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From Nova Scotia Newspapers

Halifax Herald
February 2010


BLACKMORE, Jessie Florence 90
of Dartmouth
The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, February 15, 2010

passed away peacefully, surrounded by family on February 13, 2010, in Dartmouth General Hospital. Born in Fortune, N.L., she was a daughter of the late Thomas and Bessie (Gillard) Grandy. She was a lifetime member of St. Mark's Church, Halifax. She enjoyed a good game of cards and loved to dance. She is the last surviving member of her immediate family. She is survived by sons, Howard (Pauline) Blackmore, Lower Sackville and Thomas (Linda) Blackmore, Dartmouth; grandchildren, Katherine, Howard, Steven, Thomas, Michelle "Mindy", Arnold, David, Rhonda and Mike and several great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by husband, Eneas; son, Frazer; brother, Bill Grandy and sister, Maude Mayo. Visitation will be held Wednesday, February 17, 2-4, 6-8 p.m. in J.A. Snow Funeral Home, 339 Lacewood Dr., Halifax. Funeral service will be held Thursday, February 18, at 11 a.m. in St. Mark's Anglican Church, Rev. Janet Hatt officiating. Burial in Fairview Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Oakwood Terrace or Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia. Special thanks to the staff of Oakwood Terrace and Dr. Gillis and the staff of 4W Dartmouth General for their care and compassion shown to Jessie and family. Please visit:

BOWSER, Ellen Marie
The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, February 18, 2010
Ellen Marie Bowser
surrounded by love, passed into God's grace on Tuesday, February 16, in Maplewood Manor in Alberton, P.E.I. in the presence of her daughter Christine and Ellen's best friend of more than 50 years, Kathy MacDonald. Ellen was born in Grand Bank, N.L. in 1942 to the late Michael and Sylvia Hackett. Ellen was predeceased by her adoring husband, Wayne Michael Bowser. Ellen is survived by her son, Kevin (Sandy), Kitchener, Ont.; loving and devoted daughters, Christine Ritchie, Portage, P.E.I. and Marie MacLeod (Andrew), Halifax; sisters, Joan Bartlett (Reg), Dartmouth; Patty Morgans, Australia and brother, Michael Hackett (Shirley), Lower Sackville. Ellen is also survived by her loving sister-in-law, Patricia DeYoung (Michael), Dartmouth; mother-in-law, Yvonne Bowser, Dartmouth. In addition, Ellen will be lovingly remembered by her many nieces and nephews. Ellen will be greatly missed and for all time honored by her grandchildren, Jeffrey, Morgan, Prince Edward Island; Sarah, Stephanie, Cilian, Kitchener, Ont.; Nicholas and Allan, Halifax.

While Ellen and Wayne raised their family in Dartmouth she worked at Bank of Nova Scotia and Central Trust. Ellen always enjoyed being the scorekeeper at all of the company ball games. When Ellen and Wayne relocated to Prince Edward Island in 1979 she continued her work in banking at Central Trust. She also became very involved in the Lions Club of Winsloe, P.E.I. as a Lioness. Ellen and Wayne moved to the Northwest Territories in 1987 where they lived and made many friends in Rankin Inlet, Iqaluit, Cape Dorset and Inuvik. Ellen retired after working for the Public Works Office in Iqaluit. Ellen and Wayne were not done their travels in Canada and moved once again to Edmonton, Alta. before retiring to their beloved Island. Mom will always be remembered as the most quiet and unfailing supporter of her family. Mom never judged and was always happy to quietly guide people in the right direction. If mistakes were made, not once would Mom hold them against you. Mom had a quiet strength that belied her demeanor. Remains are entrusted to Ferguson's Funeral Home in O'Leary, P.E.I. Cremation to take place and service will be held in St. Peter's Church in Dartmouth on Tuesday, February 23, at 12 p.m.

COOLEN, Sadie Lina 91
of Halifax
The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, February 15, 2010

died February 12, 2010, in Northwood Centre. Born in Bonavista, N.L., she was a daughter of the late Bert and Lucy (Abbott) Little. Sadie loved knitting and quilting. Her family was very important to her. Sadie enjoyed playing cards with her friends, and had been an active member of St. Phillip's Parish. She is survived by her sons, Roy (Mida), Edward (Jane), Robert (Jocelyn); daughter, Barbara (George); sisters, Verna Skiffington, Marjorie Mesh, Ivy Sharpe; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by husband, Levi; brothers, Roy, Sidney and Lloyd in infancy; sister, Mae. Cremation has taken place. Visitation will be held in Atlantic Funeral Home, 6552 Bayers Road, Halifax, on Tuesday, February 16th, from 7-9 p.m. A memorial service will be held Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. from St. Phillips Anglican Church, corner of Bayers Road and Connaught Avenue, Halifax. A reception will follow in the church hall. Burial will be in St. James Cemetery, Fox Point, following the reception. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to a charity of one's choice.

The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, May 12, 2010

91, St. John's, NL, passed away February 7, 2010. Cremation has taken place and visitation will be held Thursday from 7-9pm in Meteghan Funeral Home. Memorial Service will be held Friday at 11am at Stella Maris Church, Meteghan.

GRANDY, Eleanor Rose 83
of Halifax/ Noel
The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, February 7, 2020
passed away peacefully with her family by her side in the VG Site, QEII on Friday, February 5, 2010. Born in Fortune, N.L., she was the daughter of the late Raymond and Blanche (Wicks) Stoodley. Eleanor immigrated to Halifax from Newfoundland when she was 17 and eventually became an employee and head of the Seamstress department at the VG Hospital. After her marriage to Carl they spent over 38 years as part time (summer) and eventually full time residents of Noel. She was a member of Noel United Church. Surviving are daughter, Tina Rex of Kentville and her partner Larry Grant; grandchildren whom she adored, Jennifer, Andrea and Steven; brothers, Thomas (Theresa), Ken (Peggy) both of Ontario, and Raymond (Stella) of Newfoundland. Besides her husband Carl, she was predeceased by brothers, Frank and Eli. No visitation. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Monday, February 8, in Ettinger Funeral Home Chapel, Exit 10, Shubenacadie. Interment will take place in Noel Cemetery. Donations may be made to Kidney Foundation of Canada, Nova Scotia Branch. On-line condolences:

HATCHER, Martha Louise 93
Dykeland Lodge, Windsor
The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, February 12, 2010

passed away peacefully Wednesday, February 10, 2010. Born in Newfoundland, Martha was a daughter of the late Caleb and Sarah Thorne. Martha is survived by her sons, Bob (LeeAnn), West Gore; Jack (Kim), Calgary, Alta.; as well as sisters, Maud, Elizabith and Evelyn. Besides her parents, Martha was predeceased by husband, Jack; sisters, Doris, Jennett, Florette, and brother Robert. There will be no visitation or service by Martha's request. Donations may be made to Dykeland Lodge, Windsor. Cremation has taken place under the care and direction of Serenity Funeral Home 568 Main St., Wolfville, N.S. (902-542-4656). Donations or cards of sympathy may be sent to this address or on-line at:

HURLEY, Patrick J. 82, of Dartmouth,
The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, February 20, 2010

passed away Tuesday, February 16, 2010. He was born in the village of St. Catherine's in St. Mary's Bay, N.L. on November 4, 1927, and was predeceased by his parents, John and Catherine Hurley; brothers, Dennis and Augustine and his sister, Rita. He married the late Isabel Mercedes (Connors) Hurley on August 5, 1958. He is survived by his children, Sean Hurley of Dartmouth; Shamus Hurley of Cleveland, Ohio; Patricia Thomas of Porter's Lake; Tim Hurley of Moncton, N.B. and by grandchildren, Katherine, Matthew, Tamara, Regina, Kevin and Jason. He is also survived by his sisters, Mary MacDonald and Ellen Ann Lee and by his brother, John Hurley. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting that donations be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or Canadian Diabetes Association. Visitation was held Friday in Saint Vincent de Paul Parish in Dartmouth from 7-9 p.m. Funeral services will be held today, at 10 a.m. in Saint Vincent de Paul with burial taking place in Gate of Heaven Cemetery on Old Sackville Road immediately following a reception in the church.

MacKEEN, Beatrice May "Bea" 88
Somerset, Kings Co.
The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, February 2, 2010

passed away on Monday, February 1, 2010, in the Veteran's Unit of Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Beatrice was the daughter of William and Beatrice Beazley (Wandsworth, Newfoundland). She was born in Halifax, and returned to Newfoundland with her parents at an early age. She was a veteran of the Second World War, serving with the Royal Canadian Air Force for three and a half years. Following her discharge, she retired to Moncton, N.B., and worked with the T. Eaton Company.

She was married in 1949 to Charles "Chuck", who at the time was still employed with the Canadian Armed Forces. As a family they lived in a number of military bases across Canada including Whitehorse, Yukon; North Luffenham, England; Trenton, Ont.; Rockcliffe, Ottawa, Ont.; Rivers, Man., and Greenwood. After their retirement in 1972 they returned to Nova Scotia and settled in the Annapolis Valley in Kentville. She was an active member of the United Church of St. Paul and St. Stephen in Kentville and was also a member of the North End Unit of the UCW for 20 years. She was a life member of the Royal Canadian Legion. Kings Branch No. 6, Kentville and was a member of the Legion Ladies Auxiliary. She was awarded the two highest honours from the Royal Canadian Legion, the Meritorious Service Award in 1994 and the Palm Leaf in 1999.

She was predeceased by husband, Charles "Chuck"; son, David in infancy; brother, Bill and sister, Elizabeth (Drucy), both of Big Salmoner in N.L. She is survived by her sons, Bill, Medford; Charles, Kentville; Robert, Waverley; her older brother, George Beazley, Halifax; grandchildren, Mark, Fraser, Winnipeg, Man.; Ross, Robbie, Calgary, Alta., and Angela "Angie", Somerset; great-grandchildren, Michael, Paige, and Taylor Tracey (children of Angie).

She took great pleasure in sewing, crocheting and crafts, in volunteering her time helping others. In later years she enjoyed painting, first by numbers and a little free hand. Cremation has taken place and there will be no visitation by request. A combined Royal Canadian Legion service and funeral service followed by a reception will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, February 4, in White Family Funeral Home, Kentville, Rev. Dr. Randy Crozsman officiating. Burial will take place in Elm Grove Cemetery, Steam Mill, Kings Co. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory may be made to a charity of your choice. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to White Family Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Kentville. On-line condolences or inquiries may be directed to:

MURPHY, Mabel Sarah 75, of Halifax,
The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, February 26, 2010

passed away at home peacefully February 24, 2010, surrounded by her family. Born in New Perlican, N.L., she was a daughter of the late Willis and Eunice (White) Warren. Mabel worked for Sears for 25 years. She was a kind, loving woman who never shied away from any challenge ranging from renovating the family home, seamstress work and landscaping. Her pride and joy was spending quality time with her family, especially her grandchildren. She is survived by her loving husband of 56 years, Stanley B. Murphy; daughters, Judy (Joe) White, Brenda (Tom) Dobbin; sons, Chris (Karen) and Randy (Carolyn); brothers, Phil (Lona) Warren, Willis (Rose) Warren, Max (Lorraine) Warren; sisters, Eliza (Dean) Reeves, Edith (Ken) Booker; grandchildren, Adrian and Gregory White, Ryan and Natalie Dobbin, Matt and Alie Murphy, Emily and Rachael Murphy. The family would like to extend special thanks to the exceptional palliative care team, Monica, Margie, Beverley, Doreen, Lydia, Dave and Dr. Rutledge, who went above and beyond. She truly loved them. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Atlantic Funeral Home, 6552 Bayers Rd., Halifax, where visitation will be held 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday. Funeral service 10 a.m. Monday in Emmanuel Anglican Church, Herring Cove Road. Reception to follow. Private family interment in Oakridge Memory Gardens, Rev. Dianne Frye officiating. In lieu of flowers, donatons may be made to Canadian Cancer Society. On-line condolences may be sent by visiting:

PELLEY, Albert Jack
1936 - 2010.
The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, February 17, 2010
Jack "Mr. Newfoundland" Pelley
passed away peacefully in his sleep after a courageous battle with cancer at the VG Site, QEII, Halifax, on Saturday, February 13, 2010. Jack was born in Port Union, Trinity Bay, N.L. He was the second son of Jessie Pelley-Banfield and the late Alexander Pelley. Jack grew up in Port Union where he worked for the "The Fisherman's Advocate" as a Linotype Machinist for three years while completing high school. Jack then worked for the Fisherman's Union Trading Company before he joined the Royal Canadian Air force (RCAF) in Trenton, Ont. at the age of 20. He had a distinguished career with the RCAF serving in Ontario, Canada's North with NORAD and Halifax.

Jack retired from the RCAF in Halifax in 1970 to fulfill his lifelong passion of making the world a happier place by promoting his love for Newfoundland music and the rich culture we all share. He founded the Newfoundland Society of Nova Scotia in 1971. This led to the establishment of the first Newfoundland Club east of Toronto in 1971 on Inglis Street, Halifax. In his own words "The Newfoundland Club is a home away from home for all Newfoundlanders and those who wish they were."

Jack entered a new phase of his life in 1972. He was successful with negotiations to broadcast his down-home brand of Newfoundland music on CHFX-FM Radio, Halifax. The show began as a 30 minute program (Newfie 30). The popularity grew quickly and the radio station requested it be extended to 60 minutes. Radio station management now requested a new original name for the show and sought marketing ideas. Jack, keeping things simple, said the new name should be Newfie 30+30. In 1985 on Easter Sunday, Jack, having a severe case of laryngitis two hours before show time invited brother Richard to sit in to voice the program. The combination was a natural fit with both brothers co-hosting future shows. The show was in such great demand that syndication to other regions was inevitable. The syndicated program became "The Newfoundland Hour." When it reached its peak the show was on 59 radio stations from St. John's, NL. to New Westminster (Vancouver) B.C. During this time Jack also performed with his brother Richard in a musical comedy act "The Pelley Boys & I'se Da B'ys" performing in Atlantic Canada, Ontario and Quebec. The highlight of Jack's stage performances was together with Richard and The Rocky Island B'ys, sharing the stage as an opening act for Country music legend, Charlie Pride in Gaspe, Que.

Jack helped launch and support the careers of many Newfoundland artists such as, Harry Hibbs, Dick Nolan and Roy Payne and also provided an opportunity for Atlantic Canadian Musicians to have their recordings broadcast on mainstream radio. Jack was always humbled and forever thankful for his many "Friends and Neighbours" who faithfully tuned into the Newfoundland Hour each and every week. Jack shared his love for Newfoundland music and humour with everyone and anyone he would meet. With a sparkle in his eye and a constant smile on his face he would say "Newfoundland music is food for the soul and good for the feet." Jack continued this theme right up to the very end. During his last week with us he requested and received a Newfoundland sing-along in his hospital room, featuring "I'se Da By" and "Jack Was Every Inch A Sailor". He also shared a traditional Newfoundland meal of "Fish Brewis" with his brothers.

Jack was the beloved father of Michael Pelley, Halifax; Kevin (Beatrice), Fall River, and Adam Jack Pelley, Halifax; grandfather to Jerrod and James Pelley (Kevin & Beatrice), Fall River. Jack is also survived by stepdaughter, Marilyn Royston, Halifax; stepdaughter, Judy (Jack) Ford, Vancouver, B.C.; brother, Walter (Theresa) Pelley, North Sydney; brother, Alexander (June) Pelley, Fort Simpson, N.W.T.; Frederick (Angela) Pelley, Halifax; Richard (Janice) Pelley, Cole Harbour; sister, Betty Mason, Port Union, N.L.; sister, Judy Banfield, LaHave Manor, Bridgewater; sister-in-law, Ethel (Clayton) Pelley, Halifax; sister-in-law, Ann (Crawford) Pelley, Dayspring; former wife, Sandra Burgess-Pelley, Pleasantville, and many nieces, nephews and extended family and friends. Jack was predeceased by wife, Marjorie Thompson-Pelley (Halifax); brother, Clayton Pelley (Bedford); brother, Clyde Crawford Pelley (Bridgewater); stepfather, Captain William Banfield (North Sydney); sister, Jean House (St. John's N.L.). A heartfelt thank you from family members to the doctors and nurses at the VG Site QEII, Palliative Care Unit for their compassion and caring and members of All Nations Christian Reform Church, Halifax for their care, consideration, kindness and Christian fellowship to Brother Jack. A memorial service will be held in Jack's home church, All Nations Christian Reform Church, Halifax. The date for the service is to be advised. Jack's personal wish to transfer his remains to the Dalhousie Medical School has been fulfilled. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. On-line condolences may be sent to the family by forwarding an email to:
Jack you will be missed by all until we see you again.
"Long May Your Big Jib Draw"

PUSHIE, Elizabeth S. "Betty"
1929-2010 of Hawthorne Street, Antigonish
The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, February 16, 2010

passed away peacefully Monday, February 15, 2010, in R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home. Born in Cornerbrook, N.L. she was a daughter of the late Barlett and Richard Penny. She moved to Antigonish where she married her devoted husband of 58 years, Frederick Otto Pushie. Betty enjoyed a lengthy career in promoting the performing arts and had a lifelong interest in theatre, literature and music. Surviving are children, Allan (Jo-Anne), Dartmouth; Dana (Jane), Prince Edward Island; Liz Patten, Sackville; Arlene (Bill), New Glasgow; Suzette Jones, Ontario; 13 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, Fred and five siblings. Funeral 2 p.m. Wednesday in St. Ninian's Cathedral, Rev. Dennis Lamey presiding. Burial in the parish cemetery. Donations to the R.K. MacDonald Foundation or Canadian Diabetes Association.

STONE, Robert Keith Frampton 71
formerly of St. John's, N.L.
The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, February 10, 2010

passed away peacefully after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his loving family. Youngest son of the late Henry and Helen (Frampton) Stone. He was the loving and devoted husband of his loving wife, Elizabeth (Wells) for 47 years; father of Terry, St. John's; Robert (Lisa), Halifax, and Baby Keith (predeceased); proud grandfather of Connor, the newest joy of his life. Robert is also survived by his sister, Jean Donnelly (Douglas), Toronto, Ont.; Shirley Greene (Jerry, deceased), Paradise, N.L.; Beryl Reid (Jim), Fall River, and Gertrude Snow (John), St. John's, and sister-in-law, Joy Stone, Milton, Ont.; brothers-in-law, Bill Wells (Bernice), John Wells (Diane) and Alex Wells; sisters-in-law, Dorothy Harding (Earl), Lorraine Mastropietro (John), as well as numerous nephews and nieces; lifelong friends, Bruce and Shirley Hemmens; and his daughter-in-law's parents, Bob and Mazie Withrow. He was predeceased by his brothers, Gerald (Ruth) and Bill, and his parents-in-law, William and Edith Wells. Robert "Bob" will be fondly remembered for his love of his family and friends, his service to others, his strong sense of values, his personal strength, his faith in God that never faltered, and his fantastic sense of humour. He will be greatly missed but his memory will live on in the hearts and minds of family and friends. Cremation has taken place and a memorial service to celebrate his life will take place on Friday, February 12, at 10 a.m. in St. James Anglican Church, 2668 Joseph Howe Dr., Halifax, Rev. Canon Gillis officiating with a reception to follow in the parish hall. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the church. Funeral and burial to follow next week in St. John's, in the Anglican Cathedral. Special thanks to the nurses and staff at VG Site, QEII, floor 5A Palliative Care for their professionalism, compassion and support.

WHITTLE, Thomas James 88, Halifax.
The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, February 23, 2010

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our dear father. Born in Harbour Breton, N.L. on February 27, 1921, to the late Edward and Elizabeth Whittle. Thomas will be remembered as a loving father, grandfather and a great story teller. He was a fisherman all of his life and during the war he served with the Merchant Marines. He will be greatly missed and never forgotten by sons, Thomas (Claire), Ralph; daughters, Geraldine (Bernie) MacDonald; Gladys (Ken) Christopher; grandchildren, John, Helena, Judy, Bernie, Charlene, Lee Ann, Deanie, Nancy, Michael, Cynthia and Evan; 21 great-grandchildren; brothers, John, Newfoundland; David (Jessie), Lower Sackville; sisters, Marjorie, Martha, Mary Ellen and Gertrude, all of Newfoundland; extended family and many friends. He was predeceased by the love of his life, wife, Helena (Farrell); granddaughter, Karen Christopher; great-granddaughter, Jocelyn; daughters-in-law, Cheryl Stoddard and Cathy MacLeod; brothers, Peter and Reginald. Arrangements are under the direction of J. A. Walker Funeral Home (2005) Ltd. 149 Herring Cove Rd., Spryfield, (477-5601) where visitation will be held on Wednesday, February 24, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A service of remembrance will be held on Thursday, February 25, at 1 p.m. from the funeral home chapel, with interment to follow in Fairview Lawn Cemetery. Words of comfort may be sent to the family by visiting:

WINCHESTER (Tobin), Margaret "Tobey" 85
The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, February 27, 2010

of Halifax, much loved best friend, wife, loving mother and cherished grandmother, passed away on February 24, 2010, in the QEII Health Sciences Centre. She was born in Manuels, N.L., September 21, 1924, the daughter of the late Patrick and Julia (Warford) Tobin. During Second World War, Margaret served with the Canadian Women's Army Corps and she was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Vimy 27 in Halifax.

Margaret is survived by her daughters, Penny, Murray, Mike and Catherine (Jackson) of Ottawa; Patti, Franco and Samantha (DiFrancescantonio) of Halifax; Julie, Vincent and Emma (Reilly) of Cole Harbour; and her brother Kevin (Mary) Tobin of Manuels, N.L.; as well as her many nieces and nephews across Canada. She was a quiet woman with an unwavering faith in God. Her life was centered around her family, especially her three daughters and her little dog Lydia. Mom will be truly remembered with love by her grandchildren. She will be greatly missed by her daughters, her family and all who knew her. She will always be in our hearts. Predeceased by husband of 57 years, Charles (Bus); son, Peter; father and mother, Patrick and Julia Tobin; brother, Walter; sisters, Annie (Nance), Stella, all of Manuels, N.L.; Rita of Toronto, Ont. Special thanks to the QEII nursing and medical staff for the wonderful care that Mom received at the Geriatic Assessment Unit and to the staff and residents at the Berkeley Gladstone, especially her mealtime friends. Visitation will take place on Sunday, February 28, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. in Atlantic Funeral Home, 6555 Bayers Road, Halifax. Her life will be celebrated with a funeral mass to be held in St. Catherine of Sienna Parish, 6476 Bayers Rd., on Monday, March 1, at 11 a.m. Reception to follow in the Parish Hall. Private family interment, Memorial Gardens, Dartmouth. At the family's request, no flowers please. Donations may be made to The Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia and the Canadian Cancer Society. Uniformed Honour Guard from the Royal Canadian Legion requested.



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