Westmount Memorial Celebration Centre

1001 Ottawa Street South, Kitchener, ON


Amber Christina Sinson

August 19, 1986November 22, 2019

Passed away suddenly at her residence on Friday, November 22, 2019, at the age of 33 years.

Beloved daughter of Michelle Sinson and John Padevit. Loved companion of Andre Parker. Dear mother of Donovin and Evelyn. Loved sister of Angela, Kevin, Chrystal, Bradley, and Brianna. Predeceased by her grandmother Joan Padevit.

Amber's family will receive relatives and friends at Westmount Memorial Celebration Centre, 1001 Ottawa St. S., Kitchener, (519-743-8900), on Wednesday, December 4, 2019, from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. Cremation will follow. Interment at a later date at Woodland Cemetery. Online condolences at www.westmountfuneralchapel.com


  • Visitation Wednesday, December 4, 2019


Amber Christina Sinson

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Kimberley Wall

December 5, 2019

My beloved cousin.
I have so many memories of you.
I have watched you grow through the years. From a sweet little girl to a saucy teen and then onto a beautiful graceful woman with style and class.
One of my most cherished memories is from your young years.
Once a month or so when you were a little girl around 6 or so, I would come and take you for girls day out.
We always went downtown to have the same exact lunch at your insistence. Chicken cannelloni with huge caesar salad. You had iced tea and I had a wine cooler.
We always ate on the patio ,watching people go by . Afterwards we would saunter down King st to Cafe Mozart on Queen st for your favourite dessert.. a strawberry custard tart with almonds around the outside. You little face glowing with delight and you ate every crumb.
On to the thrift shop to find you a treasure and a few new dresses.
How proud you were with your new clothes.
I will never forget how happy you were and how my heart filled with joy at such pleasure from so little.

Sleep well little one.

I will be along soon to be with you and Gran

Alona Singbeil

December 4, 2019

I don't think she knew how many people she truly touched and spread happiness to in her short lifetime. Amber, you were an amazing friend, always there when you were needed, always down to drink a bottle with me haha, you were the most loving mother to your children, and just overall a solid and pure person. Family was important to you even if it wasn't blood relation, it didn't matter. You had your families back no matter what. I am forever grateful that I was lucky enough to have known you and your love. You showed me love by Stepping up and being another aunt to my daughter, showing her love, she's honoured to have known you as well and we both miss you terribly. I hope you are at peace and save me a seat next to ya in heaven. Til we meet again my friend.

Chrystal Sinson

December 4, 2019

Im lost with words my leader n my perosn i looked up to the most i hope u always know ill miss n love u to no end xox

Brenda & Terry Luttrell

December 3, 2019

Our deepest condolences to the family we knew Michelle and John as our neighbors and we met Amber when we all went school. She was an amazing person so full of life. She had a heart of gold and was so fun to be around. RIP Amber you be remembered by so many and never forgotten. ❤

Karla Zuber

December 3, 2019

My fondest memory is that BBQ we had in my garden. There was you and Angela and your mom and dad enjoying a hot summers day together. But most of all you loved playing games on the big screen tv in the familyroom in the basement. You had casettes spread all over the floor as you wanted to try them all. A beautiful young girl with the promise of many tomorrows . Bright and full of smiles. I saw both your and Angela's excitement and curiousity at being at Auntie Karla's house .

Andrea Williams Vassell

December 1, 2019

Our deepest condolences, prayers and sympathies to all of Amber's loved ones during your time of mourning. We are deeply saddened by this news and hope that the memories you've shared with this vibrant young lady will forever reside in your hearts. Gone but not forgotten.

Best Regards,
Andrea and Daryl Vassell