Carolea Whyte Accident: Saskatoon resident and Bengough HS alumna has died

Carolea Whyte Accident: Saskatoon resident and Bengough HS alumna has died

Carolea Whyte Death – Carolea Whyte, a resident of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and a Journeyman welder at Nutrien has tragically passed away. She was announced dead by a close friend through a social media publication that read, “Rest in peace, Carolea Whyte; you will be greatly missed. One of my first basement tenants, who honestly was more of a friend than a tenant such an amazing person and beautiful soul.”

Who was Carolea Whyte?

Carolea Whyte was a native of Bengough, Saskatchewan, and a graduate of Bengough High School. She studied at Saskatchewan Polytechnic and was employed as a journeyman welder at Nutrien. Carolea was a loving sister to Cathryn Whyte and a loving daughter to her mother Lori Whyte, and she was engaged to Kyle Yuzdepski. She was a big, kind, funny, and wise woman who was beautiful on the inside and out.

She had the most beautiful smile and a kind heart, and her personality was so lively that it lit up a room. She left her mark everywhere she went. She inspired people to live their truth and have a purpose in life, and she told people to stop being judgmental and start being kind and loving. Unconditional love was her trademark.

She was a real blessing. She will forever be remembered for her hard work ethic, for being an amazing partner and the best daughter and sister in the entire universe, for her fun-loving and adventurous spirit, and for truly living an amazing life filled with many beautiful memories and stories. There is no one else quite like her. Even though those who loved her will miss her a lot, her spirit lives on in everyone she touched. She will be greatly missed, but even more lovingly remembered.

Tribute to Carolea Whyte

Carolea’s fiancé, Kyle Yuzdepski took to social media and shared the devastating news in a statement that read, “I’m so saddened and completely devastated that last night I lost my fiancé. Words will never be able to describe how much Carolea meant to me and this world.” Kyle also said, “The world lost such a beautiful person with the biggest possible heart. Carolea put everyone else first and made people around her happy. Carolea made me such a happy man, and I’m going to miss you so much, babe. I love you so much that words can’t describe!”

“Heaven gained another beautiful angel yesterday. Our precious daughter will be dancing in the clouds, singing at the top of her lungs, and riding horses while dogs run beside her.” Carolea’s mother, Lori Whyte, wrote. “Her heart and soul touched so many people and her journey was cut too short, but we know she is always with us in our memories and laughter. Thank you, Carolea, for being our gift in this world. We love you to the moon and onward. Love Mom and Dad.”

Funeral Arrangements: Carolea Whyte’s funeral will be at Saskatoon Funeral Home, located at 338 4th Avenue North, on Monday, January 8th, 2024, at 7 p.m. Candlelight service and graveside service in Bengough at a later date.

Carolea Whyte obituary will be released by the family at a later date.

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