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Stella May Guadeloupe
December 23, 1946 - June 19, 2022
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<div itemprop="description">Stella May Guadeloupe <br> <br>Sunrise December 23, 1946 <br> <br>Sunset June 19, 2022 <br> <br> It is with heavy hearts we announce Stella’s passing. She was surrounded by her family at CHSLD Lachine and passed on peacefully. Mourning her passing are her immediate and extended family, friends and students. She was preceded in death by her mother and father Joseph and Iris Guadeloupe and her brothers James and Francis and two nephews Mokie and Dwayne. Stella was the former partner of Anthony Chilcott with whom she shared 3 children. She is survived by her golden sons Kurt Chilcott, who currently resides in Trinidad. Her beloved Tremayne Chilcott and her devoted daughter, Kerema Chilcott. A cherished grandmother to Devin, Kadeem, Shaniqua, Tristan, Haley, Khalil, Faith, Alyssa, Malachi, Keshon, Celeiah, Evan, Dontae and Eva. Also a Great-grandmother of two. Caring sister to Joyce, Verna, Yvonne, Francois, Hilary, Lennard, Kathleen and Hensley. An adored cousin to many, and an esteemed Aunt to over 40 nieces and nephews in Trinidad, as well as Temisha, O’daniel and Rayquan in the United States and Niki, Eva, Elsa, Sheldon and Davianne, in Montreal. Devoted best friend to June, Bertyln, Eva, and Marva. Stella touched the lives forever of Cheryl, Darlene, Jessica and Andre and all of her former students, especially Charlotte and Jaziele. <br> <br> Stella was born in Trinidad and immigrated to Canada at the age of 25. Although she began as a housekeeper for the labell family, at the age of 35 Stella graduated from Concordia University with a B.S. in Psychology. She then worked as an Educator for Batshaw Youth and Family Services for over 25 years and managed a group home for clients with mental health conditions.Stella also administrated the Step Program at Wager and Marymount High Schools. Stella loved her career,loved reading and had a deep love for traveling. Stella was greatly loved by all who knew her, she was the strongest woman we knew, she will be deeply missed by all and will forever be in our hearts. <br> <br>May she Rest In Peace</div>