KAYE (Stonechild) — Victoria Ann Our beloved Mother, Daughter, Sister and Auntie has gone home to be with our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ on February 12, 2012 at the age of 28. “Vicky” was born on May 23, 1983 in Regina, SK. Vicky was predeceased by Mushum Jonas and Kokum Theresa Starblanket; her Maternal Grandparents, King and Dorothy Kequahtooway; her Paternal Grandparents, Bell and James Stonechild; her father, Dennis Stonechild Sr.; her nephews, Eldon and Lance, and other family members. Vicky is survived by her three daughters, Kearra Cassi Kaye-Shingoose, Kalyssa J’Lynn Kaye, and Khloe Hanna Kaye; her parents, Dion and Geraldine Starblanket, her companion, Jason Hedstrom; her sisters, Karleen Stonechild of Alberta, Angela Stonechild of Regina, Lisa Stonechild of Saskatoon, Tanya (Gabriel) Wapass of Saskatoon, Laura Kaye of Saskatoon, Chicky (Bear) Bull Chief of Montana, Joaney Starblanket of Yorkton; her Brothers. Trevor Stonechild of Ontario, Sonny Stonechild of Saskatoon, Harley Kaye of Regina, Alex Kaye of Lebret, and Aaron Kaye of Regina and also NUMEROUS Aunts, Uncles, Nieces, Nephews, Cousins, and Friends. Vicky spent her childhood in Saskatoon, most of her adult life in Yorkton and Regina. She loved God and recently came to accept Jesus as her personal Lord and Saviour. Words cannot express the love she had for her daughters. She wanted the very best for them. She would do any and everything for them. She expressed her love for her girls every day, not only for her girls but for her entire family. Vicky was always a family oriented woman and her greetings were also warm with hugs, kisses and “I Love You’s”. Vicky always seemed to have a special place in her heart for her nieces and nephews, and would take them as her own. She had the courage and strength to conquer and overcome the various obstacles she faced. Always being joyful, laughing and full of life. Vicky lit up any room she walked into. Holding no grudges, forgiving, and putting others before herself. She would go above and beyond when people needed help. She had a unique sense of humor, she was outgoing, strong willed and charismatic. Some of Vicky’s favourite past times were listening to music and being with loved ones. Vicky always tried to find the perfect mud to eat and she did find it. The wake commenced on Thursday, February 16, 2012 from the Yorkton Friendship Centre in Yorkton, SK. The Funeral Service was also held at the Friendship Centre on Friday, February 17, 2012. The interment followed in the Peepeekisis United Church Cemetery on the Peepeekisis First Nation near Balcarres, SK with Anthony Kaye, Austin Stonechild, Kenny Stonechild, Sheldon Stonechild, Dean Kaye and Bear Bull Chief serving as casket bearers. Friends so wishing may forward their condolences to the family by visiting www.christiesfuneralhome.com Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Christie’s Funeral Home & Crematorium, Yorkton, Saskatchewan.