Yvette Van Weelden 1967 2022, death notice, Obituaries, Obituaries

Obituary of Yvette Van Weelden
Yvette passed away peacefully in her 56th year on September 3, 2022. Beloved wife of Joel Van Weelden. Cherished mom of Benjamin (Claudia), Jillian, Malorie DeBruyne (Zack) and Megan George (Kyle). Beloved grandmother of Rafael, Adalynn and Arie. Also survived by his brother Claus (Manuela), his sisters Karen Young (Hugh), Catherine Compton (Steven), Jan Balch (Clare), Julia Veenstra (Doug) and several nieces and nephews. Beloved sister-in-law of Jeralyn Enns (David), Alan Van Weelden (Pamela), Patricia Nightingale (Robert) and Susan Van Weelden.
Yvette grew up in Hamilton, Ontario, an honors student at all levels and eighth grade major. Settling in Beamsville, she married Joel in 1986 and they built a great life together – their love was an example to all who knew them. Yvette loved being a stay-at-home mom and attending all the sporting events, recitals, school and church programs. She considered her children her greatest achievement. She was so proud of her children for the people they are today. And being a grandmother was still her favorite role!
Yvette was a wonderful host filling the house with life, love and laughter. The house was still in the middle of the next decorating project. Yvette loved her Benjamin Moore paint chips and her HGTV! She loved arranging family trips with the kids to Ocean City, North Carolina, Florida or other places where Joel could combine business or use his Holiday Inn points. Floating in any pool, Lake Muskoka, or sitting on the beach are treasured memories.
Joel and Yvette’s “empty nest” years were spent traveling together across the United States and Canada on numerous business trips. She loved her surf and turf, whether in Boston, New York, Florida and, of course, our second home in Oberlin, Ohio, while visiting their Green Circle family. Many weeks were spent working from the remote office on Anna Maria Island, Florida, his favorite destination. Speaking of Empty Nest, it was the name of her AirBNB for three years where she was a super host for guests from all over the world. She could make a new friend anywhere! In recent years, Joël and Yvette have stayed closer to home, taking great joy in welcoming three grandchildren. A date at Grandma’s pool was a treat for all!
Yvette had a strong but simple faith in her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Going to church was an important part of the family routine and our house was filled with Veggie Tales, The Friendship Company, Mary Rice Hopkins and Amy Grant (especially at Christmas).
She will be missed by all who knew and loved her bright smile, warm laughter and warm personality.
Visiting September 6, 2022, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Providence Christian Reformed Church, Beamsville. Celebration of Life on September 7, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. in Providence, with a private family burial at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to Tallman Funeral Homes in Vineland. If desired, memorial contributions to Gillian’s Place or Community Care of West Niagara would be appreciated by the family.

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