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GREEN, Sr., Enos Ford
During the Second World War, Enos served as a civilian fishing in dangerous waters on the Grand Banks of Newfoundland. He later became a welder working at the Heavy Water Plant in Glace Bay and also in construction until his retirement. He was a member of the Royal Albert Masonic Lodge and the Northern Yacht Club and loved boats, being on the water and fishing. He enjoyed woodworking especially making his famous "birch brooms" and playing cards. Enos was a faithful member of St. John the Baptist Anglican Church, North Sydney. Enos was a friend to all, he loved a "yarn" with his buddies. He enjoyed Christmas tradition, Mummering in Newfoundland and a Christmas Day drink with his beloved friends. He loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
He is survived by his wife, Jessie (Peters) Green, Bridgewater; and son, Ford (Patsy) Green, Baddeck; daughters, Jane (William) Standing, PEI, Linda Moore, Annapolis Valley, and Sandra (Geoffrey) Schnare, Bridgewater; grandchildren, Donald (Vivian), Derek (Jamie) and Amanda Standing, Cathy (Armand) Steenbeek, Cheryl Moore (Scott Power), Melissa (Derek) Cogswell, Donald (Jennifer Anderson), Patrick and Joshua Green and Devin Schnare; and also 11 great-grandchildren, Cameron, Emma, Jacob, Tristen, Victoria, Cassandra, Jaydia, Samuel, Jewel, Ethan and Sophia. Also surviving are his sisters, Lizzie Sitland, Halifax, Rosie (Abraham) Cake, Port aux Basques, and Mary Miles, Montreal; sister-in-law, Shirley Green, British Columbia; several nieces and nephews. Enos was predeceased by his brother, Richard Green, two sisters, Nellie and Annie, infant daughter, Gladys and stillborn baby girl, son-in-law, Larry Moore, granddaughter, Kimberly Dawn Moore, great-granddaughter, Jessica Maria Cogswell, brothers-in-law, George Sitland and George Miles. The family would like to thank his longtime physician, Dr. John Kirkpatrick, Dr. Haddad and also the wonderful doctors, nurses and staff at the South Shore Regional Hospital.
Visitation for Enos will be held 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday in the W.J. Dooley Funeral Home, 107 Pleasant St., North Sydney. A funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Monday at St. John the Baptist Anglican Church with Rev. Carl Fraser officiating. Burial will follow at Lakeside Cemetery, North Sydney. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Heart & Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or St. John the Baptist Anglican Church. Online condolences may be sent to www.wjdooley.com
She is survived by her three children, George, Debbie, both at home, Florence (Robert) Campbell, Sydney Mines; grandson, Jason, at home; her grandchildren, Tommy, Denise, Carrie, Edward, Kelsey, Robert; six great-grandchildren; brothers, George and Gordon; sisters, Edna, Loretta, Gertie and Lillian. Carrie was predeceased by her husband, Percy, her daughter, Dianne, a daughter in infancy and sister, Phyllis.
Visitation for Carrie will be 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Monday in the W.J. Dooley Funeral Home, 107 Pleasant St., North Sydney. Funeral service will take place 3 p.m. Tuesday at St. John the Baptist Anglican Church, North Sydney, with Rev. Carl Fraser officiating. Burial will take place at Lakeside Cemetery, North Sydney.
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