It is with sorrow the family announces the passing of Sylvia Nicole St George at the age of 38 years. She will be deeply missed by her father Raymond St Georges (Carol), mother Debra-Ann St George (née Croteau) and her big brother Shannon St George (Stephanie). Sylvia will forever be remembered by her beautiful daughter Samantha Sturgeon. She is reunited with her Papa and Nanny, Fred and Colleen Croteau. Lovingly remembered by her Nanny and Pepère Laurette and Roger Carriere. She will never be forgotten by her stepsisters, their husbands, and her large array of nieces and nephews. Sylvie will be deeply missed and fondly remembered by many Aunts, Uncles and many cousins.
Sylvia Nicole St George was born on March 9th, 1981. From the time she was born she was fierce and wild. Sylvie was spirited, beautiful and loyal to her friends and family. She loved to drive with her windows down and her music up. As the saying goes, she danced like no one was watching, and frankly, she wouldn’t have given a damn even if they were. She lived life “fast fast” with fun always in the cards. Sylvie or “Feachie Peachie” as Papa Croteau called her, loved being outside. She loved camping, canoeing and spent countless peaceful hours at Paradise Lake in Capreol.
She adored her daughter Samantha, who will keep a part of Sylvie with all of us. Sylvie and her brother Shannon had a strong bond from the time they were little, and held each other both up and accountable through all the years they were given with each other. Sylvia battled bravely against depression for much of her time here, but her life deserves to be remembered by the beauty, the artistic spirit and the spontaneity that those 38 years brought her and those around her. She was a wonderful daughter, a proud mother, a loving sister and a loyal friend.
In lieu of flowers, a Go-Fund-Me has been set up for Sylvia’s daughter, Samantha. Please visit http://gf.me/u/xap65w or search for “In memory of Sylvia; for Sammy” to donate. A celebration of life will be taking place Saturday, January 11th, 2020 at the Italian Club in Copper Cliff from 12pm to 4pm. Arrangements in care of Simple Wishes of the North, Sudbury.
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