Emma Lynn Tiguman

23/06/1985 - 04/10/2021


Obituary For Emma Lynn Tiguman

June 23, 1985 – Oct 4, 2021

With a heavy heart our family announces the passing of Emma Lynn. Her sudden passing at home in the early morning of Oct 4 has left everyone in shock.

Emma recently just finished expanding her career in the hospitality/tourism industry and has spent the past 3 years working at the local hotels in multiple capacities. An active outdoors lady, she was always found with her family exploring and looking for adventure. When not out exploring, Emma had her home hobbies which has turned the house into a mini jungle; her green space filled with exotic plants. The smile she always displayed was contagious along with her positive attitude towards others.

Emma Lynn is survived by her mom Marivic Tiguman, common law husband Matthew Robbins, 2 sons David and Brighton, and her brothers Sheldone and Immanuel.

She is pre-deceased by her Father Emmanuel who passed away early this year.

Due to COVID restrictions, a small Memorial service (50 people) will be held on Friday Oct 22, 2021, at 8am at Bear Creek Funeral Home, 11802 99 Avenue, Grande Prairie.

Care entrusted to Bear Creek Funeral Home 780 830 7742

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  • I am really not sure where to start with sharing a memory about Emma. She was always the light that always shown everytime she entered our online class. She always made us laugh, smile. I know I've only known her for this one year, but she was still one of the greatest friends anyone could ever ask for. I got to meet her only once in person. But the time we shared together as friends, was just amazing. Emma, we all love you, and we will all miss you so so much. Rest in paradise 🙏

  • Beautiful service Mathew. I don't do either funerals or remembrance services well. Not because I don't appreciate the service, but because a really well done service, like this one, goes a long way to reconstruct the life that might have been if circumstances were different. I couldn't spend much time at the service today as the medical profession had me in their grips all morning, but Cel and I watched the whole streaming session once she got off work today. Desperately sad, but also hugely inspiring. I will remember your eulogy for a very long time. I care deeply that you lost your love, and I hope you can find a way forward for the rest of your life as I'm sure Emma would want you to.

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