Brooke-Aiesha Paige Therrien

September 17, 2001 – May 25, 2021
Brooke was born in Terrace, September 17, 2001 and was tragically taken May 25, 2021.
Left to mourn are: Mom Kelsey Lockhart, Dad Mark Therrien, half sister Kiera, Grandparents: Lou and Frances Therrien; Brian and Carol-Ann Lockhart, Carolyn Christiansen (Dave Connar). Aunt Erin Lockhart and Uncle Justin Soucie – Aubrieh, Khloey, Caidey; Aunt Tasha Lockhart – Colbie; Aunt Denise and Uncle Trevor Hendry – Hailey, Jordan; Aunt Brittany and Uncle Kelson Prest – Claira, Andrew; cousins Monica and Logan Therrien: Uncle Myles Anderson; Uncle Tyson Lockhart – Gracie, Gavin, Gemma; Uncle Kyle and Aunt Tracey Reid – Karter, Braydon, Bailey; Uncle Mike Reid – Taya, Khalii, Jayda. Great Grandpa’s – Dave Lockhart (Judy McPhadyen); Eli Christiansen (Sharon Daumont).
She was predeceased by Uncle Louis Therrien, Aunt Diane Therrien, Great Gramma’s – Darline Lockhart and Beulah Christiansen.
Our Brooke also shared her life and happiness with many great and great-great aunts and uncles, beloved friends and co-workers.
Brooke was a driven, determined person all her life. She had a plan – knew what she wanted. She pushed herself to academic excellence, never satisfied with lower than top marks. She was a loving soul, with a giant heart. When she was very young, she collected Canadian Tire money and cashed it in for toys for kids at the hospital Christmas Tree. She understood and empathized with those who were less fortunate.
Brooke loved her family, and spent countless hours with all, from youngest cousins to her grandparents. She hunted, fished and foraged for mushrooms and camped, hiked “as many new trails as I can”, skied and snowboarded.
She did crafts and painted, loving baking – her family were the happy recipients of her goodies. She was studying and working to be a dental assistant, still striving to learn it ALL to get the best marks. She loved her job and the people she met there became great friends.
Brooke made every moment of her life count. Her last selfless act was to donate her organs. A piece of our angel will live on, for those families.

A part of me has gone, it’s true
When I was called to leave
A part of me has stayed with you,
To be there when you need.
A part of me lived on through you,
With every breath you make.
A part of me looks forward to
The journeys that we take.
A part of me you will not see,
A part of me you’ll grieve,
But remember that a part of me,
is with you, if you need.
A part of me watches over you,
To be sure you’ll be be ok.
That part of me will wait for you,
Till the day you’re called away.
– KELSEYObituary

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