It is with deep sorrow that we announce the sudden passing of Chelsea Elliott, on Sunday, April 26, 2020, at the age of 31. Surviving to mourn the loss, parents Shane & Noblee Elliott, sister Jennine (Travis, Jase & Jessa) Campbell, grandmother Elaine Elliott, as well as numerous relatives and friends. Predeceased by grandparents Albert (Lorna) Moman, Arthur Elliott & Cousin Brendan.
Chelsea was a fun loving, free spirit with a smile that would light up a room and an infectious laugh. She was a very independent person with a strong will and the determination to achieve anything she set her mind too. If you told her she couldn't do something she would do it just to prove you wrong. She grew up spending many hours and days with friends and family as she was a social butterfly. She loved being outside and could be found walking, biking and skating in her hometown.
As she grew older her zest for adventure only grew, her job with Valard provided her with some of the most beautiful scenic views around. On her days off work she would travel to other provinces to visit friends or just to get some rest and relaxation in. Her favorite place to recharge was in Steep Rock at the family cabin. She would spend as much time as she could there and love to share the experience with friends.
She always found time to spend with family, whether it be shopping with her mom, helping dad with projects, or spending time with her sisters’ family and spoiling Jase and Jessa to the fullest out of pure love and pride. She held a special place in her heart for her cousin Renee, they grew up like sisters and even though time passed their relationship never faltered. She loved and treated Renee's kids like they were her nieces. She gained many friends over the years some who have come and gone but they were a part of her life and who she became today. Growing up she had many pets in her life and would reminisce often about those that were no longer with her, she had a love for all animals especially if they appeared to be a stray.
A Celebration of Life will be planned for a later date.
A special thank you to first responders, family, friends and our wonderful community.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in memory of Chelsea to the Winnipeg Humane Society.