❤️ Please join us in honour, in celebrating and in loving our beautiful girl…
Katie June’s family and friends will be gathering together with memories shared and love so strong, this Saturday afternoon, July 17, 2021 at the Rec Centre’s arena in Fort Nelson, BC at 1:00pm.
To respect the many desires of the so many wishing to attend and in respect of the pandemic, a larger venue has been chosen. Please enter the rink on the skaters side (at the end of the arena closest to the High School hill). Masks are not mandatory but recommended and there will be hand sanitizer available. If you’re not feeling well, please stay home and join all the others unable to join us in person by watching the live stream:
To join the family live please CLICK HERE
Interment at Fort Nelson Cemetery will follow the public service and everyone is also welcome to gather at Chris and Rachael Mould’s shop at 6600 Old Alaska Highwayfor food and refreshments. A large video screen at the Mould’s will also be available for viewing the live stream of the service should there be those who wish to gather and watch from outdoors.
For out-of-town travelers coming to Fort Nelson, the Woodland’s Inn has graciously offered to accommodate Katie June’s loved ones with a special rate of $79 for single and $89 for double occupancy plus tax for regular rooms by calling toll free 1-866-966-3466 and referencing the “Nelson Family” name for registering. Suites and kitchenettes are also available for upgrade at additional rates.
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Thank you for all your help in celebrating our girl and welcoming Katie June home, knowing her life a blessing, her memory a treasure, so loved beyond words and so missed beyond measure.
After facing a sudden onset of illness and fighting the warrior’s fight with immense courage and unequaled bravery, Katie June chose to be free of pain from battling both Severe Aplastic Anemia and Lymphoma on July 6, 2021 at BC Children’s Hospital in Vancouver, BC. She was surrounded by her mom and dad and brothers as well as her grandparents and all the love of her old grandpa and grandma, aunties, uncles, cousins, friends and loved ones near and far. This week, we bring our girl home to Fort Nelson after she arrived in Vancouver by medevac January 2, 2021.
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