Lou lou was a kind hearted funny girl that loved her family, friends and had a big loving heart for her brothers. She enjoyed going on trips and every year she enjoyed going to camp living water. She also liked listening to all kinds of music and talking on the phone with all of her friends. She very much enjoyed playing around with her siblings, always teasing and play fighting with all of her older sisters. She was both mommy's and daddy's girl and had such a beautiful smile that would light up the room. Lou lou had so much love for her grandparents on both sides of the family and she learned how to sing cree from her moshum, Stanley. She enjoyed watching the Edmonton Oilers and was happy when her favorite player, Ethan Bear, scored his first goal! She loved her dad and her pride was seeing him with a big smile and a hug.
She is predeceased by: her grandfathers, William Crookedneck (2013) and Roger Morin (2017); her great-grandfathers, John Paddy (2006), Roy Chamakese (1983) and Wilson Morin (1969); her great-grandmothers, Kathlene Paddy (2009) and Madeline Morin (2000); her aunties, Cynthia Lachance (2005) and Sheila Morin (1995); her moshums, Lionel Paddy (1985), Cornwall Paddy (1987), Melvin Keenatch (2011) and Ross Keenatch (1981).
Cynthia is survived by: her loving parents, Travis Paddy and Arlene Morin; her sisters, Lynelle, Rayanne, Brylynn and Lashaay; her brothers, William and Presley; her nephew, Lee-in Cree Morin; her grandmothers, Staria Paddy and Sally Keenatch; her step grandfather, Stanley Kahpeechoose; her great-grandmother, Catherine Keenatch; and numerous aunties and cousins.
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