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Clyde was a photographer, organist, teacher and author. He taught in Cape Breton, Toronto, Newfoundland and London, England, He had worked as organist at First United Church and St. Bartholomew's Church both in Louisbourg. Clyde was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 62, Louisbourg. Before his illness progressed he was a volunteer working with the "Louisbourg Seagull." Many of his photographs have graced the cover of the "Seagull". Clyde has been a lay reader in the Anglican Church of Canada and spent a lot time studying the Bible and history. He authored two books and was currently working on a third, "Newfoundlanders in Louisbourg." He also wrote a column about Louisbourg once a month for the "Cape Breton Community Post." He is survived by his friends, Jon and Cathy Lawrence. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his brothers, Raymond Jr. and Gilbert Dollimount, a sister in infancy. Cremation had taken place. There will be no visitation or funeral service by request. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of ...
DUNN, Unetha Jeannette (Clarke-Slade-Laffin)
LEONARD, Edna G. (Heffernan)
She is survived by two daughters, Judith (Judy) Cyples; Debra (Debbie) Taylor (Patrick); one son, Richard Leonard (Heather); grandchildren, Billie and Gary Cyples, Keri (Erik Jensen), Krista, twins Kyle and Katie Taylor, Erika (Christian Sykora), Andrew Leonard; great-grandchildren, Jillian, Ava, Sofia, Ella, Jakob, Zoey; great-great-grandchildren, Nathan, Natalie, Landon, Lucas. Also survived by her sister Gwen, Toronto, Ont., Shirley, North Vancouver, B.C., and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Harold J. (Dick) Leonard, sister, Marjorie, brothers-in-law, Joe and George, Garfield and Fred, brothers, Bramwell and Edward Heffernan, who met death tragically in 1933, son-in-law Bill and nephew, Randy.
Body resting at J.A. Snow Funeral Home, 339 Lacewood Dr., Halifax. Visitation will be held Wednesday, June 24, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral service will be held at West End Baptist Church, 1986 Preston St., Halifax, on Thursday, June 25 at 11 .a.m., with reception to follow. Burial following Reception at Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Lower Sackville. Donations can be made to Salvation Army, Barrington Street or West End Baptist Church.
Special thanks to our friends and family for their support during this difficult time. To Bev Douglas, Unit manager of 9 Abbie Lane and her outstanding nursing staff for the kindness shown to our mother. Also thank you to medical staff of Geriatric Assessment Unit.
To leave an online condolence, please visit: www.jasnowfuneralhome.com
MORRIS, Douglas Roy
Douglas was born in Robinsons, Nfld., the son of William and Caroline (Shears) Morris. He followed a family tradition with a love of the sea and in the footsteps of his maternal uncles noted sailing masters. Douglas distinguished himself as a marine engineer sailing most oceans and visited most continents while sailing world wide. He became senior chief engineer for over 40 years with Marine Atlantic and retired in 1990 to enjoy all that nature had to offer on his beautiful and well loved acreage, marveling each and every day at it's beauty. This was the place he enjoyed while listening to his extensive record collection; always welcoming friends and family with great impromptu sing-alongs. Douglas was an active participant in all community life.
As we mourn the loss of Douglas we celebrate his life with gratitude and love in his memory let us all reach out to one another with an act of kindness.
A graveside service will be held on 2 p.m. Monday, June 8th at St. Bees' Cemetery, Westville with the Rev. Marilyn Haugen-Strand officiating.
Condolences may be made at www.eaglesfuneralhome.ca
WILLIAMSON, Marion Ivy
Surviving are her husband, Cyril; daughters, Brenda Williamson (Rod Watkins), Albert Bridge and Susan Williamson (Wayne MacIntyre), Sackville; brother, Malcolm, Moncton, N.B.; grandchildren, Christa (Tommy) Trainor, Lindsey, Jessica and Cyril MacDonald, Alicia, Caleb, Breanna and Dakota Lloyd and three great-grandchildren. Ivy was predeceased by her brothers, Donald and Harold, as well as twin sisters and a brother in infancy.
Visitation will take place at Sydney Memorial Chapel on Tuesday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. A memorial service will be held in the chapel on Wednesday 1 p.m., with Rev. Dana Feltmate officiating. Interment in Alfred Smith Cemetery. The family would like to express sincere thanks to the staff of Scotia Lane at Celtic Court for the excellent care and compassion provided to Ivy. Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia or the Diabetes Association of Nova Scotia. Words of comfort can be sent to the family at www.sydneymemorialchapel.ca or email email@example.com
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