Chelsea Laine Guy (Nee Stewart)

April 24, 2018 11 Condolences Print Obituary

July 31, 1987 – April 12, 2018

The brightest of lights is now gone, but will never be forgotten by all that knew and loved her.

We speak your name with love and pride. We smile with tears we cannot hide. We thank you for the years we shared, the LOVE you gave, the way you cared.

Chelsea Laine passed away after a valiant & courageous fight with cancer on April 12, 2018 at the age of 30.

Chelsea is survived by and will be forever loved by her husband, Kyle Guy; sons Kash, Kase & Baby Karr.

She will be eternally missed by her parents, Shelly Stewart & Don Martin, brother Kolby Martin, maternal grandmother Sheila Klym “Nanny”, Laurie McNalley “Auntie”, as well as her in-laws Brenda & Leonard Guy & their families, many aunties, cousins and the numerous friends that she considered her family.

Chelsea was predeceased by her maternal grandfather Melvin Klym her “Poppa” who was waiting for her with open and loving arms.

We will always remember and never forget Chelsea, the girl who was beautiful both inside and out, with that infectious smile and truly generous soul.

Please join us to Celebrate Chelsea’s life, Saturday May 26 th Northmount Hall 9208-140 Avenue, Edmonton, AB., @ 3.30pm

Rest peacefully Chelsea, we will miss you forever

  1. Chelsea was so special to us. Our love goes out to her family and Kyle and boys. Will never be forgotten. Love you Chelsea RIP xoxo

  2. Chelsea was so strong throughout her battle with that horrible Cancer. It was the saddest day ever when that beautiful girl past away leaving her 2 year old twin boys Kash & Kase and her month old baby boy Karr.
    As well as all of her loved ones.
    She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.
    She is the shining star ? above.
    R.I.P beautiful Chelsea

  3. You will be missed always and forever Chelsea

  4. OMG Shelley and Don! Spencer just told me tonight and I am so heart broken for you all! My heartfelt condolences and I am so sad that such a bright light was taken too soon. Love and prayers to you all. This must be devastating to you all. Hugs, XO Sharon Osmond

  5. Missing you so much Chelsea,
    You have been such an amazing strong loving woman to all who knew you and Will forever be loved by many. You have shown a great deal of compassion and kindness throughout all the years I have know you and I’m so happy to have had the pleasure of sharing many memories with you. You will always be remembered by us forever ❤️Love Taryn, Tom & drina

  6. I had only met Chelsea a couple of years ago, but every time we saw each other after at family and friends gathering, it was like I knew her for years. Chelsea was always very friendly and welcoming. Her beautiful smile would light up any room, and her devotion to her boys was undeniable.
    Chelsea will be missed so much by family, friends and yes even aquaintences. RIP

  7. Shelley and family, I send my sympathy to you for the loss of Chelsea. I remember a beautiful little tyke so full of energy when I lived in Edmonton. Although I can’t imagine the heartbreak that you are going through, I know that she will live on through her children and in your hearts May God bring you comfort.

  8. Shelly and Don, hard to know what to say but on behalf of all Shelly’s friends and supporters at work who have known you and your family for so many years our deepest condolences. The picture and message in the obituary says in all. Many of us were fortunate enough to have met Chelsea over the years and we know she was a very bright, happy and beautiful young lady who made the most of her time. You know we will always be here for you.

  9. We are so terribly sorry for your loss Shelley and family. Such a very sad time for you all. You are all in our thoughts.

  10. Shelly, Don,Kyle & Family –
    My deepest condolences on your heartbreaking loss.
    Please know that I am thinking of you all at this incredibly devastating and difficult time.
    Much love to you all.?

  11. Dear Shelley and Family, and Laurie, We are so very very sorry to hear of your loss. She has gone way too soon. I always remember, she was born on Black Friday. I also think of the time Laurie & I took Chelsea and my son to West Edmonton Mall to play. They were only around 3 or 4 years old. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Be strong. Love Judy & Gary Scovill.

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