Friends, family and community deeply mourn the sudden loss of Angelica Carol O`Soup. Angelica entered the world in Yorkton, Sk on December 11,1998 and came to the end of her life`s journey in Whitehorse, Yukon Territories. Angelica was a fearless, strong, bold and resilient girl. She was a fighter and held her head high through her hardships. Angelica was a very proud little sister. She loved and cared deeply for those around her, she was a stand up kind of girl. She was fiercely loyal and she alwals stuck up for the underdog.
Angelica was a girl of many talents, she loved drawing in her sketchbook to express herself, did amazing hair. She loved braiding her friends and cousin`s hair. She loved to sing and was never shy about it. She had a special touch for fashion, always so stylish, she was a cheeky, funny, fun-loving girl to be around. She lived most of her life on the Key First Nation, nd attended her elementary school years in Canora. After graduating grade 8 at Wascana Elementary School in Regina, she attended high school at Sakewew High School in North Battleford where she said hearing drums at school it woke her heart.
Angelica is survived by her parents; Carey O`Soup and Vonda Papequash (Mark), her siblings, George Smith, Justine O`Soup, and Malcom O`Soup, her nephews that loved her so much, Isaiah, and Noah Smith. Grandparents Carole (Allan) O`Soup, and Muriel (Eugene) Brazeau. She is survived and sadly missed by many cousins, extended family members and close friends.
Angelica was predeceased by her grandparents Dennis Crane (2012), and David O Soup (1973), and many other loving grandparents and extended family that are gone on before her.
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