Trisha Marie Tourangeau-Brunette
March 10, 1990 – March 22, 2022

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Trisha Marie Tourangeau-Brunette on Tuesday, March 22, 2022, at the age of 32.

Our beloved Daughter, Grand-daughter, Sister, Niece, Auntie, Cousin, and Friend.

Trisha was the daughter of Lori-ann Tourangeau and Bud Brunette, born on March 10, 1990. She was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, by her loving grandparents; her Kokum Augustine and “Pops” Charlie. Trisha was the oldest daughter to her numerous siblings including her five younger sisters; Trixie (predeceased), Estrellita, Heaven-lee, Jordan, Love; and her three younger brothers; Riolando, Hunter and Kendal.

Trisha was both beauty and brains. She had many accomplishments that were significant to her life including completing her High School Diploma and was previously enrolled in the Criminal Justice Diploma Program at Grant MacEwan College, now known as MacEwan University. She loved to learn whenever possible in life, just as much as she loved to educate others.

Trisha had a strong kinship to animals, especially to cats, as she loved them dearly and they loved her. Throughout her life, Trisha’s companions included many feline friends as she also took pride in being a mom to her numerous fur babies. Trisha also had a strong connection to her family, especially to her siblings; Trixie, Rio, Lita, and Heaven. And also had a special connection to both her nephew, Noah, and niece, Aniya. She was the big Sister and Aunt who was always protective of those she loved, always fought for what she believed in, and was not afraid to stand alone or to standout. Trisha had a certain independence that demanded respect as she believed in the mystical and the magical as she spoke her mind and from her heart at all times. She was not afraid of controversy, in fact, it excited her to think outside the box as it was just another way to express her truth.

Trisha loved to express her individuality through numerous forms of self-expressions like proudly displaying her tattoos including her “Live Free” knuckle tattoos that was a tribute on how she wanted to live and be remembered by, was to be both carefree and free-spirited, yet resilient. Additionally, Trisha had many piercings throughout her life that made her not only look tough, but like an overall beautiful masterpiece as she was Artwork herself, not just in how she looked… but in her overall energy. She also enjoyed writing to express herself through poetry and stories that were meaningful to her, and intensely loved many forms of music. Her creativity and her ability to look at the world and things in it with seeing their unique beauty will live on after these sad days are gone. She brightened our family’s world and made this world a better place just because she was in it.

Most of all, she lived in this world consciously, powerfully and unapologetically. She will be dearly missed and the memory of her will forever live on in our hearts.

A celebration of life will be held on Monday, April 11th at 11:00am in Serenity Funeral Service North Central Chapel, 10129 Princess Elizabeth Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta. A reception will follow at Hope City Church next door.

Serenity Funeral Service
North Central Chapel

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