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Shawna Louise Robichaud

November 07, 1991 - September 26, 2021

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Obituary For Shawna Louise Robichaud

Shawna Louise Robichaud, resident of Grande Prairie, AB, passed away on Sunday, September 26, 2021, at the age of 29 years.

Shawna was born November 7, 1991, at 4:30am, in Grande Prairie, AB. She graduated from Grande Prairie Composite High School and worked at London Drugs. She loved computers and games. She was bubbly, happy, funny, helpful to her family and friends, and wanted to travel.

She will be sadly missed by her family and friends.

Memorial donations may be made to Suicide Prevention Resource Center (200, Nordic Court, 10014 99 St., Grande Prairie, AB, T8V 3N4).

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  • I'm so very sorry for your loss. I can't imagine the heartbreak 💔 you are all experiencing. I'm holding you all in my thoughts and prayers 🙏🏻 and sending my sincerest condolences. Shawna, Rest In Peace. Dawn & Chris

  • Sherry, there are really no words that can help you and your family at this very sad and tragic time. But I just wanted you to know that you have been in my thoughts and I am sending my sincere sympathies to you and Your family. Shawn Robinson

  • So sorry for your loss Sherry and family,hugs to u and family ,Jim and Ingrid Dzivinski

  • Shawna was an amazing person. She was kind, caring, and compassionate. I will never forget the short time we shared together. From her telling me the question isn't why don't people hate me, it is why do people like me. To her building me a blanket fort so the light didn't bother me while I slept on the couch. She always did her best to make people feel comfortable and understood. Her memory will forever be something to cherish. I love you Shawna, I always will.

  • I'm so sorry for your loss. I didn't know Shawna very well when we worked together, but she was funny and always friendly. May her memory be a blessing.

  • .... I first met Shawna at London Drugs... and at first did not interact with her as I found her kinda shy. Then one day, she came in sporting a new preppy hairdo that really looked good on her... and that is when our friendship started. She was at her best when things were at their very worst as evidenced during one cold evening when both myself and her were eating lunch with our colleagues. One of our colleagues went into a seizure,, and both myself and Shawna were in the thick of it providing first aid.. Such was the character of Shawna... and she always had a quirky smile that brightened the room rain or shine!!!! She took on the daunting job of being the electronics manager,... and after a short stint as manager, took on even more challenges.... It appears to myself that she is going to aim high and start going places...nothing appears to slow her down!... since then, I have lost touch with her... And now she has passed.... Shawna was a good friend, and as such, I will honour Shawna by keeping her memories alive,.. so long as I remember and talk about her, Shawna will continue to live... In the words of Bruce Lee, the key to immortality is to live a life worth remembering.... Now never comes again....

  • Shawna...It was always a pleasure to work with you. There were times you were the only reason i wanted to go to work! I can still hear you telling us what to do on a shift...and the way you always walked into the bullpen...(I know..sounds kinda weird) i remember 1 time you were telling me about your gaming on twitch and i should watch....and then you told me that people paid to watch you...im sure the look on my face was exactly the same as the look on your face when i laughed! I wish we could go back a year...connect again so we could have been near and had your back when you needed someone. I hope that where ever you are ...your happy ...and playing twitch....Im sorry for your families grief that they are going through right now...i hope their memories of you will keep them going....you will be missed. glenda

  • Shawna, you always had a quick smile and a funny little laugh. You had quick wit, and were always doing what you could to make people smile. It was a great pleasure to work with you. Rest in peace

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