Donia Landon
Thursday
22
July

Wake Services

6:00 pm - 12:30 pm
Thursday, July 22, 2021
School Gymnasium
General Delivery
Shoal Lake No. 39 First Nation, Ontario, Canada
Saturday
24
July

Funeral Service

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Saturday, July 24, 2021
School Gymnasium
General Delivery
Shoal Lake No. 39 First Nation, Ontario, Canada
Saturday
24
July

Interment

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Saturday, July 24, 2021
Shoal Lake Cemetery
General Delivery
Shoal Lake No. 39 First Nation, Ontario, Canada

Obituary of Donia Beth Lorraine Landon

August 26, 1998 – July 15, 2021 With heavy hearts and great sadness, we announce the passing of our daughter, sister, mother, aunty, cousin, niece, and friend. Donia was a band member of Shoal Lake 39 First Nation but always lived in Winnipeg. She was baptized on September 15, 1999, at the Anglican Indigenous Church by Reverend Jeannie Stenhouse. Predeceased by her great grandparents, Mary Kejick (nee Green) and David Kejick, Freda Redsky (nee Nash), Patty Landon; great uncle George Landon Sr.; grandparents, Bessie Landon and Clifford Kejick, Elizabeth and Arthur Michell, and Francis Kejick and Margaret Letander (nee Kejick); aunties Donna Landon, Breanna Landon, Phyllis Kejick; and uncles Denis Michell and Robert Michell. She leaves behind her beloved children Jason D. Smith-Landon, Asmodeus Smith-Landon and Tyrese D Whitford-Landon; her loving mother and father Melody (nee Landon) and Leonard Mitchell; grandparents Linda and Mohamid Issah; best friends Terra and Lerra Melon (traditionally adopted sisters); sister April Landon; brothers Nelson Landon and Kieron Mitchell; uncles Bert (Eleanor), Garnet (Cathy), and Dudley; aunties Gina, Allison and Michelle Sette, Linda Rouke (Douglas), Sandy Ednie, Madeline Severight, Marilyn Landon (Delbert), and Darlene Landon; nieces Emma and Chloe; nephew Romeo; and numerous cousins, too many to mention. Donia had many hobbies which included horseback riding, bike riding and shopping with her mom. She enjoyed driving around in the city with friends and on occasion would go driving on the highway so that she could go star gazing. She went every year to the Red River Ex and braved all the crazy rides. She was the top of her class in Road Island School. She loved being around her children and family. Donia was a very caring and loving person who was always there when needed. She loved to laugh and had an infectious smile that would brighten anyone’s day. Although very social and outgoing, she struggled with mental health. She will be remembered for her compassionate way in which she embraced all children. Due to COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings, services in the city will be private and invitations will be extended to individuals selected by the family.
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