Shannon Ellis obituary, Death – On January 16, 2023, everything that had been keeping my family together since we were younger came to an abrupt and inescapable conclusion. My family was no longer able to function as a unit. We were unable to converse with one another or see one another after our connection was severed. The news that my mother, Shannon Kuzik-Ellis, had died away not too long ago came as a complete and utter surprise to me. After staying for a while in Edmonton, I was able to make the trip to Kamloops, which is reasonably close, in a short amount of time to visit my relatives there. The distance between Edmonton and Kamloops is not that great. I would like to take this opportunity to convey my appreciation to each and every person who played a role in assisting it in materializing into a reality.
This investigation is continuing, and we are working on it on a day-to-day basis as new evidence becomes available. The investigation is being conducted by us. My sister Jennifer and I are appreciative of every phone contact, text message, and in-person visit that we have received in the past and will continue to receive in the future. We also look forward to continuing to receive this kind of interaction in the future. In addition, we are grateful for each upcoming phone call, text message, and visit in person, and we look forward to hearing from and interacting with you. In addition, we are excited about the prospect of continuing to get them through the mail. Without the support and affection of our friends and family, we do not believe that we would have been able to make it through this difficult period. For that, we will be eternally thankful.
We want to thank each and every one of you from the bottom of our hearts for everything you’ve done, and we hope you’ll accept our sincere thanks. When a person is a child and spends their formative years surrounded by a large number of people who love them, it is much simpler to get through difficult times such as these when they are a child.