FACEY, Gladys, W.
Passed peacefully away at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown,
Prince Edward Island, on Sunday, August 3, 2008, age
85. Daughter of the late Leonard and Janet Sheppard, Harbour
Grace South, Newfoundland, she is predeceased by her five sisters and three
brothers. Survived by her loving husband of 64 years, Noel S. Facey,
sons Noel (Beverly), Tony (Linda);
daughters Beverley (Sidney Peddle), Janet (John Prentice), sisters-in-law
Doreen Facey (St. John's) and Patricia Facey (England), brother-in-law,
Roy Ash (St. John's), 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
She also leaves a large circle of nieces, nephews and close friends,
including special friend Ramona Woolridge, Corner Brook, Newfoundland.
A funeral service will be held in Prince Edward Island at St. Mark's
Anglican Church, South Rustico, on Tuesday, August 5, at 7 p.m. Burial
will take place in Newfoundland at a later date. No flowers by request.
Memorial donations may be made to the Janeway Children's Hospital, St.
HARDING, David Glen
42, Charlottetown, P.E.I., passed away suddenly on Friday, August
1, 2008, while on vacation in the Iles-de-la- Madeline, Quebec. Born in
Norris Point, N.L., David is the youngest child of
Don and Rosamond Harding of Bedford, N.S. David's passions in life
were his family, friends, colleagues and students. David is survived
by sons Andrew and Joshua and their mother, Debbie; his parents, Donald
and Rosamond Harding, Bedford, N.S.; brothers Wade Harding (Karen)
Bedford, N.S.; Dennis Harding, (Lorraine) Cambridge, Ontario; sister
Glenda Eddy (Roger) Revelstoke, B.C.; father- and mother-in-law Ernest
and Stella Bishop, Heart's Delight, N.L.; sister-in-law Denise Noseworthy
(Dave) Virginia, U.S.; brother-in-law Gregory Bishop (Valerie), St.
John's, N.L. David was the program manager of the Tourism and Culinary
Centre of Holland College where he has worked for 12 years. David led
a very active personal and professional life and was a member of numerous
associations and boards. He was also in the process of completing his
masters of business administration. David was instrumental in establishing
the Culinary Institute of Canada as one of the premiere culinary schools
in the world. He will be lovingly remembered by his nieces and nephews;
Vanessa (Matt Butler), Jessica, Zachary, Christopher, Tyler, Natasha,
Bjorn, Ehren, Erika and Nicholas. David's funloving personality will
be sadly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. Resting
at the Cutcliffe Funeral Home until Wednesday afternoon, then transferred
to Spring Park United Church for funeral service at 2 p.m. Cremation
to follow. Donations can be made to the Charlottown Bluephins Aquatic
Club or a charity of your choice in memory of David. Visiting hours
at the funeral home
Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Online condolences may be made at www.islandowned.ca
JAY, Lily Pearl
At the Prince Edward Home, Charlottetown, on Saturday, March
of Pearl Jay of Bunbury in her 83rd year.
Born in New Waterford, N.S., to the late Robert and Mary Jane (Pike)
Chipman. Wife of the late Walter Angus Jay (formerly of Fort Augustus).
Loving mother of Donald (Lorraine) Jay, Eric (Louise) Jay, Gloria Jay
and Lynda Landry; grandmother of Lee (Jennifer) Jay, Deina Jay, Cara
(Jon) Bauld and Cheryl Landry. Survived by brothers-in-law, Everett
(Florence) Jay and Wilfred (Judy) Jay, and sisters-in-law, Alice (Tom)
Dunn, Laura (Edward) Arsenault and Edna (Ira) Birt. Predeceased by
brothers, Roy (Eva) Chipman, Donald (Cassie) Chipman, Howard (Betty)
Chipman and Robert (Edna) Chipman, and by sisters, Maude
(Roland) Coish and Violet (Roy) Smith. Predeceased also by brothers-in-law,
Gordon (Iva) Jay and Howard Jay, and sister-in-law, Jean (Alden) Birt.
Resting at the MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel. Funeral services to
be held at St. Peters Cathedral, Charlottetown, at 10 a.m., Thursday,
March 13. Interment in St. Peter's Anglican Cemetery, Charlottetown.
donations may be made to St. Peter's Cathedral or the Canadian Cancer
Society. Visiting hours Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Online
condolences may be made at www.macleanfh.com
"Death is not extinguishing the light. It is only putting out the
light because--the dawn has come." (Ta-gore)
(Note: Lily Pearl's parents were from
Spaniard's Bay, Newfoundland & Labrador)
KENNEDY, Teresa (nee Carroll)
The death occurred at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Monday,
September 22, 2008, of Teresa E. Kennedy (nee Carroll) of Charlottetown. Beloved
wife of Harry Kennedy. Dear mother of Grant. Sister of Dr. Joseph Carroll
(Sue), and Mary-Ellen Thompson. Predeceased by her parents, John and
Mary Jane (nee Wiseman) Carroll. Resting at Belvedere Funeral Home.
Funeral Friday from the Church of the Most Holy Redeemer at 10 a.m.
Interment in the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Charlottetown. Visitation
Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9. Family flowers only. Memorial donations
may be made to Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of Canada. www.belvederefh.com
Obituary with a Newfoundland (Corner Brook) connection transcribed from
September, 2008 issue of The Guardian pubished at Charlottetown, Prince
McCUE, Edward Francis
Retired Saff Sergeant - RCMP
Peacefuly at the Ottawa Heart Institute, Sunday, February 17,
2008. Edward McCue age 70. Beloved husband of Helen Marie McCue.
Loving father of Michele and Andrea. Proud Grandpa of Chloe. Son of the
late Philip and Elizabeth McCue. Dear brother of Matilda, Lucy, Anne,
Rose, Phyllis and Jude and brother-in-law of Ellen. Predeceased by siblings
John, Mark and
Agnes. Fondly remembered by the McCormack family and by many nieces,
nephews and friends. A mass in memory of Edward will be held Friday at
Blessed Sacrament Church, 194 Fourth Avenue, Ottawa at 11:30 am. In lieu
of flowers, In Memoriam donations to the Ottawa Heart Institute would
PARK, Olga Doris
The death of Olga Doris Park occurred peacefully at the Queen Elizabeth
Hospital with her daughters at her side on Sunday, December 21,
She was the wife of the late Richard Park. Loving Mom of Betty Gallant,
Charlottetown, P.E.I.; Brian Park (Suzanne), Corner Brook, N.L.;
Charlie Park (Valda), Sackville, N.S.; Allan Park (Karen), Lloydminster,
Alta., and Dianne Boswall (Kerry), Marshfield, P.E.I. Loving nanny of
Beverley and Melissa, Christine (Steve) and Robert, Roy and Stephen (Heather),
Richard, Graham and Julie, Christopher, Valerie and Spencer. Loving great-nanny
of Reid. Lovingly remembered by many family and friends. Forwarded from
Belvedere Funeral Home to Fillatre's Funeral Home, Corner Brook, N.L.,
visitation and funeral service.
ROBERTS, Rev. E. Bruce B.Sc., B.Eng, M.Div.
Rev. Bruce Roberts died peacefully at home early Wednesday
morning, June 25, 2008, with his wife, Ella (nee Brookins) by his side as she has
been for 55 years. After a brief fight with cancer he has "gone
home" to be reunited with his parents, J.D. and Gertrude
Roberts of Corner Brook, Nfld.; and his
daughter, Claire Roberts. He leaves behind the love of his life, Ella,
and their four children and 13 grandchildren: Jo-Ann and Ken Kelly, Christopher,
Claire, Alyson and Meghan of Victoria, B.C.; Laurie and Trueman Smith,
Mark, Colin and Jessica of Livingston, Tennessee; David and Joanne Roberts,
Alexander, Joshua, and Elias of Halifax, N.S.; Jane and Robert Merchant,
Erik, Jack and Ellen of Halifax, N.S.; His brother, Rev. John Roberts,
and his wife, Ann, of Bedford, N.S. Bruce went to Memorial University,
Mount Allison University, Technical School of Nova Scotia and the Atlantic
School of Theology. He had several careers, first as a civil engineer
with the CNR in Moncton, the Department of Highways in P.E.I., and with
Morrison and McCrae Ltd. of Summerside. He was an ordained minister with
the United Church of Canada for 28 years and served churches in Bedeque,
P.E.I.; Sheet Harbour and Halifax, N.S.; Nashwaaksis, Saint John, Riverview
and Moncton, N.B. In 1982 he was elected President of the Maritime Conference
of the United Church. Beginning in 1988, he played a pivotal role in
the growth of the Congregational Christian Church of Canada and served
congregations in Lawrencetown/Lake Echo, New Glasgow and Halifax, N.S.
When his active ministry was cut short by Alzheimer's disease, he became
Minister Emeritus at First Congregational Church of Halifax where he
continued to serve and inspire. Bruce also had a career as a civil servant.
He was regional director of Social Services for the South East Region
of New Brunswick. He was the chair of the N.B. Welfare Appeals Board
and helped found Moncton Headstart with Claudette Bradshaw. He was a
proud Newfoundlander, who loved to sing, and an adopted son of P.E.I.
During his life, he left his mark on every community he served and touched
the lives and hearts of many people from all walks of life. He spent
many of his happiest moments surrounded by family and friends at "Almost
Paradise", the family cottage in Stanhope, P.E.I. Today, Bruce has
traded "Almost Paradise" for the real thing. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to the Pregnancy Care Centre in Halifax, www.pregnancycarehalifax.com,
5991 Spring Garden Rd., Unit 705, or the Vision Fund of First Congregational
Church of Halifax. Visitation with the family will be at Snow's Funeral
Home on Friday, June 27, 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. The funeral service will
he held at St. Andrew's United Church on
Saturday, June 28, at 11 a.m.
TUCKER, Margaret - The death occurred at Beach Grove
Home on Sunday,
January 20, 2008, of Margaret Tucker of Charlottetown
and formerly of Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland, in her 97th year. Wife
of the late Walter B. Tucker. Mother of Christopher (Rocio) Tucker of
Ottawa, and Geoff (Susan nee Frizzell) Tucker of Charlottetown. Grandmother
of Bryan (Leslie) and Stephen Tucker. Completion of funeral arrangements
will be in Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland. Arrangements entrusted
to MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel. Online condolences may be made at