Guilbault, Aubrey Kay (2-18-74 - 1-24-21) ˜Long are the waves on the last shore falling Sweet are the voices in the lost isle calling."
Aubrey lost her fight with cancer but won the triumph of eternity in heaven. Her strength, courage and humor amazed her family, doctors and nurses for two years. Aubrey graduated from The University of Arizona and worked as a Graphic Artist for General Motors in Detroit at The Renaissance Center. Aubrey (elf) was the heart of her family and an inspiration to all as she enjoyed and appreciated the smallest things in life. She will be remembered for her artistic talents, love of family, sense of humor, and her love of animals. Over the years, she rescued and fostered many dozens of puppies and kittens... and some she just couldn't part with.(Mikey, Wilbur, Tommy, Rickie, Pippin, Daisy, Tiny, Jasmine, Penny, Bailey, Ruby, Billy) Abbey and Alex. Aubrey leaves behind her parents Stephen and Cinda (Uffelman) Guilbault, sisters Emme Guilbault, Danielle St. Peter, Lisa Curlew, brothers Ryan and Zachary Guilbault, nieces and nephews Lucie, Ruby, Max and Ellis. Special Uncles Bill And Brad (Marsha) Uffelman, Grandmother Joyce Guilbault, Many loving Aunts and Uncles. Special thank you to Aunt Diane for being there, friend, roommate and (husband of 2 years) Steven Bruckman II, U of A lifelong friends John, Wayne and Drew. A sincere thank you to Aubreys GM colleagues and to the many who donated to GoFundMe for travel expenses to MDAnderson and the Mayo Clinic. Aubrey was preceded in death by her Grandparents Bill and Helen Uffelman, and Robert and Madeline Guilbault Sr. A private family service will be held at the final resting place next to Aubrey's Grandparents at Oakwood Cemetery in Fenton, In Lieu of flowers please donate to Adopt a Pet of Fenton, Last Chance Rescue or PAWS.
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