Tynneal Melnechenko

Obituary of Tynneal Melnechenko

Tynneal Jean Melnechenko was born on July 24, 1995 at 8:12am to Candyce Rosemarie Melnechenko and Michael Francis Joseph Roussin in Yorkton Saskatchewan. Tynneal was the most beautiful perfect little girl. She was the only grandchild and niece on both sides of the family for the first 6 years of her life. She was always the center of everyone’s attention and the most loved little girl by all her family. Tynneal was and always will be the light of her parents lives. Everything they did was for their beautiful baby girl.

Tynneal was biologically the only child to Candyce and Mike, however she considered Brandon Pelletier her little brother and Tyneaka Pelletier her little sister. The bond she shared with Brandon and Tyneaka is one that could not and will not ever be broken. She loved them as siblings and that’s what they always will be.

Tynneal started kindergarten at Columbia Elementary School in Yorkton and then later that year they moved to Regina. While residing in Regina with her parents she attended Douglas Park Elementary School until Grade 4 then they moved back to Yorkton where she finished Grade 8 at Columbia School. In Tynneal’s elementary school years she was in Sparks and played fastball with the Regina Fighting Saints. She also played basketball, volleyball and dabbled in some guitar lessons.

Tynneal attended high school at the Yorkton Regional where she would graduate grade 12 in 2013. Throughout high school she worked at Superstore.  After high school she went on to the University of Saskatchewan and completed her first year of business and then transferred faculties and started her first year of her Law Degree.

She always loved running around the ball diamonds in the summer while her parents played ball.

Tynneal was all about her family, handing out hugs every time she seen anyone of them and was like this her whole life. She loved her family with all of her heart and cherished all of the bonds she had with them.

On April 22, 2019 Tynneal became a mother and gave birth to her son Jax Michael Jeffery Roussin and then on October 30, 2020 she added to her little family with the birth of her daughter Alessia Rose Marie Melnechenko. She was so in love with her two most precious babies and she fought hard to be the mother they so deserved, she never gave up and battled until the end. Jax and Allie loved their mom just as much as she loved them and they would light up every time their mom entered the room.

Tynneal leaves to mourn first and foremost her precious children Jax and Allie, her loving, devoted Parents Candyce Melnechenko and Michael Roussin, her Brother Brandon Pelletier, her Sister Tyneaka Pelletier, her Geed & Baba Ron & Pearl Melnechenko, her Papa & Grandma Ricky & Jean Roussin, her Uncle Clinton and Aunty Lindsay (Nic, Mayla, Dax), Uncle Clayton and Aunty Tammy, (Logan and Brennan), her Aunty Cara, (Bronwyn, Kaitlyn), her Aunty Kerri and Uncle Jerry (Daemon, Kaelee), her Aunty Michelle (Meech) and Uncle Curtis (Dylan, Cobe, Taylor), and many, many more Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and Friends too numerous to mention,  however all played an important role in her life.

Prayers were held on Tuesday, April 2, 2024 and the Funeral Service was held on Wednesday, April 3, 2024 both from Westview United Church with Rev. Deborah Smith officiating. The eulogy was delivered by Tyneaka Pelletier and the scripture readings were given by Dylan Prince & Mayla Melnechenko. Accompanist Sharon Litvanyi led the congregation in the hymns “Amazing Grace” and “How Great Thou Art”. The honorary pallbearers were Aunty Yvonne Peters (Godmother), Uncle Clinton Melnechenko (Godfather), Eric Langan (Cousin), Jessica Blight (Best Friend) and Felicia Agecoutay (Best Friend). The interment followed in the Yorkton City Cemetery with Clayton Melnechenko (Uncle), Nic Melnechenko (Cousin), Jerry Pelletier (Uncle), Curtis Prince (Uncle), Brandon Pelletier (Brother) and Marcus Langan (Cousin) serving as pallbearers.

Memorial donations may be made to BGC Yorkton (54C Smith St. W. Yorkton, SK S3N 0J1) as gifts of remembrance.

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