision was made to lay her to rest. On Tuesday 26th her life support was turned off and she took her last breath surrounded by family, friends and a whole lot of love.
Crystal was a daughter, a niece, a cousin, a friend and most importantly a mother to 8 beautiful children.
The Koha is behalf of her mum to help with the funeral costs and to help support her with raising Crystals children. Christmas is already a difficult time for a lot of families and I just want to ease the burden while the family mourns this tragic loss.
You are so loved cuz. May you Rest In Peace and love. May we meet again x
There is also a page set up by another family member here: https://givealittle.co.nz/cause/koha-for-the-beautiful-children-of-crystal-selwyn
Rhiannon Selwyn's involvement (page creator)
Crystal Selwyn is my cousin
Use of funds
The money raised will contribute to the cost of the funeral and to help support the kids through this extremely difficult time by helping with things like rent and food etc
Thank you all from Maureen and the kids 5 December 2019
Aunty Maureen would just like to share this little message from her to you all.
Kia ora everyone there are so many beautiful messages and so many offers. I would like to take this time to thank you all for such lovely words and good wishes for my babies. Please believe me when I say that they are holding up quite well considering and I will do everything in my power to ensure that these babies will grow up happy and healthy. Love to you all and again thank you to you all from myself and the babies xxx
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This page was created on 25 Nov 2019 and closed on 4 Dec 2019.