Audrine Blythe

Obituary of Audrine Angelique Blythe

Audrine Angelique Blythe, a radiant soul whose light shone brightly, graced this world on September 20th 1975. With heavy hearts, we announce her peaceful departure on February 7th2024, leaving behind a profound legacy and cherished memories. Audrine’s life was a tapestry of love, strength, and unshakeable faith. As a devoted daughter, she brought immeasurable joy to her parents, who nurtured her with boundless affection. Growing into a remarkable woman, Audrine embraced her role as a loving sister, supporting her siblings with extreme loyalty, her time, dedication, and endless compassion.

Audrine took pride in her title “AUNT” She loved her niece and nephews with a love that was like none other and took pride in all of their accomplishments. She wasn’t just an aunt to her sister’s children, but she was the community aunt and a wonderful godmother. She LOVED her brother Paul and would always make it clear he wasn’t her brother-in-law; he was her brother. Family and friends were everything to Audrine and she enjoyed spending time with them.

Her generous heart extended beyond her immediate family, touching the lives of countless others. Audrine was a beacon of light within her community. Her selflessness knew no bounds, as she dedicated herself to various charitable endeavors, uplifting those in need. 

Audrine's faith in God was a guiding light in her life. Her spirituality provided solace during times of difficulty and offered a steady compass for her moral compass. She was an inspiration to all who witnessed her steadfast devotion.

She was a pillar of strength, offering unwavering support and unconditional love to her family and community. Audrine'slegacy of kindness, generosity, and selflessness will forever be cherished. In her presence, hearts were lifted, burdens were lightened, and spirits were uplifted. 

Though we mourn her loss, we find solace in the beautiful memories we shared and the profound impact she had on our lives. As we bid farewell to Audrine, let us celebrate her life, honor her legacy, and carry her spirit of love and compassion in our hearts. May she find eternal peace in the embrace of heaven, knowing the love she shared continues to resonate in our lives.






Saturday, February 24, 2024


Bethel Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ

1831 Weston Rd., Toronto, ON



Saturday, February 24, 2024


Bethel Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ

1831 Weston Rd., Toronto, ON



Beechwood Cemetery 

7241 Jane St., Concord, ON