Obituary of Cheyenne Christine Semchyshen
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It is with great sadness we announce the sudden passing of Cheyenne Christine Semchyshen at the age of 27 years old.
Predeceased by her father Kevin Kim Kaszas, grandmother Eleanor Semchyshen and Uncle Christopher Peter Semchyshen and grandparents.
Frank and Blanche Kaszas, Uncle Pat Kaszas and Gilbert Beaudry and her little best friend bikboy.
Survived by her mother Debra Chandara, (Erick Chandara) and grandparents, Peter Semchyshen, Crystal Semchyshen and her Auntie Sherri Tait, Uncle Michael Semchyshen and Peter Semchyshen Jr.
Brother Tyler Tait. Sisters Lea Kaszas, Brooke Kaszas and Desiree Tierra Destiny.
Auntie Belinda Baerwald (Curtis), God father Frank Kaszas, God mother Amber Leier Brass.
Cheyenne was born January 4th 1994 in Saskatoon, Sk. She was an excellent student, attended Bedford Road Collegiate, graduated in 2012 and obtained a sociology degree at the U of S and later became a Correctional Officer at Saskatoon Correctional Centre.
Cheyenne will always be remembered by her beautiful, infectious smile and contagious laugh that would easily light up any room. She was very talented and enjoyed being creative through crafting and painting. Cheyenne was an exceptionally strong woman, although she battled a heart condition, she never let it stop her from experiencing new places, people, and things. Her excitement for adventure (even Pokémon Go) was undeniable. She explored Mexico, Thailand, and The Philippines, and was not going to stop there. Christmas and Halloween were her favorite holidays, and she expressed that through her generosity and commitment to having the best costume at the party.
She had a deep love for animals and a passion to help those in need. Even after she passed, she was able to donate 6 of her organs. Cheyenne met many people throughout her life and made a long lasting impact with her welcoming and outgoing personality. She will be remembered for her one liners and quick witted jokes.
There will be a private family service at 1:00 pm Wednesday, May 26, 2021 at Westwood Funeral Chapel.
Forever in our hearts and always missed
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