CAMBER - Mrs.W.D. CAMBER - Woodstock, NB, Oct. 10th (1928)
Mrs. W.D. CAMBER died very suddenly of heart failure at her home on Albert Street last evening. She was sitting in front of the fire talking to her daughter when she passed away. She had been suffering from heart trouble for some time but had improved considerably lately and been able to walk down town. Deceased is survived by one daughter, Faye, at home, and one son Clyde at Grand Falls. She was the widow of the late Dr. W.D.CAMBER.
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CAMERON, CATHERINE MARY - Passed away at The Carleton Memorial Hospital in Woodstock, N.B. on March 12, 2002, she was 87. Catherine Mary Cameron of Woodstock, N.B. was born on October 1, 1914 in Scotland to the late Duncan and Margaret (Farmer) Cameron. Ms. Cameron taught school most of her life in a variety of places. She is survived by one sister, Peggy Cameron of Lower Woodstock, N.B. and 13 nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by one brother, Murdo and one sister, Elizabeth. Remains resting at The Carleton Funeral Home 337 Lockhart Mill Rd. Jacksonville, N.B. where friends may call 2-4 and 7-9 on Thursday March 14, 2002. Funeral service will be on Friday March 15, 2002 at 2:00 p.m. from the funeral home. Rev. Fred Synder will be officiating. Interment will take place at the Woodstock Rural Cemetery at a later date. Expressions of sympathy may be made to The St. James United Church or donor\rquote s choice.
CAMPBELL, GRACE -
The death of Grace Campbell of Perth-Andover, occurred on May 25, 2002 at the Hotel Dieu Hospital at the age of 75. Born in Lakeville, NB. She is survived by her husband Eugene Campbell, one daughter Linda (Ron) Peterson of Charlotte, N.C., one son Gary (Jill) Campbell of Phoenix, Arizona, three granddaughters Dr. Stacey Peterson Carmichael and her husband Steve Carmichael, Sally (Harry) Moore and Stephanie Campbell all of Arizona, one grandson Todd Peterson of Raleigh, N.C. Predeceased by her parents Henry and Pearl (Bell) Wilson. She was a member of the Eastern Star and Daughter of the Nile. Resting at White\rquote s Funeral Home, Perth-Andover with visiting hours Tuesday May 28, 2002 from 2-4 and 7-9 pm with an Eastern Star Service at 7:30 PM. Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday May 29, 2002 at 2 PM from St. James United Church, Perth-Andover with Rev. Martin Carnahan officiating. Interment in Larlee Creek Cemetery. Donations to the Shriners or the United Church Building Fund would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements by WHITES FUNERAL HOME, Perth-Andover, N.B.
CAMPBELL, LEITHA LORENA -
Of Woodstock passed away at Carleton Memorial Hospital in Woodstock on Monday, September 16, 2002, at the age of 87. Leitha is survived by one daughter, Sharon (Roland) Robichaud of Moncton, NB; three sisters, Shirley Prescott of New Denmark, NB; Ruth Hitchcock of Ortonville, NB; Gladys (Wendell) Gallagher of Ortonville, NB; one grandson, Neil Robichaud of Moncton, NB; one granddaughter, Nancy (Clint) Brink of Alberton, P.E.I.; several nieces and nephews. She was pre-deceased by her husband, Walter Griffin Campbell, her parents; Frank and Lydia (McLaughlin) Watson; three sisters, Mina Hitchcock; Gertrude Lawson; Emily Lockhart; two brothers Willard Watson and Leigh Watson. Resting at The Scott Funeral Home, 815 Main Street, Woodstock, NB with visiting on Tuesday from 7 pm to 9 pm. Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday at 2:00 pm from Scott Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Fred Snyder will be officiating, with interment in the Woodstock Rural Cemetery. www.scottfh.com
CAMPBELL, DARLENE A.
Darlene A. Campbell of Upper Hainesville, formerly of Hartland, passed away on June 30, 2003 at the age of 63 at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital in Fredericton. She was predeceased by her daughter, Elizabeth Campbell, father James Lovely, and a sister Brenda Hollene. She is survived by her children Sharon (Paul) Dugas of Shearwater, NS, Paula (Laurie) Lees of Burton, NB, Bill Campbell (Kent Martin) of Vancouver, BC, four grandchildren, mother, Reta Lovely of Hartland, NB, sister, Nancy Lovely of Moncton, NB, nieces and nephews. Resting at the Britton Funeral Home, High Street, Hartland with visiting hours on Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral service will be held on Friday at 2:00 p.m. from the Lorne Britton Memorial Chapel. Interment will be in the Greenwood Cemetery in Hartland. Donations to the Cancer Society or Mental Health Association would be appreciated.
CAREY, ERNEST BYRNE -
Ernest Byrne Carey of Hartland passed away on Sunday, February 24, 2002 at the Carleton Memorial Hospital in Woodstock. He was born July 9, 1911 and was the son of the late Ernest and Margaret (Hatheway) Carey. He is survived by his wife Florence (Miller) Carey of Hartland, daughter, Rose Marie (Stuart) Dick of Nepean, Ontario, grandchildren, Margaret (David) Lynch of Kanata, Ontario, Graeme (Grace) Dick of Sault St. Marie, Ontario, great granddaughter, Brennah Lynch, nieces and nephews. Resting at the Britton Funeral Home, High Street, Hartland with visiting hours on Thursday 7-9 PM. A Legion service will be held at 6:30 PM on Thursday. Funeral service will be Friday at 2:00 PM from the Lorne Britton Memorial Chapel. Interment will be in the Greenwood Cemetery in Hartland. Donations can be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, Diabetic Association or Trinity United Church.
CARR, DELBERT -
Of Woodstock, formerly of Fosterville, NB passed away at Carleton Manor in Woodstock on Monday, January 6, 2003, at the age of 89. Delbert is survived by two sons; Floyd Carr of St. George, NB and Harold Carr and his wife Claire of Valleyfield, PQ, one daughter; Kathleen Risseeuw and her husband Joseph of Lower Sackville, NS, one sister; Mamie Boone of Bristol, NB. He is also survived by several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, Nieces and Nephews. He was pre-deceased by his wife; Pauline (Wood) Carr; his parents; one brother Dalton Carr; one grandson Jeffery Carr. Resting at The Scott Funeral Home, 815 Main Street, Woodstock, NB. with visiting on Wednesday from 2-4pm and 7-9pm., Funeral Service will be held on Thursday at 2:00 pm from Scott Funeral Home Chapel, Pastor Allison Buckingham will be officiating, with interment in the Lower Fosterville cemetery at a later date. www.scottfh.com
CAVERHILL, ERVIN BEVERLEY E.
Beverley (Bev) Caverhill of Rossville passed away November 20, 2003 at his home. Born at Southampton on October 25, 1942, he was a son of the late Ervin and Alice (Sinnott) Caverhill. Bev was a trucker and a woods contractor. He was a member of the Nackawic Sno-Drifters Snowmobile Club. He is survived by his wife, Donna C. Caverhill; a daughter, Tammy Freeman (Anthony), Rossville; three step-sons; six grandchildren, Evan and Karli Freeman, Alex, Jeremy, John and Rachel Davidson; his step-mother, Mary Caverhill, St. Catherines, Ontario; four sisters, Eunice Dineen (Dayton), Calais, Maine, Sandra Petrozza (Luigi), Orangeville, Ontario, Dorothy Rohovich (Norman), Campbell Settlement and Shirley Reeds (Richard), Ontario; seven brothers, Harry (Edna), Hartfield, Dale, Michael (Linda), both of Campbell Settlement, David (Barb), Peace River, AB, Reginald (Mary), Rusagonis, Darren (Darlene) and Nelson, both of Ontario; a special aunt, Shirley Monteith, Southampton; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Bev was predeceased by a brother Weldon and a grandson Justin Davidson. Resting at Flewelling Funeral Home, 585 Otis Drive, Nackawic with visiting hours Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral service will be held from the funeral home chapel on Saturday, November 22, 2003 at 2 p.m. Rev. Wayne Schriver officiating. Interment will be in Otis Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Ronnie Cronkhite, Donnie Carr, Donald Corey, Paul Myles, Darren Wilson and Duane MacDonald. For those who wish to make a donation in memory of Bev, the family has suggested the Otis Cemetery or a charity of the donor's choice. The family mailing address is 54 Morrison Road, Rossville, NB E6G 2N6 www.flewellingswan.com
CHAMBERLIN, Pauline A.
CANTON - , 95, of Canton, died Thursday, Nov. 18, 1999, at her Canton home. She was born June 25, 1904, inSummerfield, New Brunswick, Canada, daughter of Ezra and Gertrude (Creed) Lunn. She graduated from Waterville High School and was a graduate of Waterville's Colby College, class of 1926. She married Paul P. Chamberlin on Sept. 3, 1929. She taught school in Waterville, Winslow and at Oak Grove School for Girls in Vassalboro.
Following her retirement, she and her husband spent summers in East Boothbay and winter seasons in Zephyrhills, Fla.. They lived at the Clover Living Center in Auburn for several years, until her husband died in 1992. Following her husband's death, she moved to Canton near her son, ...... She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Pleasant Street Methodist Church, Boothbay Harbor Memorial Library and Auburn Methodist Church. A daughter, Nancy Fitton, died in 1997. Survivors include two sons and daughters-in-law, ..... She was the beloved "Grammie by the boats" of 12 grandchildren; and is survived by 11 great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be held at a later date at Pleasant Street Methodist Church, Waterville, with burial following at Gracelawn Memorial Park in Auburn. Arrangements are by Redington Funeral Home of Waterville. If desired, memorial donations may be made to Pleasant Street Methodist Church, 61 Pleasant St., Waterville ME 04901, or Boothbay Harbor Memorial Library, 4 Oak St., Boothbay Harbor ME 04538 Waterville Daily Sentinel, 20 Nov 99 online Submitted by Duane Crabtree
CHASE, CLAUDIA DOREEN -
At the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital, Fredericton, on Tuesday October 7, 2003. Claudia Doreen Chase (Nee Giggie) of Bristol passed away at the age of 73. Born in Bristol, Claudia was the daughter of Lemuel and Melissa (Vandine) Giggie. Claudia is survived by her husband Paul, daughters, Paulette (Raymond) Crabbe, Carol Chase (Ken Brown), Rhonda (Alan) Poynton and Patti Chase all of Bristol, sons, David (Connie) of Armond, James (Teresa) of Red Deer, AB, John (Barbie) of Minnesota, Robert (Robyn) of Keswick Ridge and Michael (Karen) of Halifax, 14 grandchildren, three great grandchildren, sister, Liota Butterfield and brothers, Alva and Vaughn Giggie. Predeceased by her parents, son Donnie, sister Mary Ellen, brothers, Philip, Clayton and Coburn. Remains resting at Kilcollins Funeral Home Bath, visiting Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Funeral services to be held on Friday at 2 PM from Kilcollins Chapel Bath, Rev. Oral McAffee officiating. Interment will be in the Bristol Community Cemetery. Donations may be made to the Martin Kilfoil Fund or to the Northern Carleton Hospital Auxiliary. The family's mailing address is 48 Curtis Rd., Bristol, NB, E7I 2G6.
CHASE, RONALD F.
The death of of Ronald F. Chase of Hartin Settlement, husband of Audrey P. (Dow) Chase, occurred unexpectedly on Wednesday, September 24, 2003 at the Carleton Memorial Hospital. Born in Newburg, Carleton County, he was the son of the late C. Edward and Eva M. (Lewis) Chase. Ron was a forester most of his working life, and was a member of the Marne Baptist Church. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his daughters, Karen Chase of Portland, Maine, and Carla Chase of Fredericton; sisters Norma Ross of Woodstock, Ruth Furrow of Hartin Settlement, Barbara Robichaud (Ronald) of Sunnyside Beach, Frances Briggs (Lewis) of Meductic, and Susan McIntosh (Donald) of Fredericton; brothers Douglas Chase (Bernice), of Stirling, Ontario, George Chase (Gloria) of Meductic, and Ralph Chase (Rhona) of Hanwell; a brother-in-law, Aubrey Dow (Mary) of Jacksonville; and several nieces and nephews. Ron was predeceased by a brother, Charles, in 1952. Resting at the Scott Funeral Home, 815 Main Street, Woodstock, on Friday, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral service will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m. from the Marne Baptist Church. Pastor Bev Jewett will officiate. Interment will take place in the Marne Cemetery. For those who wish, remembrances to the Marne Baptist Church or the Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated by the family. www.scottfh.com
CHASE, ROY STANLEY -
Passed away at the Carleton Memorial Hospital in Woodstock, NB on April 1, 2002, he was 79. Roy Stanley Chase of Weston, NB was born on April 21, 1922. He is survived by his five children, Sharon Woodworth (Russell) of Manchester, Connecticut, Sheldon Chase of Weston, NB, Shelia Smith (Raymond) of Creston, BC, Sherman Chase (Stephanie) of Kennebunk, ME, and Stuart Chase of Weston, NB, six grandchildren, Jason Woodworth, Wally, Bruce and Mary Smith, Amanda and Chris Vose and one great-granddaughter, Faith, two sisters, Jen Copp and Dora Gallop of Plaster Rock, NB and one brother, Fred Cottrell of Plaster Rock, NB and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, Jean (Kidney) Chase and one sister, Pansy Doucette. Remains resting at the Carleton Funeral Home, 337 Lockhart Mill Road, Jacksonville, NB, where friends may call 2-4 and 7-9 on Wednesday, April 3, 2002. Funeral service will be held at 2:00 PM on Thursday, April 4, 2002 from the funeral home. Rev. Wendell Gregan will be officiating. Interment will take place in the Jackson Falls Cemetery. Charitable donations may be made to the Cancer Society or the Diabetic Association.
CHASE, STUART ALEXANDER -
At the Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital on June 11, 2003, with his beloved family by his side, Stuart Alexander Chase, husband of Cynthia (Tyler) Chase went home to be with Jesus. He will be remembered as a loving husband, adored Daddy, devoted brother, caring and generous friend and faithful servant of his Lord. Born in Woodstock, NB, he was the son of Wallace Chase and the late Doris (Turner) Chase. Stuart was an Insurance Agent with Clarica. He was an active member of the Marysville Baptist Church, past Chairman of the DEPAC School District #18, and served for four years on the SPAC at Barkers Point School. He enjoyed golfing, traveling, and camping. In addition to his wife and father, he is survived by, one daughter, Katelyn Chase at home and one son, Tyler Chase at home; two brothers, Scott Chase (Mary) of Island View and Chris Chase (Patricia) of Woodstock; loving parents-in-law, Garnet and Violet Tyler; sisters-in-law, Tammy (Chris) Price, Stacy (Craig) Hudson, Mindy (Kirk) McMinniman; brother-in-law Ted (Karen Stone) Tyler, several nieces and nephews, all of Fredericton. Besides his mother, he was predeceased by one niece Shayelyn McMinniman and his maternal great grandmother, Myrtle Price. Visitation will take place at York Funeral Home, 302 Brookside Drive, Fredericton North on Friday from 2 to 4 pm and 7 to 9 pm. The Funeral Service will be held from the Marysville Baptist Church on Saturday, June 14, 2003 at 2 pm with Rev. David DuBois officiating. Interment will follow in the Marysville Baptist Cemetery. Pallbearers for the service are: Scott Chase, Chris Chase, Chris Price, Kirk McMinniman, Craig Hudson and Ted Tyler. Honorary pallbearers are: Harold Wright, Jerry Clark, Terry Murphy, Paul Maillet, Jean Claude Cormier and Barrie Williams. For those who wish, remembrances to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. Personal condolences may be offered through www.yorkfh.com
Christian, John B.
One of Hartland's most popular residents, John Birdsel Christian died at Hotel Dieu Hospital in Perth on Sunday, Nov. 27, after a lengthy illness. Born at Simonds on Dec. 14, 1886, he was the youngest son of the late James D. and Emma Davis Christion.
Mr. Christian's maternal ancestors came to Canada from England and Scotland and his paternal ancestors from Denmark and the Isle of Man. He was the last surviving member of the family. Mr. Christian was employed in the United Farmers' stores at both Woodstock and Hartland for a period of 31 years and had retired about 10 years ago. He is survived by his wife, Margaret May Hallett, whom he married in Sept. 1909; daughters, Mrs. Clarence (Ruth) Hendry, Somerville and Fredericton; Helen E., Montreal; Mrs. Woodford (Maude) Craig, Hartland; Mrs. Eric (Ethel) Bailey, Sawyerville, P.Q.; sons, Kenneth K., Napanee, Ont; J. Howard, Fredericton; also three granddaughters, eight grandsons and one great grandson.
The largely attended funeral was held on Wed. Nov. 30, from the late home at 2 p.m., followed by services at the Primitive Baptist Church at 2:30, conducted by Rev. Walter Campbell, assisted by Rev. Philip Giberson. Funeral text was taken from 14th chapter St. John. Mrs. Eileen Smith was organist and the hymns "Pearly White City", "Transformed", and "Shall We Meet Beyond the River", were sung by Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cogswell, Fort Fairfield, Maine. The pall bearers were two sons, Kenneth and Howard, and sons-in-law, Clarence Hendry, Eric Bailey, Woodford Craig and Donald Hallett. There were many floral tributes, also Gideon Bibles and donations to cancer fund as well as donations to the Maplemount Home for Children. Internment was made in the family lot in Greenswood Cemetery.
Submitted by Carolyn McLeod, 72 Carter Drive, Tolland, CT, USA
CLAIR, MAXINE ELAINE (NOBLE) -
Maxine Elaine Claire died suddenly September 13, 2002 at her residence. Maxine was born in Bristol, New Brunswick on November 13, 1919. She was the beloved wife of Eldon for 63 years. She is survived by her twin sister Pauline Gallagher of Fredericton, New Brunswick, and brothers Larry Noble, Zephyrhille, Conn.. She will be sadly missed by many nieces and nephews as well as many friends and neighbors. A private service was held at the Giffen- Mack Funeral Home and Cremation Centre in Scarborough. Donations to the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton Scholarship Fund will be greatly appreciated by the family.
CLARK, AUDREY MAE -
Audrey Mae Clark of Grafton passed away at Saint John Regional Hospital in Saint John on Monday, September 22, 2003, at the age of 71. Audrey is survived by her husband Richard Clark; three sons, David (Mina) Clark of Toronto, ON; Paul (Cathy) Clark of Toronto, ON; Bruce Clark of Ottawa, ON; two daughters, Linda (Gary) Miller of Toronto, ON; Nancy (Kirk) DesRosier of Ottawa, ON; two brothers, Fred Brooks of Halifax, NS; Frank (Lena) Brooks of Kittery, Maine; one sister, Beryl (Philip) Perrigo of South Port, Conn.; eight grandchildren, Teresa; Richard; Robert; Christine; Katie; Chantal; Justin and Elizabeth; several nieces and nephews. Resting at The Scott Funeral Home, 815 Main Street, Woodstock, NB, with visiting on Wednesday from 2-4 pm and 7-9 pm. Funeral Service will be held on Thursday at 2:00 pm from the Scott Funeral Home Chapel. The Venerable Walter Williams will be officiating. The interment will be in the Woodstock Rural Cemetery.
CLARK, IRENE MARGARET
Of Fredericton passed away peacefully at her home on October 12, 2003. She was born in Woodstock, NB, eldest child of the late Gordon and Gertrude (Reddal) Purvis. She was predeceased by her beloved husband, Gartley and her brothers, Frank and Arnold. Irene was the cherished mother of one son, Gordon (Jean) of Ottawa, and two daughters, Wanda MacLean and Diane Fraser (Doug) of Fredericton; beloved grandchildren to Misty Thomas (Joel) of Saint John, John Clarke (Theresa) of Edmonton, Dana Jo Brownell, (Paul) of Fredericton, David Clarke of Ottawa, Erica, Currie-Fraser, of Chapel Hill, NC, Brittany and Tyler Fraser of Fredericton; and much loved G.G. to great grandchildren, Cassandra and Jarrod Thomas of Saint John. Irene is also survived by two sisters, Edith Gibson of Woodstock and Bernice Cail of Fredericton, and one brother, Edison Purvis (Jane) of Woodstock, and several nieces and nephews. Irene was a devoted mother and grandmother, and was an active member of the Gibson Memorial United Church and the UCW for over 56 years. A past Matron and member of the Devon Chapter # 37, Order of the Eastern Star, and an honorary member of Celestial Chapter #3, OES, and was a past Grand Officer. She loved to play bridge and was a member of the Hillcrest Bridge Club. She also was an avid fisherwoman in her earlier years and would often be seen landing a big salmon on the Miramichi while Gartley looked on. A celebration of Irene's life will begin with visitation at Bishop's Funeral Home, 540 Woodstock Road, on Wednesday, October 15th from 7-8 p.m. The memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. from the Gibson Memorial United Church with Rev. Boyd Vincent officiating. Interment to be held at a later date. A reception will follow in the church hall. For those who wish, donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association, NB Heart & Stroke Foundation, or to a charity of the donor's choice. www.bishopsfuneralhome.com
CLARK (PATRICK), GLORIA LAURA -
77, Nine Mile River, NS. It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of Gloria peacefully at home on August 8, 2002. Born in Benton, NB, she was the daughter of the late, Thomas and Juanita (Mills) Patrick. Gloria grew up in Benton, Juniper and Woodstock, NB. For a time, Gloria worked as a hairdresser in Woodstock, NB. Then along with her husband Gerald, she owned and operated Clarks Cleaners Ltd., in Woodstock, NB, and since the early 1970\rquote s in Halifax, NS. Warm, generous, kind and witty, she will be dearly missed by all who knew her. She is survived by sisters, Marjorie Knapp, Riverview, NB; Hilda Avery, Scarborough, ON; Gretchen Welteroth, Williamsport, PA; brothers, Leland Patrick, Nine Mile River, NS; Carl Patrick, Newmarket, ON; ten nieces and nephews; thirteen grand nieces and nephews. Gloria was predeceased by her husband, George Gerald Clark; brother, Frank Patrick; sister, Annie Augusta Patrick. Cremation has taken place. Visitation 10 AM, memorial celebration 11 AM, Friday, August 16, 2002 all at the Ettinger Funeral Home, Shubenacadie. Rev. Betty Darby officiating. No flowers. Memorial donations may be made to the QEII Health Sciences Foundation or a charity of your choice. On-line condolences can be expressed by going to Ettinger Funeral Homes website" www.funeralscanada.com/homes/ettinger and clicking on "contact us".
Mona Clark of Woodstock, NB on Tuesday, July 29, 2003 at Carleton Memorial Hospital. Wife of the late Winston Clark.Born in Waterville, Carleton County, New Brunswick on April 2, 1909. Daughter of the late Harry and Dora (Rogers) Lipsett. Survived by her family Mary Harlow (Audley), Burlington, Ontario; Jean Duffy (Gerry), Falmouth, Maine; sister Betty Boyd of Woodstock, NB.; grandchildren James Duffy, Lorraine Irving, Michael Duffy, Catherine Cullins, Janet McAleer, Lynn Kestle, Julie Carrow. 14 great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband Winston Clark, sisters Pauline Jamieson and Mildred Lanyon. Visitation at The Culberson Funeral Home, 188 Connell Street, Woodstock, New Brunswick on Thursday, July 31, 2003 from 7-9 p.m. Funeral services will be held on Friday, August 1, 2003 at 1:00 from Culberson Funeral Chapel, Connell Street, Woodstock, NB. Pastor Stephen Cogswell (Woodstock Baptist Church) officiating. Interment will follow at the Woodstock Rural Cemetery. Donations to the Canadian Cancer, Heart and Stroke, L.P. Fisher Library would be appreciated.
CLARK, RELLAND MANZER -
The death of Relland Manzer Clark, husband of the late F. Joan Clark (Tarry) occurred on September 12, 2002, at Woodstock, NB, at the age of 95 years. Born in Aroostook Jct. on March 26, 1907, he was the son of the late Manzer S. Clark and Dimereze (Pelkey). His brother Clinton Clark and sisters Lela, Geneva, Runa and Kathleen also predeceased him. Dr. Clark is survived by his daughter Dimereze Clark of Presque Isle Maine, and son Simon Clark and wife Susan of Woodstock NB. He is also survived by two granddaughters; Andrea J. (Daniel) Goodell of York Maine, and Marie D. Grant of Presque Isle Maine; 2 step-grandchildren, Simon and Michelle Partington of Woodstock NB; nephews, Leon (Mary Ann) Thornton of Canterbury, David (Sheilah) Cronkite of Mahone Bay, NS and Michael (Shirley) Clark of Upper Woodstock and nieces Patty (Marc) Samson of Espanola Ont., Enid (Leonard) Draper of Toronto Ont. and Winona (Vincent) Grant of Ottawa, Ont. Dr. Clark served in the Canadian Army during World War II (1939-1946) in the Carleton & York Regiment and other appointments. In 1937 he was one of four Officers who represented New Brunswick at the Coronation of King George VI. Dr. Clark, a chiropractor who practised in Woodstock for 52 years, also served as President of New Brunswick and Maritimes Chiropractic Associations. He was also President of the Woodstock Lions Club. Remains now resting at the Carleton Funeral Home, 337 Lockhart Mill Road, Jacksonville NB, E7M-3S5. Funeral service will be held at the Saint James United Church, Chapel Street, in Woodstock on September 14, 2002 at 2:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #11. Legion service will be held at 7:00 pm on Friday from the funeral home.
Clark, George A.
Waterville, ME Morning Sentinel, 26 Dec 2000
George A. Clark, 89, of Fairfield, died Sunday morning, Dec. 24, 2000, at a Waterville nursing facility.
He was born Oct. 22, 1911, in Summerfield, New Brunswick, Canada, son of the late John D. Clark and Jenny Hamilton.
He married Hilda B. Weston on July 8, 1936, and they enjoyed 63 years of togetherness before she died March 24, 2000. The couple moved from Summerfield in 1945.
He was employed 30 years by various dairy farms in the area, retiring in 1976.
He was a member of Fairfield United Methodist Church, where he was an usher for years, served on the board of trustees, was a Men's Club and the Couple's Club member.
He was a member of the Siloam Lodge 92, Ancient, Free & Accepted Masons, in Fairfield and served as master, on the Board of Trustees, and in other capacities during his 50-plus years of membership.
He was a member and patron of Merrymeeting Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. He was a member of the Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club.
He served on the original board of directors of the Police Athletic League in Fairfield in the 1950s.
He enjoyed watching the Boston Red Sox with his wife and attended local high-school sports events.
He was predeceased by two brothers, Carleton and Ralph Green, and a sister, Thelma Clark.
Survivors include a son, Richard B. Clark, and his wife, Blanche, of Fairfield; a daughter, Linda M. Clark, of Fairfield; four brothers, John Clark, of Clinton, Glenn, Mavor, and Leslie Clark, all of Albion; two grandchildren, Eric B. Clark and Michelle L. Clark; four great-grandchildren, Karlie and Tragen Clark, and Dustin and Dylan Brown; nieces, nephews and cousins.
Visiting hours will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 27, at Lawry Brothers Funeral Home, 107 Main St., Fairfield, where a Masonic service will be held at 7:30 p.m.
A funeral will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 28, at Fairfield United Methodist Church, U.S. Route 201, Fairfield, with the Rev. Thomas Bentum officiating. Spring burial will be made at Maplewood Cemetery, Fairfield
Those who desire can make donations in his memory to Fairfield United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, PO Box 313, Fairfield ME 04937.
Submitted by Duane Crabtree
CLARK, SAMUEL ERVIN -
Of Woodstock passed away at his home on Wednesday, February 5, 2003, at the age of 87. Sam is survived by his wife Muriel; one son Alan (Muriel) Clark of Woodstock, NB; four daughters Janet (Wayne) Parker of Fredericton, NB; Joan Lord of Riverview, NB; Penelope Johnson of Southampton, NB; Lynn (Mike) McCann of Ottawa, ON; ten grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; two brothers, Stanley (Joyce) Clark of Prince William, NB; Harold (Bev) Clark of Sudbury, ON; one sister, Aileen Milbury of Woodstock, NB. Resting at The Scott Funeral Home, 815 Main Street, Woodstock, NB with visiting on Friday from 2-4pm and 7-9pm. Funeral service will be held on Saturday at 3:30 pm from The Scott Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Fred Snyder will be officiating, with interment in the Woodstock Rural Cemetery. If desired, donations may be made to Woodstock Canadian Legion Veterans\rquote Home or to The New Brunswick Extra Mural Program.www.scottfh.com
CLINTON Arnold "Hamy" Clinton Hamilton Sr.,
81, died Sunday, June 2, 2002, at a Madison nursing home after a long battle with cancer. He was born July 22, 1920, at Middle Greenfield, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada, the son of Percy and Winnifred (Lunn) Hamilton. His mother died when he was seven years old. He moved to Albion with his father in 1935, graduating from Besse High School in Albion, class of 1941.
He worked on the family farm with his father until 1946, tested milk for a year, and drove a tractor-trailer for St.Johnsbury in Waterville for five years. He drove a milk truck for Woodland Dairy from Skowhegan to Watertown, Mass., for seven years and then worked for Fox & Ginn for 21 years. He also worked for Alsko Air Freight and Bart Air Freight, and worked as a part time driver for Redington Funeral Home in Waterville.
He was active in sports in school but especially enjoyed baseball. He was an avid gardener and reader and enjoyed the outdoors. He was a member of the Maine Snowmobile Association and was recently a member of the Heart of Maine Square Dance Club. He was Past Master of the Albion Grange and belonged to the Pomona, State and National Granges.
predeceased by a brother, Harry, who died at age 16 in 1942, a
brother, Burton, who passed away several years ago, and a sister,
Lillian, who died in 2001.
He is survived by his wife of 22 years, Betty J. (Colbath) Hamilton of Clinton; two sons, Arnold "Sonny" Jr. and wife, Jane, of Albion, and David and wife, Jane, of Skowhegan; a sister, Hildred Antworth, of Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada; five grandchildren and a great grandson; seven stepchildren, Deborah Taylor and husband, Roy, Robert Hartford and wife, Earlene, all of Dover-Foxcroft, Susan McCormick and husband, Michael, James Hartford and wife, Lynn, all of Dexter, Lynda Patterson and husband, Jerry, of Lamoine, Lorna Leighton and husband, Dwane, of Stetson, and Greg Hartford of Franklin; several step-grandchildren and great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. He also loved his three cats and they will miss him very much. Hamy will also be sadly missed by long time friends, Pat and Dana Hunter of Hinkley.
may call from 10 a.m. to noon, Wednesday, June 5, at Crosby &
Neal Funeral Home, 117 Main St., Newport. A graveside funeral
service and committal will follow at the Maple Grove Cemetery in
Albion. Family and friends are invited to the home of Hamy's son,
Sonny and his wife, Jane, in Albion following the services. In
lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Waterville Area
Humane Society, 120 Drummond Ave., Waterville, ME 04901.
Waterville, ME, Sentinel, 4 Jun 2002
Submitted by Duane Crabtree
CLOWATER, Douglas Calvin
The passing of Douglas Calvin Clowater, 40, of Centerville, New Brunswick, occurred unexpectedly at the Northern Carleton Hospital, Bath, N.B. on Sunday, July 9, 1998. Born the eldest son of the late Calvin P. Clowater and Shirley (Crain) Clowater. Douglas was a 1975 graduate of Centerville High School and attended Moncton Tech School. He was employed with East Coast Distributing, Fredericton, N.B. until his employment with Thomas Equipment, Centerville, N.B. In 1981 he was transferred as office manager to McCain Foods Limited, Portage-la-Prairie, Manitoba. In 1986 he returned to McCain Produce, Florencville, N.B. until his passing thus giving him 22 years with the McCain Group. Douglas was a life long member of the Centerville United Baptist Church. He was an avid support of Camp Shiktehawk, Due to his dedicated support a cabin will be erected in his memory. He was also active in various civic organizations. His dedicated service will be greatly missed. Douglas is survived by his wife of thirteen years Marlene... Clowater; one son..., one daughter..., his mother Shirley Clowater, Centerville, N.B. one sister..., three brothers.... He was predeceased by his father Calvin P. Clowater in 1988.... He also leaves to mourn his Manitoba family.... Funeral service was held at Centerville Untied Baptist Church on Wednesday, July 22, 1998 with Pastor Dale Carson officiating. The prelude by church organist Gerald Boyer and church pianist Annie-Laurie MacMillan was gracefully rendered. Musical selections "For You I am Waiting", by Shirley Graham and "Tears Will Never Stain The Streets Of That City" by Andy Drier were beautifully sung. "In Times Like These" was sung by the congregation. The eulogy was delivered by Mitch MacMillan, Centerville, N.B. A touching poem was composed by Aunt Clarice Clowater, Bridgewater, Maine. U.S.A. Pallbearers were Vernon Thomas, Stephen McCain, Dale McCarthy, Charlie Fisher, Lynn Kinney and Clifford Crain. Following the service interment was in the United Baptist Church Cemetery. The large attendance at the funeral service and the many charitable donations were eloquent testimonies to the love and respect in which Douglas was held. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Kilcollins Funeral Home, Bath, N.B. The Observer, Hartland, N.B. Sept. 23, 1998
CLUFF, FLORENCE GRAY GIBSON
Florence Gray Gibson Cluff passed away in her 90th year on November 19 at the Woodstock Hospital. She was the daughter of the late William A. Gibson and Jessie E. (Gray) Gibson and the widow of Hollis V. Cluff. Survived by her niece Beverley Gibson Richardson (Paul) of Kanata, Ontario, four great nieces and three great nephews. Her sister Janie R. Anderson, brother Howard E. Gibson, nephews Clinton Gibson and Richard Gibson, and two great nephews pre-deceased her. Florence was a graduate of Woodstock High School and the New Brunswick Normal School. She started her teaching career at the age of 19 and taught in several areas in New Brunswick, followed by 12 years in British Columbia where she retired after 47 years in a profession she loved. On retirement, Florence and Hollis returned to Jacksonville, New Brunswick. After Hollis's death in 1986, she was one of the original residents at Windsor Court in Fredericton which was her home for 13 years. During the past few months, she was a resident of Carleton Manor in Woodstock.. Many thanks to the staff at Windsor Court, Carleton Manor, Chalmers Hospital, Minto River Valley Health Centre and the Woodstock Hospital for the care given to her. Also for the compassionate care of Dr. Mutrie and Dr. K. Srinivosan. Florence was the adopted mother and grandmother at the home of Marg and Keith Allen where she enjoyed many special times. She was a member of Wilmot Street United Church in Fredericton, Order of Eastern Star Celestial Chapter # 3 and the NB Retired Teachers' Association. A memorial service will be held at The Culberson Funeral Chapel, 188 Connell Street, Woodstock, at 11:00 a.m. on November 29, 2003 with visitation prior to the service. A private interment will follow at Jacksonville United Baptist Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Rotary Camp or charity of choice. The Culberson Funeral Home in care of Funeral Arrangements, 188 Connell Street, Woodstock, New Brunswick, E7M 1L8
COGSWELL, LAURA ROBINSON -
Laura Robinson Cogswell, 92, of Somerville passed away suddenly on Wednesday, July 10, 2002. She was the daughter of the late Stephen and Annie (Pratt) Fowler. She was predeceased by two husbands, Fred S. Robinson and Elwood H. Cogswell. She is survived by children Pauline Robinson of Florenceville, Glenna Wright of Yellowknife, NWT, Laurene Goddard of Moncton, Arthur Robinson (Marilyn) of Saint John, thirteen grandchildren, several great grandchildren, sisters, Mildred Stoddard of Florenceville, Marion Palmer of Fredericton, brother, Lloyd Melvin of Somerville, nieces and nephews. Resting at the Britton Funeral Home, High Street, Hartland with visiting hours on Friday from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Funeral service will be held on Saturday at 1:00 pm from the Hartland Wesleyan Church. Interment will be in the Greenwood Cemetery in Hartland. Donations can be made to Gideon Bibles or the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
COGSWELL, PAUL DELBERT (DEL)
Paul Delbert Cogswell, 65 of Saint John, N.B. died peacefully on October 4, 2002 at home surrounded by his family after a courageous battle with cancer. Mr. Cogswell was born in Waterville, NB, son of the late Arthur and Margaret (Flowers) Cogswell. He was a former supervisor at the Sugar Refinery until his retirement in 1994 with 38 years of service. Del will be sadly missed by his wife Ruth (Little) and his six children, Judy, Mrs. Mike Defazio of Saint John, Paul Cogswell (Laura Lee) of Hampton, Delbert Cogswell (Sharon) of Fredericton, Susan, Mrs. Kevin Murtagh of Saint John, Gary Cogswell (Susan) of Saint John and Cindy Mrs. Robert Donovan of Saint John; 12 grandchildren, Tina, Joey, Cyndi, Jessica, Arthur, Lee, Scot, Trinda, Joey, Bryan, Jessica and Alicia; three great grandchildren, Michael, Eljay and Emily; one sister Elizabeth of Ontario and two brothers, Tom Cogswell of Martinon and Alvah Cogswell of Lincoln; several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at Fundy Funeral Home, 230 Westmorland Road, Saint John (646-6424) from where the funeral will be held on Monday October 7, 2002 at 10 am. Interment will take place at Ocean View Cemetery. Visiting Saturday from 7-9 and Sunday 20-4 and 7-9 pm. In Del's memory, donations to the Loch Lomond Villa Foundation would be appreciated.
COLE, ARNOLD EMELIOUS -
Of Woodstock, passed away at Carleton Manor in Woodstock on Friday, December 26, 2003, at the age of 86. Arnold is survived by his wife Kate; one son Alvah (Helene) of Meductic, NB; three daughters, Anita (Ellsworth) Smith of Winnepeg, Man.; Lois (Jim) Steele of Quispamsis, NB; Mary (Mike) Ferguson of Moncton, NB; eight grandchildren; four great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Arnold was a veteran of World War II. Resting at The Scott Funeral Home, 815 Main Street, Woodstock, with visiting on Sunday from 2-4pm and 7-9pm. Funeral Service will be held on Monday at 10:00 am from St. Gertrudes Catholic Church, Father Peter Cobbina will be officiating, with interment in the Calvary Cemetery, at a later date. www.scottfh.com
11/18/2002 COLE, VERA HAZEL - Of Woodstock passed away at Carleton Manor in Woodstock on Saturday, November 16, 2002, at the age of 80. Vera is survived by one son, Ivan (Dorothy) Chute of Oakland, NB; two daughters, Donna (Ernest) Keetch of Millville, NB; Winnifred Stanley of Oshawa, ON; one sister Flossie Chase of Lower Woodstock, NB; several grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Vera was pre-deceased by her parents, Richard and Lillian (Thornton) Fox; her husband, Eldridge Cole; three brothers, Russell Fox; Leslie Fox; Lloyd Fox; four sisters, Mary Sanson; Laura Britton; Thelma Crawford and Beulah Fox. Resting at The Scott Funeral Home, 815 Main Street, Woodstock, NB with visiting on Monday, November 18, 2002 from 2-4 pm and 7-9 pm. Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday at 2:00 pm from Scott Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Mark Cooney will be officiating, with interment in the Kirk Cemetery. www.scottfh.com
COLLICOTT, CHARLES A.
Charles A. Collicott of Riceville at Carleton Memorial Hospital, Woodstock, NB, at the age of 90 on Sunday, April 13, 2003. Born at Canterbury, NB, on May 22, 1912. Son of the late Benjamine and Ella (MacFarlane) Collicott. Survived by his wife Mary E. (Cummings) Collicott. His children, Sheila Bull (Donald), Bull's Creek, NB; Anne Schriver (Keith), Woodstock, NB; Esther Schuette (Brian), Ajax, Ontario; Cathy Porter (David), Saint John, NB; Maclolm and his wife Jean Collicott, Woodstock, NB, 11 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Predeceased by his sister Pauline Atherton and brothers Ralph, Samuel, William, Joseph, Arthur, George Collicott. Resting at The Culberson Funeral Home, 188 Connell Street, Woodstock, NB (506-325-1130). Family will receive friends on Tuesday, April 15, 2003 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service to be held on Wednesday, April 16, 2003 at 2 p.m. from Meductic United Baptist Church. Rev. Dale Greer officiating. Interment will take place at Lower Meductic Cemetery at later date. In Charles' memory, donations to the Canadian Bible Society or the Meductic United Baptist Church would be appreciated.
COLLICOTT, SARAH MAE -
The death of Sarah Mae Collicott of Woodstock and formerly of Canterbury occurred at Carleton Memorial Hospital, Woodstock on May 24, 2002. She was the wife of the late Fred H. Collicott. Born at Dover Hill, Victoria Co., NB on May 1, 1914, she was the daughter of the late Michael and Caroline (McManus) Cassidy. Predeceased by her husband Fred in 1977, her parents and her sister Agnes. She is survived by a sister-in-law, Gladys Lorette, Fredericton; a brother-in-law, Gerald Collicott (Esther), Halifax, NS; several cousins; her Collicott nieces and nephews and her many friends. She was a teacher, having taught in many New Brunswick schools including Grand Falls, Plaster Rock, Bath and Canterbury. Sarah Mae was an avid letter-writer, corresponding with family and her many friends from the Ridge Manor Campground in Florida where she spent twenty-five winters. A devout Catholic, she was a member of St. Thomas Catholic Church, Canterbury and was an historian at the St. Francis of Assisi Shrine, Skiff Lake. Each year she donated a handmade afghan to be raffled, with the proceeds going to the upkeep of the Shrine. Her hands were seldom idle, doing knitting, crocheting and tatting which she enjoyed giving to others. After the death of her husband Fred, she completed and published the Collicott Geneology which she had started. Mass of the Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Thomas Catholic Church, 14 Mill Street, Canterbury on Monday, May 27 at 11 a.m. Celebrant Father Dan Melanson. Interment will be in St. Thomas Cemetery. For those who wish to make a donation in memory of Sarah, the family has suggested the St. Thomas Catholic Church Building Fund or a charity of the donor\rquote s choice. Arrangements by Flewelling Funeral Home, Nackawic. (575-8988)
COLWELL, FRANK NELSON (BUD)
Of Woodstock, NB at his home on Wednesday, May 28, 2003. Survived by his wife Jean M. (Chambers). Daughter Debrah J. Matthews of Woodstock, New Brunswick; Son Gregory D. Colwell (Jackie) of Regina, Saskatchewan; Four Grandchildren, Lindsay and Jeffrey Matthews; Jennifer and Jaime Colwell. Resting at The Culberson Funeral Home 188 Connell Street, Woodstock, NB with visiting hours on Friday, May 30, 2003 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, May 31, 2003 at 1:00 p.m. from the Culberson Funeral Chapel with Rev. Fred Snyder officiating. Interment to follow at the Woodstock Rural Cemetery Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family.
CONNELL, GLADYS GERTRUDE -
Passed away on March 7, 2002 at the Carleton Manor in Woodstock, N.B. She was 93. Gladys (Wilson) Connell of Woodstock, N.B. was born on June 28, 1908 to the late Hersey & Daisy Wilson. She is survived by one son, Terry (Lucy) of Edmonton, Alberta; five grandchildren, Brian Crandlemire (Cathie) of Woodstock, N.B., Darrell Crandlemire (Barb) of Lakeville, N.B., Marlene Crandlemire of Moncton, N.B., Andy Connell and Tammy Connell of Edmonton, Alb.; six great grandchildren, one great great grandchild, one brother, Manfred Wilson of Montreal, Que., many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband Fred, daughter Joan and brother Ron. Remains resting at the Carleton Funeral Home, 337 Lockhart Mill Rd., Jacksonville, N.B. with visitation 1-2 p.m. on Sunday, March 10, 2002. Funeral Service will be held on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. from the funeral home. Interment will take place in the Woodstock Rural Cemetery at a later date. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Woodstock United Baptist Church.
COOK, Eliza Jean, 87
Wednesday, January 24, 2001 Bangor Daily News
PRESQUE ISLE - Eliza Jean Cook, 87,died Jan. 22, 2001, at a Presque Isle hospital. Mrs. Cook was born on April 19, 1913, in Woodstock, New Brunswick, the daughter of John and Laura (Purington) Currie. She was a member of the Presque Isle Congregation of Jehvovah's Witnesses. Mrs. Cook was a graduate of the Presque Isle General Hospital Nursing School and the Children's Hospital of Portland in 1933. She is survived by a son, Edward B. Case of Caldwell, Idaho. She is also survived by four stepchildren, John Cook of Caribou, Thomas Cook of Presque Isle, Catherine McDaniel of Phoenix, Ariz. and Christine Malloy of St. Martin, Calif. She was predeceased by her first husband, Edward B. Case in 1948, and by her second husband, Donald M. Cook in 1978. There will be no calling hours. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 27, 2001, at the Presque Isle Jehovah's Witnesses Hall, Houlton Road. Donations may be made to the local building fund of Jehovah's Witnesses in Presque Isle. Arrangements by Duncan-Graves Funeral Home, Presque Isle.
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CORCORAN, LEO CLARENCE JOSEPH SR. -
Leo Clarence Joseph Corcoran Sr., 53, of Woodstock and formerly of Holmesville, NB, passed away at his home on Friday, November 29, 2002. He was the son of the late Clarence and Mary Doherty Corcoran. Leo is survived by his children Jill (Sterling) McIntosh of Bath, David of Fredericton and Leo Jr. of Holmesville and their mother Georgina Corcoran of Holmesville, sisters, Theresa (George) LeVasseur of Oromocto, Mary Ellen Corcoran of Holmesville and Elizabeth (James) Allison of Campbellton, sister in law Joy Corcoran of Holmesville. Predeceased by his parents and brother Joseph. Remains resting at Kilcollins Funeral Home, Bath, visiting Monday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Mass of the Christian Burial will be celebrated Tuesday at 10 AM from St. John the Evangelist Church Johnville with Rev. Keith Nielsen. Interment to take place in the Johnville Cemetery. For those who wish, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or to the Carleton County Food Bank.
10/19/2002 COREY, DR. MARGARET JEAN Dr. Margaret Jean Corey of Nackawic, passed away October 18, 2002 at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital. born at Nackawic on January 11, 1939, she was a daughter of Evelyn (MacDonald) Corey and the late Clifford Corey. Dr. Corey is survived by her mother of Nackawic; a sister Marion Kirkpatrick (Howard), Woodstock; a brother David Corey (Edna), Nackawic; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Resting at Flewelling Funeral Home, 585 Otis Drive, Nackawic, with visiting hours Saturday from 7-9 p.m. and Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be held at the Nackawic Wesleyan Church on Monday, October 21, 2002 at 2 p.m. Rev. Carl and Evelyn Brewer officiating. Interment in Otis Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family has suggested donations to Nackawic Wesleyan Church, Otis Cemetery or charity of the donors choice.
COREY, AVIS -
Of Woodstock and formerly of Jacksonville, NB at Carleton Memorial Hospital on Thursday, February 13, 2003. Funeral service to be held Saturday, February 15, 2003 at 1:00 pm from Culberson Memorial Chapel. Rev. Paul Wellwood officiating. Interment at Jacksonville Church of England Cemetery at later date.
COREY, AVIS Avice Corey (wife of late Wendall Corey) of Woodstock and formerly of Jacksonville, NB on Thursday, February 13, 2003 at Carleton Memorial Hospital. Survived by daughters Carole Duska Corey of Summerland, BC and Brenda Mitchell Bull (John) of Bulls Creek, NB, 10 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. Predeceased by her husband Wendall D. Corey (1999). Resting at The Culberson Funeral Home, 188 Connell Street, Woodstock, NB, with no visiting at request of the deceased. Funeral service will be held on Saturday, February 15, 2003 at 1 p.m. from the Culberson Memorial Chapel with Rev. Paul Wellwood (Jacksonville Baptist Church) officiating. Interment at Jacksonville Church of England Cemetery at later date. Donations to the NB Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family.
Corey, Marion V. 1915-2001 Marion V. Corey, 86, of Ritchie Manor, Riverview, passed away at The Moncton Hospital on Monday, December 17, 2001. Born on June 30, 1915 in Hartland NB, she was the daughter of the late Clyde and Mary (Long) Rideout. She graduated from Hartland High School in 1913, Provincial Normal School, Toronto Bible College and Hickox Secretarial School of Boston. She was a teacher in NB and a Secretary in Boston, Mass. and Albany NY. She was a resident of Wentworth Ave, Riverview since 1977. Marion a member of the Whitepine United Baptist Church and involved in Women's Missionary Society, Senior Bible Study & Prayer Group. She is survived by daughter Carolyn Campbell (Gordon) of Liverpool, NS; sons, Frederic (Sandy) of Winnipeg, Chris (Ju) of Fredericton; grandchildren, Andrea, Charles (Chuck), Bryan, Lisa and Kevin; two sisters, Margaret Hoyt (Rev. Burton) of Houlton, Maine and Doris Degrass of Brantford, ON; half-sister Elizabeth Rideout Palmer (David) of United Arab Emirates; halfbrother, David Rideout (Jeanne) of Barrie, ON; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Besides her parents she was predeceased by three sisters Helen Fitzgerald, Anna Cook, Glenna Rideout; one brother Dalton W. ; one infant sister, Della and brother Clarence. Resting at Riverview Funeral Home with visiting hours on Thursday, December 19, 2001 from 2-4 and 7-9PM. The funeral service will be held from Riverview Funeral Home Chapel on Friday, December 21, 2001 at 1:00 pm with Rev. Frank Trail officiating. Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to W.M.S., Canadian Baptist Ministeriers, Whitepine United Baptist Church or charity of the donor's choice. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Riverview Funeral Home, (506) 857-9544. www.tuttlefuneralhome.com
CRABBE, BASIL I.,
Basil I. Crabbe Unity -- Basil I. Crabbe, 69, died Tuesday at his home in Unity following a long illness. He was born in Cloverdale, New Brunswick, Canada, Aug. 20, 1918, son of Willard and Nina ( Prosser ) Crabbe. He was employed for many years with the Cianbro Corp., Pittsfield, and was an avid fisherman. Survivors include his wife, Darlene ( Nichols ) Crabbe of Unity; one son, Barry Crabbe of Benton; two daughters, Mrs. Wayne ( Sue ) Ripley of Rehobeth, Mass., and Mrs. Ted ( Gay ) Leighton of Monroe; one sister, Donna Bagley of Beverly, Mass.; two brothers, Clayton Crabbe of New Brunswick, Canada, and Harry Crabbe of Fort Meyers, Fla.; five grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. One brother, Carvel Crabbe, and three sisters, Grace Grass, Della Carter, and Doris Crabbe, all died previously. Graveside services will be held in the spring. Waterville, ME. Morning Sentinel, March 9, 1988
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CRABBE, Miss Elizabeth
The death occurred on February 21 at her home in Debec, N. B. of Miss Elizabeth Crabbe. She was of a kind and generous disposition and made her home with her parents whom she cared for in their declinging years. She is survived by 3 sisters Mrs. B. J. Lenehan, Houlton, ME, Mrs. Louise Denning, Debec; Miss M. T. Crabbe, St. Stephen and 2 brothers James A., Debec and John of Los Angeles. Another brother predeceased her in January. The funeral was held from St. Agnes Church with High Mass of Requiem sung by Rev. P. A. MacFarlane and interment was in the adjoining cemetery. The pallbearers were Clinton Kelly, Thomas Kennedy, Bernard Griffin and Joseph Crabbe.
New Freeman, 11 Mar 1944, p. 8, col. 4
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Carleton Sentinel March 21, 1919
OBITUARY, Francis Crabbe Francis Crabbe, the well known C.P.R. engineer died 4 o'clock on Saturday morning after a 10 day illness from grippe and heart disease. He is survived by wife and three children. His one year old child died on Wednesday. Deceased was a perfect specimen of manhood, standing over 6 ft tall, weighing 240 pounds, and was one of the strongest men in town. A clean living man and general favourite, his sudden death shows the uncertainty of life. A special train left Woodstock at one o'clock on Sunday afternoon containing the body, hundreds of railway men and citizens in general for Debec, where was witnessed one of the largest funerals ever held there. After services by Rev. C. J. MacLaughlin in the church were he was baptised 35 years ago, the buriel took place in the Catholic cemetery adjoining and thus passed one of the most popular of the Railway Boys.
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The death of James Crabbe of Debec, Carleton County, occurred at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Eldon Kerr, Oak Mountain, on March 18. He was 84 years of age. He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crabbe, of Debec, and had been a resident there all his life. He was a member of St. Agnes Parish. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Kerr, Mrs. Wilmer Alward and one son, Joseph Crabbe; one sister, Mrs. James Denin, Debec; one brother, John Crabbe, Ashland, Oregon. His wife, the former Miss Ellen Dugan of Bath, died 19 years ago. The funeral was held from the residence of Mrs. Kerr to St. Agnes Church in Debec where High Mass of Requiem was celebrated by the pastor, Rev. Donald S. Gillis. The pallbearers were Theodore Griffin, Gerald Pickard, Harry McCoomb, Robert McDonald, Ensley Porter and Thomas Kennedy. Interment was in St. Agnes Cemetery with prayers at the grave by Father Gillis.
New Freeman, 7 Apr 1956, p. 8, col. 8
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Crabbe, Mrs. James
Carleton Sentinel, Woodstock, NB, Feb 18, 1937, p. 4, col. 3
OBITUARY, Mrs. James Crabbe The sudden death of Mrs. James Crabbe, aged 59 years, occurred February 13, at her residence at Debec, Carleton Co., NB, after an illness of a few weeks, but her death was unexpected and was a great shock to her family and community. She was the daughter of the late Hanora and Patrick Dugan of Johnville. She leaves to mourn her husband and three children, Rheta, Mary and Joseph all at home. Also four sisters and three brothers: Mrs. Stephen McNichol, Miss Catherine and Johanna Dugan of Lynn, Mass., and Miss Bridget Dugan of Bath, N.B.; John, Timothy and Daniel, all of Bath. The funeral was held from her residence to St. Agnes Church at Debec, on Tuesday morning, at 9:30, where requiem mass was celebrated by Rev. Dean McLaughlin with interment in the Catholic cemetery. The pallbearers were John Dugan, Thomas Kelly, John Pickard, John Whalen, James McGann, and Frank O'Donnell.
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Crabbe, Miss M. T.
St. Croix Courier, St. Stephen, NB, Thu, Feb 22, 1951, p. 1 and p. 8 Miss M. T. Crabbe Succumbs To Illness At Debec Miss M. T. Crabbe, a woman who for 54 years helped shape the lives of many young men and women along the St. Croix River, passed away Monday, February 19, at 82 years of age at the home of her sister Mrs. J. P. Denning, Debec, Carleton County. Conducted School 54 Years Miss Crabbe was principal of the St. Stephen Business College, which opened its doors in September 1896 and continued to play a prominent part in the education of youth in the community until it ended classes in the spring of 1950. Students of her school have gone out to positions of trust and responsibility in Canada and the U.S. and business firms relied on her recommendation without hesitation. The original site of the school was in the Barker Block corner of Water and Main Sts. but two years after opening it was moved to the Bonners Building over the store of Iveber and Grimmer, since destroyed by fire, at the site where now stands the store of C.A. O'Brien and Son. Keenly Interested In 1914 when the Olsen Building was erected the institution made its final move to headquarters over the Stedman Store, where Miss Crabbe taught commercial and stenographic subjects for 34 years. Miss Crabbe was always interested in the welfare of her graduates and she derived her greatest pleasure from calls and letters from former students telling her of their success in their occupations. The fact that frequently business offices needed no further recommendations than a certificate of graduation or diploma from St. Stephen Business College testifies to the esteem in which she was held by employers. Every graduate knew that before a diploma was presented work had to be completed. Ill Since Christmas When the school closed, Miss Crabbe returned to her former home in Debec where she fell ill at Christmas. She passed away Monday morning. She is survived by two brothers, James of Debec, and John W. of Klamath Falls, Ont.; and two sisters, Mrs. J. P. Denning, Debec and Mrs. B. E. Lenihan, Houlton, Me. Two nephews and two nieces also survive. The funeral was held yesterday morning at Debec and interment took place there.
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CRABBE, NEVILLE J.
The death of Neville James Crabbe, of 17 Ferris Road, Red Rapids, N.B. E7H 2A1 occurred at home on February 14, 2003. Born August 17, 1927 in Riverbank, N.B., the son of Harold and Helen Crabbe of Riverbank. Neville attended Florenceville Schools and in 1943 joined the merchant marines. After the war in 1946 Neville returned to work in the family sawmill business. In 1947, Neville Married Audrey Stephenson of Florenceville. Over the next 55 years, Neville lived in Florenceville, Bristol and Arthurette and worked in the wood products industry all of his life. Neville was very active throughout his life in service clubs, an ardent fly fisherman, hunter, guide, ball player, dart player, canoe poler, woodsman and friend of many people. Neville is survived by daughters, Sharon Brodbeck (Chris) of Fredericton, Shelley Bulmer (Banford) of Bristol; sons, Harold Crabbe (Paula) of Bristol, Stephen Crabbe (Joanne) of St. Andrews; sisters, Audrey Clark (Hal) of Halifax, Avis Savage (Ed) of Lakeville; brothers, Deane Crabbe (Joyce) of Bristol and Paul Crabbe of Fredericton and Neville's loving companion Barbara Guest of Arthurette; grandchildren, Lindsay LePage and Lisa Lepage, Fredericton, Jennifer, Snihur, Bristol, Sarah Crabbe Calgary, Jesse Bulmer, Perth, Alex Bulmer, Bristol, Neville Crabbe, Antigonish, Stephen Crabbe, Fredericton and Patrick Crabbe, St. Andrews; great grandchildren, Katelyn Snihur and Lauryn Bulmer. Neville was predeceased by his parents and his wife, Audrey. A reception celebrating Neville's life will be held at the K of C. Hall, Industrial Park, Perth-Andover, N.B. on Saturday, February 22, 2003 from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Perth Hotel Dieu Foundation, 10 Woodland Hill Street, Perth, N.B. E7H 5H5. Arrangements by White's Funeral Home, PerthAndover, N.B.
CRABB, Mrs. Richard (Sarah Ryan)
Carleton Sentinel 1922.
The death occurred at he home in Debec, after three days of illness of pneumonia, of Mrs. Richard Crabbe,Sr., in her 89th year. She was a woman of gentle, kind disposition, devoting her life to home and family.The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon from the church of St.Agnes in Debec, followed by a large number of people, to pay their respects to one who had been a life-long resident in their midst. Her life was best described in the words of the text, chosen by Re. C. J. Mclaughlin: "She was greatly renowned among all, because she feared the Lord very much, neither was there anyone that spoke an ill word of her, Judith V111, 8th." Her life he said, from the beginning was a preparation for her last end, and she ever retained that simplicity of faith in God so characteristic of the people of her generation. Devoted to her family, home,and church, she had left to all the example of an ideal wife and mother. Faithful in life, she was faithful unto death. We speak, he said, of heroes and heroines on the battle field, we speak of Judith, Esther and Ruth, but are these not removed from the scenes of the world strife and unknown, presiding over the sanctuary of our Christian homes, mothers whose courage, devotedness and self-sacrifice would equal that of our noblest heroines. The large concourse of friends and relatives following her remains were , he said, the best testimony of a devoted and well spent life. She is survived by her age husband, six daughters and three sons: Mrs. B. Lenehan, of Houlton; Mrs . F. A.Dugan, of Homesville; Mrs. Jas. Kelly,of Lakeville; Mrs. James Dennin, of Maxwell; M.T. Crabbe, of St. Stephen; James of Debec; John of McGill, Nevada., who has been visiting his aged parents, for the past seven months, Thomas and Elizabeth at home.
Carleton Sentinel Dec. 1926
After an illness of only a few days the death of Richard Crabbe took place at his late residence in Debec. He was the last surviving member of one of the pioneer families whose parents came from the British Isles. Although deceased was in his 93 rd year, he was still keen in intellect and never ceased to keep informed of events, through reading and conversation. In politics he was a Liberal. His untiring industry and uprightness and the good will shown towards his fellow men without regard to creed, made him a valuable member in the community of which he was a life long resident. His family are: Mrs. B Lenehan, of Houlton; Mrs. Margaret Kelly, Hartland; Mrs. James Dennin, Debec; John W., Los Angeles; James H., Debec; Mrs. M.T. Crabbe, St.Stephen; Elizabeth and Thomas at home, besides several grand children. His wife predeceased him five years ago. The funeral took place Thursday from his home to St. Agnes Church, where a high mass of requiem was said by Rev. J. C. McLaughlin. Interment was made in the adjoining cemetery.
CRABB, Mrs. Richard (Alice Rice)
Carleton Sentinel 1912
On Wednesday, June 5th, the death of Mrs. Richard Crabb occurred at her home in Richmond. Her death after a few days illness from pneumonia came as a great surprise to all. She was in her 44th year, and was the daughter of Mrs. Laurence Keefe of Lakeville. She leaves to mourn her sad loss her husband and seven children. She was much esteemed by a large circle of friends and acquaintances, and her funeral which took place in the Catholic Cemetery at Debec Junction on Saturday morning, was one of the largest in that vicinity for some time.
CRABB, Mrs. Richard (Margaret)
Carleton Sentinel 1925
Mrs. Richard Crabb, Union Corner, died at her home of paralysis on Thursday of last week, aged 62 years. She leaves a husband, five sisters in England: Mrs. Robert Bell of Benton is a sister; two brothers in England.The funeral was on Saturday morning conducted by Rev. Father McLaughlin. Burial at Debec.
CRABB, Richard Albert
Carleton Sentinel 1951, May 31.
A long and useful life came to a close early Sunday evening, May 20th, when Richard A. Crabb retired Debec farmer, died after a brief illness, of his daughter, Mrs. Jennie McGuire, Broadway, Woodstock. Mr. Crabb was in his ninety-four year, having been born in Debec January 31, 1858. He was the son of the late William and Ellen Crabb. After a successful farming career of over 60 years he sold his farm a few years ago and retired from active work. Despite his advanced years he retained possession of all his faculties to a remarkable degree and was about until only a few days before his death. Surviving are three sons, Roy; Don; and Clayton; two daughters, Mrs. Arthur Kallenberg, Calais, Maine, and Mrs. Jennie McGuire, Woodstock; thirty grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren. High mass of Reqiem was sung at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Debec on Tuesday morning with the Rev. Father Gillis officiating. Interment was in the family lot in St. Agnes Cemetary, Debec. The pallbearers were Arthur Kallenberg, Donald Rush, Edward Lawson and Bernard Griffin.
Richard Albert Crabbe ( 1st Wife Alice Rice ; 2nd Wife Margaret.)
Carleton Sentinel Aug. 1878:
At South Richmond, Monday evening, 19th inst., after a lingering illness, Rosa, wife of Joseph Crabb, aged 77 years.
CRABBE, Thomas R.
CRABBE - On January 14 the death occurred of Thomas R. Crabbe in his 66th year. He was the son of the late Richard and Sarah Crabbe and was a lifelong resident of Debec. He had been in failing health for the past several months. He leaves to mourn four sisters Elizabeth and Mrs. Louise Denning, Debec; Mrs. B. J. Lenihan, Houlton, ME; Miss M. T. Crabbe, St. Stephen and two brothers James of Debec and John of Los Angeles. The funeral was held from his late residence to St. Agnes Church where High Mass of Requiem was sung by Rev. P. A. MacFarlane. Burial was made in the family lot in the adjoining cemetery. The pallbearers were Bernard Griffin, Eldon Kerr, Thomas Kennedy, Arthur Denning, Joseph Crabbe and Theodore Griffin. Many spiritual tributes testified to the sympathy of friends.
New Freeman, 29 June 1944, p. 6, col. 4
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Thorndike -- Willard Crabbe, 74, died Monday at a Bangor Hospital after a long illness. He was born in Cloverdale, N.B., the son of Richard and Hannah Hoyt Crabbe. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Nina Crabbe; four sons, Carvel and Harry of Easton, Mass., Clayton of Perth, N.B., and Basil of Thorndike; three daughters, Mrs. Grace Grass of Thorndike, Mrs. Della Carter of Winslow, and Mrs. Donna Bagley of Beverly, Mass.; two sisters, Mrs. Orchard of Cloverdale, N.B., and Mrs. Lindy White of Lake Worth, Fla.; 17 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Interment will be in the Maplewood Cemetery, Fairfield. Waterville, Me. Morning Sentinel, December 10, 1963.
Carleton Sentinel, Elmwood Items, March 6th, 1893
On the 3rd inst., Mr. Wm. Crabb, a much respected resident of Elmwood, died after a short illness. The bereaved family have the sympathy of the community.
Debec Items. March 6th, 1893
Wm. Crabb, one of our esteemed citizens, passed away on Thursday night, March 2nd, after a brief illness. His remains were interred in the R.C. burying ground on Sabbath last.
Crabbe, William H.
Carleton Sentinel, 12 Jul 1890:
Died at Greenfield, Carleton County, June 28th, of heart disease, William H. Crabbe, aged 53 years, leaving a wife and children to mourn their loss.
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CRABBE, William Henry
William Henry Crabbe, died at his home at Debec, on Nov. 11 at the age of 73, after a lingering illness. He was born at Debec, N. B., August 3, 1881, son of the late Henry Crabbe, and Elizabeth Rush. He was a life-long resident of Debec, and he was a member of St. Agnes Parish and the Holy Names Society. He was married to Mary McInerney of Saint John, who died November 1, 1937. By this marriage, four children were born, two of whom survive, Mrs. Marie Allaire (?) of Sanford, Maine, and Donald Crabbe, of Debec. He is also survived by his wife, the former Genevieve Carten, formerly of Fredericton, N. B., one sister, Mrs. Margaret Fitzpatrick, Houlton, Maine, and one brother John Crabbe, of Northampton, Mass. Eight grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews also survive. The funeral was held November 13, from the residence to St. Agnes Church for High Mass of Requiem celebrated by the pastor, Rev. D. S. Gillis. The pallbearers were Ronald Crabbe, Anthony and Gordon Fitzpatrick, nephews, and Harry McComb, Frank O'Donnell and David Griffin. Interment was in the family lot in St. Agnes Cemetery with prayers at the grave by Father Gillis.
New Freeman, 27 Nov 1954, p. 7, col 4-5
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CRAIG, WILLIAM OLIVER -
On Saturday, February 23, 2002 at his residence at Hay Settlement, NB, William Oliver Craig at age 82. Born at Lower Woodstock, NB in 1919 to the late Robert and Mina (Stairs) Craig. Survived by sisters Nina Goodine (Gordon), Dumfries, NB, Carol Conners, Grafton, NB, Deanna Bradley (Edwin), Woodstock, NB, a brother Robert, Fredericton, NB and several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by three sisters, Rowena, Fern, Winona and brothers Hazen, Clifford and Selwyn. Friends may call on Monday, February 25th at the Carleton Funeral Home, Jacksonville, NB from 7-9 PM. Memorial service will be held on Tuesday at 2:00 PM from the Funeral Home with Rev. Maynard Rector officiating. Interment will follow at a later date at Hay Settlement. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, The Salvation Army or to a memorial of the donors choice.
CRAIN, Mrs Rose
At Northern Carleton Hospital, Bath, Tuesday, July 1, 1986, Mrs. Rose Crain, of Johnville New Brunswick, widow of John Thomas Crain, survived by eight daughters, three sons, two sisters, 38 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Resting at Kilcollins Funeral Home, Bath. Visiting hours Thursday 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Services Friday at 10 a.m. from Saint John the Evangelist Church, Johnville. Interment in an adjoining cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a memorial of the donor's choice.
Telegraph Journal, 3 July 1986, p. 18
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CRANDLEMIRE, NORMA HELEN -
Of Lakeville, passed away at Northern Carleton Hospital in Bath on Saturday, August 17, 2002 at the age of 71. Norma is survived by four sons, Brent (Cathy) Crandlemire of Woodstock; Wayne (Lorraine) Crandlemire of Hampton; Danny (Teresa) Crandlemire of Bedell; Ricky (Margo) of Florenceville; one daughter, Wanda (Kenny) Hamilton of Avondale; two sisters Wilma (George) Barrett of Upper Woodstock, Carolyn (Gordon) Kilpatrick of Debec; three brothers, Donald (Carol) Rogers of Simonds; Bob (Lois) Rogers of Woodstock; Keith (Diane) Rogers of Digby; fourteen grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Norma was predeceased by her husband, Douglas H. Crandlemire; one daughter Debbie; and one sister Marie Rochan. Resting at The Scott Funeral Home, 815 Main Street, Woodstock, NB with visiting on Sunday from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service will be held on Monday at 2:00 p.m. from Scott Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Dan Sentner will be officiating, with interment in the Avondale Cemetery. Crandlemire Family, General Delivery, Lakeville, NB, E7K 3G2 www.scottfh.com
CRAWFORD, LAVERSA AMY
The death of Laversa Amy Crawford of Nackawic, occurred at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital, Fredericton, NB, on July 16, 2002. Born in 1913 at Southampton, NB, she was the eldest daughter of the late Millard F. and Effie B. (Dow) Wright. She is survived by two daughters, Carolyn A. (Tom) Munroe of Nackawic, NB; Lauretta M. (Larry) Bell of Bellville, NB; seven sons, Robert L. (Barbara) Crawford of St. Stephen, NB; Sherwood F. (Karen) Crawford of Bass River, NS; Gordon H. (Mary) Crawford of Scotch River, NS; E. Archie (Sarah) Crawford of Woodstock, NB; James R. (Dawn) Crawford of Debec, NB; Allison W. (Lydia) Crawford of Moncton, NB; Charles A. (Susan) Crawford of Mapledale, NB; three sisters, Elva W. (Floyd) Stewart of Hermon, ME; Joyce M. Dumore of Manchester, CT; Geneta Rose (Richard) Anderson of Searsport, ME; and her 22 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents; her husband C. Lloyd Crawford; son Paul Douglas Crawford; brothers, Gordon M.S. and Philip W. Wright and a sister Mavis P. Rockwell. Resting at The Scott Funeral Home, 815 Main Street, Woodstock, NB with visiting on Thursday, July 18, 2002 from 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be held on Friday at 2 p.m. from Trinity United Church of Canada, Debec, NB. Rev. Bev. Brazier will be officiating, with interment in the United Church Cemetery, McKenzie Corner, NB. If desired donations may be made to The Canadian Red Cross or to memorial of the donor's choice. www.scottfh.com
CREIGHTON, MURIEL FRANCES
Peacefully at Guelph General Hospital, on Thursday, September 19, 2002, Muriel (Mair) Creighton was born on May 18, 1913, she was the beloved daughter of the late Edgar and Maud Mair (Woodstock, NB) and the dear sister of the late Isabel Mair. Survived by her son Frank and his wife Brenda Creighton of Montague, PEI, her grandson Chris and his wife Melissa Creighton, her granddaughter Heather and her husband David Spriet and by her great granddaughter Madeline (Maddy) Spriet. A memorial service will be held at Kirk Chapel, St. George's Anglican Church, 99 Woolwich St., Guelph on Saturday, September 21, 2002 at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Jean Mitchell officiating. Cremation has taken place. As expressions of sympathy donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family (cards available at the Gilbert MacIntyre & Son Funeral Home, 252 Dubin Street, N, Guelph 519-822-4731 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
CROCCO, MABEL MAY -
Mabel May Crocco, of Woodstock, New Brunswick, who passed away on June 14, 2002 at the Carleton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Crocco was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia on September 10, 1901, daughter of the late William J. and Margaret M. (Laws) Salter. Mrs. Crocco is the last surviving member of her immediate family. She is predeceased by her husband Peter Michael Crocco, daughter Marie Spicer, son James F.H. Crocco, sister Lillian Fleet, brothers Thomas and William Salter. Survived by grandchildren James Spicer, Catherine Olsen, Peter Crocco, Leslie LaPage, James Crocco, eleven great grandchildren and five great great grandchildren. Resting at The Culberson Funeral Home, 188 Connell St., Woodstock, NB. No visitation. Funeral services for Mrs. Mabel Crocco will be held from St. Luke\rquote s Anglican Church, Woodstock on Monday, June 17, 2002 at 1:00 p.m. Ven Walter Williams officiating. Interment to follow at the Christ Church Cemetery, Lower Woodstock, NB. Donations to the St. Luke\rquote s Anglican Church would be appreciated by the family.
CRISP, JAMES R. -
James Robert (Jim) Crisp, husband of Valerie (Langdon) Crisp, passed away at the Saint John Regional Hospital on Thursday, July 18, 2002, at the age of 79. Born in Waterville, NB, he was the son of the late Rev. Spencer and B. Faye (Hallett) Crisp. Jim attended Mount Allison University and worked in the Insurance Industry for most of his career ending with State Farm Insurance and for a period before his retirement, he was employed the Corps. of Commissionaires at the Coast Guard as a W.O.I.. He was a WWII veteran and served in the RCAF as a Lieutenant for the Pathfinders 405 Squadron and was a P.O.W., first President, in 1950 for the RCAF Association (105 Cumberlain Wing), member of the RCL Jervis Bay Branch #53 and the Air Force Association, # 250 of Saint John. Charter member of the Simonds Lions Club and Past President, one of the founding members of the Loch Lomond Villa Inc. He enjoyed building boats and salmon fishing. Besides his wife he is survived by two sons Rev. Robert Crisp (Tammy \lquote Elizabeth\rquote ) of Calgary and Jeffrey Crisp of Saint John, two grandsons, David and Matthew of Calgary, several cousins, nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by one son Jimmy. Resting at Brenan\rquote s Select Community Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row, Saint John (634-7424), with visiting on Saturday only, 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Funeral service will be held at Brenan\rquote s Funeral Home Chapel, on Monday, July 22, 2002 at 1:00 PM. Following cremation the interment will take place in Fernhill Cemetery. The Royal Canadian Legion will hold a tribute to a Veteran service on Saturday at 7:00 PM, at the funeral home. Remembrances may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Loch Lomond Villa Inc.
CRONKHITE, ARNOLD EUGENE
Arnold E. Cronkhite of Nackawic passed away January 11, 2003 at Carleton Manor. Born at Southampton, on December 12, 1916, he was a son of the late Perley and Bessie (MacDonald) Cronkhite. He was a carpenter by trade. He was a member of Woodstock Mansonic Lodge for 57 years. Arnold was a devoted father and grandfather and is survived by two daughters, Susan Peterson (Dale) of Woodstock, and Jo Ann Cronkhite (Wayne) of Temperance Vale; a son, Joe Cronkhite of Nackawic; a sister, Ruth Caverhill of Nackawic; a brother, Allen Cronkhite (Juanita) of Nackawic; eight grandchildren, Beth Ann Marr (Mike), Michael Cronkhite, Danielle Kinjerski (Kris), Peter Cronkhite, Caitlin Cronkhite, Kyle Cronkhite, Kasie Peterson and Terra Peterson; a great grandson, Austin Marr; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his first wife, Barbara (Grant) Cronkhite in 1975, his second wife, Ella Cronkhite in 1986 and a brother, Carl Cronkhite.'Resting at Flewelling Funeral Home, 585 Otis Drive, Nackawic with visiting hours Monday from 2-4 and 79 p.m. Funeral service will be held from the funeral home chapel on Tuesday, January 14, 2003 at 2 p.m. Rev. Ralph Irving officiating. Interment will be later at Otis Cemetery. Woodstock Masonic Lodge will hold a service at the funeral home on Monday evening at 7 p.m. For those who wish to make a donation in memory of Arnold, the family has suggested the Alzheimer Society or Otis Cemetery.
CROPLEY, WILFRED STERLING (BUD) The death of Wilfred Sterling (Bud) Cropley of Fredericton occurred on Monday, September 29, 2003 at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital. Born in St. Croix, he was the son of the late R. Wesley and Mae (Hall) Cropley. Bud taught in many schools in New Brunswick, including in Meductic, Woodstock, Perth-Andover, and the Kingston Penninsula. He later worked as an accountant for Paul Embleton. Bud was a very musical person who could play many instruments, and was a former member of the Burtt's Corner Community Band and the Woodstock Legion Band. A Veteran of World War II, Bud served his country overseas with the Princess Louise's 8th Hussars in Italy and Continental Europe. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion for more than 55 years, in Woodstock Branch # 11 and Fredericton Branch # 4. Bud also enjoyed golfing. He is survived by a sister, Alma Dickinson of Fredericton; a brother-inlaw Joseph Neale of Calgary; and several nieces and nephews. Bud was predeceased by brothers Richard (Dick) Cropley and Wayne Cropley; and by sisters Bernice McAleer, Elizabeth (Beth) Neale, and Hester Cropley. Visitation will take place at York Funeral Home, Brookside Drive at Douglas Avenue, Fredericton North, on Thursday from 2-4 PM. A graveside funeral service will be held on Friday at 2:00 PM at the Legion Section of the Woodstock Rural Cemetery. The Venerable Walter Williams will officiate. A Royal Canadian Legion Tribute Service will be conducted by the members of Branch # 11 at the graveside. The honourary pallbearers will be Charles Thomas, Gordon Thomas, Stewart Thomas, Wesley McAleer, Richard McAleer, and LeRoi McAleer. For those who wish, remembrances to the CNIB would be appreciated by the family, in lieu of flowers. Personal condolences may be offered via www.yorkfh.com
CULBERT, Francis P. - passed away April 6, 2005. He was born in Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada, on April 15, 1921, a son of the late Patrick E. and Helena (Gallagher) Culbert. He was educated in Lowell public schools and graduated from Lowell High School. He also received many certificates in statistical math from Sunoco Products Co. During World War II, Mr. Culbert served in the U.S. Army as a staff sergeant with the 260th and 373rd Corps of Engineers. He was stationed in England, France, and other parts of Europe. He received an honorable discharge after his military service. He was a recipient of numerous decorations and medals, including the World War II D-day Commemorative, World War II Battle of the Bulge Commemorative, the Cold War Commemorative Medal, and the Army Good Conduct Medal. He also received three Bronze battle stars and a special diploma from the Secretary of Defense of France for his contribution in the fight to liberate France during the June 6, 1944, landing at Normandy. He was a charter member of the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. He worked at J.J. Newbury's in Lowell and in Springfield, Vt., and before retiring was a quality control supervisor for Sunoco Products Co. in Lowell. He also owned Culbert's Variety store on University Avenue and A Belvidere Florist on Rogers Street, both in Lowell. He was a parish member of St. Rita Church in Lowell. Mr. Culbert was a member of the American Legion Post 100 Pelham, the American Society for Quality Control American Valley Section, the Pawtucketville Social Club and the Ancient Order of Hibernians Division 19 of Lowell. He was an active fund-raiser for the American Heart Fund, the American Diabetes Association and the American Cancer Society. Mr. Culbert was an avid golfer and for many years enjoyed summers at Silver Sands Campground, Chester, N.H., and for the last three years at Calef Lake Campground in Auburn, N.H. Besides his wife, he is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Dawn Marie and Christian Castner of China, Maine and Westford; five sons and two daughters-in-law, Patrick and Judith (Dean) Culbert of Pelham, John Culbert Sr. and Linda (Bently) Culbert of Lowell, Timothy Culbert of Winthrop, Maine, Joseph Culbert of Lowell and James Culbert, of Manchester, N.H. Mr. Culbert also leaves 18 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. He was also the brother of the late Madeline (Culbert) Vincent; grandfather of the late Stephen Joseph Culbert; and great-grandfather of the late Ella Marie Spychalski. Published in the Lowell Sun on 4/9/2005.
CULBERT, JOSEPH E. -
Joseph E. Culbert Of Cape Road, Newburg, New Brunswick on Friday, January 3, 2003 at his home. Son of Leo F. and Alice M. (McCarron) Culbert. Survived by his mother Alice Culbert, his wife Herta (Hattie) Culbert, daughter Ellen Culbert-Johnston (Marty), son Johnny Charles Culbert (Toni), brother Lloyd P. (Ruth) Culbert and nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his father Leo Culbert, son Mark J. Culbert, brother Gerald Culbert. Resting at the Culberson Funeral Home, 188 Connell St. Woodstock with visiting on Sunday, 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Funeral service to be held on Monday, January 6, 2003 at 11:00 am from St. Gertrude\rquote s Church, Newburg. Following the Funeral Mass in Woodstock the body will travel to Manzi Funeral Home at 179 Shrewbury Street, Worcester, Mass. Visitation will be at Manzi Funeral Home on Wednesday, January 8, 2003 from 4-7 pm. A graveside service will be held on Thursday morning followed by burial at St. John\rquote s Cemetery, Worchester, Mass. Donations to the Carleton memorial Hospital Foundation or the St. Josephs Church Heating Fund would be appreciated.
CULBERSON, JANET L. (JEN)
Of Woodstock, New Brunswick passed away at Carleton Memorial Hospital on Monday, March 10, 2003 at the age of 79. Wife of the late Robert P. Culberson. Survived by daughters Sandra Culberson of Woodstock, NB. Joanne Barrett of Somerville, NB and her family Josh and Melissa, Erin, Jordan. Carolyn Everett and her husband , Neil of Rosedale, NB. and her family Hilary, Nathan, Joel; Great Grandchildren, Seth Barrett and Alexandra Barrett ; Sisters, Mrs. Marjorie Murray of Woodstock, NB., Mrs. Maude Shaw of Hartland, NB., Mrs. Elizabeth Lecuyer of Ottawa, Ont. Resting at The Culberson Funeral Home 188 Connell Street, Woodstock, NB (506-325-1130) E7M 1L8. Family will receive friends at the funeral home on Thursday, March 13, 2003 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral services to be held on Friday, March 14, 2003 from the Woodstock United Baptist Church at 2:00 p.m. Interment at the Greenwood Cemetery at a later date. Donations to the Izaak Walton Killam Health Centre, Halifax would be appreciated by the family.
CULLEN, PATRICK JOSEPH (JOE) -
With deep sadness, the family announces the death of Patrick Joseph (Joe) Cullen of Medicine Hat, AB, at the D.E.C. Hospital, Fredericton on July 14, 2003, after a brief illness. Born in Bath, NB, on March 18, 1949, he was the son of Frances (Kinney) Cullen and the late Peter Cullen (1988) of Johnville, NB. He will be greatly missed by his mother, Frances of Johnville, Brothers, Emery of Bonneyville, AB, Jim (Eileen) of Saint John, NB, John, George (Lois), Dennis (Nancy) all of Johnville, Douglas (Marla) of Mackenzie, BC, Kevin (Cathy) of Cambridge, ON, Sisters, Theresa (Ron) Denny of Johnville, Jeanne (Larry) van Keule of Medicine Hat, Patricia (Eamonn) Brennan of Bath, Sandra (Jim) Sopko of Rycroft, AB, Uncle, Harold Cullen of Boston, Mass, many Nieces, Nephews, Cousins and Friends. Known as Pat to his friends and colleagues in Alberta, he was "Joe" to his family and friends in New Brunswick. He graduated from Bath Regional High School, St. Francis Xavier University, University of NB and spent 26 years in a teaching career in Spirit River and Medicine Hat, AB. Joe treasured his family, colleagues, students, Irish heritage, faith and the beloved hills of Johnville where he spent as much of his time as possible. His idea of a vacation was early morning fishing for trout, enjoying his Mother\rquote s cooking, and engaging anyone who dropped in for a visit in a spirited debate on a wide range of topics. He was an avid reader, historian, and genealogist. Joe left a wealth of information for many others to appreciate. Resting at Kilcollins Funeral Home, Bath, NB, visiting Thursday July 17, from 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Funeral Mass of the Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday July 18, 2003 at 11:00 AM from St. John The Evangelist Church, Johnville, Rev. Keith Nielsen will officiate. Interment will take place in the Johnville Cemetery. If so desired, memorial tributes may be made to the Martin Kilfoil Memorial Fund or a charity of Donor\rquote s choice. Rest in Peace Joe.
CULLEN, RICHARD M. -
At his residence, on Saturday, July 27, 2002; Richard Murray Cullen of the Turnbull Nursing Home, husband of Veronica Mary (Brayall) Cullen of 62 years. Born in Johnville, NB he is the son of the late Dennis and Briget (Irvine) Cullen. Richard married Veronica in 1940 and moved to Saint John in 1942. He was employed with L.E. Shaw Concrete Ltd for over 20 years as a fork lift operator, retiring in 1984 at the age of 69. He was also a member of Our Lady of the Assumption Church. Surviving in addition to his wife Veronica are his children Anna Marie Washburn (David), Ron, Murray (Beth), grandchildren, Travis, Tyson, Tyler, Trent Washburn, Christopher and Johnathan Cullen, great grandson Brandon Washburn, brother Harold Cullen of Boston, Mass, many nieces and nephews. Richard was also predeceased by brothers William, Patrick, Peter, Dennis, Henry, sisters MaryAnn, Peggy, Cecelia and Theresa. Resting at Castle "Fallsview" Funeral Home, 309 Lancaster Avenue, West Saint John, NB (506-634-1701) from where the visitation will be held on Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated on Tuesday, July 30, 2002 at Our Lady of the Assumption Church at 12:00 o\rquote clock noon. The interment will take place in Holy Cross Cemetery followed by a reception at the Fallsview Family Reception Centre. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, Canadian Diabetes Association or the NB Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Tributes and condolences may be placed or this notice viewed at www.castlefh.com
CUMMINGS, PANSY VERNA -
Of Woodstock passed away at Carleton Memorial Hospital in Woodstock on Thursday, August 15, 2002 at the age of 87. Pansy is survived by two sons Clifford Cummings of Fredericton, James Cummings of Beechwood; three daughters Norma McLellan of Fredericton, Carol McGarrigle of Fredericton and Lea Dawn Cummings of Woodstock. One sister Joyce Bulmer of Brantford, Ontario. Grandchildren, Great Grandchildren, Nieces and Nephews. Resting at The Scott Funeral Home, 815 Main Street, Woodstock, NB with visiting on Friday from 7-9 pm. Funeral Service will be held on Saturday at 2 pm from Scott Funeral Home Chapel. Captain Nelson Walkins will be officiating, with interment in the Lower Meductic Cemetery.
CUMMINGS, HAYWARD MURRAY
Hayward Murray Cummings, born October 16, 1921 in Southampton, passed away peacefully on October 19, 2002 at Carleton Memorial Hospital in Woodstock. Hayward grew up on the family farm in Southampton and served overseas in the military during the Second World War. After returning, he worked with his family in their lumber and construction business. He married Greta Griffiths on July 12, 1947. After his retirement, he enjoyed working in his woodlots, gardening, sugaring, attending church / community functions and always being there for his family and friends. He is dearly loved and will be sadly missed by his wife and children, Barb (Dana) Fox, Sharon (Bob) Morrison, Ashley (Margie) Cummings, Nancy McLaughlin, Jeffrey (Brenda) Cummings, Lisa (Jamie) Grasse and Julie (Brent) Goddard; 17 grandchildren, Tim, Danita, Scot, Rob, Rodney, Kyla, Melissa, Amy, Conal, Ian, Meaghan, Laura, Brittany, Daniel, Luke, Joel and Matthew; seven great grandchildren, Drew, Laiken, Emma, Billy, Paige, Ben and Gracie; six brothers, Hazen (Ruth), Glen (Vivian), Edison (Betty),Colby (Audrey), Clifton (Louise), Malcolm (Lou); two sisters, Marie Nelson and Vera (John) Cowie; sisters-in-law Jean (Harry) Haines, Shirley Carnahan, Marion Vincent and Dorothy (Ed) Coombs; several nieces and nephews. Hayward was predeceased by his parents, Smith and Verna (Patterson) Cummings. Resting at Flewelling Funeral Home, 585 Otis Drive, Nackawic, with visiting hours Monday from 2-4 and 79 p.m. Funeral service will be held Tuesday, October 22, 2002 at 2 p.m. at the Kirk United Church of Canada, Landegger Drive, Nackawic. Rev. Ralph Irving officiating, assisted by Rev. John Roy. Interment will be in New Lenentine Cemetery. A Royal Canadian Legion tribute service will be held Monday evening at 7 p.m. Honorary pallbearers will be grandchildren Danita Algar, Kyla Morrison, Amy Cummings, Conal McLaughlin and Meaghan McLaughlin. Pallbearers will be grandchildren, Tim Fox, Scot Fox, Rob Morrison, Rodney Morrison, Melissa Cummings and Ian McLaughlin. For those who wish to make a donation in memory of Hayward, the family has suggested the New Lenentine Cemetery, the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the CNIB. The family mailing address is 2280 Route 105,Southampton, NB E6G 1N1
CUNNINGHAM, GLADYS MAUDE -
Passed away at the Carleton Manor in Woodstock, NB on April 7, 2002, Gladys Maude (Sibley) Cunningham of Woodstock, NB. Born at Woodstock, NB 1919 to the late John and Maude (Crawford) Sibley. Survived by three daughters, Barbara Cook (Leonard) Woodstock, NB, Sharon Anderson (Conrad) Woodstock, NB, Margaret Milliken (Sandy) Maryland, USA, sisters Marjorie Allaby, Brantford, Ontario, Helen Clark, Houlton, Maine, grandchildren David Cook (fianc\'e9e Vicki Frost), Bryon Cook (Heidi), Timothy Cook (Krista), Ryan Anderson, Yvonne Anderson, Rowan Anderson, Sara Milliken, Kelly Milliken, great grandchildren Hanna, Samuel, Brennan, Lauren, Ethan and Kyra. Predeceased by husband Arnold, 1994, one brother Gerald and one sister Marian. Remains resting at the Carleton Funeral Home 337 Lockhart Mill Rd. Jacksonville, NB where friends may call 2-4 and 7-9 PM on Tuesday April 9, 2002. Services will be on Wednesday April 10, 2002 at 2:00 PM from the funeral home. Rev. Fred Snyder will be officiating. Interment will take place in the Bloomfield United Church Cemetery. Expressions of sympathy may be made to a memorial of the donors choice.
CURTIS, Maj. Donald W., (Ret.) U.S. Army Reserve, 75
PALMYRA - Major Donald W. Curtis, 75, (ret) U.S. Army Reserve, died Nov. 13, 2000, at a Bangor hospital.
He was born May 2, 1925, at Bristol, New Brunswick, Canada, the son of George and Ella (Elkins) Curtis.
He was a graduate of Aroostook Central Institute, attended aircraft school at Quoddy Head and was a graduate of Officer Candidate School. A veteran of World War II, Don also served in the European Theater as part of the Army of Occupation. He served 20 years of active duty overseas in Germany, Newfoundland, and Iran, and later stateside, retiring from the Bangor Army Reserve Center in 1963. After retiring from the military he worked as a quality control inspector for Edwards Corporation in Pittsfield, and later, as a self-employed upholsterer at Old Tavern Upholstery. His interests included gardening, photography, the outdoors, carpentry, reading, traveling, and being with his family.
He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Ida Joyce (Green) Curtis of Palmyra; his children, Carl G. and wife, Sheila (Howland) Curtis of Hudson, N.H., and their children, Bryan, Russell, and Carla Curtis; Patricia L. and husband, Gary Jordan of Richmond, and their children, Heather and Chris Jordan; Gary W. Curtis and his companion, Susan McMillan of Newport, Gary's son, Christopher Curtis, and Chris's infant daughter; Richard L. and wife, Celeste (Violette) Curtis, and children, Terra, Garrett and Avery Curtis; Donna and husband, Dale Holden of Madison, and their children, Nathan Cardozo, Cassidy and Haley Holden; siblings, Audrey Knowles of Bucksport, Albert and Janice Curtis of Waldo, George Curtis and Robert Curtis of New Haven, Conn.; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a sister, Ina Curtis. Family visitation will be private. Graveside services, with full military honors, will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15, in Palmyra Village Cemetery, with the Rev. Mark Tanner officiating. Donations may be sent in his memory to CancerCare of Maine, care of Eastern Maine Charities, Box 404, Bangor, ME 04402. Crosby & Neal Funeral Home, Newport.
Tuesday, November 14, 2000 Bangor Daily News
Submitted by Duane Crabtree
CURRIE, ARTHUR GORDON -
81, of Salisbury passed away Thursday November 6, 2003 at the Moncton Hospital. Born at Woodstock he was a son of the late Robert E. and Grace (Williams ) Currie. Arthur was a Veteran of the Second World War having served with the RCAF in Continental Europe and Africa as a wireless operator. He retired from the Federal Government as a Adjudicator with the Employment Insurance Department. He was a member of The Salisbury United Church, a life member of the Riverview Veteran's Association, a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch # 31, Salisbury and the Senior Hamm Radio Operator's Club (VE1HW). Survived by his beloved wife of 46 years Jean (Ash), daughter Kimberly Leffley (Terry) of Salisbury, cherished granddaughters Kristen and Holly Leffley, a dear sister Muriel Cluff of Woodstock and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a daughter Linda Lee Currie (1974) and brothers Robert and Ralph Currie. The family will receive relatives and friends at the Salisbury Funeral Home, 3350 Salisbury Road (372-4800) on Sunday evening 7-9 p.m. The Riverview Veteran's Association will conduct a memorial tribute, Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Funeral Home. The Funeral will be held from the Funeral Home Chapel on Monday November 10 at 1:30 p.m. with Rev. K. Zwicker officiating. Interment at Fairhaven Cemetery, Moncton. If so desired memorials to the Friends of the Moncton Hospital or a charity of the donor's choice may be made in Arthur's memory.
CURRIE, HAZEL IRENE -
Of Woodstock passed away at Carleton Memorial Hospital in Woodstock on Wednesday, May 14, 2003, at the age of 85. Hazel is survived by two sons, Gordon E. (Elizabeth) Currie of Orono, ON; H. Keith (Eunice) Currie of Shellbrook, Sask; two grandchildren, Darren and Randle Currie; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Ralph Currie, her parents, Thomas and Eldee McBride; two brothers, Charles McBride; Howard McBride and one sister Madeline Lockhart. Resting at The Scott Funeral Home, 815 Main Street, Woodstock, NB, with visiting on Friday from 2-4pm and 7-9pm. Funeral service will be held on Saturday at 3:00 pm from Scott Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Beverly Brazier will be officiating, with interment in the United Church Cemetery, McKenzie Corner. If desired donations may be made to Women' s Institute Home or the McKenzie Corner Cemetery. www.scottfh.com
CYR, MARGARET HELEN -
Passed away on Thursday, November 21, 2002 at The Carleton Memorial Hospital, she was 74. Margaret H. (Jenkins) Cyr was born in Richmond Corner, N.B. on Sept. 1, 1928 to the late Frank and Alice (Lagassey) Jenkins. She is survived by sisters, Annie Gervais (Sylvio), Richmond Corner, N.B., Gladys Williams, Upper Woostock, N.B., Jo-Anne Williams (Joseph), Richmond Corner, N.B., Pauline McLean, Oshawa, Ontario, Frankie Thornton (Jim), Illinois, USA; Brothers Albert Jenkins (Patricia), Oshawa, Ontario, Almond Jenkins (Jean), Oshawa, Ontario as well as several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held from St. Gertrude\rquote s Catholic Church in Woodstock on Monday, November 25th, 2002 at 11:00 a.m. with Father Samuel Diotte officiating. Interment will take place in the Calvary Cemetery, Woodstock, N.B. Carleton Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.