Christie, Shannon

It is with a broken heart, I announce the passing of my sister, Shannon Christie at the age of 51 on Sunday, May 1st, 2022. Shannon is survived by her brother Mathew Christie. Shannon was an amazing talent, photographer, painter, poet and doll enthusiast. She was a kind loving, compassionate soul who will be missed always. A celebration of life will be held on Sunday, May 29th, 2022 from 11:00am – 1:00pm at St. John’s Dixie (737 Dundas St E. Mississauga) The family has requested guests to wear casual clothing. In Lieu of cards and flowers, a donation in Shannon’s name to any mental health organization would be greatly appreciated.

5 replies
  1. Colleen Donaldson
    Colleen Donaldson says:

    Matt, My thoughts and sympathies are with you and those who loved Shannon.

    She was a joy to know and so incredibly talented and kind. Her creativity is an inspiration. I will miss her dearly.

  2. Lacey, Deborah and Paul Techlowicz
    Lacey, Deborah and Paul Techlowicz says:


    We are so sorry to learn of Shannon’s sudden passing. Mom and I always enjoyed catching up with her when we saw her at Fabricland. I loved seeing her posts of her artwork and poems on Facebook. Missed seeing you guys more often since you moved out of the Co-op. Please know you are in our thoughts. Sending lots of love. ❤

  3. Alison Scholes
    Alison Scholes says:

    It was great sadness that we , family across the pond in the UK, learnt of Shannon’s passing. Whilst we never met her in person we communicated via social media and learned much about our family in Canada, the US and Australia. We will be thinking of you all at this sad time. Alison and David Scholes

  4. Brittany T.
    Brittany T. says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Shannon was an amazing person and friend. She will be dearly missed. I am sharing a photo of two of the amazing custom Funkos that Shannon made. She was so talented.


    My deepest sympathies, to Shannon’s family & friends.

    Shannon started as an online friend, and later a true life friend. She was the kind of person who brought people together, and engaged all with her creativity. She was kind, generous and helpful. She loved art in many forms, & produced pieces, some of which I am proud to own. We lost her far too soon.


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