Elliott Orson Paul Aube

April 26, 2016 42 Condolences Print Obituary

It is with great sadness and heavy heart that we announce the passing of Elliott Aube on Thursday, April 21, 2016.

Left to cherish his memory are wife Amanda, son Hayden, daughter Payton, father Aaron, mother Linda, brother Todd (Nicolle), father and mother in-law John and Lorraine, sister and brother in-laws Jessica, Joshua and Ethan, nephew Nicolas, nieces Emma and Scarlett along with many close and extended family and friends.

Elliott was a devoted husband and father to his two children which where his greatest accomplishments. Elliott enjoyed the simple things that life had to offer which included Snowmobiling, Fishing, Golfing and most of all spending quality time with his kids, family and friends.

Elliott was a veteran with 22 years of service in the Canadian forces. He retired in 2010 and moved on to continue his career in facility maintenance for the past 6 years. He was a devoted and passionate employee well liked amongst his peers and anyone that came across his path.

A celebration of his life will be held on Saturday, April 30, 2016 (13:00) at the Warrant Officers/Sergeants Mess-Elhorn Room (210 Ortona Road, Lancaster Park).

In lieu of gifts or flowers donations to the PTSD Association of Canada would be greatly appreciated by the family.

 

  1. You were a great role model on my first tour in Bosnia. Never forget you making fun of my Fantasy books. Rest in peace.

  2. Well I would like to say how very sorry i’am for the your loss. He was always a great person who was always funny and happy. Great soldier and man. He will always be remembered peace brother!

  3. My deepest sympathies Elliott was a terriffic friend from a very young age I have lots of memories and although we may not of seen each other often he was one friend I always wondered how is he doing he will always be remembered and never forgotten rest in peace Elliott this is for all your family he was one terrific friend

  4. The fishing and sledding with you and Roddy I will forever cherish. You are a gem gonna miss you man.

  5. Elliott, you were the best employee at Fort Saskatchewan Correctional Centre. Your SNC family will miss you a lot. My sincere condolence to his family and friends. Rest in peace.

  6. Heartfelt condolences to you and your family Todd and Nicolle. Prayers of comfort during this difficult time, rest in peace Elliott . Mike, Michelle, Amanda and Andrew Lewis

  7. Sorry for loss…….thinking of you guys.

  8. My deepest condolences Amanda to you and your family. Elliot was a great soldier always leading by example. He will be sorely missed by all that had the privilege of knowing him. Having Elliot as a room mate for 6 months you really learn how special of a man he was. Our thought and prayers are with you. Glen and Lisa

  9. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Elliott. Battleschool was awhole lot funnier with you there. You will be missed.

  10. Amanda and Family,

    We as a family share in your sorrow. We are deeply saddened that someone who truly enriched everyones lives ended so suddenly.
    We will miss his smile, sense of humor and compassion for others.
    Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.

    Tim, Robyn and Family

  11. My condolences to the family. I have never met Elliot in person, but my sisters spoke highly of him.

  12. Amanda, You and the family are in our thoughts and prayers. May God continue to give you strength during this very emotional and stressful time. <3

  13. I am so sorry for your loss. I was incredibly good friends with Elliot back in his early army days, and even though we lost contact over the years, I still consider him one of me closest friends. He was a good man, and I loved his boisterous laugh when he found something really funny.

  14. Sending our deepest condolences to family and friends. Thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time. Rest in peace.

  15. So heartbreaking!
    Not Gone, but Gone Ahead…..
    From My Heart to Yours,
    Karen

  16. Amanda, Payton, Hayden…..my prayers and my love are with you all at this time. I am truly sorry that you all have to endure such heartache. He was a wonderful man and may your find peace being with each other and your family. I am thinking of you always. Love Donna xoxoxo

  17. Sending our sincere condolences to his family. May his memories give you all strength during this difficult time. Rest in peace young man!

  18. Amanda, I am so, so sorry for your loss, so, so, young,you and your family are all in my thoughts, day at a time sweeti, love and hugs,

    Desley xx

  19. I was lucky enough to be his section commander in Basic training and in Winnipeg. Aube was a great guy and one of my favourites . My heartfelt condolences to his family.

  20. There are no words that can express our deepest sympathy.
    Elliott will truly be missed around the neighbourhood.
    The joy he expressed with each passing day was so infectious that you couldn’t help but smile in his presence.
    We will truly miss your laughter and your helping ways.
    Until we meet again my friend!
    RIP neighbourhood day!
    Kris, Janine, Destyn, Kasyn and Skylyn Ryan

  21. Amanda, Hayden and Payton,

    Elliott was an amazing man who enriched everyone he knew. His smile was infectious and he brightened this world. Haydon and Payton have a guardian angel watching them every step now and my prayers are with you for strength.

  22. Too many leave us far too soon. My heartfelt condolences to Amanda, the twins and families, it is difficult to put into words our sadness at hearing the aweful news. As fellow soldiers, albeit British, we continue to morn the loss of our comrades, both during service and long after. We didn’t have the pleasure of meeting Elliott until after he left the army. It seems there is a theme here in that we found him to be an outwardly happy, smiling, fun guy who enjoyed life and was the first person to help others. He showed humility on the golf course, he was much better than me (wasn’t he John), and in the club house, a true gentleman.

    At ease, Rest in Peace Elliott.

  23. Amanda, Hayden, & Payton,

    Our deepest sympathies to you and all of the family on the loss of your loved one. May you find peace and comfort in the love and support of friends and family and may the memories of Elliott always be cherished. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Melissa & Cliff

  24. Good by my sweet baby! Thank you for the most wonderful holiday and memories a mom could have. My love and prayers are with Amanda and my babys as we all struggle with our loss , I pray that you have found peace. I love you MOM

    • Linda, No words can express my deepest sympathy. There is no greater grief than losing a child, my heart aches for you! Elliott was a treasured colleague and friend. I worked with him the last 6 years at the Correctional Facility. I was looking forward to meeting you at his celebration of life, to give you a comfort hug and give thanks to you for the great son you raised. He was an amazing young man with so many gifted qualities. He was loved and respected. He will be forever missed. I too pray he has found peace..I wish you peace and comfort as you remember him and his love as you face these most difficult days ahead. Take care of you!

  25. My sincere condolences to Todd, Linda, Aaron and Elliott’s wife and children. I will always remember Elliott as one of the cool older boys who hung out with my dear Dobson cousins. I was a pesky younger girl that was always trying to tag along and I remember Elliott was always kind to me. I also remember him singing “Tide is high” by Blondie in front of a campfire near their A-frame cottage. I suppose he must have been 10 or 11 because that was a big hit in 1980. He had longish blonde curly hair then and seemed like a fun-loving goof. I’m sure he made many more wonderful memories with his loved ones. I hope they bring you comfort at this difficult time. – Jennifer Sweet

  26. Amanda: I am so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  27. My sincere sympathy to you Linda and you entire family. We feel your pain
    As we lost our son Sgt.Scott Ross three weeks ago due to PTSD. You are
    In our prayers and may God give you strength.
    Arden&Bonnie

  28. Amanda, Hayden & Payton and family,

    Our deepest sympathies and condolences to you and your family. Our thoughts are prayers are with you throughout these most difficult days.

    Marcie, Chantel, and Thomas

  29. Our most heartfelt condolences go out to family and friends during this most difficult time. We pray for strength and peace for you all. Thank you Elliot for serving your country. Sending you a salute soldier. You will be missed but never forgotten by everyone and anyone who has crossed your path throughout their life. Rest easy.

  30. Amanda, Hayden, Payton & family

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family through this heartbreaking time. There’s nothing we can say that will ease your pain but we just wanted you to know we are thinking of you. Our deepest condolences

    Ali & Shabana

  31. Amanda, Hayden & Payton

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May the constant love of family and friends soften your sadness, may the cherished memories bring you moments of comfort and may lasting peace surround your hearts.

    Hugs, Brad & Deborah Markowich

  32. Amanda, Hayden, Payton

    Our deepest sympathies , our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family,

    Yolande and family

  33. You will be dearly missed . Rest in peace. You will always be my hero. Love Fay

  34. Dearest Amanda and family,

  35. We were saddened to hear of your loss. May you find the comfort and support you need during and after this difficult time, from all those who care and love you and, in time, may you find peace and strength. God bless you all. Rest in Peace Elliot ?

  36. My deepest condolences to you and your family…lots of love and prayers your way

    Cheryl-Lynn

  37. Our sympathy to you Todd, Nicole and your children, and to Linda who must be enduring the worst loss a mother could possibly endure. To Amanda and her twins whom Linda spoke so lovingly about after each visit. We met Elliott several times during his Bathurst visits and understand why he was so admired by all he was in touch with.
    God bless you Elliott

  38. Linda and family, I don’t know how to express how sorry I am for your loss of Elliot. Sometimes we’re given trials in life that we don’t understand but have to accept. Thank God for memories that can make us smile even when our hearts are heavy. We will always remember Elliot as the quiet one who spent much of his childhood on Riverside Dr and Beresford Beach with our boys, running in the fields, playing sports, running on the beach or travelling across the lagoon to explore. Those are some of our great times as family friends. I know as an adult Elliot filled your lives with pride and love. He will be sadly missed by everyone who knew him, and Linda, I hope the ache you feel now will soon fade so your heart feels only that love and pride again. Love to all of you my friend, Kenny and Marina

  39. Amanda,
    I again offer my deepest condolences to you and your family! Elliott will live on in your memory and in his most beautiful children, Hayden and Payton. He will never be more than a thought away. God bless you and keep you in his care. Elliott is greatly missed and it is with sadness and sorrow that we continue our days at FSCC. His infectious smile, kind soul and jovial laughter will be forever treasured in our memories. He was a good man and a valued friend. We have been so fortunate to have known him. My thoughts and prayers are with you. With much love, Bonnie

  40. Our hearts are breaking for you all. We cannot imagine the pain you are going through as Elliott’s mother, father, wife, brother, children,sister-in-law, niece and nephew. Linda always spoke so proudly and lovingly of her Elliott when he had to leave for the Middle East and so relieved when he returned to Canada. May he now be at peace.

  41. Belated condolences … just found out.

    R.I.P. bro

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