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Anderson, Candice Dawn-Marie

April 15, 2023

Candice Dawn-Marie Anderson

Candice had been sick for much of her teenage years and was eventually transplanted, at the age of 17, due to liver cirrhosis. Since then, she has fought and beaten both thyroid cancer and thymus cancer, all while dealing with recurring liver disease, specifically Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis (PFIC) Type 3. After 4.5 years of being sick, 4 years off work, 3 years on the transplant list, she finally received her lifesaving call. On March 7, 2023 Candice received her new liver. Due to unresolvable complications, Candice spread her wings and let go of her pain.

Candice attended Archbishop M.C. O’Neill Catholic High School and post secondary at U of R and SIAST, majoring in Early Childhood Education. Pursuing her dreams, Candice worked at various schools and day care centres as an Early Childhood Educator, upon landing a job as Recreation Coordinator for children with high medical needs.

Candice proceeded in life with a positive attitude and lit up any room with her bright smile. She was the happiest most upbeat young lady. I don’t think anyone really knew how sick she was.

Left to cherish her memories are her dog Echo; her dad and mom Brian and Cecilia Anderson; brother Jeff Anderson (Jhanean); niece Jaiden Holinaty; sister Megan Anderson; stepsister Jennifer Huard (Steve); special uncle Jim Anderson; grandparents Graham and Audrey Ritchie; grandma Rita Appel; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and all her “littles”.

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Join us in Celebrating Candice’s Life on Thursday, July 6, 2023 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Argyle North Community Association Centre, 35 Davin Crescent, Regina, Saskatchewan.

Candice was a good person.


Irene Bohach

Regina SK

Cec, I am very sorry for your loss. Deepest condolences to you and your husband and all your family.

T Elder

I attended O’Neill with Candace, and although we were not particularly close, I remember her as a friend to all as her good-natured spirit was easy to connect with. I am very sorry for your loss.

Melissa Richmond

Regina Saskatchewan Canada

I have been thinking of Candice a lot lately. I only recently learned of her passing and am heartbroken. Candice will truly be missed. She was always shining.

Beth Dreger

Regina SK Canada

I had the pleasure of having Candice in my Brownie group all those years ago. She was such an enthusiastic Brownie and oh, that smile! I didn't know about her health issues and I'm so sorry to hear about her passing at such a young age. My sincere condolences to you, her family. Rest easy Candice.

Ron Jackson

Regina SK Canada

Cec, Brian and Family. I am so sorry for the loss of Candace. She was such a fighter and so determined to beat her health struggles. Now she is free of pain and heaven has gained another sweet angel. Know that everyone is thinking of you all during this difficult time. If there is anything I can do, please don’t hesitate to call.

Corinne and Kurt Schemmer

Regina Saskatchewan Canada

Brian, Cecelia and family. Our sincere condolences to read the passing of your daughter Candace. We have great memories of her playing soccer on the same team as our son Kevin and how tough she could be playing. She was happy with a smile always! Heaven has gained a special angel

Tom Sax

Regina SK Canada

I had the pleasure of teaching Candance (not a spelling error, this was my nickname for her). She was a fighter and always upbeat and had a tremendous sense of humour throughout her struggles. The O’Neill Choral family supported Candace through her first transplant and I continued to be in contact with her these past few years through Facebook. I would deliver a Tim’s order to her in hospital. She was such an UP person. Never woe is me. I admired her for that trait. She will be missed by all who knew her. Rest in Peace. Heaven has gained a very special Angel.

Robin Kidby (Kautzman)

Regina SK Canada

Dear Cecile and family, I didn’t have the pleasure of personally meeting and getting to know Candice, but through a friend I heard of her health struggles and above all her kindness, bravery, empathy and what a inspiration and beautiful soul she was. I was praying for her through her health struggles and very saddened to hear she had lost her battle. I’m so very sorry for the loss of your angel. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers Robin

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