Kennedy May Moussi, age 4 years old born June 25, 2018 of Mount Uniacke, gained her angel wings on Saturday October 22, 2022.
Kennedy loved her family deeply, and is survived by her parents Lindsay (Berringer) and Charbel Moussi; baby brother Atticus; her nanny Lorna Zinck-Gordon; grandparents John (grampy) and Jeanette (Taita) Moussi; great grandmother Sharon Zinck; Uncles Nathan (Stephanie)) Jordan (Catherine), Matthew, Leo, Elie, Aunts Odette, Rania, Lucia, Bonus Uncles Josh Keeping, Quinn Riggs, Shawn Parsons and Raymond Elchater and many great aunts and uncles.
Kennedy was preceded in visiting heaven by her grandfathers, Alan Berringer, Ken Gordon, and great-grandfather Emmett Zinck, great-grandparents Najib and Odette Moussi.
With her long brown hair, big brown eyes that twinkled, a huge smile, Kennedy would light up any room she was in. She spread love and laughter wherever she went.
She was happiest when she was at home surrounded by her favorite people.
Kennedy could be found playing in the yard, riding the four wheeler with her daddy and Uncle Matty, and running around chasing the chickens. Even when she was out getting dirty she loved being pretty, dressing up and wearing mommy’s makeup. Mommy always made sure that she had the makeup and nail polish stocked in the house.
Kennedy adored her little brother Atticus and was excited for the arrival of her new sibling.
She loved camping trips to PEI, movie and popcorn nights with mommy and daddy. She just started preprimary at Uniacke District School and excelled, she came home every day to mommy to tell her all about what she did and learned that day. Kennedy played baseball this past summer with mommy as coach, and always gave the boys a run for their money. Kennedy loved shopping for her brother however; she always made sure she got something too. She made sure to teach him how to clap, wave, yell and cover his ears in case he didn’t want to listen to mommy and daddy . Kennedy will forever be a huge piece of her family’s life, she was the first born to her parents and she grew up with them, she taught them so many things with LOVE being the most important.
All are welcome to the visitation on Friday, November 11 from 4-7 p.m. in the Ronald A Walker Funeral home , 13549 Peggy’s Cove Rd, Upper Tantallon, Nova Scotia.
A private family celebration will be held at a later date.
No cellphones allowed.