Obituary of Destiny Angelina Rennie
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RENNIE, Destiny Angelina – age 22, passed away on August 6th, 2023.
My beautiful baby girl. Destiny Angelina Rennie. 11:48 am May 11th, 2001-4:33pm August 6th, 2023.
My whole life changed when I became your mother. It’s a love that cannot be described until it is felt.
I remember the day I found out I was pregnant, the day I brought you home, your first words, first steps, first day of school. We are beyond proud of the young lady you were becoming. You were the most genuine person I’ve ever loved. Your soul was remarkable, and you’ve always been incredibly full of life. You were life. You were our life. Someone once told me that you hurt so badly because you love so hard. Truer words were never spoken. A mother’s love is immeasurable, you may not have known it yet, but you were my best friend.
You had the ability to look at me and know what I was thinking, the instant our eyes meet when something was said out of context, our thoughts instantly connected. That is a unique bond that you and I had, and that was so special to me. You were the most talented, creative person I know. The brightest imagination that I’ve ever had the pleasure of witnessing and I can just imagine what was in store for you. Your plans for your future were so exciting and I’m so sad that was taken from you so soon. You always pondered on your path but your talent for makeup was the way your heart was leading you. You had the ability to take a thought in your mind and make it come alive. You were so incredibly smart. You always self-taught yourself anything that sparked your interest. You were good at everything you did. Whether it was makeup, painting, cooking, fishing on the boat with your dad, roofing with Geoff or helping Uncle Billy. I was your biggest fan. Always watching from the sidelines while you paved your way in this world. I knew people loved you, but I see now just how far your loving spirit reached. You were a hero to your siblings, and they all loved you so, so much. You had the biggest soft spot for your animals and could never have too many to love. Your friends were always a huge part of your life. You loved people dearly. Always putting everyone before yourself. You were that person to hold a door or offer help when needed. You were so pure. I see now you were too beautiful for earth; you were one of a kind. I love you to the moon and back Destiny.
Destiny is survived by her Mother, Dana Rennie (Geoff Walford); Nanny, Cindy Rennie; Grampy, Alan Rennie; Uncle, Will Allen; Sisters, Mekhia Walford, Maisie Walford, Mataya Walford, Mailey Walford; Father, Timothy Allen Toney (Teesa Laverne Syliboy); Sisters, Hazel-Grace Marie Toney, Santu Ansale'wit Toney, Aaliyah, Nevaeh Alice Syliboy; Brothers, Triton Nathaniel Toney, Calvin Luke Butler; Aunts, Keshia Weagle, Jenna Slauenwhite, Sadie Slauenwhite; Uncles, Parker slauenwhite, Eric slauenwhite, Brian Toney, Joseph Toney, John Paul Jones, Doran Corkum, Michael Hofmann; Grandmother, Valerie Toney; Special grammy's, Gudd syliboy
and G-ma- iris Hofmann.
Destiny was predeceased by her baby sister, Myla Walford.
Visitation will take place at 4pm Friday August 11th, 2023 at her father’s home at 444 Hollywood Drive, Indian Brook. Until time of Traditional Funeral Service at 2pm Monday, August 14th, 2023 at the Sipekne'katik Arbour (weather permitting). Cremation is to follow.
Tributes, words of comfort and memories of Destiny may be shared with the family at www.ettingerfuneralhome.com