Raelynn Hayward Johnson
Raelynn Hayward Johnson
Raelynn Hayward Johnson

Obituary of Raelynn Hayward Johnson

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Raelynn Michelle Hayward Johnson was taken from us suddenly on October 1st 2021.

Raelynn was born in March of 2000 to Karen Hayward and Gerald Johnson. She grew up in Chetwynd BC where she graduated from Peace Christian School then went on to live in Dawson Creek. Rae had a love for emergency services and joined the Pouce Coupe Fire department and South Peace Search and Rescue and was actively pursuing her paramedic licence. She harboured a deep love of animals and was constantly looking for a new pup to rescue or dreaming of owning enough land to keep a few horses.

She is survived by her mother, father, siblings Crystal (Ryan) Tobber, Jaclyn (Lee) Johnson, Lisa Johnson and Dustin (Sara) Johnson), Aunts and Uncles Murray (Darlene), Lori, Dean (Mandy), Stacy (Tara), nieces and nephews (Emily, Ethan, Evan, Lily, Olivia, Gavin and Reed), numerous cousins and Grandmother (Lil Kelly).

Predeceased by Grandfather Don Kelly died in May of 2021 and her Uncle Darryl in April of 2021.

A Celebration of Life for Realynn will be postponed (due to Covid). For friends so wishing, donations may be made to the SPCA, 11418 3rd Street, Dawson Creek, BC V1G 4L5, Canada, the Pouce Coupe Fire Department, 5012 49th Ave, Pouce Coupe, BC V0C 2C0, or to the South Peace Search and Rescue, 1639 99 Ave Dawson Creek BC.

Very Respectfully, Reynars Funeral Home & Crematorium

A Memorial Tree was planted for Raelynn
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Reynars Funeral Home & Crematorium
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