In Loving Memory of Isabelle Francine Burnock

Isabelle Francine Burnock, born on November 8, 1955, in France, embarked on a transformative journey to Canada at a tender age alongside her mother and brother.

In the quaint city of Kamloops, Isabelle crossed paths with her soulmate, Paul, whom she lovingly wedded. Their intertwined lives were rich with shared moments until fate parted them with Paul’s passing.

Isabelle dedicated nearly three decades of her life to the laundry department of a local hotel, leaving an indelible mark through her unwavering commitment. Beyond her professional endeavors, Isabelle was distinguished by her larger-than-life personality and an unparalleled generosity that touched the hearts of everyone she encountered. Her absence leaves a void that will be acutely felt by the many close friends she leaves behind.

In the face of a brave battle with cancer over the past three years, Isabelle sought solace in the teachings of the Bible. Her steadfast faith illuminated her path, offering a source of comfort as she looked forward to the promise of resurrection and the prospect of eternal life on a paradise earth, where she yearned to reunite with her beloved husband, Paul.

Isabelle’s legacy is not merely a recollection of the years she spent with us but a testament to the enduring impact of a life lived with grace, generosity, and an unwavering spirit. May her memory be a source of solace and inspiration to all who were fortunate enough to know her.

In addition to Isabelle’s legacy, the family mourns the recent loss of her father, Joe Warman, in Kamloops. She is survived by her mother, Georgie Warman , her brother Johnny Warman , and her sister Joanne Walker, who currently resides in the USA. Together, they share cherished memories of a life well-lived, and their love for Isabelle will endure as a comforting bond in the face of grief.

The family wishes to express sincere gratitude to the doctors and nurses of the six south unit at Royal Inland Hospital for their exceptional care and compassion during Isabelle’s battle with cancer.

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  1. LaVonnd Morgan
    Posted January 31, 2024 at 5:46 pm | Permalink

    I met Isabelle in the late 60s , we were neighbours in Westsyde , we became very good friends and kept in touch , when she was diagnosed with Cancer she choose to distant herself with friends, I have nothing but wonderful memories of her, R.I.P. Isabelle Love you my friend LaVonne Morgan ( Owings)

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