Mandi Kujawa, Singer-songwriter died of an accidental prescription drug overdose – Death

Mandi Kujawa, Singer-songwriter died of an accidental prescription drug overdose - Death

Mandi Kujawa Death – Singer-songwriter Mandi Kujawa was found to have passed suddenly on Thursday, the 13th of July 2022 in Banff as a result of an accidental overdose of prescription medication. She was 59 years old. According to the reports, Mandi’s inability to handle her suffering was ultimately what led to her death. Mandi was also described as a school teacher, a storyteller, and a wonderful librarian with a lovely voice. She has touched many students’ hearts.

Mandi Kujawa Cause of Death

Mandi Kujawa reportedly passed away as a result of an accidental overdose of prescription medication. Nevertheless, Mandi was just given a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, and despite her best efforts, her mobility has recently dropped drastically, and she suffered from constant and excruciating pain – the opiates that her doctors prescribed for her. Mandi was a bright light who brought such joy to so many people, young and old.

Mandi Kujawa Early Life

Mandi lived in Banff, Alberta. She was a well-known and liked member of the Banff and Bow Valley communities thanks to her accomplishments as a musician and novelist. Mandi Kujawa was born on April 1963. She was happiest when she was out in nature and hiking, especially in the mountains. Mandi was an experienced hiking guide who had previously worked with Canadian Mountain Holidays. She was also an accredited interpretive guide.

Mandi Kujawa Career

Singer-songwriter Mandi Kujawa was known for her storytelling abilities. A storyteller and advocate for raising awareness about the dangers of suicide among children and adolescents, she served as the librarian at Banff Elementary School. She collaborated with her daughter, Hana, on the writing of their new book, A Slug Story (Renegade Arts Entertainment 2020), which is based on their experiences following Hana’s brain injury due to a virus.

Tai Hasumi claims to have known Mandi since he was in the YMCA’s “after-school care” program when he was younger. Mandi was a shining star in the Banff community for many years. She has the makings of a fascinating person. It was an honor to have Mandi share her enthusiasm for music with her extended family and friends.

Obituary and Funeral Plans

Mandi Kujawa’s obituary will be released by her family in no distance time. The funeral is on Thursday. July 21, 2022, at 10:30 am at St. George’s In-The-Pines Anglican Church, 100 Beaver St., Banff.

Photo credit – Micheal Sawyer

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