The last thing I'll ever write is this.
I was born on February 10, 1962. Apparently I was born on my doctor's birthday, so he must have been so pleased to see me! I passed away on January 21, 2018, I don't really remember this part.
I won't make this long. I am survived by my wonderful husband Dave, three children Tyler, Amanda and Ashley and five beautiful little monkeys I call grandchildren, Hailey, Hudson Brody, Kai and Aralyn.
I am also survived by my mother June and mother-in-law Jennie. My sisters Jacquie, Heather, Kelly and brothers Mark, Jamie and Jack. It was my honour to be called their sister.
As most of you know I was diagnosed with a brain tumor in December of 2014, which will be the death of me. However, that's not such a bad way to go and I was fortunate to be able to have time to spend with my family and friends and let them know how much I loved them.
Cliché, I know but please live, love, and laugh every chance that you have. Life may not always be as long as you think it will be.
This beautiful message was written by our loving wife, mother and grammie Shelley Sabeski just months before her passing. We were truly blessed in our life with her fantastic sense of humor, life lessons, laughter and love. Shelley put up one the strongest fights most have even seen. She managed to keep her strength up enough to put smiles on all of our faces creating more beautiful memories to keep us smiling throughout the hard days we are faced with now. Shelley will truly be missed but not forgotten.
A special thank you goes out to the hospital staff, friends, family and the "angels" who stuck with her by her side and held her hand while she fought her fight and completed her journey in life. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all of your love, help and support.
Alcock Funeral Home & Cremation Services (Highway 17 west Keewatin) in care of arrangements, 547-6000.