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BLINN, Carrie Alison Helen

Carrie Alison Helen Blinn 1964-2018 – Died peacefully in hospital on January 2, 2018 in her 54th year after a long battle with cancer. Predeceased by her parents Alice and Freddy Brown and her sister, Sandy (Palmer Whalen). Survived by her sisters Candy (Peter Kroeger)and Laurie (Denis Banville) and brother Jeff Brown.  Beloved Mother of Jeff Sousa (Natalie DeVidi), Alex Ouellet (Isobel Smith), and Grace Blinn. Special niece of Maryann and Ron Lane. Will be sadly missed by many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. A celebration of her life will be held Monday, January 8, 2018 at 7:00 pm followed by a short reception at First Memorial Funeral Services, 259 St Patrick St, Ottawa, ON 613-860-2424.

7 responses to “BLINN, Carrie Alison Helen”

  1. Lynn Miskelly says:

    My deepest sympathies to Candace and Peter Kroeger and Carrie’s family. May Carrie rest in peace.

  2. Susan Duke says:

    I am so sorry to hear of Carrie’s passing. She was a good friend and a great listener. She had a big heart and loved with a sincere heart. My sympathies to Carrie’s family, especially to her children and her sister that cared for Carrie when she had her accident several years ago and stayed by her side while in hospital. She told me many times how grateful she was for this help. I will miss Carrie terribly as will many, many others.

  3. Annie Hope Rayman says:

    I wish i could have met Carrie, i knew her through FB for many years, she was such a wonderful person, i will miss you so much my friend

  4. Renee says:

    Forever remembered and loved. 🌈💗💗💗💗💗🔅 Thank you for always being there for me Ms. Forever-beautiful Carrie. You will be so very missed …..
    I love you Hon. Biggest Hugs. My sadness is intense per your passing! But I do feel your spirit, love, and peace….💝

  5. Rod Humphrey says:

    To Carrie’s family-my deepest condolences. She was truly a unique individual that brought the best out in many of our lives. Carrie always lived in the moment and was always so optimistic. Carrie was a very special friend. She loved her Montreal Habs and the Blue Jays. She is watching over all of us now, no doubt and would tell us live every day to it’s fullest. I will miss her very dearly.

  6. Roger Beane says:

    Carrie and I have been friends since the ole CBS Survivor message boards. We chatted often into the wee hours of the morning. An amazing thoughtful person with a caring soul, and most of all a loved friend. Life will be harder without Carrie in it, but her being in peace warms my heart. Bless all of her family she will live forever in my heart.💓

  7. Kate Male says:

    To Carrie’s family – I offer my deepest sympathies. I am saddened by her loss, however I treasure the many happy memories of the fun and silly conversations that we shared on Facebook from random guinea pig related stories, to wobbly jelly and Yorkshire tea! I do miss her and although I never had the privilege to meet Carrie in person her positive attitude and love radiated. I wish you peace and healing in this difficult time and may God Bless you.
    ♥♥ / \ ˚. ★ *˛ ˚♥* ✰。˚ ˚ღ。* ˛˚ ♥ 。✰˚* ˚ ★ღ ˚ 。✰ •* ˚ ♥

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