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MAILLOUX, Brynlea Alyx
5 years old. The world lost a beautiful miracle. Brynlea flew home to become an Angel, suddenly on May 24, 2012 at Windsor Regional Hospital-Met Campus. Adored daughter to Michael and Kristy (nee Burke). Loving sister to her best friend and little brother Keltan, her late baby brothers Everett (2008) and Leyland (2009). Cherished granddaughter to Marc and Lorraine Mailloux. Precious niece to Paul and Rhonda Martin and Nicole Mailloux and Sylvain Arsenault. Sweet cousin to Reid and Jaime Martin and Angelie and Dominique Arsenault. Brynlea loved life to the fullest and didn't look at being sick as something to hold her back. It didn't define her, instead she wrote her own story. One of love, laughter, joy and dreams. She was fierce and determined, brave and strong and she is a hero to many. We would like to thank all of the Doctors, Nurses, Child Life Staff and everyone who has been involved in Bryn's care on the 3rd floor at Met Hospital. Without all of you and your personal love for our daughter over the years, this journey would have been much more difficult. Thank you for your wonderful send off for our Precious Peanut, it was perfect. A heartfelt thank you to Dr. Lenna Morgan, "Dr. Morning", for all of your unending devotion, love and support, not only for our family but most importantly Brynlea. She adored you. Brynlea wouldn't have come as far as she did if it wasn't for you, and for that we are forever grateful. Brynlea is deeply loved and will be deeply missed. We love you to the moooon and back, Peanut!! In honour of Peanut, please do not wear dark coloured clothing, but instead wear the colours she loved, pinks, purples and other bright colours. Visitation will take place at the
Marcotte Funeral Home,
12105 Tecumseh Road East,
on Sunday, May 27, 2012 from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Friends are asked to meet at St. Simon St. Jude Catholic Church on Monday, May 28, 2012 for Mass of Christian Burial at 1:30 p.m. Interment to follow at St. Simon St. Jude Cemetery. If you desire, donations to the Child Life Department through Met Hospital would be greatly appreciated. Online condolences may be left at


Published in The Windsor Star on May 26, 2012