Carver Albert-Antone
Carver Albert-Antone

Obituary of Carver Reid Albert-Antone

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Creator called home a little warrior, his brave heart and kind spirit were needed in spirit world, we can see why. 

From the day he was born Carver was a true warrior.  With courage and strength, he showed us what bravery looks like, all done in the shortest of time here on earth. 

Carver Reid Albert-Antone of Chippewa and Oneida Nation of the Thames at the tender age of 3 months suddenly at his home in Kitchener on Thursday November 25, 2021.  Beloved son of Conrad Antone and Chelsea Albert, and brother of Cadence.  Lovingly remembered by grandparents, Joanie & Rick Antone, Jacqueline French & Vaughan Albert, and great-grandparents Jonas Hadden, Melanie Hutchinson & Papa Hutch.  Carver will be greatly missed by aunts, Elly (Maty), Cecily, and uncles Danny, Harley (Stephanie), Vaughan aka Son, and Preston (Beth); as well as cousins, Asiniy, Yehati, Ronan, Reese, Kane and Cam, and many other cousins.  He will also be dearly missed by great-great aunts and uncles, and extended family. 

Carver, your love and determination will be an example we will remember and be strengthened by every day for the rest of our lives.  It is this medicine we’ll carry deep in our hearts forever, G’Zaagin, Kunolukhwa Carver ba.

Family will receive friends at the Elliott-Madill Funeral Home on Saturday, December 4th, 2021 from 11 am to 1 pm where a private family Celebration of Carver’s Life will commence at 1 pm. 

A Memorial Tree was planted for Carver
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Elliott-Madill Funeral Home Ltd.
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Carver Albert-Antone

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Carver Albert-Antone

2021 - 2021

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