In Loving Memory Of
Vicki Lynn Hannah
1971 ~ 2022

Riverview, NB – Vicki Lynn Jewell Hannah, 50, passed away peacefully with her daughter by her side at the Dr. Georges-L. Dumont University Hospital Centre of Moncton, on Tuesday, June 21st, 2022.

Born in Moncton, NB, she was the daughter of the late Cliff Jewell and the late Patricia Jewell Nowlan.

Vicki will be dearly missed by her daughter, Jessica Jewell-Barr and her son-in-law, Thomas of Moncton; two sisters, Diane Belliveau (Paul) of Moncton and Gillian MacLeod (Eric) of England; her loving cat, Tinkerbell; three grand-fur children, Sir Slippers, Mr. Kitty, and Prince Panther, as well as her uncles Yvon and Louis (Denise) of Moncton, and several cousins. She will also be missed by her “chosen family” members including Melissa (and family), Heather, Owen, Geoff, and Dawne (and family); as well as her “Barr boys” Alistair, Alexander and Gordon Drummond.

Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her brother, David Jewell, and grand parents, Adeline and Gerald Nowlan.

Vicki was a bright and bubbly person who always had a smile on her face. She battled many obstacles fiercely throughout her entire life and never let anything stand in the way of her positivity. Her family was the most important thing to her, and her daughter Jessica was the centre of her heart. When she wasn’t singing, colouring, doing Lego, or diamond paintings, she was most likely laughing with friends. Her memory will live on through the hearts of all those she touched in her few short years on this Earth.

Wearing a face mask will be strongly encouraged when entering the funeral home.

The family wishes to invite you to Vicki’s “No Black Allowed: The Brighter, The Better!” Celebration of Life visitation which will be held at Passage, 625 Mountain Road, Moncton, NB (506) 855-1145, on Thursday, June 30th, 2022, from 6pm to 8pm. In respect of Vicki’s wishes, there will be no Funeral Service after the visitation.

In lieu of flowers (which the cats will just eat), donation can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, the Greater Moncton SPCA, or to a mental health association of your choice.

The family invites you to sign an online book of condolences at:

Funeral arrangements under the professional care of

Passage Funeral Co-operative and Cremation Centre

625, Mountain road, Moncton, NB,

Tel: (506) 532-1050

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  1. You have helped, loved and touched the lives of so many people in your short life, Me included. I am glad your not in pain anymore. I will love you for ever. I will love you for always. Rest well my love,

  2. Vicki was very near and dear to all that knew and loved her. We will miss her. She always had a song in her heart that was as big as all outdoors. Rest in peace dear friend.

  3. Missing seeing Vicki’s huge smile everytime I seen her…I hope you are dancing in the sky Angel..You will be missed tons….sending prayers and hugs to Jess and Thomas and family and friends

  4. Very sad news .Vicky was a very unique and wonderful person. Her smile was contagious. Her heart was worn on her sleeve for everyone to enjoy .
    So very sorry for your loss Jessica. You have a very special angel looking over you and your family .
    R.I.P. Vicky until we meet again ❤️

  5. Do not weep for me for I have not gone. I am the wind that shakes the mighty Oak.
    I am the gentle rain that falls upon your face. I am the spring flower that pushes through the dark earth. I am the chuckling laughter of the mountain stream.
    Do not weep for me for I have not gone. I am the memory that dwells in the heart of those that knew me. I am the shadow that dances on the edge of your vision. I am the wild goose that flies south at Autumns call and I shall return at I am the stag Summer rising. on the wild hills way. I am just around the corner.
    Therefore, the wise weep not.
    But rejoice at the transformation of my Being.

    We will miss your smile, and your quirkiness. Especially when we attended In Motion together, you always had the best advice, those are the times I will keep remembering, and I know you’d want me to not be sad. We had a group today in your memory, and I will say for all of us at the momentum group you will be missed.
    Until we meet again my angel, love u Vicki.

  6. Vicki, you’re the kindest, sweetest person I’ve ever known. I’m lost without you. You’ll always be in my heart.

  7. So sorry to learn of Vicki Lynn’s passing. I did not know her, but I am a distant relative. My grandmother, Clara Belle Jewell – Borden was a sister to Dave Jewell who I assume would have been Vicki Lynn’s great grand father. I have know for some time that there were Jewell relatives living in the Moncton area. Some years back, I met one a young lady from this family, but I do not remember her name. We met at a ” Family BBQ” at Victoria Park in Truro, when she , her husband and young son came for the gathering. I recognizer her husband because he had worked at Sackville Memorial Hospital as an ambulance attendant when I worked at the hospital as a Lab. Tech. I would love to know if this is the same family.
    My sincere condolences to everyone and may you be blessed with loving memories. By the way, there is another Vicki Lynn in the family tree.

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