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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Kenisha Pearl, due to a tragic car accident, on Monday, August 28, 2023, at the age of 24 years.
Kenisha was born on February 28th, 1999, in Lethbridge, Alberta. Growing up Kenisha was always an energetic and daring young girl, having tried bungy jumping at the West Edmonton Mall and riding roller coasters, even from a young age.
She grew up in Stirling, Alberta where she learned the value of family, friends, and working hard as she pursued academic success. Kenisha would often be a trusted babysitter among the community. Growing up, she enjoyed playing many sports, including basketball, (in which she attended several local camps for the sport), as well as volleyball.
Kenisha was always very attentive and caring, and as such made an excellent friend and support in the lives of so many around her. She worked hard as a waitress and when she wasn’t at work she loved to be around her friends and family, particularly her younger siblings, who she enjoyed playing hide and seek, and bouncing on the trampoline with. Kenisha was known for going out of her way to make sure those who she cared about were always looked after. She was always the centre of laughter and smiles in every room she walked into. As a social butterfly, many people gravitated towards her confidence and upbeat personality, and she could always be counted on to bring laughter, joy and positivity to every situation she encountered.
Kenisha enjoyed traveling and took the opportunity to visit British Colombia and live in the Kelowna region for some time. She enjoyed the mountains of Alberta and British Columbia as well as trips to the United States where she visited friends and family when she got the chance. Kenisha will be remembered and missed as the positive, joyful and courageous individual she strived to be by all who knew her.
There will be a friends meet family / viewing the evening of Tuesday, September 5, 2023, at Christensen Salmon Generations Funeral Home - 703-13 St N, Lethbridge, AB.
Funeral Service will take place at 11:00AM Wednesday, September 6, 2023 at the Funeral Home as well. Please bring a story or memory with Kenisha to share.
Live-stream will be available on the Funeral Home web-site.
Interment will take place at Saint Catherine Cemetery and reception will follow in Stand Off, AB. All are welcome to attend.
Sisters; April (Austin) and Skyler Vielle, brothers; Austin Flynn-Vielle, Cylus Edwards, Angus Flynn-Vielle, Donavan Flynn-Vielle, Jaylen Vielle, and Avrian Rowan Vielle; her father Kenny Flynn and her late mother Anita Dawn Vielle Robinson; her grandparents Marlice, Andrew Black Plume, Norman Robinson Sr. of Yakima, WA, and Darlene. her uncles Marcus (Prisella) Vielle, Sonny (Tina) Vielle, Edward Robinson of Toppenish, WA, Norman Robinson Jr. of Toppenish, WA; her aunts Cynthia Ann Robinson of Yakima, WA, Elizabeth Flynn, Samantha Flynn; her great uncles Martin (Elizabeth) Vielle, Donald Big Swallow and family, Charlie (Betty) Crow Chief, Frank (Luciell) Eberle of Yakima, WA; and by her great aunt Janet Vielle and family.
Also her foster Family;
Lynne and Robert (deceased) Edwards, and their children and grand-children; Rob and Melissa Edwards, Allie(Josh) Dunlop, Avery, Jace, Sayla, Nixon, Quinn, Adalynn; Tami and Corey (deceased) McCarthy, Nate; Dennis and Mary Edwards, Jack and Brittany; Jared and Kimberly Edwards, Seth, Abi, Saige, Ethan, Rhett; Lynsey and Patrick Court, Lincoln, Carson, Sophie, Audrey, Berkley; Cory and Marcie Edwards, Peyton, Autumn, William, Vesper, Russell, Thorin