Barrington, James Patrick
Passed away on January 25th, 1984, at St. Clare's Mercy Hospital after a lengthy illness, James Patrick Barrington, age 53 years. Leaving to mourn his loving wife Shirley (Collins); 6 sons; Edward and wife Judy, James, Brian, Pat, Gene and Michael; 3 daughters; Judith and husband Wayne Williams, Debora Howell and husband William, Sharon Hedges and husband Gordon; 1 brother Ike; 4 sisters; Marg, Pauline, Elizabeth and Julia; his father and mother-in-law Luke and Rita Westcott; 4 grandchildren; Kelly, Krista, Michelle and James, also a large circle of other relatives and friends. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home. Funeral on Friday following Mass at St. Patrick's Church at a time to be announced. Interment at Mount Carmel Cemetery. No flowers by request, donations may be made to the Newfoundland T.B. Association.
Evans, John V.
Passed peacefully away at St. Clare's Mercy Hospital, Monday, January 23rd, 1984, John V. Evans in his 66th year. Leaving to mourn his loving wife Margaret (Donovan); two sons David (Pat) and wife Annette (Angel); James and wife Rosemarie (Taylor); four daughters Marie, Joan (Mrs. M. Charland), Elizabeth (Mrs. J. O'Reilly); Sheila (Mrs. L. Brockerville), 11 grandchildren, three brothers Felix of Cambridge, Ontario, Leonard and James of St. John's; four sisters Catherine of Memphis, Tenn., Mary, Nellie and Margaret of Cambridge, Ontario, also a large circle of other relatives and friends. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home. Funeral on Thursday following Mass at St. Patrick's Church, 9:30 A.M. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
Passed peacefully away on January 24, 1984, at the DVA Hospital, Hubert Forsey, age 91, Royal Navy Veteran of WW1. Leaving to mourn, two daughters; Doris and husband Neil Cofield, Victoria, B.C., and Gertrude, St. John's; two sons; Reg and wife Audrey and Albert and wife Yvonne, both of St. John's; 14 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; also a large circle of other relatives and friends. No flowers by request. Donations will be gratefully accepted by the Canadian Cancer Society. Resting at the Carnell Memorial Chapel, Freshwater Road. Funeral Service 2 P.M. Friday, January 27, from St. Thomas' Anglican Church. Interment in the Anglican Cemetery, Forest Road.
Fudge, Roselyn (nee Legge)
Passed away on Monday, January 23rd, 1984, after a lengthy illness, at the Health Science Centre, Roselyn Fudge, aged 29 years. Leaving to mourn one daughter Danielle; one son Freddie; mother and father Caleb and Melvie Legge of St. John's; one sister Bonnie, three brothers; Carl, Roger and Earl; also a large circle of relatives and friends. Resting at Barrett's Funeral Home, 328 Hamilton Avenue. Funeral on Thursday at 2 P.M.. Interment at the Anglican Cemetery, Kenmount Road.
Power, Agnes (nee Feehan)
Passed peacefully away at St. Clare's Mercy Hospital in January 23rd, 1984, Agnes Power (nee Feehan), aged 74 years. Leaving to mourn on son William, St. John's; two daughters; Mary (Mrs. John Dunn), Oromocto, N.B., and Margaret, (Mrs. Thomas Connolly), St. John's; four sisters; Gertrude (Mrs. James White) USA., Marie (Mrs. William Carrigan), Theresa (Mrs. Frank Paquette) and Alice (Mrs. Cecil Decker), all at St. Johns; one brother John, St. John's; 17 grandchildren; 7 great-grandchildren and other relatives and friends. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home. Funeral on Thursday to Roncalli Chapel for Mass at 10 A.M.. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
Skinner, Thomas J.
Died suddenly at St. John's on Tuesday, January 24, 1984, Thomas J. Skinner, age 34 years, of 14 Spratt Place. He leaves to mourn his wife Mona; children; Cathy and Jason; his parents, Mr. Mrs. Thomas Skinner Sr., his grandmother, Mrs. Sophie Jones; two sisters; Lorraine and Ruby; three brothers; Rob, Derrick and Rodney; his mother-in-law Mrs. Evelyn Clarke; brother-in-law Lewis Clarke; also a large number of other relatives and friends. Resting at the Carnell Memorial Chapel. Funeral will take place Friday, January 27th, from the Anglican Church, St. Phillips. Interment in the Anglican Cemetery, St. Phillips.
The Evening Telegram, Monday, January 30, 1984, and
THE DAILY NEWS, Monday, January 30, 1984
Stacey - Passed peacefully away after a lengthy illness at her
home in the Goulds, Mrs. Mickey (Aileen) Stacey, on Sunday,
January 29, 1984. Leaving to mourn her loving husband Bruce;
three daughters: Dianne (Mrs. Kerry Garner) of Ogden, Utah, Cheryl and
Patricia at home; four sons: Derek at Comox In B.C., Byron and wife Cindy
of St. John's, Michael at CFB in Borden, Ontario, Arthur at home; also
leaving to mourn two sisters: Grace LeFresne at St. John's and Patricia
(Mrs. George Stacey); four brothers and three "grandchildren;" Blake
and Aileen Garner and Erin Stacey and. a large circle of other relatives
and friends. Resting at I Jarrett's Funeral Home, 328 Hamilton Avenue.
Funeral service 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, January 31, 1984, from Barrett's Chapel.
Interment in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. No flowers by request. Contributions
may be made to the Newfoundland Boy Scouts Campsite Development Fund.
Aileen (LeFresne) Stacey is the daughter of Norman LeFresne (b. 19
Sep 1897 Isle Aux Morts) and Lillian Ethel May Peddle (b. 15 Jun 1899
Prominent Scout leader, "Mickie" Stacey dies; By TOM
The scouting fraternity in Newfoundland, St. John's in particular, has
lost one of its most indefatigable workers in the person of Alieen
Stacey "Mickie", as she was known to members
of the movement passed peacefully away at her home in Goulds on Sunday.
Mickie was awarded the Long Service Medal in 1979 and the Medal of Merit
in 1981. She had long ago earned her Wood Badge at the National Training
Institute. She was involved in the Beaver program right from the start.
On the institution of the program, in 1973, she became the first Assistant
Provincial Commissioner, Beavers which post she held for 8½ years.
She attended the National Workshop which launched the Beavers and it
was her drive and enthusiasm that led to the establishment of the first
Beaver colony at Vanier School. She coached the leaders both before and
after the Colony was formally recognized and in spite of family commitments
she always found time to spend with new colonies wherever they were formed
in the province. She trained the new leaders and managed to be there
for on-the-job training when required so that the new section would be
well and truly on its way. Mickie launched The Beaver Bag, a publication
for leaders on the new section and was a regular contributor.
Scouting ADDENDUM - GONE HOME by Tom Furlong
Scouts across the province, and indeed, across the Nation were saddened
this week to learn of the death of Mickie Stacey.
Mickie had been a tower of strength to the movement in promoting the
Beaver Section. She had also been involved in many Training Teams and
in the planning and running of Jamborees at the provincial, national
and international levels. She was the proud possessor of the Gilwell
Beads and held the long service medal and the Medal of Merit and was
active in all facets of Scouting during her career. We extend our sincere
sympathy to her family.