Adeline Marie Hallett
Adeline Marie Hallett (October 18th, 2014 - May 9th, 2019) daughter of Jason Hallett and Amanda Farquharson was loved so much. Adeline had a beautiful, warm and determined spirit, that truly brightened the lives of those around her. She had a big heart of gold and loved her mama, daddy, baby brother Blake, dog Zoey and cat Katie. She loved spending time with her family and friends and always looked forward to every opportunity to play with her cousins. She enjoyed going to her grandparents cottages in the summer, hiking, sliding and playing in the park at home. She loved playing dress-up, wearing her fairy wings and having dance parties in the kitchen with her Mama and Daddy.
Adeline loved attending preschool at the Fredericton Early Learning Centre and playing with her classmates, or "my kids" as Adeline called them. Summer or winter Adeline loved spending time in the outdoors finding treasures, ladybugs, butterflies or frogs. She cherished any opportunity, to collect rocks, shells and other interesting items while spending time with mama, daddy and Blake. She also enjoyed playing soccer through the FDSA and cross-country skiing with Wostawea.
In addition to her parents, Adeline is survived by her younger brother Blake; paternal grandparents Jim Hallett and Bonny Hoyt-Hallett; maternal grandparents Scott Farquharson and Charlene Pyne, paternal uncle Jeff Hoyt, aunt Danielle Hogan, cousins Mikaya and Tate Hoyt-Hogan, uncle Jon Hoyt-Hallett, aunt Jill Hoyt-Hallett, cousins Jenna and Alex Hoyt-Hallett. Maternal uncle Derrick Farquharson, cousins Henry and Ivy Farquharson and their mother Leighanna Gillespie, aunt Danielle Pyne, great grandmother Bertha Farquharson, as well as numerous great aunts, great uncles, cousins and other friends who loved Adeline very much. Adeline was predeceased by her maternal grandmother Betty Farquharson.
A Celebration of Life for Adeline will be held at the Grace Memorial Baptist Church on Connaught Street in Fredericton on Thursday May 16th at 2:00pm with an informal gathering to follow. In celebration of Adeline’s beautiful and colourful spirit, please come dressed in celebratory colours. Adeline loved bright colours, especially pinks and purples.
The family would like to sincerely thank the staff who cared for Adeline at AdventHealth for Children Orlando, Toronto SickKids and Dr Everett Chalmers Hospital for their expertise, compassion and support.
In lieu of flowers, for those who wish, donations can be made in Adeline’s memory to the NORSE Institute (a New Onset Refractory Status Epilepticus and Febrile Infection- Related Epilepsy Syndrome research organization) or to the Ronald McDonald House Charities Canada.
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Thursday, May 16, 2019
Celebration of Life at Grace Memorial Baptist Church on Connaught Street
NORSE Institute or to the Ronald McDonald House Charities Canada