Jonelle McDonell (JP)
Sydney Metro, North West Sydney, Lower Blue Mountains, Western Sydney, Northern Suburbs, Central Coast, Northern Beaches, Inner West
Funeral Director and Celebrant
Jonelle is the friendly face and warm heart that everyone needs when dealing with the loss of a loved one.
Jonelle is an experienced Funeral Director and Celebrant with compassion and empathy. She prides herself on her professionalism, natural humour, and caring heart.
Whether the death is sudden or expected, it is difficult and sometimes challenging to know where to start. Jonelle will guide you through every step ensuring that respect and full transparency is given.
By having Jonelle alongside you for one of the most emotional times in your life, you will feel supported and comforted.
These days, families are often not informed of their options. Jonelle will provide you with non-traditional and traditional methods of saying goodbye. Finding a meaningful location and words that suits the personality, hobbies, and lifestyle of your loved one, means they are farewelled with the true reflection of who they were. By doing so, it honours their life and those left behind will have a healthier bereavement.
You may only need minimal assistance or a helping hand for each moment, with Picaluna Funerals and Jonelle’s expertise, your loved one will be farewelled the way they deserve.
"Jonelle gave us all strength on a day we didn't think we could get through. She held all of our hands and comforted our tears. Jonelle is a beautiful person is amazing as what she does"
"Jonelle supported me through a time in my life that I knew was going to come but was hoping it wasn't this soon. I don't think myself and my children could have gotten through it without Jonelle's support and help. Her easy-going, "I will do it for you" attitude made us all feel at ease in the lead up to the funeral. On the day, she delivered the service with honour, and to perfection"
"Jonelle you are one amazing person that puts everyones needs before you and you made the day I had to say goodbye to Mum better than I expected, thank you"