The lyrics 'god must need an angel' echoed around the Dunn and Lewis Centre on Monday.
Family and friends gathered at the centre on Monday to remember what made Zoie Bell such a special person.
As the family and friends gathered at this highly emotional funeral service, many others met at Ulladulla High or watched the service online.
Zoie was remembered as someone who was caring and kind to everyone - she put the needs of others before her own.
Zoie made a big impact on many people in what was a short life - she was only 14 years of age.
She was tragically taken from her family and friends recently following a traffic incident.
Zoie was the daughter of Karina, Aaron and Nathan, sister to Jacob, Tyson, Charlie, Riley, Heath, Lily and Charlotte, granddaughter of Noel and Wendy, Peter and Kim, Maree (dec) and Barry, Eric and Sue.
Father Nathan remembered his eldest daughter as a selfless person.
Nathan will remember Zoie's giggle forever and he was privileged to be her father.
Mum Karina recalled how Zoie was always open and honest.
Karina will always remember Zoie's kindness and her great sense of humour.
Zoie had a great group of friends and she also loved spending time with her siblings.
Her teachers at Ulladulla High said Zoie was the type of student teachers dream of teaching.
Zoie loved ice cream and her Nan and Pop's roasts.
She had a thing about the 1980's and 1990's music.
Zoie loved going camping, riding her bike, gymnastics and being out in nature.
Even when her hair was dyed bright pink, Zoie could see the funny side.
No doubt she giggled a lot when she looked at that bright pink hair.
The stage at the Dunn and Lewis Centre was graced by paper cranes made by the Ulladulla High School students.
Thanks went to everyone who made the funeral, giving the COVID-19, difficulties possible.