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Michelle Hamilton


Hamilton January 29th 2024 peacefully at Broadacres, Templepatrick, Michelle, dearly loved daughter of Leslie and the late Sheena (formerly of Cloughmills), much loved sister of Stephen, Josephine and Karen and very dear aunt of Dean, Alex, Philip, Becky, Megan and Matthew.

Funeral service has taken place in DJM Robinson & Son Funeral Home, 121 Culcrum Road, Cloughmills, BT44 9DT. Burial in Clough Cemetery.

Lovingly Remembered.


Messages of Condolence

May God Bless you and your family. With Love xx
Sandra, Broadacres

Wee Shelly, it was just such a joy to know you. You touched my heart in a very special way. You taught me so much. We in Broadacres loved you and are missing you so much. Rest in peace my wee friend.
Wee Rosie Wright

There will never be a light that shone so bright and touched so many hearts. You will be sadly missed and never forgotten sweet girl. With love.
Kate E.

Shelley, You were the life and soul of Broadacres. Your loving, funny, bubbly spirit made you impossible to forget for there is no one like you. You became family and I will always hold you in my heart. You were so special to us all. I will miss you asking “you back again” and giving you a big hug. Love you Shellbell.

Love from Jenny xox

Dearest Michelle, we have never met, but I have heard so much about you from your sister here in Wales, and I know you were a beautiful young lady with a heart of gold, and that you brought so much joy, happiness, peace and love to all who met you. I know also how you loved all the animals and birds, and the beautiful flowers. You are now safely home with the Lord Jesus, so I must tell you that your sister in Wales loves you with all her heart and is missing you so very much. She would like you to know that one day soon she will be with you once more, never again to leave you. But now she has just called to say she loves you, and that you are her sunshine. Michelle, now, whenever we sing the Hymn ‘All things Bright and Beautiful’ we will be thinking of you. Farewell beautiful young lady, and rest in peace in the arms of the Saviour, as you wait to be re-united with your precious sister in Wales.

Ray in Cardiff, Wales

My dearest Shelley I am truly broken to learn of you passing . I remember you so well in your visits over the years and very often hear you calling me fancy! As Frances I kinda liked your take on my name. You loved to dance, sing, organise us all, party and play a part in everything and boy did you enjoy your pooh bear ice-cream from Mauds! You will be sorely missed by so many and especially your dearest sister in Wales, she will be heartbroken. From fancy, blip, carry and bossy boots. with love…..your friends

Frances ‘fancy’ Wilson Retired matron

Michelle, you and I were twins in every way except birth with only 11 short months between us. I have always and will always love you and so miss our frequent chats on the phone. I loved to send all the boxes of goodies to you and have your valentines box sitting here unopened. I know you are safe in the arms of the Saviour and nothing can hurt you now. I love you, good night pet I will see you in the morning. Xx

K E Hamilton

Sorry for your loss

David Baird

Shelley, i’m so glad I get to say that I knew you. You touched my heart in a very strong way. Your Broadacres family is missing you very much and we will never forget the laughs and good times that you brought to us. You will be in our hearts forever & ever.
I love you and miss you so much special girl, rest in peace beautiful 💔

Alex Allen, Broadacres


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