Akaysha Grieser
Akaysha Grieser
Akaysha Grieser
Akaysha Grieser

Obituary of Akaysha Rose Grieser

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Akaysha, beloved daughter of Richard “Noel” Holt (Sabrina Eves), passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on August 31, 2023. The world may have lost a beautiful young soul, but heaven has gained an angel.


Akaysha’s memory will live on in the hearts of her loved ones. She is survived by her loving brothers Jayden Holt and Brayden Eves, her sister Tiana Lefebvre, her Oma Ellenor Grieser, Grandparents Richard Francis Holt and Lyn Stewart, Papa Blake Eves, and Grandma Joyce Eves along with numerous Aunts, Uncles and Cousins. She was preceded in death by her mother, Tammy Christine Grieser-Holt, and her Opa Juergen George Grieser.


 Akaysha was born September 10, 1996, in Lethbridge Alberta. She would have been 27. She was raised in Coalhurst, completing most of her school years she then moved on to Nobleford, where she graduated high school in 2014.


As an avid outdoorswoman, Akaysha loved to travel, hunt, fish, camp, and loved all animals. She had a beautiful smile and an infectious laugh. She was quick to make friends with everyone she met and with open arms welcomed them into her heart. With her travels between Alberta and British Columbia, she made many friends. She will be remembered by all the friends and family that she spent time with along her journey’s.   


We are reminded of her love, joy, and adventure. She was a special light. May the song by Cooper Alan, Never Not Remember You, bring comfort to you as her memory lives on in your hearts. Akaysha will be waiting among the angels, riding horses, hunting, fishing, and visiting our loved ones above. Until we meet again, my sweet child. May you forever Rest In Peace. 


If ever you feel alone or in need, please contact the Alberta Mental Health Help Line: 1-877-303-2642 or the Alberta Addictions Help Line: 1-866-332-2322. There is help out there for all ages, please reach out.

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