Families to farewell young mates killed in crash

Nicole Daly
Nicole Daly

THE families of young Gympie mates Nicole Daly and Jeremy Josefski who lost their lives in a horror car crash in central west New South Wales last Friday, will lay their loved ones to rest in funeral services in Gympie next Wednesday and Thursday.

Jeremy, 30, husband to Leah, father to Keeva and Cree, son of Garry and Debbie, and brother of Jade (deceased) and Luke and his family, will be farewelled in a funeral service at the Pavilion at the Gympie Showgrounds at 11am on Wednesday.

Jeremy Josefski
Jeremy Josefski

Nicole, 26, wife to Michael, mother to Laec, daughter of Narelle and David Ross and their partners, daughter-in-law to Tony and Karen Daly, and sister/sister-in-law to Michael, Michelle, Amanda and their families, will be farewelled in a funeral service at the Gympie Funeral Home Chapel on Brisbane Rd, at 10.30am on Thursday, to be followed by a committal service at the Gympie Cemetery.

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