Dawson "Wiingash" Mandamin-Roy

Born: Thu., Jul. 20, 2000
Died: Thu., Jan. 7, 2021


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In Loving Memory of
Zaaw-Aankot
Dawson "Wiingash" Mandamin-Roy
July 20, 2000 - January 7, 2021
who entered the Western doorway
at the tender age of 20 years.

Cherished grandson of
Marilyn Roy (baa), Raymond Jackson (Yvonne),
Stella Mandamin and Douglas Mandamin (baa).
Beloved son of
Ruby Mandamin (stepfather Rolland) and Jon Roy.  
Special mother’s Carlene Pheasant, Rhonda Trudeau.
Wiingash will be remembered as a cherished father to
Mavric Roy-Obey (mother Kristy Whitecap).
Special grandson to Robert and Mary Pheasant.
He will be immensely missed by his siblings Cassandra (Ray) of Sudbury, Bradley (Nicole) of Wiikwemkoong, Derrian of Sudbury, Brayden (Brynn) of Toronto,
Phoenix of Wiikwemikoong and Hannah.
Treasured Uncle to Justice, Jesse, Nyka, Jimmy, Malikiah, Riley, Nicklaus, Athena, Odin, Dylan and Auriel.

Wiingash will forever be missed by his  aunts, uncles and cousins. He will be remembered by his family, extended family, friends, special aunts Rachel, Lisa and Mona and all those who loved and cared for him deeply, especially Cheryl Fox, Teresa Roy and Karen Trudeau.

Wiingash was raised by his loving and devoted grandma, Marilyn Roy-baa, who loved watching and supporting him in many of his athletic endeavours. She was so very proud of her grandson. He was an avid sports fan and hockey player from tiny Tyke to a marvellous Midget, where he always looked forward to participating in Lil NHL. He also attended the North American Indigenous Games for soccer and always participated in the community canoe trips for youth. He enjoyed taking part in community events and would interact with all those who approached him, he was a true team player. His greatest pride was welcoming his beautiful son into the world and being around him. He loved spending time with his nieces and nephews, including his friends' children where he took the name "Uncle Wiing". He also loved taking those one in a million shots in basketball, bottle flips, hat flips and so forth. He enjoyed being around his close buddies gaming out.

Private family visitation
January 14th, 2021 at 3:00 pm at Buzwah Church
Visitation for extended family and friends.
January 15th, 2021 from 6:00am.
Celebration of life and funeral services
January 16th, 2021 at 11:00am.
Funeral Service will be limited to 10 people inside the church and all other COVID-19 protocols must be followed.
Burial to follow at Buzwah Cemetery

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Lori
   Posted Thu January 14, 2021
Sincere condolences from Ramirez and Alexander. Rest in Peace cousin.

Q Kaboni
   Posted Thu January 14, 2021
Rest in paradise bro wiingush (wing kush/ wingy ) I was glad to have known you in my life ! I will always remember all our times chilling together up the hill every time you came by you had a smile on your face and always wanted positive vibes ! I’ll remember the time we ran in to each other in Sudbury and hung out and those times you always called me to tell me something or not to worry ! Every time ya seen me ya were happy I can just hear you calling my name (yo q qski) .... :/ Stay blessed and fly high ! We miss you ! Prayers to all the family and friends I’m so sorry ...

Q Kaboni
   Posted Thu January 14, 2021
Rest in paradise bro wiingush (wing kush/ wingy ) I was glad to have known you in my life ! I will always remember all our times chilling together up the hill every time you came by you had a smile on your face and always wanted positive vibes ! I’ll remember the time we ran in to each other in Sudbury and hung out and those times you always called me to tell me something or not to worry ! Every time ya seen me ya were happy I can just hear you calling my name (yo q qski) .... :/ Stay blessed and fly high ! We miss you ! Prayers to all the family and friends I’m so sorry ...

Lesley Kimewon
   Posted Fri January 15, 2021
My deepest condolences to Wiingash's friends, relations and family back home. So sorry to hear of this young mans passing, there are no words to describe the tragic loss of a young community member. His grandma always spoke fondly of him during our little chit chats during intermission at hockey games. The love she had for him resonated in her support with all his endeavors. Rest in peace Wiingash knowing you are reunited with your grandma. Baamaapiimiinwaa

Norma Hughson
   Posted Fri January 15, 2021
So sorry for your loss Mary and Bobbie and family

"Blake the mistake"
   Posted Fri January 15, 2021
Surely gonna miss him my very condolences to you and your family, that was my aka from him "blake the mistake" all my love Peace.

Nova
   Posted Fri January 15, 2021
Rest in paradise, you already kno wats up though. Have a good journey, you'll find where you're destined to go

Holly Borynec
   Posted Thu February 11, 2021
Rest in Peace Wiingash just found out today that you left us. Your mother called and it was a shock for both myself and Brandon. I still remember the first day Brandon brought you home after school. You'll always hold a special place in our hearts. You'll be missed deeply. Until we meet again...

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