In Celebration of

Jennifer Celms

February 26, 1977 -  May 18, 2017

Passed away peacefully at the age of 40 years after a long courageous battle with brain cancer. Jennifer leaves behind her loving parents John and Louise, her sister Sylvie as well as nephew Alex and nieces Tyanna and Bryanna. She will be dearly missed by many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. A Visitation will take place at Beechwood, Funeral Cemetery and Cremation Services, 280 Beechwood Ave., on Thursday, May 25th at 10am. The Memorial Service will begin at 11am with interment to follow. The family would like to give special thanks to the nurses and staff of the Bayshore Palliative Home Care Team and the Elizabeth Bruyère 5B Palliative Care wing for their exceptional care in Jennifer’s final days. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation in Jennifer’s memory to the Elizabeth Bruyère Palliative Care Unit.


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Ian and Willa MacLean (Friends)

Entered May 19, 2017 from Fredericton,N.B.

May your saddened hearts be filled with love, may the empty chair be filled with memories,may your prayers be filled with thankfulness,and may our words of sympathy help to comfort you. We love you and deeply care. Wish we could be with you at this time. Willa and Ian

John Wettstein (Friend)

Entered May 19, 2017 from Edmonton

Louise & John; Wishing that all your fond memories of Jennifer be a source of comfort for you during this difficult time. Bridget & John

Colette and Raymond (Cousin)

Entered May 19, 2017 from Newbrook Alberta

Louise and John.Our most sincere condoleances on the passing of your daughter Jennifer.Also to Sylvie and her family.We will continue to pray for you all.

Bob & Janet MacLean (Friends with her parents)

Entered May 19, 2017 from Durham, Nova Scotia

Wish we could be there for a friends support. Will be thinking of you & keeping you all in our prayers. Sincere sympathy to you all.

Shirley &Doug Bain (Good friends of John &Louise)

Entered May 19, 2017 from Grand Bend

We are so sorry for your loss. Jennifer is now at peace.


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