In Loving Memory


Devyn Elzabeth Benoit

Born in Sarnia, Ontario

May 16, 1992

Died in Ottawa, Ontario

November 7, 2020

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Devyn Elizabeth Benoit,


On Saturday November 7, 2020, entered the spirit world in Ottawa at her residence, at the age of 28. Devyn was the beloved daughter of Jacqueline   Benoit and the late Danny Wilson. Dear sister of Joshua Benoit-Wilson. Devyn will be remembered by her grand-parents Paulette McEachen & and the late Jacque Benoit, and Pat and Don Wilson. A Celebration of Devyn’s Life was held at McCormack Funeral Home. Cremation has taken place. Remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family online in “Devyn’s Guestbook” at    If desired,  donations to Shepherds of Good Hope, Ottawa, would be appreciated.



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Lakeview Cemetery

Sarnia, Ontario


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Linda Roland

Paulette, I am truly sorry for the loss of your beautiful granddaughter. My thoughts are with you and your family.

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Sandi Quesnel

Devyn was kind, smart, and funny. Her laugh will be missed. I am glad to have met such a beautiful soul.

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Jacqueline Benoit

To MyBeloved Devyn from Heaven. Devyn you were my ray of sunshine and now you are the sun itself. You are are close to me as my breath and always alive in my heart mind and soul. Rest in peace my precious angel. Your life mattered. Remember, you were and always will be a woman of dignity, value and self-worth. I love you yesterday tiday and through infinity and back!

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Devyn was such a bright, wonderful person. She had such a great sense of humour, and always had the coolest style... I must admit I had a crush on her for ages! Intelligent, beautiful, independent and strong. Simply a bright light in what is sometimes an all-too-dark world. She and I talked not that long ago while she was in Sarnia. As someone who has been in dark places before, I told her I would help her in any way I possibly could. Sadly, before I heard from her again, I found out she had passed away. Twisted up my insides and really broke me down. She deserved so much better. I hope society can start helping to fix this crisis. And personally, I will do anything I can to prevent another friend from meeting the same fate. If you are in a dark place or battling addiction, there is help available. You can make it out -- just reach out for help. Sending love to her family, AMR

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