Burt Wile (Burton Munroe Wile)
April 26, just an ordinary day in any calendar year. At least that is what I thought. Until this year — Burt passed away that day. Now, April 26 forever will have a reverence that is allotted to those days in our lives we always remember.
Cancer was cruel and punishing to Burt. His only saving grace was to relax and try to live each day as normal as possible. Our journey into the ‘Cancer World’ was very brief.
Empathy, understanding and heartfelt sorrow came to me from some of the most unexpected people. I am blessed with loving and treasured friends, so their tears and hugs were comfortable and familiar.
However, for those people who extended themselves toward me in respect and honour, I am forever in awe. Facing someone who had lost part of themselves to death is a big challenge. A sincere sympathy card says all the ‘right’ things.
The genius of Burt touched many lives. His friends (you know who you are) were his faithful fan club. His mechanical mind was always inventing, improving, simplifying all the tasks he encountered. His understated manner instilled confidence and intelligence. His adoration for his constant sidekick ‘Skipper’ — proved a deep love and caring that he proudly displayed. His devotion to me was most evident as all things stopped when I required his assistance. He was not ashamed when he was teased about my demands . . . he was proud.
The day of Burt’s funeral was heartbreaking. For me, to see so many people take time from their busy lives to say farewell to my beloved Burt was extremely gratifying. The sadness in the room was heavy. As Skipper and I listened to the prayers, hymns and eulogy, we felt Burt’s essence with us. We prayed for his peace and rest. It was very difficult to say goodbye, but if we had to do it, Mike Zinck at Dana L. Sweeny’s Funeral Home was just the man to help us do it, with grace and sensibility.
The days since have been upsetting. Our loneliness is the bond that makes me cherish my little fur-covered friend, and in turn he attaches to me like velcro. We comfort each other with our neediness.
The entire community of Blockhouse has opened their hearts to me. I am forever grateful for my neighbours, immediate family and Canada Post associations. Every kind word, every shed tear, every card, call and email unites us together with Burt as the tie that binds us. I’ve experienced more love and kindness in these rugged days than I ever expected. When the phone rings I am often surprised to hear kind words from folks who have had minimal contact with our lives. These unexpected events have strengthened my faith in my fellow man on this troubled planet.
Skipper and I will continue to rely on our friends and family to help us through the transition of believing Burt is not with us. We truly thank everyone who thinks of us and prays for our lives to be much more tender. We hope we are able to repay your help for us. If we are not able to do that we want everyone to know that we sincerely appreciate the little things as well as the big things you did for us.
Burt has left me with a legacy of kindness. With his patience and gentle ways, he influenced my attitude for life. Joy came in the small things in his life. Sorrow in true losses, not should haves. Delight in pleasing someone else. Regret seeing me cry. I hope I have learned his lessons well. If I’ve learned nothing his time with me would have been wasted. I must ensure that never happens.
Rochelle and ‘Skipper’
Gordon Harris Young
Gordon Harris Young, 85, Lunenburg passed away Wednesday June 4, 2003 in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater, after a lengthy illness. Born in Blue Rocks, he was a son of the late Harris and Luetta Young. He worked for 27 years with Dominion Stores. He was a member of St. John's Anglican Church. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family.
He is survived by good friends Jamie Wiseman and Geraldine Tanner both of Lunenburg and several cousins. Gordon was predeceased by his companion, Melrose Miller, a brother Douglas and nephew Michael.
Funeral arrangements under the direction of Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, Lunenburg, was held with graveside committal on June 9, 2003, 11 a.m. at Hillcrest Cemetery, Rev. Irving Letto officiating. Memorial donations to Victorian Order of Nurses or St. John's Anglican Restoration Fund.
John Franklin Wall
John Franklin Wall – 83, Pentz, Lunenburg Co., passed away April 19, 2003, in Fishermen’s Memorial Hospital Veterans’ Unit, Lunenburg. Born in Hepburn, Sask., he was a son of the late Jacob P. and Elizabeth (Penner) Wall. He served in the RCN during the Second World War and was employed with the T. Eaton Co., until his retirement.
He is survived by his wife, the former Marguerite Pentz; son John F. Jr., Oakville, Ont.; daughter Darlene De Groot, Brampton, Ont.; three grandchildren, Sean and Kenny De Groot and Jennifer Wall; one great-grandchild, Chelsea De Groot; brother Albert, Regina, Sask.; sister Martha Friesen, Saskatoon, Sask.; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by brothers William, Archie, Henry and Irvin; sisters Mary Friesen and Nora Peters.
A memorial service was held April 22, 2003 at West Side United Church, Pentz, Rev. George MacLean officiating. Burial in Fort Point Cemetery, LaHave.
Lorne Joseph Brown
Lorne Joseph Brown, 60, Bridgewater, died June 14, 2003 at home suddenly. Born in Halifax, he was a son of Nora (Hayes) and the late Arthur Brown.
He is survived by Myrna Stevens; his son Stephen, San Francisco; daughter Susan (Darren), Halifax; brother Glenn (Patsy); nephew Derrick; grandson Ryan. Besides his father, he was predeceased by sister Carolyn.
Funeral service will be held today at 2 p.m., Wednesday, June 18, 2003 in Cruikshank’s Funeral Home, 2032 Robie Street, Halifax. A reception to follow in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or a charity of choice. E-mail condolences may be sent to: email@example.com
Marguerite G. Akerley
Marguerite G. Akerley, died May 21, 2003, at her home in Bellingham, WA. She was born Marguerite Leary in Dayspring, Nova Scotia, Canada, October 9, 1901 and moved to Bellingham in 1956. She worked as a live-in home health care worker until she retired at age of 84.
She was predeceased in death by her husband Tupper in 1936 and her youngest son Lee in 1999. She is survived by her oldest son James (wife Anna deceased), who took care of her with the help of hospice for the past six months; her second son Donald and his wife Carol; Lee's wife Lucille. She has five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Many nieces and nephews.
Minnie Beatrice Bush
Minnie Beatrice Bush, 96, of Bush Island, Lunenburg County, passed away May 12, 2003 in Harbour View Haven Home for Special Care, Lunenburg. Born on the LaHave Islands, she was the daughter of the late Zenas and Clara (Dagley) Tumblin.
She is survived by her daughter Barbara Haughn, Bridgewater; granddaughters Christine Hallett and Patricia Haughn; grandsons Roland Bush, Warren Bush and Allan Bush; seven great-grandchildren; sister Lalia Bush, West Dublin; brother Calvin Tumblin, Bush Island. She was predeceased by her husband Harris; son Ronald Bush, Petite Riviere; granddaughter Nancy Haughn, Bridgewater; brother Ralph Tumblin, West Dublin; sister Matilda Bushen, Bush Island.
Visitation was held in Sweeny’s Funeral Chapel, Bridgewater, Wednesday, May 14, 2003 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. with funeral service following, Rev. George MacLean officiating. Interment was held in Brookside Cemetery, West Dublin.
Myrtle Grace Myalls
Myrtle Grace Myalls, 90, of Lunenburg, passed away Wednesday, May 7, 2003, at Harbour View Haven Home for Special Care, Lunenburg. Born in Jersey Harbour, Nfld., she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Josephine (White) Grandy.
Over the years, Myrtle operated a general store in Halifax and cared for children in her own home while spending much time raising her family. She was a very skilled seamstress and created many beautiful clothes for family and friends. She enjoyed making handiwork, while, sewing, knitting and crocheting. Myrtle was a member of St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church, Middle LaHave, and while living in Lunenburg attended St. John's Anglican Church.
She is survived by her son Lloyd and wife Jane Myalls, First South; daughter-in-law, Lillian Myalls, Lunenburg; grandchildren, Christopher (Amanda); Crystal-Anne; Anna (Gerald McAuley); Walter (Kathryn); Joseph (Shelly); Basil (Stephanie); great-grandchildren; Angela, Mikaela, Dylan, Jeremy, Brandon, Jessie, Kelsey; brother Basil (Loretta) Grandy, Bridgewater; sister Fannie Mayo of Lunenburg; many nieces and nephews. Myrtle was predeceased by her husband Walter; son Albert; sister Phoebe; brother Lloyd.
Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, 11213 Hwy. #3, Lunenburg. Service was held Saturday, May 10, 2003 at 2 p.m. from Trinity United Church, Rose Bay with Rev. Dr. Gregory Pritchard officiating. Interment was at Shepherd's Hill Cemetery, Riverport. Pallbearers were grandchildren Walter, Joseph, Christopher, Gerald McAuley, nephew Jim Grandy & friend Philip Cook.
Floral tributes by the family, memorial donations were made to various organizations.
Nancy Eileen Haughn
Nancy Eileen Haughn, 39, of Bridgewater, Lunenburg County, passed away April 19, 2003 in QEII Health Sciences Centre, Halifax, after a brief illness. Born in Bridgewater, she was the daughter of Barbara (Bush) Haughn, Bridgewater, and the late Percy Haughn. She was employed with Pizza Delight for 20 years.
She is survived by her mother Barbara Haughn, Bridgewater; sisters Patricia Haughn, Bridgewater and Christine Hallett, Porters Lake; three nephews and a niece. She was predeceased by her father Percy Haughn. Maternal grandmother, Minnie Bush, passed away shortly following Nancy.
Visitation was held in Sweeny’s Funeral Chapel, Bridgewater, April 21, 2003 with memorial service held April 22, 2003, Rev. George MacLean officiating. Interment was in Brookside Cemetery, West Dublin, followed by a reception held at Pizza Delight restaurant in Bridgewater.
Professor Jeffrey Ross Cook
Cook, Professor Jeffrey Ross, 68, Paradise Valley, Arizona, passed away at home March 24, 2003, after a short illness. Born in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, he was an internationally renowned researcher, teacher, author, and proponent of bio-climatic design.
He was appointed one of the first Regents' Professors of Architecture, School of Architecture and Environmental Design, Arizona State University in recognition of his exceptional scholarship. He graduated in Architecture from the University of Manitoba and received a Master's Degree from the Pratt Institute, New York, in 1961. He was an Honourary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects, was awarded the Silver Medal from the Royal Architectural Inst. of Canada, the Passive Pioneer Award from the American Solar Energy Society, and many more awards and honours for his service to the Architectural profession. He was internationally known for his achievements in energy conservation in Architecture and his advocacy of environmental issues. He was the author
of numerous works on modern architecture and allied subjects. He took a keen interest in different people and cultures and made numerous friends during his frequent lecture tours in many countries.
He was predeceased by his parents, Ross and Marion Cook, and a brother Albert. He is survived by his daughter, Alexis Stone, Paradise Valley; stepmother Ruth Cook, Lunenburg; half brother and sister Anthony Cook, Halifax, and Ann Stuart, Mississauga; sister-in-law Jan; several nieces and nephews, and his many friends. A special thanks to Rachael Fletcher, Klaus Dunker and John Smith for their kindness and caring during his illness.
A memorial service was held at Arizona State University on April 25, 2003. Interment of ashes will take place in Lunenburg at a future date.
Frederick “Fred” William Mansfield
MANSFIELD: In loving memory of Frederick “Fred” William Mansfield, 69 years. Saturday morning, August 16, 2003 of the Sudbury Regional Hospital, Laurentian Site. Beloved partner of Lovey Kotyluk of Copper Cliff, loving father of Catherine Clausland (Scott MacAlpine) of Sudbury, Dianne (husband Peter Gahagan) of Bolton and David (wife Vicky) of Lively Cleveland; cherished grandfather of Devon, Stephanie, Bryan, Bethany, Kaitlyn, William, Richard and great-grandchild Brayden. Sadly missed by Lovey’s family; John Kotyluk (friend Kim), Wendy (husband Tony Jurgilas) and Robert; dear son of Everett and Stella Mansfield, both predeceased; dear brother of Bev Sleaver and Doug, both of Copper Cliff, and Richard predeceased.
Born in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, he worked at INCO for 35 years, retiring in Fire Protection Services in 1985. He then worked for 15 years as a court clerk at the Sudbury Court House. He was a past chief of the Copper Cliff Volunteer Fire Department, and an associate member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 224, Copper Cliff and a past member of the Lions Club. He was, over the years, active in minor hockey and baseball in Copper Cliff.
Memorial visitation was held in the Jackson & Barnard Funeral Home, 233 Larch Street, Sudbury, Ontario; committal service was in Parklawn Cemetery Wednesday, August 20, 2003 at 1 p.m. Donations to Northern Cancer Research Fund appreciated.
Keith Eldridge Veinotte
Keith Eldridge Veinotte, born at Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater, N.S., August 11, 1953, passed away August 3, 2003 at London Health Science Centre University Campus.
Beloved husband and soul mate of Anne Mitchell of London; dear father of Joseph, Jill and Jamie Veinotte all of Nova Scotia, Carrie-Anne Mitchell and Krista of London. Loved by five grandchildren, Nicholas, Gregory, Alex, Joshua and Tristian. Dear son of Clarence and the late Marion Veinotte of Cornwall, Lunenburg County. Dear brother of Lee and his wife Shelly Veinotte and girls of Halifax and sister, Christine Veinotte, George Zwicker and family, all of Cornwall, Lunenburg County.
Interment was held August 6, 2003 at Woodland Cemetery, London, Ontario, his family by his side. A memorial gathering will be held at the Upper Cornwall hall August 24, 2003 from 2 to 4 p.m. for all family and friends to share memories and stories. A tree will be planted as a living memorial to Keith at The Memorial Forest located at Fanshawe Park, Ontario.
Lloyd George Dykeman
DYKEMAN, Lloyd George, 85, Bridgewater, passed away August 11, 2003 in South Shore Regional Hospital. Born and educated in Saint John, N.B., he was a son of the late Orland S. and Iva M. (Orchard) Dykeman. He was well-known as a manufacturer’s Agent having travelled widely in the Atlantic Provinces for many years. He was a veteran of the Second World War serving overseas with the Canadian Army Infantry Corp. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #24, Bridgewater; Maritime Commercial Travellers’ Association; Luxor Shrine, Saint John; Acacia Lodge #39; and the Bridgewater Hand Gun Club. He was President of Lectro Sales Limited of Dartmouth.
He is survived by his wife Margery; one son Derek of Toronto; three daughters, Patricia (Mrs. R. Schneider) Sardis, B.C.; Karen, Toronto, and Cheryl, Rothesay, N.B.; three stepsons, Gregory (Evelyn), Terry (Heather) and Geoffrey (Carol) Snyder, all of Bridgewater; nine grandchildren, several nieces and nephews and his sister Muriel of Saint John. He was predeceased by brother Hazen, sister Evelyn.
Cremation has taken place. Visitation was held at Sweeny’s Funeral Home, Bridgewater, with a tribute from the Royal Canadian Legion. A memorial service was held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, August 14, 2003 in Bridgewater United Church, Rev. Ivan Norton officiated. Interment took place in Brookside Cemetery, Bridgewater. Donations have been made to the Bridgewater United Church, South Shore Regional Hospital and the charity of one's choice.
Christina Marie (Corkum) Buckley
Christina Maria (Corkum) Buckley, 35, Pleasantville, passed away Thursday, January 22, 2004 in Halifax, as a result of a motor vehicle accident. Born in Bridgewater, she was the daughter of Douglas and Carolyn (Ritcey) Corkum, Bridgewater.
Surviving are her daughter, Laura Lee, at home; husband, Patrick, Bridgewater; maternal grandmother, Ruby Ritcey, Conquerall Bank; an uncle, several aunts and cousins. She was predeceased by maternal grandfather, Gerald Ritcey; paternal grandparents, Gladys and Fred Corkum.
A memorial service was held 11 a.m. Monday, January 26, 2004 in Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Bridgewater, Archdeacon John Clarke officiated. Burial was in Brookside Cemetery, Bridgewater. Flowers from the family only, donations may be made to the Trust Fund for Laura Lee through the Bank of Montreal, or to the charity of choice. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Sweeny’s Funeral Home, Bridgewater where on-line condolences may be made at www.sweenysfuneralhome.com
Frederic W. Mosher
Mosher, Frederic W. — 98, passed away Wednesday, January 21, 2004 at Moravian Hall Square Retirement Community, Nazareth, North Hampton PA, formerly of Deerfield St., Bergenfield, NJ. Born in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia, he was the son of Isabel (Zwicker ) and James A. Mosher.
He is survived by daughters Mrs. Marjorie A. Duffy, Paramus, NJ; Mary June (Rev. Hubert Flesher) Leeds, MA; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. He was predeceased wife June M. Mosher.
Memorial services to be announced.
Janet Marie Frances Veinotte
Veinotte, Janet Marie Frances – 83, Blockhouse, Lunenburg Co. died December 26, 2003 at home. Born in Blockhouse she was a daughter of the late Martin and Eva (Mader) Graversgaard. She is survived by a son, James (Deborah), sisters, Pauline Balcome, Noona Adams, Virginia Keefe, grandsons, Jeremy and Christopher Veinotte. She was predeceased by her husband, Francis, brother, Jens, infant brother, Andrew. There was no visitation by request.
Memorial service was held 2 p.m. Monday, December 29 in St. James’‚ Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, The Rev. Tom Henderson officiating. Burial was in the Old Blockhouse Cemetery. Family flowers only. Memorial donations were made to St. James’‚ Anglican Church, Blockhouse Garden of Rest Cemetery Company, Blockhouse & District Volunteer Fire Department, Christ Church Steeple Fund, St. John’s‚ Anglican Restoration Fund. Arrangements were under the care of Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay.
Paul Arthur Wentzell
Paul Arthur Wentzell, 72, of Oakland, passed away peacefully on January 2, 2004 at South Shore Regional Hospital. Born January 1, 1932 in Oakland, he was a son of the late Arthur and Adelia (Awalt) Wentzell. He had been employed at the Halifax Shipyards for 10 years, and then later, for 17 years with Dexter’s Construction Company, Bedford as a roller operator, retiring due to ill health. He was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church, Mahone Bay.
He is survived by his wife, Doreen (Ernst); brother, Lawrence Wentzell and his wife, Edna, Fairview; sister, Bertha Petersen, Lower Sackville; sister-in-law, Neva Wentzell, Oakland; nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by brothers, Walter, Lorraine and infant brother Ralph.
Memorial service was held January 10, 2004 in St. John’s Lutheran Church, Mahone Bay, with Pastor Gini Cookman officiating. The hymns chosen were “The Old Rugged Cross”, “In the Garden” and “Amazing Grace.” Organist was Rebecca Rock. Burial of ashes in Park Cemetery, Mahone Bay. Donations to St. John’s Lutheran Church or charity of choice.
Audrey Robena (Sarty) Stewart
Audrey Robena (Sarty) Stewart, born July 10, 1916 at Camperdown, daughter of the late Lottie (Croft) and Kenneth Sarty, died on Wednesday, March 24, 2004 at the South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater.
She is survived by her husband, Leland; son, Ivan (Mary); Barbara, Tony, Mickey (Linda); grandchildren, Valerie, Vickie, Jeffery, Sherri and Darryl; great-grandchildren, Kristopher, Kyla, Melissa, Vanessa, Hannah, Nicolas, Thomas and Isabelle. Also surviving, sisters, Josephine, Betty and Helen. She will be sadly missed by all her family and friends.
Audrey and Leland were original owners and operators of Lakeview Restaurant, now known as the Blarney Stone. She was a member of Christ Lutheran Church, Hebbs Cross, the fire department ladies auxiliary and Willing Workers’ Club. She was predeceased by brother, Clyde; sisters, Nellie and Marion; great-grandchild, Philip.
The funeral was conducted by Sweeny’s Funeral Home at Christ Lutheran Church. Memorials to Christ Lutheran Church.
C. Gary Weagle
Weagle, Charles Gary – 60, Toronto and Bridgewater. Gary passed peacefully away, of cancer, in St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, on April 11, 2004. He was born and raised in Bridgewater, N.S., and held a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Dalhousie University, Halifax. Gary’s many friends will remember him as a talented musician, especially as a pianist. At the time of his death, Gary served on the board of directors of the HIV and Aids Legal Clinic, Ontario (HALCO). He was a member and former officer of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, and an avid volunteer for a number of organizations serving the less fortunate.
He is survived by his mother, Hazel, Wolfville; sister, Sandra Bishop, Wolfville; brother, David, (Allison), Crescent Beach; niece, Lynne Daubaras (Peter), Burlington, Ontario; and nephews, John Bishop, Ottawa; Giles Bishop (Barbara), Burlington; and Robert Weagle, Vancouver. He was predeceased by his father, Gordon.
Cremation has taken place with interment in St. James Cemetery, Toronto, where a red oak will be planted in his memory. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. A memorial service will be held at a later date.
Ellen Elizabeth Mossman
Mossman, Ellen Elizabeth — 98, Lower Rose Bay, passed away Sunday, January 25, 2004 in Harbour View Haven Home for Special Care, Lunenburg.
Born in Lower Rose Bay, she was the daughter of the late John and Celina (Zinck) Risser. Ellen was an adherent of Trinity United Church, Rose Bay, a former member of the United Church Women and of Riverview Rebekah Lodge 56, Riverport. Ellen enjoyed tatting, knitting, playing cards, baking, playing piano, growing African violets and spending time with her family. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family.
She is survived by a daughter, Elaine (Philip) Eisnor, Coldbrook; sons, Charles (Sylvia), Halifax; John (Margaret), Westphal; Walter (Gail), Corkum's Island; eight grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Capt. C. Melbourne Mossman; brother, Burnett Risser.
Funeral service was held at Trinity United Church, Rose Bay on Wednesday, January 28, 2004, Rev. Vivian Moores officiating. Burial followed in Harbour View Cemetery, Rose Bay.
Eugene E. Morash
Eugene E. Morash, 87, Chester, died peacefully April 15, 2004 in Shoreham Village Home for Special Care, Chester. Born in Chester, a son of the late Douglas E. Sr. and Nellie (Evans) Morash.
He served in the Army and Navy during the Second World War. He spent 31 years at the Chester Post Office, retiring as Post Master. He was a member of Clark Masonic Lodge #61 and the Royal Canadian Legion, Butler Branch #44, Chester.
Eugene is survived by daughter, Linda (Karl) Hume, Chester; sons, David (Betty), London, Ontario; Michael, Chester; seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, Mildred (Zinck), and younger brother, Douglas Jr.
Funeral service was held 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 21, 2004 at Chester United Baptist Church with Rev. Dan Green officiating. Burial in Pinehill Cemetery. Family flowers only. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the IWK Health Centre or South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Arrangements were entrusted to Davis Funeral Home, Chester.
Florence Almira Adams Hamm
HAMM: Florence Almira Adams, 93, Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co., passed away March 3, 2004, in Annapolis Community Health Centre, Annapolis Royal. Born in Hillgrove, Digby Co., she was a daughter of the late William and Frances (Adams) Bacon. Florence was a member of Hillgrove Baptist Church. She and Murray lived their married life in Bridgewater and area. Following the death of her husband, she lived with her sister Catherine in Moncton, NB. After Catherine’s sudden death, she made her home with her cousin, Frances Freeman, in Nova Scotia.
Florence is the last surviving member of her immediate family. She was predeceased by her husband, Murray; brother, Russell; sisters, Marion Bacon, Helen Rafuse, Catherine Bacon.
No funeral service by request. A private graveside service will be held in Parks’ Cemetery, Mahone Bay, in the spring. No flowers by request. Donations in her memory may be made to Hillgrove Baptist Church, Digby County. Arrangements are under the direction of Robert L. Hall Funeral Home, Annapolis Royal.
Charlotte Barth, 85, of Norway passed away Friday, May 14, 2004 in Norway.
Born in Blue Rocks, she was the daughter of the late Clarence and Letitia (Knickle) Allen.
She is survived by her daughter, Margareth, and son, Rolf, both of Norway; her sister, Marguerite Conrad, Lunenburg; and a brother, Calvin, Victoria, British Columbia; and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Gunnar; sister, Helen; and brothers, John, Morton, Leonard and Warren.
Funeral service and burial was held Wednesday, May 19, 2004 in Norway.
Ian Wolfe Case
CASE, Ian Wolfe — 70, formerly of Newburne and Queensland, passed away peacefully Friday, April 2, 2004, in Sheldrake Lake Guest Home, Hubley. He was a son of the late Frederick and Leslie (MacGregor) Case. Ian was retired from Artic Resources as Purchasing Manager.
He is survived by brother, Peter (Eleanor), Stratford, Ont.; sister, Bridget (Peter Haller), Montreal; Judy (Ted Small), Ottawa; Heather (Neil Shee), Montreal and many devoted nieces and nephews. Memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, June 5, 2004 in the Ronald A. Walker Funeral Home, 13549 Peggy’s Cove Road, Tantallon. Memorial donations can be made to SPCA.
The family of Marjory I. Mailman would like to acknowledge a memorial donation to All Saints’ Lutheran Church, contributed by Beatrice Beck.