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Lyla was born Monday, December 26, 1977 in Pukatawagan, Manitoba to Angeline and Oliver Colomb.
Lyla was always very helpful. She loved decorating, cleaning, organizing and cooking in our home as her mother taught her. Where ever she went, she would always lend a helping hand. Her favorite passion was loving and taking care of her children and grandchildren, as well as her baby Whitecloud.
We are all going to miss our laughter together, especially when we would take funny pictures together and when her sons Fred and Moray would tell jokes to her. She had the best laugh.
Lyla passed away peacefully with family by her side, Monday, August 28, 2017, at the Flin Flon General Hospital, Flin Flon, Manitoba, at the age of 39 years.
Lyla is survived by her parents Oliver and Angeline Colomb; soul mate William Budd; brothers Daniel Adams – Sarah, Autumn, Jessie, Ranville; Louis (Rose) – Dakota, Durell, Dawson, Jerzy, Thunder, Nipin, Gordy, Wade; John-Paul (Tamara) – Angie, Ashanti, Tyvanna, Jeanette, Isaiah; only sister Suzanne Colomb – Glenda (Dawson) Jordan, Starling, Karlena, Daniel, Peter, Vayda, Aalayah, Okimow; sons Fred, Moray, Whitecloud; daughter Sioux Colomb. She loved her grandchildren unconditionally, Carlisle, Addison, Cameron and Elijah who meant the most to her, “Ma Baby” – Lyla. Aunties Louisa Sinclair, Carol Caribou, Shirley Dumas, Ann Bighetty; uncles Lawrence Caribou, John Colomb, Baptist Colomb, Danny Colomb; nieces and nephews Normabelle, Louie, Destiny, Fiona, Caroline, Steven, Emile, Taylor, Bernice; closest cousins Joy Jones, Marilyn Sinclair, Mellisa Jeanie Dumas; closest friends Corra Bighetty, Sandra Francois and Cathy Bear.
Lyla was predeceased by maternal grandparents Pelagie and Louis Caribou; paternal grandparents Joseph and Alice Colomb; her baby Wylie Colomb-Budd; uncles Willie Caribou, Robert Colomb; sister Lyla Marie Caribou; cousin Leo Bighetty; and many relatives too numerous to mention.
If we forgot anyone it was not intentional.
Thursday, August 31, 2017
Friday, September 1, 2017
At the residence of Angeline Colomb,
48 Wapun Drive, Pukatawagan, MB
Saturday, September 2, 2017
Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Pukatawagan, MB
Presider: Father Dhana Amarlapudi
Assistants: Flora Grieves
Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery,
Sioux, Fred, Moray, Louis, John-Paul Colomb,
Danny Adams, William Budd,
Peter Bighetty, George Bighetty,
Jerome Colomb, Robert Bighetty,
Dawson Bear, Suzanne Colomb,
Glenda Colomb, Christina Colomb.
Colomb Family, Bighetty Family,
Caribou Family, Bear Family.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the
Canadian Cancer Society,
193 Sherbrook Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 2B7, would be appreciated by Lyla’s family.
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