Stuart Thomas CHELL

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. # 34557

Rank:  Detective Senior Constable

Stations?, Unsolved Homicide Team

Service:  From  ? ? 2000  to  23 April 2015 = 14+ years Service

Awards?

Born:  3 April 1964 @ 11.30 at Westholme, West Grove, Allenton, Derby, England

Died on:  Thursday  23 April 2015 in Picton

Cause:  Bowel cancer

Age:  51

Funeral date:  Wednesday  29 April 2015 @ 2.30pm

Funeral location:  Forest Lawn Crematorium, South Chapel, Camden Valley Way, Leppinton

Buried at:  Cremated

**Note:  The family would like to invite you following the service, to join them in celebrating the life of Stuart at the Antill Park Golf Club, Jarvisfield Road, Picton.

In lieu of flowers, the family have requested any donations be made to the charity as shown. Thank you.

Stuart CHELL

Stuart CHELL

STUART is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance
* NOT JOB RELATED

 

 Funeral location

Stuart Thomas Chell

Born in Derby, England on 3 April 1964
Passed away in Picton, Australia on 23 April 2015
Aged 51 years
Stuart Thomas Chell was born at 11:30 on the 3rd of April 1964 at Westholme, West Grove, Allenton, Derby. He was the second son to proud parents Patricia and Terence Chell and beloved brother to Mark, Tracey and Matthew. He loved and was loved dearly by his wife Kylie and his son Thomas, who was the love and light of his life.

Stuart was a great character and his infectious smile, laugh and humor made him many life long friends.

Stuart lived life to the fullest and was always ready for a beer, a laugh and to sit and watch the Cricket, Soccer, League or Darts. He loved this even more if it was with a mate or 10.

In 2000 Stuart finally found the career he was meant for. He became a Police Officer and worked his way up to become Detective Senior Constable Chell in the Unsolved Homicide Squad. He loved his job with a passion and dedication that made us all proud.

On Australia Day 2014 we discovered that Stuart had bowel cancer which had spread to his liver and was told of his grave prognosis. Even with all the treatment, and pain that comes with Cancer Stuart never complained and still always tried to be his happy fun loving self. He fought till the end but it finally got the better of him and he passed peacefully at home on the 23rd of April surrounded by his family.

Stuart will be greatly missed by all his family, friends and colleagues but his cheeky smile and sense of humor will always be remembered.

Rest in Peace Stu – don’t create too much havoc up there! xx

Steve, Julie and family send their love and heartfelt thoughts across the pond to Kylie and Tom and their families at this very sad time. XXXXX  Stuart made a difference to many lives and will be remembered with much love and laughter. xxxxx
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