Wake services will be held on Friday April 21st, 2023 from 1:00 PM-5:00 PM at the home of Tracey and Martin Campeau. The wake will continue on at the Neil Dennis Kematch Memorial School Gymnasium., Pelican Rapids, Manitoba
A funeral service will be held on Saturday, April 22nd, 2023 at 2:00PM from the NDKM School Gym. Brown will be laid to rest in the St. Theresa Parish cemetery next to her granny Adeline Chartrand following the funeral service.
Reshonda was born to Tracey Campeau and Marvin Rae Maytwayashing, and was raised by Martin Campeau since she was 4 years old and known him as Dad, Brown was born on October 25,1994 at Women’s hospital in Winnipeg Manitoba, she briefly lived in Winnipeg until the age of 2 going on to 3 years old, and moved to Dauphin MB, Where she started Head Start and Nursey, then moved to Swan River, MB for 4 years where she went to Taylor School, until she eventually moved back home to Sapotaweyak in July 2010.
Reshonda was known as Brown all her life and that is what everyone known her as.
Brown always loved spending a lot of time with her children, nieces and nephews, sisters and Brother Michael, aunties and uncles
Her hobbies were coloring, playing cards and loved listening to music, most of all she enjoyed participating every year on treaty days. She has a special relationship with her niece Drayah Bear and best friend cousin Mavis, she also had an affectionate laugh, that you couldn’t help but join in her happiness. She would go out of her way to help family and friends. She loved being with family at all family functions. She was always proud of where she came from.
Brown and Mavis grew up together since they were babies until they were adults, they were unsperable as kids and as teenagers. They would almost do everything together. There close in age, born two (2) weeks apart, they called each other sisters, they laughed, cried even argued with one another but always remained close. Brown was made godmother to Mavis’ son Dallyn and Mavis was made godmother to her daughter Jordon. They were best cousins born from birth, that’s how we will always be remember by.
Her bond with Thomas and Eric Jr. was unbreakable they grew up as brothers and sisters, they will always remember Brown as their little sister.
Brown(Reshonda) will be missed by her daughters: Jordon, Madison (Maddie), Aubrey, Emorie and along with her parent Tracey and Martin Campeau.
Left to Cherish in memory are sisters: Jennifer, Alicia, Tiffanie and Dakota (Dada), Brothers Kelly Roulette, Eric and Michael.
Aunties: Geraldine, Rhonda (Merle), Martina, May, Audrey, Karen and Polly (Chaul) (Ernie)
Uncles: Earl (Delma), Larry, Kenny, Albert, Augustus (Brandy), Michael (Melissa), Stanley (Elizabeth), Elmer (Linda) Harvey and Leslie.
Numerous cousins, nephews and nieces (too many to name)
Predeceased: her dad Marvin Rae Maytwayashing, Parental grandparents Clara (Harvey) Maytwayashing, Adeline Chartrand (Wayne “POPS” Hunter). Michael Chartrand. Step brother Shadrach Campeau Uncles Corey Chartrand and Gary Maytwayashing Bradley Maytwayashing Auntie Barbara Maytwayashing. Nephews: Fleury and Xander and Cousin Jessica Pearl. Xavier Chartrand Chelsey Swan
Active Pallbearers: Mavis Chartrand, Destiny Kematch, Michael J.W Chartrand, Augustus Chartrand, Stanley Chartrand, Thomas Chartrand, Eric Cook Jr. Calvin Chartrand, Trenton McKay, Elmer Maytwayashing, Elmer Maytwayashing Jr. and Kevin Maytwayashing
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