Jill Simone Obituary, Death – Jill Meredith Simone, a resident of Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, passed away on March 20, 2023. She was 63 years old. She was born and raised in Jacksonville, so she spent a considerable amount of time there. She attended nearby schools and earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from the University of North Florida (UNF).
Jill’s profession as a human resources specialist gave her the greatest sense of achievement in her life, despite the fact that she was a devoted mother to her own children. Tennis, animals, her family, her health, and the ocean were some of her favorite things in the entire world. Jill donated money to the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (SWT), which is known for running the world’s most successful orphan elephant rehabilitation program.
Her children Jake and Katherine, her parents David and Mary Jane Sundby, and her siblings Dawn Weathers (Robert), Bryant Luke (Adrianna), and Kristen Cleary all survive her, as does her beloved husband of 24 years, Michael Simone. Jill Simone was preceded in death by her father, David Sundby, who was married to Mary Jane.
Michael and Matthew, Jill Simone’s identical twins, died when they were both still very little. Michael died first, followed by Matthew. Jill Simone is remembered by her daughter (Dan). Together with her mother-in-law, she also leaves behind a considerable number of other family members, acquaintances, and relatives. Carol Simone, Al Simone, Lisa’s brother-in-law Alan Simone, and several others. She was Carol Simone’s mother-in-law.
Al Simone, her father-in-law, was that person. On Tuesday, March 28, at 1 p.m., Christ Church will host a memorial service to celebrate Jill Meredith Simone’s amazing life. Christ Church is situated at 400 San Juan Road in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida 32082. The event will take place at Christ Church. The Ponte Vedra Hotel and Club will host the wedding celebration. Please consider giving to The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust USA, Golf Fights Cancer or the Judy Nicholson Kidney Cancer Foundation in Jill’s memory instead of sending flowers.