In loving memory of Angeline Kimewon, age 97, of Wiikwemkoong, Ontario. Beloved wife of the late Wilfred Kimewon. Predeceased by siblings and siblings-in-law Sarah Wassegijig (Gus), David Mishibinjima (Victoria), Mary Smykalski (Duke) and Joe Mishibinjima (Lyda). Loving mother of Leonard Kimewon (predeceased)(wife Elizabeth) (Wiikwemkoong), Marjorie Kimewon (Wikwemikong), Beulah Mayes (Ottawa), Teresa Kimewon (predeceased), Howard Kimewon (Michigan), Elaine Kimewon (predeceased), Bonita M. Kaboni (predeceased), Eugene Kimewon (Wiikwemkoong), Danny Kimewon (friend Natalka)(Saugeen), Emily Kimewon (Toronto) and Wanda Kimewon (Wiikwemkoong). Special honorary mother to Brian Kimewon (friend Wanda) (Toronto), Shannon Kimewon (friend Terry) (Peterborough), Caldin Kimewon (friend Rachael) (Sudbury) and Shelley Kimewon. Doting grandma of Vivian McLeod, Blaine Kimewon (predeceased), Larry Kimewon, Marilyn Kimewon, Marlene Kimewon, Lisa Morris, Clint Morris, Rodney Morris, Lesley Kimewon, Randy Mayes, Trish Pheasant, Jason Kimewon, Amy Seim, Nicole Abitong, Ryan Spaniel, Denise Kimewon, John Kaboni, Leslie Kimewon, Darren Kimewon, Daniel Kimewon, Angeline Kimewon, Koby Kimewon, Keyanna Kimewon, Ira Kimewon, Stephanie Fox, Jimmy Joe Kimewon, Cody Kimewon, Keesha Kimewon and Wilfred Kimewon. Special great-grandma of Jordan, Eric, Collin, Gus, Zane, Hana, Pamela, Taylor, Carmen, Alexis, Isabella, Oscar, Christopher, Jackie, Joanna, Chase, Neegan, Ziggy, Summer, Sky, Julianna, Jenna, Brittany, Katrina, Tanner, Callista, Selena, Cameron, Lana, Joshua, Kobe, Kurtis, Rylie, Hawkea, Derrick, Oliver, Bret, Johnny (predeceased), Mathew, Ian, Rush, Savanah, Quintin, Rose, Gomez, Cooper, Jada, Olivia, Isaac, Emily, Donavan (predeceased), Clarissa, Eli, Rebecca, Willow, Ivy, Khoda and Amilia. Extraordinary great-great-grandma of Audrick, Raiden, Xavier, Lucas, Alexis, Sweetgrass, Delilah, Marcus and Silas. Exceptional guardian of many, forever treasured. She will be missed by her godchildren, the many children she helped raise, special nieces, nephews, great-nieces and nephews, great-great-nieces and nephews and all the others she took under her wing. Angeline was a good-natured person who eyes lit up when she saw her family and friends. She opened her home and heart up to everyone. She loved them unconditionally with her kindness, sense of humor and laughter. Although everyone did understand “the look” which meant to behave. She was an extremely hard worker all of her life even after she retired. She was very gifted and talented and would not take NO for an answer. She would always find a way to accomplish what she had set out to do. Angeline was a great cook and enjoyed baking for her family and friends. She spent time knitting socks and mittens for everyone, doing birch bark and making sweet grass turtles. One of the most precious gifts she gave to each member of the family was a handmade quilt just for them. Each new member of the family could be seen safely tucked into one of her quilts. She was a keeper of the language. She made sure everyone who she cared for received the teachings and now the teachings that were so very important to her can be carried now that she is on her spirit journey. Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, a private family visitation was held on Monday, June 8, 2020 at 600A Kaboni Road at 1 pm. A private graveside service was held on Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at 2 pm, Wikwemikong , Upper Cemetery.
Angels are like diamonds. They can’t be made; you have to find them. Each one is unique. Jaclyn Smith