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BARTLETT, Bruce M.
He is survived by his wife, Isabel Bartlett; daughters, Elizabeth (Wayne) Schnare, Eastern Passage; Kimberley (Randy Webber) Bartlett, Dartmouth; son, Bruce Bartlett, New Brunswick; stepsons, Robert (Leza) Brown, Ontario; David (Paulette) Brown, Lower Sackville; Stephen (Sheila) Brown, Enfield; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; six stepgrandchildren; three step great-grandchildren; special nieces, Erin Mason, Kentville, and Jessica Mason, Dartmouth. Cremation has taken place and a private family service will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Palliative Care Unit of Dartmouth General Hospital.On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.atlanticfuneralhomes.com
BOULOS, Joseph Berchmans Boulos
He attended St. Francis Xavier University and graduated from Dalhousie with a B.Sc. in 1948. He received his medical degree (MB BCH BAO) from the National University of Galway, Ireland, in 1954. He then went to Michigan (Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids, U.S.A.) to specialize in obstetrics and gynaecology, where he received his fellowship degree (FRCS) in 1959. Following his specialty he returned to his native land, St. John's, N.L., and practiced medicine where he became well-known and loved throughout the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Illness befell him in the late 1960s, and he was forced to give up his loved practice of obstetrics in the 1980s. He received transplant in 1986 in London, Ont., at the good age of 64. Following his transplant surgery, he returned with gusto to pursue his special interest in a specialized field of surgery - cryosurgery. He continued to practise his beloved medicine with devotion to his patients until 1994 when he retired. He was the oldest recipient of a heart transplant in Canada and retained good health for 20 years enabling him to continue his lifelong dreams.
He is survived
by his wife of 52 years, Philomena E. Murphy, formerly of Galway, Ireland;
daughters, Dr. Carolyn Boulos and Deirdre Broude; sons, Albert and Cieran
Boulos; grandchildren, Krista, Daniel, James, Robert, Zachary, Connor, Sarah,
Amber, Madison, and Aidan. Also left to mourn are his only living sibling,
beloved older brother, Albert and wife Maisie, and many nieces and nephews.
He will be deeply missed by a wealth of good friends. Friends will be received
in Atlantic Funeral Home, 6552 Bayers Rd., Halifax, for visitation today from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Mass of Christian
Burial will be celebrated 10 a.m. Wednesday in Saint Benedict Parish, Our Lady
of Perpetual Help Church, 2 Melody Dr., Halifax. Reception to follow in the
church hall. Private family interment in Dartmouth Memorial Gardens. In lieu
of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova
Scotia, 5161 George St., Floor 7, Halifax, NS B3J 1M7. On-line condolences
may be sent to the family by visiting: www.atlanticfuneralhomes.com
BOUTCHER, Roy Terrance
He saw service with the Merchant Marine and the Royal Canadian Navy. He was later employed in the fishing industry and retired due to ill health. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch No. 23, Lunenburg.
He is survived by his loving wife, Margaret "Margie" (Lantz-Graversgaard); son, Cecil (Monica); daughters, Eilene (Glenn) Meisner, Donna (Martin) Smith; brother, Elwin (Lillian) Boutcher, Come By Chance, N.L.; grandchildren, Terry, Tony and Jordan Boutcher, Dylan and Erin Meisner, Joe Parsons, Martin Smith Jr.; great-grandchildren, Ashton and Sarah Boutcher, Emma and Abby Smith; stepdaughters, Shirley (Tom) Cohoon, Geraldine (Dennis) Thibeau; stepsons, Dana (Mary) Graversgaard, Peter Graversgaard; stepgrandchildren, Amber, Ashley and Amy Cohoon, Jason and Kyle Thibeau. Visiting will be 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. today in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday in St. James' Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Ian Wissler officiating. Burial will be in Park Cemetery, Mahone Bay. Memorial donations may be made to the ALS Society of Nova Scotia or Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia through Mahone Funeral Home (902) 624-8241 or www.mahonefuneral.ca Many thanks to the doctors and staff of the Intensive Care Unit at South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater, and the Victorian Order of Nurses, Lunenburg County Branch.
CANNING, Sarah Margaret "Marg"
Margaret was a dedicated employee of Sears Canada for 43 years, retiring in 1988. She was a long-time member of the Newfoundland Club. Margaret was a gentle, compassionate and loving woman with a wonderful sense of humour and a kind thought and word for all. She was truly an inspiration to those of us blessed to know her.
Margaret is also survived by sisters, Alice Leights, Bedford;
Phoebe Keefe, Ecum Secum; brothers, Harold (Triffie), Halifax; Frank (Lucy),
Belleoram, N.L.; and by son-in-law, Stephen Oickle, as well as several nieces
and nephews. She was predeceased by her brother, Abraham, and sister, Vera.
There will be no visitation by request. A celebration of Margaret's life
will be held in J.A. Snow Funeral Home Chapel, 2666 Windsor St., Halifax, at
10 a.m. Thursday, April 5. Reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, please
consider making donations in her memory to the QEII Foundation.
CLEMENTS, Cyril M.
Cyril served in the Royal Navy during the Second World War and was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion in Newfoundland and most recently the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 20, Digby. He lived most of his life in Newfoundland, except the past eight years were spent in Digby.
Cyril is survived by his loving wife, Gwen (Tobin), Digby; daughters, Lorrine Bell, with whom they resided, and Eileen (Bernie) Morin, Courtenay, B.C.; grandchildren, Charlene, Kimberly, Nanette, Jason, and Myles; two great-grandchildren; brother, David, Botwood, N.L.; special nephew, Bernie Gardiner, and many other nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by brothers, Pat, Harold, and Vincent; sisters, Mae, Kay, and Josephine. There will be no visitation by family request. Cremation has taken place. A graveside service in Cyril's memory will be held 1 p.m. Thursday, April 12, in Madonna Cemetery, Marshalltown, Father Keith Billard officiating. Donations may be made to a charity of your choice. Funeral arrangements are under the care and direction of Serenity Funeral Home and Crematorium, P.O. Box 239, Port Williams, NS B0P 1T0. Cards of condolence may be sent to this address or on-line at: firstname.lastname@example.org
COOMBS, Myrtle Jean
Myrtle worked for a few years as a teacher in Newfoundland before moving to Halifax in 1952. She was employed at Sears for over 30 years before her retirement in 1988, and she had many friends and really enjoyed working there. She loved to spend time with her family and friends, and spent many summers with all of them at "the camp". She liked to knit and crochet, and had a love of music. She also loved to read and have a good cup of tea. Her absolute favorite thing was spending time with her granddaughter. She treasured the years she had with her.
She was a very kind and generous woman, and took great pleasure in giving. She was a member of Emmanuel Church and also a part of the Emmanuel Ladies Fellowship group for many, many years. She had a strong belief in God and her faith.
She will be greatly missed by her loving and only daughter, Sharon; son-in-law, Lenard, and her "Pride and Joy", her only granddaughter, Hailey. She was predeceased by her husband, William "Bill", in April 2006. Arrangements have been entrusted to Atlantic Funeral Home, 6552 Bayers Rd., Halifax, where visitation will be held today from 7-9 p.m., and Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be held on Monday, April 23, at 11 a.m. in Emmanuel Anglican Church, 322 Herring Cove Rd., Spryfield, Rev. Dianne Brett-Frye officiating. Interment to follow in Oakridge Memory Gardens, Lower Sackville. Flowers are welcome. Donations in Myrtle's memory may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, Emmanuel Anglican Church Building Fund or charity of choice.
Heartfelt thanks to all the staff at Maplestone Enhanced Care for their care, concern and friendship over the last 10 months, she also appreciated and cared about all of you. Mom was a very gentle woman, a wonderful mother, wife, grandmother and friend, and above all else, she was "Always a Lady". We will love you and miss you forever.
Born in Port Aux Basque, N.L. on November 26, 1923, he was a son of the late George Thomas and Annie (Vardy) Genge. He spent his early years in Southport, P.E.I., and following the war he worked with the Canadian National Railway, when he met his wife to be, Joan. Shortly after he enlisted with the Royal Canadian Air Force, until retirement in 1973. He then returned to Prince Edward Island and worked at Cavendish Farms in New Annan until his last retirement in 1988. His favourite pastimes included gardening, fishing, spending time with family and friends and playing cards. The family extends special thanks to the doctors and staff of the Palliative Care Unit of Prince County Hospital.
He will be lovingly remembered and missed by his children, Joanne Dell, Summerside; Charles, Ottawa, Ont.; Kathy (Brian) Tuck, Red Dear, Alta.; Lisa (Mark) Durling, Stewiacke, and Douglas, Kensington; grandchildren, Ryan Dell, Adam Dell, Redmond Tuck and Keeley Tuck, all of Alberta, and brother, Raymond, Cape Breton. He was the husband of the late Joan (Moore) Genge, who predeceased him on December 20, 2006. He was also predeceased by son, David; brothers, Morley, George and Roland, and sisters, Beatrice and Muriel. Resting in Davison Funeral Home, Kensington, for visitation on Monday from 10:30 a.m. until the time of the funeral service in Davison Funeral Home Chapel at 11:30 a.m., which will be immediately followed by a Legion Memorial Service conducted by Comrades of the Lt. Col. E.W. Johnstone Branch No. 9 Royal Canadian Legion, Kensington. Interment in Clifton Cemetery, Stratford. If so desired, contributions may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Prince County Hospital Foundation. www.davisonfh.com
HARVEY, Rosa May
Educated in Carbonear, N.L., her love and pursuit of educational opportunities took her to Memorial, Mount A., McGill, Dalhousie and Acadia universities. Rosa's early career was in social work in Montreal. Later she enjoyed a teaching career which spanned 30 years and was well-known for her devotion to children with special needs.
Rosa had a passion for traveling and experiencing many cultures around the world. Her significant contributions to her community resulted in her being the recipient of numerous awards some of which are as follows: she was named a Paul Harris Fellow by Rotary International; "Lifetime Community Award" to honor and celebrate the life of a Mount Allison Alumnus in recognition of achievement to people who serve as role models to students; Provincial Volunteer Award for the town of Middleton in 1991; The Queen Elizabeth Golden Jubilee Medal in 1993.
Rosa was the chairperson and driving force behind the Middleton and Area Friends of the Library Society which resulted in the renaming of the Middleton Library in 2006 to become the Rosa M. Harvey Library (Middleton Area). Some of her other achievements were: Chair of the Board of Trustees of St. John's United Church; Chair for the committee for establishing a nursing home in Middleton; past regent and other offices in the I.O.D.E., as well as many other volunteer organizations.
She is survived by her husband, Charles; son, Dan (Joan), Ottawa, Ont.; daughters, Penney Jean (Robert) Stevens, Toronto, Ont.; Gayle Harvey, Halifax; and Lee-Ann (Hal) Baird, New Minas; grandchildren, Christopher, Sarah Jane, Jeff, Mark, Cheryl, Haley and Evan. A Celebration of Rosa's Life will be held at a later date in St. John's United Church, Middleton. Donations in memory may be made to Friends of the Rosa M. Harvey Middleton & Area Library, Mount Allison University or Hants Aquatic Centre Society, Windsor. On-line condolences may be sent to: middletonfuneralhome.com
HOLMANS, William John "Bill"
As a young boy he worked with his father as a fisherman in Newfoundland. He then sailed with Imperial Oil, Marine Division, until he joined Texaco Canada Refinery in Eastern Passage from where he retired in 1987. He enjoyed camping, fishing and sailing on Grand Lake. Together with his wife, he took care of breakfast and lunch at home for both his grandchildren and their many friends who passed through on school days. His friendly and easy going and cheerful nature brought many smiles to everyone he met along his path. Hurricane Juan started a tradition of gatherings for hot coffee, treats, great conversation and lasting memories with neighbours in his garage.
He is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 49 years, the former Florence Rodenhiser, of Dayspring; adoring daughter, Susan Frances (Shawn Gerrard); granddaughters, Natasha Tonks and Crystal Holmans; sisters, Sara Strickland, Port-aux-Basques, N.L.; Elsie (Albert) Drover; brother, Philip (Nancy), Musquodoboit Harbour; half-sisters, Patsy (Butch) Foley, Kentville; Donna, Wolfville/Belleoram; half-brothers, George (Joyce), Halifax; Jerry (Barb), Dartmouth; Bud (Anne), Alberta; Wayne (Linda), Moncton; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by stepmother, Carrie; stepbrother, Clayton Poole, and stepsister, Ruth Dicks. He will be forever missed by family and friends. Cremation has taken place. A church service to celebrate Bill's life will be held in St. Luke's Anglican Church, 9 Veteran's Ave., Dartmouth, on Tuesday, April 24, at 2 p.m., officiated by Rev. Carolyn Tomblin. Reception will follow in the church hall. Private family committal will follow at a later date. Family flowers only. Donations can be made to United Ostomy Association, Halifax Chapter, c/o Jean Humphreys, 16 Westbrook Ave., Dartmouth, NS B3A 1R4, or a charity of choice. On-line condolences can be made to: email@example.com
ISAACS, Rev. Hubert "John"
John's first vocation was as a school teacher in rural Newfoundland. John went on to study at Memorial University (Queen's College), University of Toronto (Trinity College), University of Saskatchewan (St. Chad's College) and McGill University, culminating his studies by obtaining his Master's degree in Divinity. John served as an Anglican parish priest in Montreal at St. Thomas Westmount, St. Stephens Lachine, and St. Andrews Dorval, as well as in Toronto at St. Simons Highland Creek. John retired from active church life in 1981. John then served as assistant parish priest at St. Judes Wexford until 1991.
John will be greatly missed by his wife, Marguerite (Hall); daughter, Jenepher; sons, Gregory (wife Patricia), Thomas (wife Julia). "Papa" will be remembered lovingly by his grandchildren, Rachael, Brian, Mark, Jesse, Sarah, Christopher, Nicholas and Jason. For the last 28 years
John and Marguerite have spent summers in their seaside cottage, "Isaacs Hall", in Green Bay, Petite Riviere. While there, they enjoyed frequent visits from family and friends while spending countless afternoons and evenings full of goodhearted fun playing cards (cribbage, euchre and 45's). John and Marguerite were known for their walks up and down Green Bay Road. Even two recent hurricanes (Hortenz and Juan) couldn't keep them away from their beloved "Isaacs Hall".
A private family ceremony was held on Friday, April 13. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made through Wagg Funeral Home, 216 Queen St., Port Perry, Ont. (905-985-2171), to St. Michaels Anglican Church, Petite Riviere, NS B0J 2P0. On-line condolences may be left at: www.waggfuneralhome.com
ISAACS, Renee Edith
She is survived by sons, Alvin, British Columbia; Keith, Halifax; Milton (Carla), Bedford; daughter, Beverley (Ron), Waverley; brothers, Edwin (Ida) Grandy, Claude Grandy, both of Halifax; grandchildren, Amber McInnis, Alissa Isaacs, Jessica and Jacqueline Stevens, Thomas and Shannon Isaacs; great-grandchildren, Mercedes, Samantha and Anthony McInnis; numerous nieces and nephew. She was predeceased by her husband, Leslie Kenneth Isaacs. Visitation will be held 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, May 1, in Atlantic Funeral Home, 6552 Bayers Rd., Halifax. Funeral service will be held Wednesday May 2, at 1 p.m. in The Salvation Army Fairview Citadel. Reception immediately following the service. Burial in Oakridge Memory Gardens, Lower Sackville. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Fairview Citadel Building Fund. On-line condolences at: www.atlanticfuneralhomes.com
Ivan is survived by his children, Elizabeth (Cyril) Ash, Fort Mills, S.C.; Marilyn (Leonard) Askew, Brookside; Barry (Stella), Moncton; sister, Alice Keeping, Sydney; eight grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, two stepgrandchildren and three step great-grandchildren. Ivan was predeceased by his wife, Myrtle, and son, Gerald "Fred".
During the Second World War, Ivan served with the Merchant Marine. Ivan loved working with his hands and enjoyed building boats out of wood. He also enjoyed having visits by his children and grandchildren.
Visitation will be 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Thursday in Atlantic Funeral Home, 6552 Bayers Rd., Halifax. Funeral service will be 10 a.m. Friday, April 13, in St. Margaret of Scotland Church, 3751 Robie St., Halifax, Archdeacon Dianne Parker officiating. Reception to follow in the church hall. Burial in Oakridge Memory Gardens, Lower Sackville. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Ivan's memory to the Canadian Liver Foundation, Halifax Chapter. On-line condolences may be sent to the family by visiting: www.atlanticfuneralhomes.com
KINSLOW, CARA E.
She was a member of Young at Heart Club of the Golden
Age Social Centre, Spryfield. She is survived by two daughters, Jane (Mrs.
George Brine), Hillsvale; Shirley Lee, at home; a brother, Hebert, Prince Edward
Island; two sisters, Mrs. Gordon Dicks, Lower Sackville; Mrs. Lottie Dicks,
Fairview; three grandchildren; a great-grandson. She was predeceased by her
husband, Cecil; two brothers, Lewis, John; and infant sister, Violet. The body
is in J. Albert Walker Funeral Home, Halifax. Funeral 2 p.m. today in Emmanuel
Anglican Church, Spryfield, Rev. James Purchase officating. Burial will be
in Fairview Cemetery. Donations may be made to Anglican Church Memorial Fund,
or Golden Age Social Centre Memorial Fund.
LAWRENCE, James Alexander "Sandy",
B.Sc., MD, CM
He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Emma (Quinton); daughter, Leslie (Ross) McLean, Halifax; sons, Ian (Valerie), Granville Centre; Peter (Marianne), Granville Ferry; grandchildren, Jesse, Leah (Adam), Alexander (Maksym), and Quinton; sisters, Jean Palmer, Quispamsis, N.B.; Ruth Hodgins, London, Ont.; several nieces and nephews. Cremation has taken place under the care and direction of Kaulbach Family Funeral Home, Annapolis Royal, where visiting will be held 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Saturday. A Service of Thanksgiving for his life will be held 2 p.m. Sunday in St. George and St. Andrew United Church of Canada with Rev. Robert McCarthy officiating. Interment will be at a later date in Woodlawn Cemetery, Annapolis Royal. Family flowers only. Donations in memory may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia, Annapolis Community Health Centre or a charity of one's choice. E-mail condolences may be sent to: KAULBACHFH@ns.aliantzinc.ca
MORGAN, Anthony Frederick "Tony"
He is survived by his wife, the former Daisy MacInnis; daughter, Christine (Vincent) Corkum, Stony Plain, Alta.; son, Anthony "Tony" (Tammy), Grand Prairie, Alta.; sister, Doreen, Ontario; brothers, Horace, David, Wayne and Stan, all of Newfoundland; Edward and Gordon, both of Ontario; grandchildren, Anita, Jenny, Andrew, and Brittany; several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by eight brothers and sisters. Visitation will be held from 7-9 p.m. Thursday, April 26, in White Family Funeral Home, Kentville, where the funeral service, followed by a reception, will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, April 27, Rev. David Elliott officiating. Burial will take place in Habitant Cemetery. Donations in memory may be made to the Parkinson Society of Canada, Maritime Region, or Evergreen Home for Special Care. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to White Family Funeral Home, Kentville. On-line inquiries may be directed to: www.whitefamilyfuneralhome.com
OSMOND, Mabel I.
Mabel worked at 3's Company Hair Design for many years until her retirement in 1999. Prior to moving in with her daughter, Virginia, Mabel resided at Sackville Manor, where she enjoyed Friday night bingo and Thursday evening dinners with family and friends. Mabel was a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who cherished every moment spent with her family. She especially enjoyed the special attention and pampering she received from her daughter Virginia's partner, Ron Gaudet.
She is survived by daughter, Brenda (Vincent) Brimicombe, Wellington; son, Brian (Cathy) Osmond; daughter, Marjorie Joudrey, all of Dartmouth; daughter, Virginia Osmond, West Chezzetcook; sisters, Jane (Ed) Hannigan, Hilda Marsh, Gertie Bonnar, Joyce (Hugh) MacPhee, Emma (Les) Matthews, Debbie (Oscar) Arsenault; brothers, Burge (Catherine) Penney, Steward (Noreen) Penney; grandchildren, Jennifer, Kimberley, Christopher, Shawn, Crystal, David; stepgranddaughter, Michelle; 18 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Samuel Osmond; sisters, Lena, Dolorice, Dorothy "Dot" MacDougall; brothers, Sam, Tren, and Robert. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Atlantic Funeral Home, 771 Main St., Dartmouth, where visitation will be held 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. today. Funeral service 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the funeral home chapel, Rev. Patricia Malin officiating. Burial in Dartmouth Memorial Gardens. Reception to follow. Donations in memory may be made to the Lung Association of Nova Scotia or Canadian Association of Transplantation (www.transplant.ca). On-line condolences may be sent by visiting: www.atlanticfuneralhomes.com
REID, Valerie Marlene
Marlene worked at the IWK Health Centre as a health records technician at the time of her death. She enjoyed boating, walking and yoga; anything that relaxed her and brought her close to nature.
Marlene is survived by sons, David, Jamie, both of Halifax; stepsons, Kelly, Budapest, Hungary; Shawn, Philadelphia; sisters, Louise (Bernard) Dooley, Long Pond, N.L.; Belinda (Rex) Payne, Fogo, N.L.; Wilhelmina (Glen) Decker, Guelph, Ont.; brothers, Hedley (Kathy) Chatman, Halifax; Derrick (Daphne) Chatman, Yellowknife, N.W.T.; Douglas (Christine) Chatman, St. John's, N.L.; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Levi Rex (March 3, 2007); son, Shane. Arrangements have been entrusted to Atlantic Funeral Home, 6552 Bayers Rd., Halifax, where the funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday, Rev. James Haughn officiating. Reception to follow in Atlantic Funeral Home Family Reception Centre. Flowers or donations in Marlene's memory to Canadian Cancer Society, 1-5826 South St., Halifax, NS B3H 1S6, or a charity of one's choice are welcomed. On-line condolences may be sent to the family by visiting: www.atlanticfuneralhomes.com
As she had hoped, Mom died peacefully in the comfort of her own bed, at home in Halifax. Our dear mother was the third child of Rhoda and Tom Lake, Newfoundlanders who had moved to Whitney Pier, Sydney, Cape Breton. Gladys is survived by two of her sisters, Dorothy and Vida. Mom was predeceased by her brother, Clarence, and her sister, Genevra "Jenny".
Gladys grew up in Sydney, graduated from Sydney Academy, then moved into a career in nursing, earning her RN from Sydney City Hospital in 1945. After a brief stint traveling in Canada, Mom and her nursing friend Helen returned to Nova Scotia's South Shore where each met a handsome young man and married. Not long after, Jim and Gladys' first child, Dorothy (Roy), was born. Then came Tom (Debby) and Dan (Janet), and after a brief pause (five years), along came John (Wendy). By this time the Rudolphs were settled in Halifax and Mom resumed her nursing career, looking after many, many newborns on the night shift as Head Nurse of Unit B at the Grace Maternity.
Devoted to family and to her career, Gladys organized the household and everyone knew clearly whose turn it was to do chores or to say the grace at mealtime. After her retirement, Gladys focused on family including grandchildren (Jamie, Gary, Gwen, Julia, Hilary, and Joel), church, and her lovely home in Halifax. People always commented on Gladys' ability to keep the place just perfect.
Mom was our number one cheerleader, and we are so appreciative of her loving care for each of us over her 84 years. We would like to thank the wonderful, caring staff at the QEII Emergency Unit, and also the staff who helped Gladys with her many needs on Floors 4, 5, and 7 and at the Restorative Care Unit in the veterans wing where Mom spent some time during the last few years. A very special thanks and heartfelt appreciation go to Dr. Rex Langdon for his care and home visits. We are also indebted to the kindness of Mom's neighbours, especially Rory and Donna and Patricia Martin, and to Mom's Newfoundland Angels, her caregivers Cathy Chaisson and Gloria Mauger, without whom Mom would not have been able to enjoy her last days in the comfort of her home. Thank you Rev. Rod Gillis for your support and prayers, and for bringing communion to Gladys, in her sun porch! Mom, we know that you are at peace in God's loving embrace. It's easy for us to imagine one more smiling angel in Heaven's glorious choir.
Visitation will be in J.A. Snow Funeral Home on Windsor Street on Tuesday, April 10, from 2-4 and 7-8:30 p.m.; funeral service at 1 p.m. Wednesday in St. James Anglican Church at the Rotary, Rev. Rod Gillis officiating. Family flowers only. Memorial donations may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Atlantic Division, the QEII Foundation, or charity of your choice.
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