Obituary of Kaitlyn Ava Peters
Kaitlyn Ava Peters
Suddenly, in Quesnel BC on May 8, 2023, Kaitlyn Ava Peters formerly of Penticton, in her 19th year, born September 24, 2003, left us and this world all too soon.
Loving Mother of Ava Ryan Reille Peters and dear friend of Terry Voshall (Father of Ava).
Beloved daughter of Genevieve Peters of Penticton, BC, and Matthew Ivan Laframboise (Ann) of Kars, Ontario.
Dearest sister of Ryan and brother Benjamin Peters of Nova Scotia.
Dear granddaughter of maternal Grandmother Beth Peters (Gilles) of Penticton.
Dear niece of uncles Clint (Stacy), Roland Peters and family and great aunts Bonnie, Theresa, and Valerie Peters.
Cherished granddaughter of paternal Grandmother Deborah D. Burne (Brian) of Oakville, Ontario.
Beloved niece of Kristy Laframboise (Doug) and cousins Justice, (Shaylin), Morgan, and Emma -Dea, Marie and Matt Walker of Ontario and great Aunts Darlene Hanna (Lawrence), Margaret Orr and cousins Bryan and Natalya Hanna, all of BC.
Treasured chosen Daughter of her Quesnel family, Richard and Kimberley Meier, Grandmother Julie, and other family members, dearly loved sister of Ryleigh, Aleigha, and brothers Bentley, Braden, Lyric, Rhythm, and Tenor.
Dear chosen niece of aunties Brittany, Alisha and cousins Payton and Carter.
A Chilcotin Traditional service with Elders in attendance from the Quesnel First Nations Communities was held with drumming and singing by daughter Ava Peters, and aunties Brittany and Alisha to and from the Elks Hall where Kaitlyn rested for the traditional community 24-hour wake and feast from May 20 through to the Service and final goodbye May 21 with departure May 22 for cremation.
Pallbearers were Rickard Meier, Jesse Burns, Morgan Laframboise-Thompson, Matt Elser, and honorable friends.
The family of Kaitlyn express their sincere thanks to the Clayton’s Funeral Home (special mention to Crystal) for their professional care of Kaitlyn and to the Quesnel and Quesnel First Nations Communities for their kind and thoughtful support in the preparation and participation in Kaitlyn’s service during this most tragic time.
Kaitlyn will be sadly missed by her family, a core group of friends and many others in Penticton and Quesnel.
Kaitlyn will be dearly remembered as a loving mother, daughter, sister, granddaughter, aunty, and friend that graced all her family and friends with her lighthearted spirit and a beautiful smile.