Rheanne Martina Mary Trudeau Sudbury, Ontario Obituary

Rheanne Martina Mary Trudeau

<p>Rheanne Martina Mary Trudeau</p><p>Sunrise January 15, 1997 Sunset November 20, 2022</p><p>On Sunday, November 20, 2022, Rheanne Martina Mary Trudeau began her spirit journey at the age of 25. Rheanne was born on January 15, 1997, in Elliot Lake ON. She was a loving and caring daughter, granddaughter, sister, aunt, niece, cousin, and friend. Rheanne was the daughter of Wilma-Lee Johnston (Pat) of Serpent River First Nation and Noel Trudeau (Lee Ann) of Wikwemikong FN. She is survived by her sisters Holly (Nick), Brynn (Liam), Lyla (Alex) and Sasha and brothers Nolan and Lennox, her nephew Maddox and best friends ,Emily Meawasige, Summer Reid, Gregory Clegg-Young (predeceased) and Kayla Jacobs (predeceased), and her special friend Joshua Martin. Her Grandma Caroline, Papa Jack Meawasige (predeceased) Uncle Marty (Sharon, predeceased), Aunts Maureen (Kurtis), Rosalind (John), Lorraine (Ivan, predeceased) and Betty-Jean (Jamie), all of Serpent River. Aunts Ruby (Warren), and Marjorie and Uncles Jeffrey (predeceased) Pierre (Trish), Leon (Connie), Francis (Christine) and Kenny (predeceased). Predeceased by grandparents Alphonse Jeff Trudeau and Rose Marie Trudeau nee Odjig of Wikwemikong. We find comfort knowing Rheanne will be with our friends and family that wait along her next journey. She was a creative soul who could find an adventure anywhere and see the beauty in nearly anything. She loved all things art. She enjoyed and was talented in everything from playing classical instruments, singing, drawing and poetry, simple photography to painting skillful pieces. She loved her pets, laughing with friends and family, video games and movies. Rheanne had a quirky, imaginative outlook and she enjoyed making others laugh. She was a fun, loving person who always took the side of the underdog. Her many cousins and friends will cherish their memories and laughter they shared with her. </p><p>Baa Maa Pii</p><p><br></p><p>Family and friends will gather at the</p><p>Serpent River First Nation Community Centre,</p><p>195 Village Road on Thursday November 24, 2022 starting from 3:00 PM.</p><p>The funeral service will take place at</p><p>Our Lady of the Highway Church</p><p>in Serpent River First Nation on Friday, November 25, 2022 at 11:00 AM.</p><p>Burial to follow at the Serpent River First Nation Cemetery</p><p>(Arrangements entrusted to the Jackson &amp; Barnard Funeral home)</p>
January 15, 1997 - November 20, 202201/15/199711/20/2022
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Rheanne Martina Mary Trudeau

Sunrise January 15, 1997 Sunset November 20, 2022

On Sunday, November 20, 2022, Rheanne Martina Mary Trudeau began her spirit journey at the age of 25. Rheanne was born on January 15, 1997, in Elliot Lake ON. She was a loving and caring daughter, granddaughter, sister, aunt, niece, cousin, and friend. Rheanne was the daughter of Wilma-Lee Johnston (Pat) of Serpent River First Nation and Noel Trudeau (Lee Ann) of Wikwemikong FN. She is survived by her sisters Holly (Nick), Brynn (Liam), Lyla (Alex) and Sasha and brothers Nolan and Lennox, her nephew Maddox and best friends ,Emily Meawasige, Summer Reid, Gregory Clegg-Young (predeceased) and Kayla Jacobs (predeceased), and her special friend Joshua Martin. Her Grandma Caroline, Papa Jack Meawasige (predeceased) Uncle Marty (Sharon, predeceased), Aunts Maureen (Kurtis), Rosalind (John), Lorraine (Ivan, predeceased) and Betty-Jean (Jamie), all of Serpent River. Aunts Ruby (Warren), and Marjorie and Uncles Jeffrey (predeceased) Pierre (Trish), Leon (Connie), Francis (Christine) and Kenny (predeceased). Predeceased by grandparents Alphonse Jeff Trudeau and Rose Marie Trudeau nee Odjig of Wikwemikong. We find comfort knowing Rheanne will be with our friends and family that wait along her next journey. She was a creative soul who could find an adventure anywhere and see the beauty in nearly anything. She loved all things art. She enjoyed and was talented in everything from playing classical instruments, singing, drawing and poetry, simple photography to painting skillful pieces. She loved her pets, laughing with friends and family, video games and movies. Rheanne had a quirky, imaginative outlook and she enjoyed making others laugh. She was a fun, loving person who always took the side of the underdog. Her many cousins and friends will cherish their memories and laughter they shared with her.

Baa Maa Pii


Family and friends will gather at the

Serpent River First Nation Community Centre,

195 Village Road on Thursday November 24, 2022 starting from 3:00 PM.

The funeral service will take place at

Our Lady of the Highway Church

in Serpent River First Nation on Friday, November 25, 2022 at 11:00 AM.

Burial to follow at the Serpent River First Nation Cemetery

(Arrangements entrusted to the Jackson & Barnard Funeral home)

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Nov
24
Visitation
Thursday, November 24 2022
03:00 PM
Serpent River Community Centre
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Sudbury, ON P3C 4C8
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25
Service
Friday, November 25 2022
11:00 AM
Our Lady of the Highway, Cutler, ON
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Sudbury, ON P3C 4C8
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Final Resting Place
Cutler Cemetery
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Cutler, ON P3C 4C8
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