Aoife Snook

Obituary of Aoife Snook

 It is with deep sorrow and heavy hearts that we announce that Aoife Snook passed away peacefully at the age of 48 after a long battle with leukemia with her loving husband and daughter by her side. Cherished wife to Ross and loving mother to Aisling, predeceased by her loving father Edward Medlar, survived by her loving mother Monica Medlar, sister Orla Geraghty (Thady), brother Ciaran Medlar (Adrienne), father in law Michael Snook and mother in law Grace Snook, brother-in-law Michael Snook (Ginette), nieces Deirbhle Geraghty, Sadhbh Medlar, nephews Conor Medlar, Fionn Medlar, Ruairi Geraghty, Michael Snook, Matthew Snook, aunts Pat Ward, Marie Dolan and numerous cousins and friends.


 Aoife was born and grew up in Dublin Ireland, and moved to Canada when she was 19 for "one year". However, she fell in love with Ottawa and carved out a wonderful life here. Her love of children was amazing, leading her to work in childcare her whole life. Kids automatically gravitated to her, and she loved each and everyone of them. She was a huge part of the darting community, and will be sorely missed by everyone. 


The family would like to thank all the doctors, nurses and staff of the hematology department at the Ottawa Hospital General Campus for all their hard work, compassion and kindness over the last year, she loved you all.


A Private Funeral Service will be held at Cole Funeral Services & Pinecrest Remembrance, 2500 Baseline Road, Ottawa on will be held on Sunday, September 12th, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.


Unfortunately due to Covid restrictions, in person attendance will be by invitation only. Due to the large number of friends and family that cannot be in attendance, anyone wishing to attend the service virtually can view the Funeral Service HERE.


In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada (LLSC)


You left us too soon, but we are all lucky to have had someone in our lives that is so hard to say goodbye to. Rest In Peace and know that you will live on in our hearts and memories. 

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