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Tristan Esquega-Kelly

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The Creator granted Tristan Aaron Lee Esquega-Kelly angels wings. He passed away peacefully in his mother's arms and surrounded by loving familiar faces on Saturday December 2, 2017.  He had fought a long courageous battle with several medical complications related to Cerebral Palsy.  Tristan was born prematurely on July 17th 2008. He proved to the world that he had the determination to face every challenge the world gave him. He loved socializing and always won the hearts of everyone he met. He enjoyed Super Mario cart 8 or any game relating, he always managed to turn a beginner gamer into an expert within 2-3 days. His playful feisty and flirty personality always captured and often surprised his medical teams, teachers, caregivers and even strangers we met during our outings. He will be missed by all of us.

He is survived by His mother Gloria Esquega, his father Aaron Kelly, his sister Cinnamon Kelly, his Brothers Jordan Esquega (Genelle), Brandon Esquega, and Talon Kelly, his 2 loving nieces Cedar Meeseetawgesic and Saedey-Lynn Cheesequay-Esquega.

His grand mother's Myria Esquega and Cecilia Kelly His Papa (Sioux) Laverne Fenton.

Many aunt's uncle's and other relatives too numerous to name. Predeceased by his grandfather Roderick Kelly, uncle Gene Esquega and his Nephew DeShawn Ramon Esquega.  I would like to thank Dr. Theresa Bruni and the Pediatric team at TBRHSC and all the caring loving nurses of 1B peds and peds out patient. Dr. Miller and the Palliative care team As well as London's Children's hospital Lisa Pearlman, Dr. Simon Levin, and the peds nursing staff on 6B 200 and 6B 100. A celebration of his life will be held on Tuesday December 5th 2017 at 7:00pm at Blake Funeral Chapel on south May St.  Funeral will be held on Wednesday December 6th 2017 at 11:00am with cremation to be followed and internment at Immaculate conception cemetery on the Fort William First Nation at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations to the Cerebral Palsy Foundation would be greatly appreciated.