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Tracey Paradis passed away on Wednesday, March 13, 2024, in Ottawa at the age of 50. Loving wife of Jonathan for 18 years and the caring and supportive mother of Sophia and Jack.

Predeceased by her father John Alfred Mayhew, father-in-law Roger Paradis and sister-in-law Louise Lancione. Survived by her adoring mother Michelle Mayhew, devoted step-dad Jean Ouellette and precious mother-in-law Linda Paradis, cherished brother John Mayhew, brothers-in-law Bradley (Heather) and Eliseo Lancione. Nurturing aunt of Nicholas (Haley), Sydney (Tony Koon), Lucas, Lauren, and Michael. She will also be missed by her aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family, and many friends.

A celebration of life will be held at the Heritage Funeral Complex, 1250 Trim Road Orleans, Ontario on Saturday, March 23, 2024.Visitation begins at 1 pm followed by a memorial service at 2 pm with reception to follow. Donations to the Huntington Society of Canada would be greatly appreciated by the family. The Funeral Ceremony will be live streamed for those who cannot attend:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZVaAv3_Vuc


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Jon, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. 50 is way too young to be gone. I hope that family and memories full of love comfort you at this time.

Fond memories of Tracey here in England 🇬🇧. Thinking of you all with prayers 🙏 and thoughts. 50 is much too young to go. Take care of each other at this time, and we hope your loving memories give you much comfort. ❤️ Lots of Love
Sarah & Lesley Vaughan xx

Condolences and prayers to all family and friends, on Tracey’s passing. Another Angel left too soon. May the beautiful memories she shared with you bring comfort in the days ahead. I hold many dear memories of babysitting her as a child. Many heartfelt hugs from my mom and me to Mickey and John.
Love Debbie Benoit and Judy Nicholson

My deepest condolences to the family. This is hard to navigate when one is gone. Sending prayers for strength

My sincerest condolences to you Jon, your beautiful children and the entire family. I’m truly heartbroken by her loss.
I met Tracey in 1992 in Lake Louise, we instantly became amazing friends. I have so many memories and pictures of her and I together. She was that one amazing friend along my life’s greatest adventure in Lake Louise that I will never forget, I will cherish the memories always.

Heather Staudt
From Windsor, ON

Jon,, Jack, Sophia and family,
I am deeply saddened to hear about the loss of your wife and mom.
May your memories of Tracey bring you comfort and strength in the days ahead. My thoughts are with you all.

Sending heartfelt condolences to Tracey’s family and friends. I’m grateful to have met Tracey in Lake Louise and will cherish the memories. She was so much fun! Here for a good time, not a long time. RIP Tracey

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Sending my condolences to the whole family. John is a great friend and baseball teammate. He was devastated when he learned the tragic news. His sister occupies a big piece of his heart and always will.

Mikki I was so sorry to hear of Tracy’s passing. Please accept my deepest condolences and know that I am praying for you and your family as you navigate this terribly difficult time.

Dear Jonathan Sophia and Jack. Our deepest condolence, we are so sorry for your loss. I only met Tracey a few times but l could tell that she was a kind, beautiful women. Please draw comfort knowing that Jehovah is close to the broken hearted Ps 34:18.

Jon, Sophia ,Jack and family,

Losing a mother is one of the deepest sorrows a heart can know, but her goodness, caring, and wisdom live on as her legacy. Her everlasting love will always be with you. May the love and support of others surround you now and bring you peace. Sending our love, Paola & Domenic

We are deeply saddened to hear of the loss of our beloved niece/cousin Tracey. With deepest condolences to all our overseas family at this very sad and heartbreaking time. We hold treasured memories of our time together growing up here in England. Sending our thoughts and love to you all. 💞

Jon, Jack, Sophia and family we are so deeply saddened to hear of your loss. We are thinking of you all during these difficult times. Our sincere condolences.

Such a beautiful lady, inside and out. I’m across the pond but thinking of you and sending everyone my love. Thank you for being the coolest Auntie on our holiday, I had so much fun and looked up to you adoringly. I’ll miss you, and think of you often, my lovely, Auntie Tracey 💜
Thinking of you all xxx

Dear Jonathan, Sophia, Jack, Michelle and Jean, We are so very saddened to hear of Tracy’s passing. Tracy was a very large part of our family life, she and our daughter Janis were inseparable, she ate with us, slept over and sometimes vacationed with us. We loved her and cherish the memories we have. She had a beautiful personality, we will miss her. ❤️

To Jon, Sophia , Jack and her family,
The service was touching and uplifting and so like Tracey. Thank for giving us the privilege of participating remotely.
Barry and Libby Fitzgerald

I was very saddened by the news of Tracy’s passing and send my condolences to her family and her many friends

I was deeply saddened to hear that Tracey had passed. I am thankful she is not suffering. I am really thankful to have known Tracey growing up. I remember when she was the « new kid » at our elementary school, and I will always remember her indomitable spirit, and her spirit of play – even on that very first day she was introduced at school. In those now remote halcyon days of the 1980’s when everything was discovery, music, school, bikes, friends, and the summers were long and free, Tracey was everyone’s friend, and was loved by all. One of her great friendships was to Pippa – I think her first friend when her family arrived from Canada. The two names, « Tracey-And-Pippa » formed a sort of famous compound noun in our circle that still comes to mind when I recall growing up in Westwood. Life is so precious, time so valuable. I thank God for the blessing of time any of us got with Tracey.

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