Alice Lenore Aubin

ALICE LENORE AUBIN (BOMBERRY)

March 8, 1942 - August 28, 2022

 

The family of Alice (Jowedi:noh) Aubin is saddened to announce her passing on Sunday August 28, 2022 at the age of 80, after a month long courageous battle with illness.

                                                 

Alice was born on Six Nations (Ohsweken) and was a respected Cayuga language teaching consultant for over 10 years.  During covid isolation Alice continued to teach via zoom.  She would light up when able to speak her 1st language and laughed a lot with her students.  She was proud of her Indigenous culture, shared her knowledge freely and was a great storyteller.

 

Alice was accomplished at making Native handcrafts and for over 20 years, she travelled with her sisters on the pow wow circuit.

 

Alice was cheerful, always saw the bright side of things and had an exceptional sense of humour.  She travelled to many beautiful places with her best friend and sister Marlene or together with her nephew Yogi.

 

Alice is predeceased by her husband Claude Aubin. Loving mother to Darrell (Brenda), Angie (Kevin, deceased), Denise (Sean), Arlene (Ernie), Darlene, Darren (Wendy), and predeceased by her son David. Dear grandmother to  Darryl (Amy), Brett, Billy (Sam), Daniel (Andy), Trista, Brendan, Taylor (Sam), Braden (Erin), Shannon (Luke), Jack, and Keatyn.  Dear great-grandmother to Travis, Noah, Kaleb, Gracie, and Nora.  She was looking forward to her 6th great-granddaughter in a few weeks, who will be named in honor of Alice.

 

Alice is predeceased by her parents Leaman and Ethel Bomberry (Jacobs), She was a loving sister to Harley Bomberry and Della Bomberry. Predeceased by brothers Stuart, Alvin, and Darcy and sisters Merna, Marlene, and Leona.

 

Resting at George Darte Funeral Home 585 Carlton St., St.Catharines

Visitation Friday Sept 2, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Service & Tributes 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.

Catered Reception to follow.

 

 If so desired, donations made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation or the Kidney Foundation in Alice's memory would be appreciated by her family.