COLLIN, Tasha Marie

In the early morning hours of August 17, 2021, at the tender age of 28, my beautiful Angel Girl Tasha Marie Collin, with child, passed away much too soon of an accidental overdose.

It is with heavy hearts Tasha will be forever remembered by her special companion and child’s proud father Hunter G Fair; ex-common law spouse James Track; her parents, mother, Noreen Dove, step-fathers, Dennis Dove and Dan Stasiuk; father Mark Collin; step-mother Margaret Hughes; brothers, Joey Collin, Dayton Collin, Patrick Stasiuk, and Kenneth Dove; sisters, Danielle Stasiuk, and Terralyn Dove; as well as numerous relatives and friends.

During these unprecedented times, and as part of the planning process. A Celebration of Tasha’s Life will be held at Chappelle Gardens Residence Association, 1059 Chappelle Blvd SW, on Saturday, September 25, 2021, at 2:30 pm.

Family and friends alike are requested to leave a comment in the tribute section of Tasha’s obituary on Serenity’s website. Please share your fondest memory of Tasha and/or upload a favourite photo.

In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to the family, The donated funds will be used to cover expenses, as well a portion will also be donated to organizations close to her heart.
Cremation has taken place.

Serenity Funeral Service (South) 780-450-0101

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Ashlea Hecht

Although we drifted in different directions as we grew older I never stopped loving you. Life is hard and you definitely had your fair share of battles. You truly had a heart of gold. You will forever be missed and I hope you know that you were and always will be loved. Rest peacefully beautiful.

Love always your big cousin Ashlea

Joyce Thomas

My heart is breaking for you Noreen. The shocking news of Tasha passing a young beautiful and funny girl gone way to soon. So many fond memories of Tasha from when she was just a baby, those teenage years, and as a young adult. I can still hear her laugh and see her beautiful smile. Rest in peace beautiful Tasha. You will be so very much missed. May this next journey be full of beautiful memories.

Linda Skjersven

Norine and family, there are no words to express my sadness for you all. Losing a child must be the hardest thing. I can not imagine what you are all going through. As parents we assume we are the ones to go before our children. Just know that others are thinking of you all. May your found memories of Tasha live on with all of you. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Pam Stenzel

A few fond memories I have of Tasha are 1st when she stayed with us for a bit and the first day there she yelled across the street to the four year old boy (around the same age as her), “Hi, my name is Tasha, do you want to be my friend?” She seemed to connect with others easily. 2nd was when our girls (Niki and Karlie) were at your home in Beaumont and it was a very cold winter day, but Tasha graciously volunteered to go make snowmen with them. It was also nice to share time with Tasha when you traveled to the states to visit and when we went to Disney World. I will miss Tasha and her sweet smile. I will also miss searching out art supplies and puzzles for her. So many things happen in life that do not make sense! So sorry for your loss. We can not possibly understand how you feel, but please know we care and we are here to listen.

Tracey Clements

Gone too soon but now at peace. My sincere condolences and true grief for your loss my friend. Her spirit will always be with you. Prayers hope and love to you and your family.

Marc Baker

It’s funny that even though we were both adults, all the memories that come to mind are from our childhood. We loved hangin out and watching movies (the land before time ones featured prominently), making forts, going to the park.

I will definitely miss Tasha, her last while was a tough time and I sincerely hope that she is at peace wherever she is now.


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