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Who was Kumari Armeners?
Kumari Armener’s lifeless body was found in a small village near her family’s home in Mount Gambier, south of Adelaide, on November 27, just one day after she was reported missing.
The 37-year-old woman’s death was not treated as suspicious, and her friends remembered her as “caring, kind, generous and compassionate”.
Earlier this week, the family was dealt another cruel blow when Ms Armener’s daughter, Clarice Simmonds, also took her own life.
Trudi, a family friend, organized a fundraiser to help the teenager’s father and six siblings pay for another funeral.
“Beautiful Clarice, 16 years forever young, has gone flying high with her beautiful mother Kumari, whom we lost just over three months ago,” she wrote.
“Her siblings, Ella, Julian, Hannah, Jack, Krissy and Jacob need our help to put this precious boy to rest.”
‘May she be in her mom’s arms forever in peace. Amen.’
Clarice’s older sister, Kristina, wrote a tribute to the teenager on Instagram.
“Almost four months after one heartbreak and facing another, I love you forever little sister,” she wrote, alongside a photo of Clarice.
Another sister, Ella, shared a post on Facebook urging anyone struggling with mental health issues to speak up.
“It is not weak to speak,” she wrote. We’d rather hear her problems than her praise.
The teenager shared the same post after her mother died in November.
In December, a family friend held a community fundraising event called ‘Cruise for Kumari Armener’ to raise money for mental health.
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Clarice’s sister said the shock death came too soon after her mother’s death just four months ago.
“It’s going to be very difficult for her husband Jason and her children in the coming months with Christmas and New Years.”
The Mount Gambier City Band also wrote a tribute to Ms. Armener in November.
“Kumari and her family were terrific contributors to the Mount Gambier City Band and, in particular, to the establishment of our developmental band, where we saw her talented children of hers develop as musicians and excellent young people,” she said.
‘Kumari was always there to help and support our community band along with all the other community groups she was involved with.
‘A loss like this will be felt forever.’
One person commented and said that she was a ‘beautiful soul’.
“My family offers our deepest condolences to Kumari’s family and friends,” she wrote.
‘If you knew how many love you. Rest in peace.’
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