Elliot Lake Funeral Chapel
& Cremation Centre
In loving memory of Kayla Shirley Jacobs
Mom’s Peanut – Dad’s BooBoo
December 9, 1997 – January 12, 2020
Loved endlessly by loving parents Gail Athanasiou and Michael Jacobs Jr. Loved sister by brothers Paul (Cheryl), Mike (Candace), Meeshan and sister Alyssa. Dear granddaughter to Shirley (pre-deceased), Art Meawsasige, Arnelda Jacobs and Mike Jacobs Sr (pre-deceased).
Missed by her aunts and uncles Karen and Jeff, Lisa, Steve and Donna, Bruce, Kim (pre-deceased) and Greg, Charles (pre-deceased) (Ola), Harvey, Janice (Harold (pre-deceased), Gail, Grant (Millie), Brenda, Randy, Greg, Barry, Jack (pre-deceased) and Robert (pre-deceased).
Also missed by nieces, nephews and cousins, Joey, Carol, Chris, Allison, Nicole (Tom), Steph, Amber (pre-deceased), Tim (pre-deceased), Roseanne (pre-deceased), Elliot (pre-deceased), Dallas, Mason, Sarah, Noah, Scarlett, London, Giseh, Danakin, Sakara, Shyann, Tristan, Marcus, Ocean, Vincent, Gabby, Jonathan, Kerri-Lynn (John), Bud (Genevieve), Rachel (Josh), Kurt (Eli), Cody, Lezah, Raven, Brenda, Nicky, Jaynee, Theresa, Chris, Noquoia, Alison, MacKenzie (Zack), Ashley, Harley, Bineshiihs, Jackson, Hunter, Nora, Jaylynn, Jaslynn, Jacob, Awasha, Robin (Ricky) and Nicole (RJ).
Finally missed by classmates, roommates and any friends she made in her life.
I would like to thank all of the people who helped us during this gray time.
Mike Jacobs, Gail Athanasiou and family.
The family will receive friends Thursday, January 16, 2020 at the Band Hall in Cutler at 3:00 pm and a celebration of Kayla’s life will begin at 7:00 pm.
On Friday, January 17 from the band hall in Cutler, final words will be spoken starting at 11:00 am and the feast to follow.
To all of the many family and friends and community of Cutler & Serpent River our tears join yours in a river of sadness over this loss even as at the same time our lives were so blessed to have the incredible creation Kayla and her beautiful spirit with us for as long as we did. I will treasure memories of her smile, her humour, the mischievous sparkle that I would see every now and then after she said or did something. Above all I will treasure her kindness and caring towards others. When I first met her I thought she was painfully shy and withdrawn. In reality there was a unique, wise soul inside who didn’t suffer fools lightly so she had to get to know you and see what kind of character you were before she shared her sunshine with you. Rest In Peace sunshine. I will remember you with the rising and setting of the sun. May all of your loved ones also be comforted by the sunshine and their memories of you. Miigwetch Kimberly Arnold & family