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St. Stephen Parish Obituaries, Page 1

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1 Katherine Sheila Fitzmaurice MAXWELL Poirier, 82, of Dexter,Maine died June 6, 2001, in South Paris, Maine.. Kaye was born in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Feb. 1, 1919, the daughter of Thomas Fitzmaurice and Edith Johnson. Her mother died in the Great Flu Epidemic when Kaye was two weeks old and she was raised on Deer Island, N.B., by her maternal aunt and uncle, Hattie Johnson and William Lord. She graduated from St. Stephen High School and Holy Rosary Business College. In 1944, she married Durrell Maxwell in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He died in 1973. In 1984 she married Armand Poirier in Dexter. Kaye worked at the Ganong Candy factory and the Cotton Mill during the war years, and then became a telephone operator, first with New Brunswick Telephone, then retiring from New England Telephone in 1980. Kaye is survived by her husband, Armand of Zephyrhills, Fla. and Dexter; a daughter, Marilyn (Allen) Strout of Otisfield; two granddaughters, Kelly and Lindsay Strout; two stepdaughters and their families, Carolyn (Richard) Gilbert of Dexter and Vernita (Ron) Hallee of Middletown, Ohio; two sisters, Pauline (Harry) Mallory of Saint Andrews, N.B. and Maxine [Obit #413] (Leonard) Godine of Minto, N.B. and numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by two brothers, Frank and James Fitzmaurice; a sister, Edith [Obit #414] (Walter) Bell and her father in 1942. Interment in Calais, Maine cemetery.  
2 Telegraph Journal :10/08/2004 Ronald Harvey Caldwell, (age 56) of Hanwell, NB, formerly of Moores Mills, NB, passed away on Wednesday, October 6, 2004 at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital surrounded by his family. Ron was born in St. Stephen on November 30, 1947. He is the son of Marjorie Caldwell and the late Philip Caldwell. Ron is survived by his wife Valerie and son Adam, his mother Marjorie Caldwell, brothers Kent (Diane), Dale (Carol-Ann), Alan (Dianne), Roy (Rita) and sister Melanie (Langdon) and a number of aunts, nieces and nephews. Ron worked as a journalist with the CBC and BBC for a number of years in various parts of the country and world. Upon his return to the Maritimes he worked for the Province of New Brunswick and later enjoyed freelancing at home. Baseball was a love of his life. He started playing himself at an early age and later enjoyed coaching little league. He was an avid fan of the Boston Red Sox. His love for his family was the most important thing in his life. However, his life and what it meant went far beyond his work and his baseball and he touched many people. He was many things to many people and he will be sadly missed. Funeral service will be held from Moore's Mills United Church, on October 10, 2004 followed by cremation.  
3 Morning Sentinel, Waterville, Maine 18 Oct 2004
Arlene V. SMART, 82, a longtime resident of Skowhegan, died Oct. 16, 2004, in Skowhegan, Maine. She was born on May 31, 1922, in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, the daughter of Earl L. and Isabel (Crocket) MacKechnie. She graduated from Princeton High School in Princeton, Maine class of 1940. In 1950, she moved to Skowhegan, where she and her former husband established the Nelson J. Smart Funeral Home. She had been a member of the Bethany Baptist Church, Order of the Eastern Star, the Rebekahs, the Skowhegan Women's Club and the Norridgewock Town Improvement Society. A brother, Lawrence MacKechnie, died in 1976. She is survived by one daughter, Constance Annette Boardman and her husband, Roger Meisenhelder, of Saratoga Springs, N.Y.; one son, Jamie Smart and his wife, Martha, of Shapleigh; five grandsons, Mark Boardman of East Orleans, Mass., Scott Boardman of Palm Coast, Fla., Stephen Boardman of Saratoga, N.Y., Aaron Smart of Pembroke, N.H., and Ryan Smart of Marlborough, Mass.; five great-grandsons, Nicholas, Jonathan, Shawn and Quincy Boardman, and Tyler Smart; two great-granddaughters, Zoe Boardman and Abigail Smart. Interment Southside Cemetery in Skowhegan, Maine.
 
4 Bangor, Maine Daily News, 30 Nov 2004
Marjorie E. JOHNSTON, 91, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 2004, at a Calais healthcare facility. She was born April 15, 1913, in St. Stephen, N.B.,the daughter of John H. and Gertrude V. (Sharman) Johnston. She was predeceased by her parents, and a brother, Ethan Johnston. Marjorie is survived by many cousins. Interment in Calais, Maine cemetery.
 
5 Bangor, Maine Daily News, 3 Dec 2004
Colonel Philip Eugene BABB (Ret), died unexpectedly Nov. 19, 2004 in Vass, NC. Phil was born July 13, 1926 in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada, the son of Charles Emory and Alma Francis Cooper Babb. He was a combat veteran of World War II and served for more than 30 years in the Maine National Guard and Army Reserves. He retired in 1990 from the U.S. Customs Service. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Viola Theresa Phillips Babb; a sister, Patricia Gates of Orono; four children, Geoff Babb and wife, Melissa, of Lansing, Kan., Cynthia Anderson and husband, Peter, of Lawrence Station, N.B., Canada, Rod Babb, currently residing in Germany, and Lea Howard and husband, Charles, of Woodlake, N.C.; and five grandchildren.
 
6 Norma M. PEAKALL, 72, died Dec. 26, 2004, in East Machias, Maine. She was born Dec. 2, 1932, in St. Stephen, N.B., the daughter of William & Mina (Kelley) Lowther. She was predeceased by her husband of 33 years, Roland, in 1985. Norma was a member of the United Methodist Church of Calais. Surviving are four daughters, Linda Howe and her husband, Norman, of Cathance Lake, Cooper, Shirley Finch and her husband, Raymond, of Fairborn, Ohio, Donna Townsend and her husband, Gregory, of Owego, N.Y., Lori Peakall-Cote and her husband, Mark, of East Machias; 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Interment in Calais, Maine cemetery.  
7 In St. Stephen, NB on January 12, 2005,Edith Marion Leslie West Isles
8 In St. Stephen, Daniel Patrick SULLIVAN died January 17th, 2005. Dumbarton
9 In St. Stephen, NB Joan P. TRAINOR, wife of John C. Trainor; passed away in St. Stephen, NB early on January 17, 2005 surrounded by loved ones. Born in Fredericton, NB she was the daughter of the late Genivieve (Sherman) and Harry Myshrall. Joan was a teacher in Fredericton and surrounding areas for a number of years. Joan was a founding member of the Fredericton Chapter of the Ostomy Association of Canada, a member of the Holy Rosary Catholic Church of St. Stephen and a member of the Parkinson Society of Canada.Joan is survived by her loving husband of 52 years, John; her two daughters Kathy Mann (Rob) of St. Stephen, NB; Marcia Crossman (Gary) of Hampton, NB; one son John Trainor (Traci) of Chester, NS; six grandchildren, Katie, Patrick and Gregory Crossman, Paul and Peter Dunphy; Mitchel Mann and one great grandson Cole Dunphy; three brothers Richard (Dick), Royden and William Myshrall all of Fredericton, as well as many nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, Joan was predeceased by her sister Anna Nickerson.Interment Hermitage Cemetery, Fredericton, NB.  
10 In St. Stephen, NB, on January 22, 2005, Hilda Doris (Kinney) LITTLE Dumbarton
11 In St. Stephen, NB,on January 25, 2005, Phillip Randall MCLAUGHLIN, husband of Brenda E. McLaughlin, of Waweig, NB.Survived by his wife, 2 sons, Larry (Donna) Lawrence Station, NB and Kirk of St. Stephen, NB, 1 daughter, Krista Black (Kevin) of Waweig, NB, 2 grandsons, Dustin and Christopher, his mother, Mary McLaughlin, 3 sisters, 1 brother, several nieces and nephews.  
12 In St. Stephen: Edwin William JUSTASON, died on January 27, 2005 Pennfield
13 Herbert Watson LESLIE died in St. Stephen, NB January 29, 2005 St. George
14 In St. Stephen, January 30, 2005 Gerald Wayne GALLANT of Oak Haven, NB St. David
15 Gardiner RUSSELL of St. Stephen, occurred at the Saint John Regional Hospital on February 01, 2005. Born March 17, 1920 in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, he was the son of the late Leverett and Jennie (Norton) Russell.Predeceased by three brothers. Survived by his wife, Emma (Wibberley) Russell of St. Stephen NB; daughter, Margaret (Ulysse) Poirier of Presque Isle Maine; sister, Viola Gibson of Calais Maine; brother, John Russell of Calais Maine; three grandchildren, Gardiner (Teresa) Poirier of South Carolina; Coleen Wood of Caribou Maine; Peter (Lurry) Poirier of Presque Isle Maine; seven great-grandchildren.  
16 Dianne Marie CRAFT, 62, of Calais, died Feb. 01, 2005, in Bangor, Maine. She was born Jan. 15, 1943, at St. Stephen, New Brunswick, the daughter of Guy Edward and Jean (Robb) Gibson. Dianne worked for several years at Irving convenience stores. Dianne was predeceased by her parents and her brother, Philip. She is survived by her husband of 35 years, Roger; sons, Robert Edward and his wife, Amy, of Old Town, and Roger Jr.; mother-in-law, Joyce Craft Frost; brothers- and sisters-in-law and their families: Timmy, Joey, Lester, Geraldine, Terry, Melanie, Lisa, Kim and Brenda; nieces, Sherri Gibson of Bangor and Cindy Brochu and family of Colorado. Bangor, Maine Daily News: 2 Feb 2005  
17 Telegraph Journal: :02/05/2005 DeLONG, LT. COL. (RETIRED), THE REV. CANON F. PAUL - Surrounded by his family, Frederick Paul DeLong, 77, passed away peacefully on February 4th, 2005 in St. Stephen, NB. Paul, son of Leanard and Pearl DeLong, was born in Saint John, New Brunswick where he attended Saint John City School. He graduated from Kings College in Halifax in 1948 with a degree in Theology. Paul was ordained in May of 1949 and married Betty C. Garrison of Halifax, Nova Scotia in August of that same year. The first parish of his 56 year Ministry was in Oak Bay, New Brunswick followed by two years in Jemseg, NB. Canon DeLong enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force as a Chaplain with the rank of Flight Lieutenant and began a 27 year career, retiring with the rank of Lt. Col. in 1982. He saw world wide duty serving as Base Padre initially and eventually as Command Chaplain of Maritime Command. He was appointed a Canon of the Military Cathedral in Ottawa, Ontario in 1970. Canon DeLong returned to civilian Ministry in 1982 serving St. Stephen Anglican Parish. Paul and Betty enjoyed their return to Parochial life in the province they loved so dearly. Canon DeLong retired from active Ministry in 1988 and remained in the Parish in a part-time capacity as Honorary Assistant. After being predeceased by his wife, Betty in 1992, Paul remained an active member of Christ Church. In February, 1994, Paul remarried Ruth E. Williams of Montreal, Quebec. They took up residence in St. Stephen, NB sharing a ten year marriage. Canon DeLong was predeceased by: Father, Leonard; Mother, Pearl; Brothers, Kenneth and Hazen and wife, Betty. He is survived by wife, Ruth; children, Marie and Bob Biggar of Ontario; Monty and Mary DeLong of Sackville, New Brunswick; Chris and Grace DeLong of Manitoba; Anna And Eliot Singer of Virginia; Joyce and Garth Orchard of St. Stephen; stepchildren, Shirly of PEI; Gordan and Julie of Ontario; Norman and Kathy of Alberta; 14 grandchildren; a brother Russell, and sister Dorothy and many nieces and nephews. He will be sadly missed by all who's life he touched. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Christ Church Memorial Fund. Due to family request, there will be no viewing. A Memorial Service for Canon DeLong will take place at Christ Church, St. Stephen, New Brunswick on Monday February 7th at 2:00 pm. Luncheon to follow. Interment will take place in the Spring at Elmsville Historical Cemetery. The S.O. Mehan and Son Funeral Home Ltd, 23 Main Street, St. Stephen, NB in care of arrangements (506-466-1844). St. Patrick
18 Bangor, Maine Daily News: 11 Feb 2005
Robbie Alan MCININCH 44, died unexpectedly Feb. 7, 2005, in Bangor, Maine. He was born May 15, 1960, at St. Stephen, N.B., the son of Robert and Yvonne McIninch. He is survived by his parents, brother, Danny McIninch; sister, Cindy and her husband, Alan Cavanagh; grandparents, Alan and Annie Whirty of Old Ridge, N.B.; many nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. Robbie lost his sight in 1977, the result of a tragic accident. He amazed everyone that he met on his ability to handle his disability.He enjoyed traveling to the state and national Federation of the Blind conventions. He enjoyed his talking computer, walking and visiting with many special friends. He also attended Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, Mass. in 1978; and Bangor Community College to study computer programming in 1983. He enjoyed Sunday visits with his grandparents, especially when Gramp read to him and his Grams cooking.
 
19 In St. Stephen, Jean Marie PALMER of St. Andrews, NB, occurred on February 8, 2005. St. David
20 Clement Louis MAHONEY passed away with his wife at his side at the age of 72 on February 18, 2005, at the Charlotte County Hospital, St. Stephen, NB. He is survived by his wife, Eleanor (O’Leary), children, Rae (Robby) of Guelph, ON, John (Kelly) of Orleans, ON, Bill (Lise) of Brighton, ON, seven grandchildren, Chase, Courtenay, Kylie, Taylor, Daniel, Cassidy and Melissa, his sister, Dolly (Jack) Fredericton, NB and many nieces and nephews also survive him. His parents, three brothers and two sisters predeceased Clem. Clem proudly served 26 years in the Royal Canadian Air Force, including a Peace Keeping tour of Egypt and then enjoyed a snowbird retirement lifestyle for 15 years with his beloved wife of 49 years. S.O. Mehan & Son Funeral Home Ltd  
21 In St. Stephen On March 4, 2005, Myrtle Doreen WILSON St. David
22 Bangor, Maine Daily News: 10 Mar 2005
ALLENSTOWN, New Hampshire. - Mr. Asher S. KNEELAND Jr., 76, a former Maine resident, died March 7, 2005, in New Hampshire. He was born in St. Stephen, N.B., July 6, 1928, the son of Asher and M. Katherine (McLaughlin) Kneeland Sr. He had lived in Dexter and Greenville, before moving to New Hampshire in 1965. He graduated from the University of Maine at Orono, where he was a member of TKE fraternity. Mr. Kneeland served in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1946 to 1949. He worked for both the Concord Monitor and the Union Leader as a reporter until his retirement in 1998. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Vicki (Howe) Kneeland of Allenstown, N.H.; two children, Mark Kneeland and Barbara O'Brien, both of New Hampshire; four grandchildren; and a sister, Ann Hasbany of New Hampshire. He was predeceased by two brothers, Jack and Donald Kneeland. A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. Saturday at the Suncook United Methodist Church, Main Street in Pembroke. Memorial donations should be made to CRVNA, Hospice Program, P.O. Box 1797, Concord, N.H. 03302 or Suncook United Methodist Church, 152 Main St., Pembroke N.H. 03275.
 
23 In St. Stephen, Clarence LeRoy MCCULLOUGH died on March 11, 2005 St. Andrews
24 Portland, Maine Press Herald: 13 Mar 2005
Doris W. CASEY, 90, of Portland, Maine, and formerly of Lee and Calais, passed away March 11, 2005 in Portland, Maine.She was born in Milltown, New Brunswick, Canada, the daughter of the late James and Georgianna (Davidson) Eagan.Doris was predeceased by her first husband, Robert R. Whitten of Lee and her second husband, John G. Casey of Calais, and her youngest son, James E. Whitten of Gray.She is survived by a son, Jon M. Whitten and wife, Charlene of South Portland; daughter-in-law, Minerva Whitten of Gray; grandchildren, Michael Whitten of New Vineyard, Julie Whitten Fitzherbert of South Portland, Christopher Whitten of Poland, Matthew Whitten of Arlington, Va., Stephen Whitten of Portland; sister, Mildred Baxter of Waterville; several nieces and nephews.A Funeral Mass will be held on March 18 at 10 a.m., at St. Gregory's Catholic Church in Gray, Maine. Interment and graveside services will be held in the spring at the North Cemetery in Lee, Maine.
 
25 BANGOR, Maine Daily News:3/14/2005 - Lawrence E. NODDIN, 90, died March 13, 2005, in Calais, Maine. Larry was born Feb. 27, 1915, in Upper Mills, New Brunswick, son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Hayman) Noddin, and stepson of Chester Noddin. He was a member of Alley Lodge of Upper Mills, N.B., for several years and a member of the Second Baptist Church of Calais. Larry retired from the Woodland Georgia Pacific Mill in 1980, where he was an electrician by trade. Surviving are his wife, Rhoda (Greenlaw) Noddin of Calais; two daughters, Nancy McCann and her husband, Ward, of St. Stephen, N.B., and Carole Lewis and her husband, Barry, of Yorktown Heights, N.Y.; five grandchildren, Derek McCann and his wife, Heidi, Carla McCann of St. Stephen, N.B., Melanie Bernardi and her husband, Gian, Amanda Lewis and Ashley Lewis of New York; and a great-grandson, Keaton McCann. Interment in Baring, Maine Cemetery  
26 At Lincourt Manor, St. Stephen, NB, March 19, 2005, Beatrice Lenna MacIntosh, widow of James Lewis MacIntosh, of St. Stephen, NB.Survived by son-in-law, Norman Richard, Woodland, Maine, 2 granddaughters, Judith (Steve) Marvin, Orrington, Maine, Cynthia (John) Peterson, Marietta, Georgia, 3 great grandchildren, Abigail Marvin, Christopher Peterson, Meagan Peterson, extra great grandsons, Nicholas and Shiloh, 5 sisters, Mrs. Thelma Lowe (#89 below), Mrs. Evelyn Perkins, Mrs. Pearl Russell, Miss Ina Moffatt, and Miss Frances Moffatt, several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her husband, son, Robert and daughter, Janet Richard. S.O. Mehan & Son Funeral Home Ltd  
27 In St. Stephen, Louise C. CALDER died on March 23, 2005 Campobello
28 The death of Edward Charles HATT Sr., husband of Carol Ann (Mitchell) Hatt of Back Bay, NB, occurred peacefully at the Saint John Regional Hospital, Saint John, NB on March 24, 2005. Born on March 2, 1943, in St. Stephen, Edward was the son of the late James H. and Angela Agnes (Smith) Hatt.A loving husband, father and brother, he is survived, besides his wife, by one son, Edward Hatt Jr. & Natasha Rose (“Rosebud”); seven brothers, William (“Bill”) of California, Gerald (“Jake”), Thomas (“Tom”), Bob, Danny, Dick and Dale, all of St. Stephen; three sisters, Sandra Beck, Linda Richards, and Mary Joe Hatt, all of St. Stephen; several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins; mother-in-law, Francis Mitchell of Back Bay.  
29 Bangor, Maine Daily News: 29 Mar 2005
JEAN (CASE) MAHAR CALAIS - Carolyn "Kiya" Mahar died March 26, 2005, in Calais, Maine with her sons and family by her side. She was born Dec. 30, 1943, in St. Stephen, N.B. She was the daughter of Dorothy "Jean" Archer and stepdaughter of Paul Archer. Carolyn grew up in Lubec, graduating from Lubec High School in 1962. She worked for a short time for the State of Maine before marrying and having her two children. She settled in Calais and raised her family and enjoyed life. Carolyn loved to cook and she truly loved her home. In recent years she loved to crochet and all her family and friends proudly wore the scarves that she would "whip" out for them. She loved "The Wheel" and her Canadian Soaps on Sunday morning, and could dance circles around most. In her younger years she loved to bowl, and won several competitions. Carolyn was predeceased by her mother and stepfather, Jean and Paul Archer; and a granddaughter, Ashley. She is survived by her two sons and their families, Arthur Stevens and his wife, Lisa, of Waterboro, and Kevin Stevens and his wife, Patty, of Biddeford; four grandchildren, Kristen and Lindsay Stevens and Kayla and Keith Stevens; a brother, Drew Case and his wife, Theresa, a sister, June Archer-Gillespie and her husband, Dana; three nieces and families, Crystal (Case) Carrier, Dana Gillespie Herzer and Keysha (Case) Clukey; and one nephew, Ryan Case.
 
30 Telegraph Journal :03/31/2005 McARTHUR, M. DAWN (McFARLANE), (HARDING) - of Saint John, died peacefully at the SJRH on Wednesday March 30, 2005. She was born in St. Stephen, NB and was the wife of the late Eugene Harding and the late Carroll McArthur and daughter of the late Henry and Helen (Jones) McFarlane. Dawn spent the greater part of her life in Saint John and was employed for a number of years in the parcel express department of S.M.T. She was a member of Portland United Church, a member of Branch #69 Royal Canadian Legion, involved with the Cub Scouts and was Cub Leader for many years at Portland United Church. Dawn enjoyed ceramics and crafts. Survived by two sons; Peter Harding (Barbara) and Stephen Harding (Elizabeth) both of Saint John, one brother; Peter McFarlane (Margo) of Calgary, Alberta, five grandchildren; Amy, Eugene, Stephen, Sarah and Amanda Rose as well as several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by one sister; Joan McGill Hebert. Interment in Ocean View Cemetery  
31 Bangor, Maine Daily News:31 Mar 2005
Frank Douglas JONES, 78, died March 29, 2005, at a Bangor hospital, after a brief illness. He was born Sept. 8, 1926, in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, the son of George F. Jones and Violet McKinnon Jones. He graduated from Woodland High School in 1944. In 1945, he joined the Army and was stationed in Panama as an M.P. Upon returning home, he worked for the St. Croix Paper Company, later Georgia Pacific, as an electrician and electrical supervisor, retiring after 44 years. Doug was elected to the Baileyville Town Council in 1963 and served for 42 years, over 20 years as chairman. He was president of the Eastern Maine Electric Co-op, executive member of the Maine Municipal Association, wage negotiator for the Washington County Commissioners, a member of the American Legion W.T. Wren Post of Baileyville, a charter member of the Spednic Club, a 50-year member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, member of the Route 9 Improvement Committee, a member of the Maine State Legislature Policy Committee, a member of the Lewey's Island Lodge Masons of Princeton, St. Croix Lodge of Calais, Anah Temple of Bangor, and the St. Croix Country Club in Calais. He is survived by his wife, Jennie Jones; a son, William Sargent of Baileyville; three daughters, Dianne Ibenthal of Ruidoso, New Mexico, Christine Cox and her husband, Gerry, of Baileyville, Pat Burnham and her husband, Dale, of Denver, Colo. Doug is survived by six grandchildren, Melissa Seeley, Corey Jones, Tracey Cox, James Cox, Jennifer Ortega, and Whitney Burnham; five great-grandchildren, Zachary Seeley, Logan Jones, Peyton Jones, Desiree Ortega, and Rachel Ortega. Doug was predeceased by his son, Thomas Jones. Graveside services will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, April 2, at the Baileyville, Maine Cemetery.
 
32 Portland, Maine Press Herald: 12 Apr 2005
SCARBOROUGH - Leo C. COYLE, 84, died April 11, 2005, in Portland, Maine.He was born in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, the son of Cornelius and Susan E. McGibbon Coyle. He received his U.S. Citizenship in 1953.He owned and operated Morrill's Corner Mobil Station for many years and then and automotive garage on Warren Ave. before retiring. After his retirement he moved to Florida. He returned here 10 years ago.He was predeceased by his first wife, Doris M. Burnham Coyle; and his second wife, Helen Baker Coyle. He was also predeceased by a son, Lewis R. Burnham; a sister, Lenora Dunn; and his longtime companion Wilma B. Randall.He is survived by a son, Edward M. Coyle of Florida; two daughters, Marion Roberts of Buxton, and Geraldine Quinnones of Florida; and two nieces and three nephews.
 
33 STANHOPE, MARGARET ELVIRA - The death of Margaret Stanhope formerly of Saint John, NB occurred on April 14, 2005 at her late residence in Bayside, NS. Born in St. Stephen, NB the daughter of the late George and Elvira (McGlenchy) Stanhope, Margaret had graduated from the Saint John Vocational School, worked for the Department of Veterans Affairs and was the recipient of the Queen's Coronation Medal. Survived by nephew, Kevin (Peggy) Stanhope of Bayside, NS; niece, Margaret Lynne Stanhope of Saint John; sisters-in- law, Bertha Virginia Stanhope of Saint John and Mary Stanhope of Montreal, QC; one grand-nephew, one grand-niece, two grand-grand-nieces and one grand-grand- nephew. Predeceased by two brothers, Hazen Leonard and Norman Stanhope. Interment in Cedar Hill Extension Cemetery, Saint John  
34 Telegraph Journal:04/18/2005 ROGERS, ALLAN JOSEPH - Passed away peacefully at the Loch Lomond Villa on Saturday April 16th, 2005. He was born in Milltown, NB. to the late Allan and Elise (Collette) Rogers. Allan is survived by his wife, Evangeline (Maillet), a daughter, Janice (Frank) Robertson of Midland, NB. one son, Norman (Belinda) of Quispamsis, two brother-in-laws, Regis Cormier, and Joseph Bonnevie, and, one sister, Myrtle Kavanaugh, five grandchildren, René, Roger, Lisa, Laura, and Matthew, and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. Allan was predeceased by one sister, Geneva Cormier, four brothers, Everett, Stanley, Bill, and Vernon. Allan performed a variety of work history, starting at Lawson Motors, worked at the port as a longshoreman, then at Digby Ferry, Princess Helene then McAvity Crane, and was a proprietor at A.J. Rogers Auto body and then NBCC then onto retirement. The Mass of Christian burial will be held from the Fundy Funeral Home to St. Joachim's Church on Wednesday April 20th, 2005 at 11am.  
35 CRAIG, HELEN ALBERTA died in Saint John on April 17, 2005. Born in Old Ridge St. David
36 Portland, Maine Press Herald: 25 Apr 2005
Sarah Anne CORLISS, 72, formerly of Ray Street, died April 23, 2005 in Portland, Maine.She was born in St. Stephen, N.B., Canada, on Aug. 2, 1932, a daughter of Leon R. and Grace Everett Corliss. She attended schools at Naugatuck, Conn. and lived in Stamford, Conn., Live Oak, Fla., and Portland. Sarah and the family enjoyed summering at Big Lake Camp, Princeton, Maine. Sarah's family and church were important to her. She was a member of the Advent Christian Church of Waterbury, Conn., and Advent Christian Church in Portland and First Baptist Church of Portland.Sarah is survived by her sister and brother in-law, Mary Jane and Maurice Stone; nieces, Patricia and James O'Donnell of Portland, Martha and Joel Hamilton of Lyman, and Jeanne and Donald Churchill of Aurora, Ill.; nephews, Paul and Allison Stone of Spokane, Wash., and Jeffrey and Mary Ann Stone of Austin, Texas; and 11 great-nieces and nephews who will miss her. Interment in Calais, Maine Cemetery
 
37 Bangor, Maine Daily News: 12 May 05 PRINCETON - Thomas E. HILAND, 57, died unexpectedly on May 8, 2005, as the result of a boating accident. He was born Jan. 2, 1948, in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, the son of John W. and Dorothy (Gaddis) Hiland. Tom was a graduate of Woodland High School and Washington County Technical College. He was a member of the Maine Army National Guard. Tom was employed for 38 years with the Georgia-Pacific/Domtar mill as a master journeyman pipefitter. He was an avid outdoorsman and his great love of sports led him to be a volunteer coach for many youth teams in Woodland and Princeton. Tom enjoyed hunting, fishing, coaching little league, playing baseball and basketball, four wheeling, and going for rides in his truck with his three dogs. Tom's latest enjoyment was spending time with his granddaughter, Katherine. He was predeceased by his father, John Hiland; and his grandparents, Harry and Hope Gaddis of Woodland, who he loved dearly. Surviving are his mother, Dorothy Holbrook of Portland; his beloved wife of 30 years, Grace Hiland of Princeton; his three children, John Hiland and his wife, Kim, of Nashville, Tenn., Jodi Hiland of Biddeford, and Jerald Hiland and his wife, Meredith, of Bangor; three sisters, Brenda Smith and her husband, Gerald, of Castle Hill, Barbara Hansen and her husband, Ernest, of Meddybemps, and Beverly Deschambeault and her husband, Normand, of Portland; his most cherished baby granddaughter, Katherine Hiland of Bangor P Princeton. Interment Princeton, Maine Cemetery  
38 Peter GARDNER died May 9, 2005 from St. Stephen St. Andrews
39 Bangor, Maine Daily News 1 June 05
Philip Jay PHELPS, 30, of Valdosta, Ga., formerly of Waite,Maine died unexpectedly May 25, 2005. Jay was born Sept. 28, 1974, in St. Stephen, New Brunswick. He graduated from Woodland High School in 1992 and attended the University of Maine at Orono where he received a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. He worked for the Pulp/Utilities Department at Georgia Pacific/Domtar in Woodland for five years before moving to Georgia. Since February 2004, Jay was employed by Packaging Corporation of America as Power/Recovery Supervisor in the Pulp/Utilities Department in Valdosta. He loved music, movies and was an avid sports fan. He was especially devout Boston Red Sox fan. His hobbies included golf, paintball and cars. Jay had also become a classic car enthusiast. Jay is survived by his wife of 5 and a half years, Angel, and their beloved cats. He is also survived by his parents, Daniel and Paula Phelps of Waite; brother, Jeremy Phelps of Bangor; brother, Jamie Phelps and his wife, Susie, of Kingfield; and several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Friday, June 3, at the Mays Funeral Home, Calais, with Father David Sivret, officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations in Jay's honor may be made to PAWS Humane Society, P.O. Box 182, Calais, ME 04619.
 
40 In St. Stephen, NB, at Lincourt Manor, May 27, 2005, Dorothea Winifred PRICHARD, widow of Murray A. Prichard of St. Stephen, NB.Survived by nieces and nephews; Pamela Lavery (Frank), Milton, Vermont, William Bentley (Helen), Pomeroy Ridge, NB, Victor Bentley (Marion), Pomeroy Ridge, NB, Christine Sherrier (Raymond), Montreal, Quebec and several great nieces and nephews.No visitation or funeral service will be held by request. S.O. Mehan & Son Funeral Home Ltd  
41 The Halifax Herald Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia June 7, 2005
LECKY, David John "Dave" - 67, passed away peacefully in his oldest son's arms on Saturday, June 4, 2005, in the VG Site, QEII. Born in St. Stephen, N.B., he was the only child of Veronica (Sullivan) and Phillip Lecky. He worked as a hard rock miner in Red Lake, Ont., prior to joining the navy in 1957, serving 20 years in the HRMN, as well as working as a commissionaire.. He will be deeply missed by his loving wife, Marion (Gerrior); daughter, Theresa; sons, Robert and David; grandchildren, Shandi Boudreau, Brittany Swiminer, Marshall Kersey, and Makayla Flemming. Dave was predeceased by his parents, and his son, Freddy in October of 2004. The memorial service will be held in St. Paul's United Church, 173 Old Sambro Rd., with Rev. Calvin Ginn as officiating clergy. The interment of both Dave and Freddy will take place together following the service in Sunrise Park Inter-Faith Cemetery.
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42 Bangor, Maine Daily News: 13 June 2005
Charles Cody DAMON, 40, died unexpectedly June 9, 2005, in Baring. He was born Dec. 12, 1964, in St. Stephen, N.B., Canada, son of the late Howard C. and Mary Evelyn (Cody) Damon. Charles graduated from Calais High School in 1983. He was employed by Thos. DiCenzo Co. for many years and became well known for his crane operating skills. Charles was later employed by Cianbro Construction. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and the outdoors. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his brothers, Brian and James Damon. Surviving are his daughter, Jennifer M. Beers-Damon; a son, Jeremy C. Beers; two sisters, Gwen Damon of Boston, Mass., and Terri Ryan of Calais; and a brother, Mark A. Damon of Wiscasset. He will be sadly missed by his aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Friends may call 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, June 14, at Mays Funeral Home, 26 Church St., Calais. Prayers will be recited by The Very Rev. Mark Nolette 10 a.m. Wednesday, at the funeral home. Burial will follow in Calais Cemetery.
 
43 Jean Elizabeth (Smythe) MacDonald,) 90, died June 10, 2005 in McAdam, NB. Formerly of St. Stephen, NB and Fredericton, NB. Jean was born in Fredericton, New Brunswick, the daughter of Estella and Stanley Rogers. She was predeceased by first husband, Stanley Smythe, second husband, Angus MacDonald, and her five siblings. She is survived by her daughters Helen Kydd (Henk van Leeuwen) and Nancy Bateman (Tim), both of Halifax, five grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Jean was a highly regarded teacher and librarian in the New Brunswick School system, beginning her career upon graduation from Provincial Normal School at the age of 17. In the late 1960's she traveled the province as a member of the Task Force on Social development. In 1976 Jean graduated from the University of New Brunswick with a Bachelor of Arts degree. A member of countless organizations during her time both in St. Stephen and Fredericton, she was a published author, historian, tireless community volunteer and, most importantly, a wonderful mother. [Daily Gleaner] 06/14/2005  
44 It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Mrs. Lois Irene (Hatt) MOSES, 85 of St. George, NB and formerly of Blacks Harbour, NB, devoted wife of the late Donald Eugene Moses, occurred in St. Stephen, NB on Monday, June 20, 2005. Born in L'Etang, NB on September 14, 1919, she was a daughter of the late Artemus James and Margaret Elizabeth (Danbury) Hatt. Lois is survived by her loving children, Donna (Edward) Comeau of Pennfield, Sharon (John) Turrell of Gondola Point and Marsha (Michael) Dougan of Blacks Harbour and Randy (Donna) Moses of Blacks Harbour; seven grandchildren; Shawn Comeau, Heather Jones, Christopher Turrell, Billy Turrell, Morgan Dougan, Drew Dougan, and Craig Moses; five great-grandchildren, Zack Jones, Noah Jones, Brieanna Comeau, Mattison Comeau and Cassie Turrell; one brother, Clyde (Olive) Hatt; two sisters, Carrie Ring and Dorothy Anderson; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by four sisters, Marie Hatt, Helen Hatt, Bernice Robinson and Eunice Maxwell; five brothers, George Hatt, Enoch Hatt, Horace Hatt, James Hatt and Utley Hatt; grandchildren, Sharon Turrell, Irene Turrell, Donald Dougan, David Dougan, and Arden Neil Comeau. Lois was an employee of Connors Bros. Ltd., Blacks Harbour, for over 50 years. She had been a member of the Granite Chapter #15 OES for over 40 years, was an avid Bingo player and loved yard sales. St. George
45 Pauline E. MCCLUSKEY, 87, of Augusta, Maine, died June 26, 2005, at Maine Veterans Home. She was born in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, on June 14, 1918, the daughter of Walter M. Clark and Estella (Higgins) Clark. In the 1950s, Mrs. McCluskey was employed as a telephone operator for several years. She was an excellent cook and seamstress. Mrs. McCluskey was a member of St. Andrew's Catholic Church and a former member of St. James Catholic Church of Woodland and St. James Sodality. She married John Louis McCluskey, who predeceased her. She also was preceded in death by a daughter, Mary Ann McCluskey, as well as two sons, James McCluskey and Daniel Foster. Survivors include a daughter, Mary Wilson of Readfield; two special sons, Michael Foster of Hermon and Thomas Foster of Bangor; one sister, Helen Henebry of Florida; nine grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Burial will follow in Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Civic Center Drive, Augusta.  
46 At Charlotte County Hospital, in St. Stephen, NB, July 2, 2005, Doris Grace (Hoar) Lister of Bocabec, NB. Daughter of Elizabeth A. McIntyre and the late Norman Hoar. Survived by her husband, Gene D. Lister; four children, Laura (Jim Graham), Leah (Paul Cairns), David (Laurie MacLean), and Michael (Charity Fecteau); eight grandchildren; her mother, Elizabeth; sister, Norma; brothers, Allan, David (Sharon), and Michael, nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her father, Norman Hoar; step father, Daniel McIntyre and first born grandson, Gregory. A celebration of Doris Grace Lister's life will be held at The S.O. Mehan & Son Funeral Home Ltd., 23 Main Street, St. Stephen, NB on Saturday, July 9, 2005 at 2PM with Rev. Kaye Clowater officiating.  
47 At the U of T Cancer Center, Houston Texas. June 02, 2005 Major Craig Douglas Abbott of Winnipeg, Manitoba Husband of Captain Michelle R. (Casey) Abbott.(Formerly of St. Stephen, NB.) Survived by his wife, two sons Louis Philippe of Montreal Que. ,Caleb Abbott at home. Parents Col (Ret) D. Brent and Linda (Glavin) Abbott of Edmonton, Alberta. One sister Kim, Mrs. Greg Wilson of Edmonton, Alberta. Three brothers Identical twin Captain Peter Abbott and his wife Sophia of Cold Lake, Alberta, David Abbott and Elka of Kincardine , Ontario and Michael Abbott and his wife Emma of Ottawa, Ontario. Aunts, Uncles, Nieces, nephews and cousins. Interment at the Milltown Roman Catholic Cemetery. Barter Settlement, NB.  
48 At her residence, St. Stephen, NB, May 16, 2005, Barbara Jean MCGUIRE, wife of William J. McGuire of St. Stephen, NB. Daughter of the late Ford M. and Pauline G. (Speedy) Comley. She was a N B Tel Operator in McAdam and St. Stephen, NB. Survived by her husband, 3 sons, Ronald (Arlene) McGuire, St. Stephen, NB, Father Robert McGuire, Miramichi, NB, Eric McGuire, St. Stephen, NB, 1 daughter, Christine Libby (Freeman), Yarmouth, NS, grandchildren, Gregory, Amanda, Katie and Roseann McGuire, Rebecca and Sean Libby and Julian McGuire, 1 brother, Byron Boyd (Bonnie), Camrose, Alberta, 1 sister, Maxine Smith (Richard), Christie Ridge, NB, nieces and nephews. Predeceased by sister, Donna Nicholson of Bathurst, NB. Interment at Milltown Roman Catholic Cemetery.  
49 The death of Delima LAMING of St. Stephen, occurred at the St. Stephen Seniors Complex on February 14, 2005.Born in Minto, New Brunswick, she was the daughter of the late Sylvester and Adeline (Cassie) Voutour.Predeceased by her husband Albert Laming; two sisters Mabel and Alice Richard; two brothers, Sylvester and Fidel Voutour.Survived by her daughter, Darlene (Ken) Rowland of Midland Ontario; two grandchildren, Suzette (Aubrey) Fletcher; Michelle (Bryce) Collins; several nieces and nephews. Interment will take place in the Milltown Roman Catholic Cemetery.  
50 Josephine Teresa FIANDER passed away on Saturday, February 14, 2004 at the Charlotte County Hospital, St. Stephen, New Brunswick. Widow of Daniel Fiander, she resided in St. Stephen for several years and was a recent resident of Kennedy House, St. Andrews, New Brunswick. Born on May 8, 1926 to the late George and Mary (Reardon) Scammell of St. George, New Brunswick, she was predeceased by her brother, Vincent Scammell, of St. George. She is survived by one son, Allan (Jill) of Fredericton; two daughters, Mary (Bob) Cochrane of Lake Utopia and Barb (Fred) Purton of St. Andrews; grandchildren, Dana (Blair) Dickson of Quispamsis, Kari Purton of Vancouver, Craig (Jennifer) Fiander of Jamison, PA., Kristy Purton of Vancouver, Kevin Cochrane of Toronto, Trevor Cochrane of St. George; two great-grandsons, Jake and Dax Dickson of Quispamsis; several nieces and nephews. Interment will take place in the Milltown Roman Catholic Cemetery.  
51 At Charlotte County Hospital, St. Stephen, NB, June 16, 2005, Margaret Lillian (Woodard) Blackall, widow of Walter S. Blackall, of St. Stephen, NB.Survived by 1 daughter, Judy Johnson, Barrie, Ontario, 1 son, Lester A. Johnson, Saint John, NB, 1 granddaughter, Joelynne Johnson, 1 great grandson, Griffin, 2 sisters, Doris Morrison (Ken), Oak Bay, NB, Winnie Montgomery, St. Stephen, NB, 1 brother, Bennie Woodard (Joyce), St. Stephen, NB, several nieces and nephews.Interment at St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
52 At Charlotte County Hospital, St. Stephen, N.B., January 28, 2004, Allan Roderick CLEGHORN, husband of the late Jean (Malloy) Cleghorn, of Bayside, N.B. Son of the late Alexander (Sandy) T. and Bertha (MacDonald) Cleghorn. Survived by one son, Wayne, two brothers, Donald A. Cleghorn, of British Columbia and Alexander (D.) and wife Mary Cleghorn of Bayside, two sisters, Dorothy Cancro of Florida and Creola Thibodeau of Escuminac, N.B., nine nephews, five nieces, several great nieces, nephews and cousins, and a special friend F. E. McConvey of Bayside and her family. Predeceased by his wife, sister-in-law, Ada, brothers-in-law, Anthony Cancro and Bill Thibodeau. At Allan's request no visitation will be held. A Graveside Service will be held at a later date at the St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
53 Bangor, ME Daily News, 30 Apr 2004 Wallace M. HAYCOCK, 94, died April 26, 2004, in Calais, ME. Wallace was born May 12, 1909, in Milltown, New Brunswick, the son of Roscoe and Mattie (MacLeod) Haycock. He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Army. Wallace was employed as a lab technician with United Technology in Connecticut. He was a member of the Second Baptist Church in Calais. Wallace was predeceased by two sisters. Graveside services will be held May 3rd, 2004 in St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
54 St. Stephen, N.B., May 16, 2004, David Earl GETCHELL of Ledge Road, Crocker Hill N.B. Son of the late Curtis and Mildred (Hooper) Getchell. Survived by his wife Pat, one daughter, Brenda Barter (Colin), one son, Darrell Getchell of St. Stephen, N.B., four grandchildren, Bill and Adam Barter, Michael and David Getchell, one brother, Chester Getchell and wife Elaine, one sister, Beatrice Getchell of St. Stephen, N.B., several nieces and nephews. Interment St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
55 At Passamaquoddy Lodge on November the 22nd,Inez Scott MACKNIGHT, widow of John Raymond MACKNIGHT. Born on Tower Hill in 1909, daughter of Frank and Eunice Scott. Inez is survived by one son, John and daughter-in-law, Millicent from St. Stephen, grandsons Gary (Heather) of Fredericksberg, Virginia, David (Natalie) of Bolton, Mass., two great grandsons and one great granddaughter, all of Virginia, several nieces and nephews. Graveside Service in St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
56 Margaret Louise SMITH of St. Stephen, occurred at the Lincourt Manor, St. Stephen, New Brunswick on January 15, 2005. Born in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, she was the daughter of the late Albert and Elizabeth (Porter) Bagley. Predeceased by her husband James Howard Smith, she is survived by one cousin, Katherine Groom of St. Andrews. Margaret was a member of the UCW, Missionary Society, Charlotte County Historical Society and the Telephone Pioneers. Interment will take place in the St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
57 January 15, 2005. We celebrate the home going of Gladys Marie (Barlow) CHARTERS to join with her husband Wayne. Gladys was born in Saskatchewan on March 22, 1915 and moved to St. Stephen as a young girl with her parents and siblings. She was a mom to six children, grandmother to fourteen grandchildren and great grandmother to three great grandchildren. Survived by son; Donald (Linda) of St. Stephen, their children; Jonathan and his daughter Marissa in St. Stephen and Victoria Taylor (Ron) , their children; Gabriel and Olivia in Toronto, daughter; Karen Fougere (Joe), their daughters; Joelle and Jennifer of Edmonton, daughter; Annabelle of Ottawa, her daughters; Jessica Hough in Montreal and Malissa Hough of Ottawa, daughter; Cheryl Hoyt of Rothesay, her children; Christopher of Halifax, Matthew of Marystown, Nfld. and Sarah of Victoria, BC., son; Brian (Carol) of Timmins, their daughters; Lydia Dickenson (Gavin) of Townsville, Australia, Naomi, Esther and Hannah of Timmins, son; Gregory (Lois) of St. Stephen, son Jade of CFB Shearwater, NS. Gladys has one sister; Irene Sprague of Bangor Me., one brother; Evans Barlow of Yuma, AZ., several nieces and nephews across the US. Gladys is predeceased by three brothers George, Clayton and Hazen.After a career with Canadian Armed Force,s Wayne and Gladys returned to live in St. Stephen. Gladys became an active member of the Union Street Atlantic Baptist Church, volunteering with CNIB, Thelma Kilpatrick School and Hospice. Interment in the St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
58 St. Stephen, NB, February 7, 2005, Miss Dot KENNEDY of St. Stephen, aged 95 years. The daughter of the late William and Frances (Robinson) Kennedy of Mayfield.Dot is survived by three sisters, Beatrice Appleby, Madeline Davis and Frances Vail all of St. Stephen, several nieces and nephews.Predeceased by one sister, Thelma Lovelace, two brothers, Donald and Lawrence Kennedy and one special nephew, William Lovelace. Interment atSt. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
59 St. Stephen, NB on February 25, 2005, Charles Clifford WHITE of St. Stephen, NB. Survived by 5 daughters, Myrtle, Debbie, Sandra, Kim and Luanne, 2 sons, Jack and Joey, 13 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren, 1 brother, 2 sisters, several nieces and nephews. Interment atSt. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
60 The death of Emily Pauline MEARS of St. Stephen, occurred at the Charlotte County Hospital on February 27, 2005. Born in Dufferin, New Brunswick, she was the daughter of the late George H. and Ellen (Harvey) Budd. Predeceased by her husband, Arthur Mears, several brothers and sisters. She is survived by two daughters, Gerri Behm of Enderby, BC and Nancy (Dr. David Feiner) of Calais, Maine; one brother, Sheldon Budd of Victoria, BC; four grandchildren, Ellen Damron, Kelly Tobey, Robert Behm and Bradley Behm; several nieces and nephews. Interment will take place in the St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
61 At Mac Donald Point, N.B., on March 3, 2005, Thelma Marie SABEAN. Survived by 2 sisters, Leona (Arthur) Arsenault and Shirley ( Paul) Smith , 4 Brothers, Ronald( Kaye) Porter, Arnold (Delores) Porter, Darryl Porter and Roger(Cheryl) Porter, 3 stepchildren. Interment at St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
62 On March 16, 2005 and March 17, 2005, Emma Jean DALEY and Emileigh Christine DALEY , infant daughters of Timmy W. and Stacy D. (Justason) Daley, of St. Stephen, NB. Survived by their parents, grandparents, Elwin and Genie Daley of Alexander, Maine, Freda and Gene Justason of St. Stephen, NB, great grandfather, Ernest Justason, special cousin, Greg, aunts, uncles and cousins. Interment at the St. Stephen Rural Cemetery, St. Stephen, NB  
63 St. Stephen, NB, March 18, 2005, Wanda Agnes HAYMAN, widow of Burton J. Hayman of St. Stephen, NB.
Survived by 2 daughters, Lorrie Howard and Diana Sue Moffatt, 3 sons, Burton, Roland and Ronald Hayman, several grandchildren and great grandchildren and 1 brother, Phillip Milligan. Interment at
St. Stephen Rural Cemetery St. Stephen, NB
 
64 St. Stephen, NB, March 21, 2005, William Joseph TRAINOR, husband of Dorothy M. (Ross) Trainor, of St. Stephen, NB.Survived by his wife, 2 sons, Alan (Donna) Regina, Sask., Michael (Pam), St. Stephen, NB, 1 daughter, Joanne (Rick) Robinson, St. Stephen, NB, 7 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren, 1 sister, Mary Gladys O’Brien, Texas, 1 niece and 1 nephew.Interment atSt. Stephen Rural Cemetery St. Stephen, NB.  
65 Ethel Mae PORTER passed away peacefully on March 24, 2005 in her 90th year.Survived by sister, Grace O’Brien, sister-in-law, Phyllis Hachey, stepdaughters; Leona Arseneault, Shirley Smith, stepsons, Ronald Porter, Arnold Porter, Roger Porter and Darryl Porter, nieces; Dorothy Woodland, Juanita White, Dianne O’Brien, Thora O’Brien, nephews; Gerald O’Brien, Robert Rushton, Donald O’Brien and their families.Predeceased by husband, Barton Porter, sister, Eunice Purcell, brother, Robert Rushton Sr., stepdaughter, Thelma Sabean.Ethel worked for many years in the Cotton Mill, Queen Charlotte Cleaners and retired from Charlotte County Hospital. Interment at St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
66 The death of Phyllis SPEEDY of St. Stephen, occurred at the Charlotte County Hospital on March 31, 2005. Born in Milltown, New Brunswick, she was the daughter of the late Almer and Grace (MacIntosh) Nesbitt. Predeceased by her husband Carl R. Speedy and three sisters. Survived by two daughters, Dora Mae (Don) Hazleton of Brookfield Nova Scotia; Carol (Wayne) Moore of Fredericton New Brunswick; two sons, Carl "Skip" (Jennifer) Speedy of Fredericton New Brunswick; Roy "Butch" (Ann) Speedy of St. Stephen New Brunswick; 12 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren. Interment in St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
67 The death of Jean Esther ARMSTRONG of Milltown, St. Stephen, occurred at her residence on April 7, 2005. Born in Skiff Lake, New Brunswick, she was the daughter of the late Arthur and Jane (Smith) Ingram. A resident of St. Stephen the greater part of her life she had retired from the New Brunswick Department of Social Services after many years of service. Jean had been a member of the Branch #48 Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary, Charlotte County Hospital Auxiliary, the Any Night Club, and the Dancing Grandmothers. Predeceased by her husband, Alex Armstrong; sisters, Helen Peebles and Kate Sprague and a brother, James Ingram. She is survived by daughter, Nancy Stobo (Wayne) of Waverley, Nova Scotia; son, Donald Armstrong (Anne St. Laurent) of St. Stephen, New Brunswick; sister, Vera O'Neill of Calais, Maine; brother, Alexander (Sandy) Ingram (Sandra) of St. Stephen, New Brunswick; grand-daughter, Ashley Stobo of Waverley, Nova Scotia; several nieces and nephews. Interment in St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
68 The death of Alfred Ernest "Alfie" NICKSON, of Milltown, N.B., occurred at the Lincourt Manor Nursing Home, St. Stephen, N.B., on April 26, 2005. Born in Milltown, N.B., he was the son of the late Thomas and Elizabeth (Henshaw) Nickson.Survived by his wife, Hazel (Robinson) Nickson; son, Blair (Jeanette McKay) Nickson, of St. Stephen, N.B.; sister, Mavis (Phil) Ross, of Florida; three granddaughters, Samantha Nickson, of St. Stephen, N.B., Jennifer Nickson, of St. Stephen, N.B., and Stacy Nickson, of St. Stephen, N.B., four great-grandchildren, Katie Gullison, Taylor Downey, Zachary Nickson and Emma Nickson; and several nieces and nephews.Predeceased by brother, Harry Nickson; half-brother, Joseph Nickson; and half sisters, Mildred Moffatt, Hilda Cooke and Eva Nickson.Following cremation, a memorial service will be held at a later date from the St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
69 St. Stephen, N.B., May 4, 2005, Shirley Willard KIRK, husband of Edith I. (Irvine) Kirk, of St. Stephen, N.B. Survived by his wife, one nephew, two sisters-in-law, Aletha Irvine and Joyce Kirk, and several cousins. Interment at St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
70 Suddenly by accident at Kerr's Ridge, NB, the death of Alan Clark HALSTEAD, 67, of St. Stephen, NB, occurred on Sunday, May 8, 2005. Born in St. Stephen on August 3, 1937, he was the elder son of the late Bernard and Margaret Halstead of St. Stephen, NB. A loving husband, father and grandfather, he is survived by his wife, Keay (McCann), daughters, Heather Cunningham (St. Stephen), Pamela (Parrsboro, NS) and Cathy (St. Andrews), grandchildren, Emily and Daniel Cunningham, brother, James (Bette) of Burlington, Ontario, several nieces and nephews. Interment at St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
71 BLACKSTONE, Massachusetts: Sharon Marie BELL, of Blackstone, formerly of St. Stephen, N.B., died May 11, 2005, at Boston Medical Center, Boston, Mass. She is survived by her father, Edmund Bell and stepmother, Anita, of Baileyville; fianc?, Greg Martin; son, Christopher (Christine) Bell, of Baileyville; sister, Brenda Scott, of St. Stephen, N.B.; good friend, Doug; brother, Sheldon (Gina) Scott, of St. Stephen, N.B.; several nieces and nephews, special cousin, Pete Ingersoll, of St. Stephen, N.B.; stepbrothers, Jody, Gary Walter and Jim Scott and special friend, Jodi McLaughlin. Interment at St. Stephen Rural Cemetery, St. Stephen, NB.  
72 The death of Helen CLARK of Virginia, USA, occurred May 26, 2005 at the home of her daughter. Helen enjoyed her life as an artist, wife and mother and her loss will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Predeceased by her husband Samuel E. Clark, Jr as well as their daughter Carol. She is survived by one daughter, Lorraine Clark; three sons, Samuel Clark, III, Robert Clark and Bruce Clark; numerous grandchildren.The funeral was held Saturday, May 28, 2005 at the Hogg Funeral Home, in Gloucester Point, Virginia. The interment will take place June 3, 2005 at the St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
73 St. Stephen, NB, May 31, 2005, Margaret Veronica MOSHER, widow of Leonard J. Mosher, of Mohannes, NB.Survived by 1 son, Leonard (Catherine) Mosher, Oromocto, NB, 3 daughters, Veronica Legacy (James), Mohannes, NB, Sharon Erskine (Donald), Bocabec, NB, Deborah Dugas (Roger), Mohannes, NB, grandchildren, great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.Interment at St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
74 The death of Dorothy CHRISTIE of St. Stephen, occurred at the Charlotte County Hospital on June 8, 2005. Born in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, she was the daughter of the late Guy and Gladys (Conrad) Jones. Predeceased by brother, Harold Jones. She is survived by sister, Betty Jones of St. Stephen; brother, Donald (Carole) Jones of St. Stephen; step-son, Garry Christie (Maureen) of Kerr's Ridge; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.Interment will take place in the St. Stephen Rural Cemetery  
75 The death of Gary Daryl Cunningham of Upper Mills, New Brunswick, occurred on June 10, 2004 at the Charlotte County Hospital. Born in L'Etang, New Brunswick he was the son of Blair and Viola (Leavitt) Cunningham. He is survived by his wife, Donna (Anthony) Cunningham; daughters, Debbie McVay, Laurie Jackson and Angie Nutter; brothers, Merle, Michael and Murray Cunningham; sisters, Janet Harper and Joyce Little; grandchildren, Kristyn, Brady and Brooklyn-Graci; several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held 2 pm Monday from MacDonald Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Boyce Martin officiating. Interment will take place in theUpper Mills Cemetery,  
76 The death of Joanne (Maxwell) Cornish of Upper Mills. NB occurred at the Saint John Regional Hospital on September 23, 2003. Survived by husband, Gerald Cornish;(#77) daughters, Elsie Sutherland and Karen Hummell-Newell; brother, Donald Maxwell; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild; several nieces and nephews. The funeral was held on Saturday from MacDonald Funeral Home, with Rev. Phil Anderson officiating. Pallbearers were Rob Turmbell, Stephen Sutherland, Mered Hatt and Tom Beckerton. Interment took place at the Upper Mills Cemetery,  
77 The death of Gerald Cornish occurred at the Charlotte County Hospital on December 2, 2003. Born in Upper Mills NB, he was the son of the late Richard and Floria (Greenlaw) Cornish Predeceased by his wife Joanne Armstrong (Maxwell) Cornish(#76). Survived by daughters Elsie Sutherland and Karen Hummell-Newell; step-brother; Gerald; four step-sisters, Joanne, Judy, Susan & Linda, several grandchildren, several great-grandchildren several nieces and nephews. Family received friends at MacDonald Select Community Funeral Home, 20 Marks Street, St. Stephen, on Wednesday during regular calling hours. The funeral was held 11am on Thursday from the Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Phil Anderson officiated. The pallbearers for the service were; Stephen Sutherland, Peter Johnson, Glen Johnson. Interment took place at the Upper Mills Cemetery,  
78 The death of Selma Kater Smith of 5 Deacon Lane, St. Stephen, New Brunswick occurred peacefully at home on March 14, 2004. Born in Amsterdam, Holland she was the daughter of the late Coenraud and Cornelia (Roels) Kater. Predeceased by her beloved husband Sidney Smith and mother-in-law Berdina Smith. She is survived by daughter, Rose Burke (Gordon) of Rusagonis, N.B, son, Ronald Smith (Carla) of Queensville, Ontario; sister, Hetty K. Outlet of Yellowknife; brother, Albert Kater of Toronto. Sadly missed by grandchildren, Cindy and Rose Ann Smith, St. Stephen; Ronald Smith (Colleen), Edmonton; David MacDonald (Molly), Pennsylvania; Logan Smith, Queensville; and great-grandchildren, Hannah and Sydney Smith; several nieces and nephews. Linda (Smith) DeMerchant remained a special daughter-in-law. Arriving in Canada as a war bride, Selma fully embraced Canada as home but kept a special place in her heart for her Native land. She lived life to the fullest. In addition to her commitment to her family, she worked as a teaching assistant prior to work at Ganong''s Candy Factory. Following retirement, her talents benefited her church and Seniors activities, including work with the N.B. Senior's Federation. Selma was a member of the Milltown United Church. There will be no visitation at her request. A Service of Remembrance will be held 2 p.m. Thursday from the Milltown United Church, St. Stephen with Rev. Boyce Martin officiating. The family will receive visitors following the service. Interment will take place in the Upper Mills Cemetery, t a later date.  
79 MCLAY, ANN MARIE (nee McCullough) Passed away at the Charlotte County Hospital, St. Stephen on August 4, 2005, after a short, but spirited battle with cancer. Born on November 8, 1939, she was the daughter of the late Jack and Rose McCullough of Bocabec, NB. Ann is survived by her husband, Robert of St. Andrews, and children, Jack Kenneth (Christine) of Aylesford, NS, Robert Timothy (Martha) of St. Stephen, Michele Nancy (Barry Schriver) of Fort McMurray, AB, and Michael Edward (Cathy) of Kuujjuaq, PQ; grandchildren, Amy, Ryan and Rachel McLay, Scott and Stacey Schriver, Meagan, Robert and Amber McLay; and her sister, Nancy Burnham, of St. Andrews. She was predeceased by her daughter, Heather, and grandson, Luke.Ann was an active member of her community, a recipient of the NB Merit Award presented by the Town of St. Andrews in 2002, and the dedication of a public garden area as “Ann’s Garden” by the By the Sea Garden Club in May of this year “in recognition of her contribution to the beautification of St. Andrews”. Ann will be greatly missed by her family and circle of friends who shared her zest for living both before and during her illness. At her request, there will be no public service. Friends are invited to join the family at her residence at 224 Mowatt Drive, St. Andrews, on Saturday, August 6th, starting at 2 pm, to share memories and celebrate her life. In lieu of flowers, donations in Ann’s memory may be made to The Luke Timothy McLay Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o United Baptist Convention of the Atlantic Provinces, 1655 Manawagonish Road, Saint John, NB E2M 3Y2, The Canadian Cancer Society, or a charity of the donor’s choice.Arrangements entrusted to St. George Funeral Home, (755-3533), 26 Portage Street, St. George. NB  
80 Following a courageous battle with cancer, Misty Dawn Marie Hooper, 26, of Back Bay, NB, passed away at her home, surrounded by her loving family, on August 11, 2005. Born in St. Stephen, NB on December 9, 1978, she was a daughter of Glendon Rufus and Janet Elaine (Foley) Hooper. A loving mother, daughter, sister and aunt, she is survived, besides her parents, by one daughter, Chassie at home, two sisters, Cathy Hooper (Mark Fraser) of Back Bay, Marcy Hooper (Joey Carrier) of Back Bay and her maternal grandmother, Margaret Ward of Seeley’s Cove; nieces, Hillary, Hailey, Tatum, Teagan; God Parents, Brenda & Robert Gaudet of Pennfield; several aunts, uncles and cousins. Misty loved working on her computer and talking on the telephone. She enjoyed writing and especially creating poety. She was an avid shopper and enjoyed spending time with Chassie and her nieces. Resting at Seaview Full Gospel Church, Back Bay, from where the service will be held on Sunday at 2 pm. Visiting at the church on Friday from 7-9 pm, and Saturday from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. In Misty’s memory, and in lieu of flowers, donations to the Charlotte County Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to the St. George Funeral Home, (755-3533), 26 Portage Street, St. George. NB.  
81 The death of Raymond C. Lank of Campobello, occurred at the Charlotte County Hospital on August 09, 2005. Born in Campobello, New Brunswick he was the son of the late Frank and Elizabeth (Mitchell) Lank.Predeceased by his brothers, Judson Lank, Burton Lank, Ashton Phinney, Berlin Phinney, Ernest Phinney; sisters, Eleanor Chute, Emily Smith, Ethel Newman; Survived by his wife, Janice (Thurber) Lank; daughters, Karlene (Carl) Hood of Lubec, Bonita (Roy) Rogers of St. Stephen, Patsy (Kennard) Malloch of Campobello; sons, Clayton (Melanie Bridgham) Lank of Campobello, Robert Lank of New Hampshire; brother, William Phinney of Maine; grandchildren, Jared, Danae, Amber, Brittany, Chelsea, Kristan, Chelsea, Tanner, Brandon, Madison; great-grandchildren, Rylee, Kobee, Kamden, Kieana, Ramsey; several nieces and nephews.Resting at North Road Baptist Church with visiting on Thursday from 2 to 4 pm (Family Visitation) and 7 to 9pm (PublicVisitation). The funeral will be held at 2pm on Friday from North Road Baptist Church, Campobello with Rev. Dr. Wendall Calder and Rev.John Tremblett officiating. Interment will take place following funeral service in the North Road Baptist Cemetery. For those who wish, donations to North Road Baptist Church ( Steeple Fund) or the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. MacDonald Select Community Funeral Home, 20 Marks Street, St. Stephen in care of arrangements. Campobello
82 HANSON- at the Charlotte County Hospital, St. Stephen, NB, August 7, 2005, Paul Branscomb Hanson of St. Stephen, NB. Husband of the late Marjorie Helen (Cogswell) Hanson.Survived by 2 sons; Robert (Janice) of Scotch Ridge NB, Alan (Donna) of Woodstock, NB, 1 daughter; Gail, Mrs. Robert Doon of Saint John, NB, 8 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren.Resting at the S. O. Mehan and Son Funeral Home Ltd. 23 Main St. St. Stephen NB from where funeral service will be held Tuesday August 9, 2005 at 2 PM with Doug Dougherty officiating.Interment at St. Stephen Rural Cemetery.Visiting hours at the funeral home will be held Tuesday August 9, 2005 from 1 PM to 2 PM  
83 At his residence, St. Stephen, NB, August 2, 2005, Joseph Eugene Richardson, husband of Veronica (Ronnie) (Armstrong) Richardson, of St. Stephen, NB.Survived by his wife, 2 daughters, Kathleen (Malcolm) Swinemar, Halifax, NS, Margaret Melanson, Halifax, NS, 5 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild, 3 sisters-in-law, several nieces and nephews.Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at the Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Church, Union Street, St. Stephen, NB on Friday August 5, 2005 at 10 AM with Rev. Paul Riley officiating.Interment atMilltown Roman Catholic Cemetery.Visiting hours will be held at The S.O. Mehan & Son Funeral Home Ltd., 23 Main Street, St. Stephen, NB on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM.  
84 Phyllis Jean Scott, 60, died Monday, Aug. 8, 2005, at a Bangor, Maine hospital. Phyllis was born May 19, 1945, in St. Stephen, N.B., daughter of Paul and Doris (McGarrigle) Griffith. On March 7, 1998, she married Durward Scott. Phyllis attended the Woodland Full Gospel Pentecostal Church. She was predeceased by her father, Paul Griffith. Surviving are her husband, Durward, of Baileyville; her mother, Doris Arseneau of Calais; four children, Gerald Scott and wife, Susie, of Robbinston, Cynthia Scott of Calais, Marie Scott and companion, Kevin Redding of Corinth, and Chance Scott and companion, Jennifer Martinez of Baileyville; four stepchildren, Angela Guay and husband, Neil, of Orono, Kevin Scott of Baileyville, Jason Scott and wife, Patricia, of Waterville, and Kellie Norton and husband, Scott, of Alexander; many grandchildren; a step-brother, Larry Holtz of New Jersey; and an uncle, Gerald McGarrigle of Arizona. Friends may call 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 11, at Mays Funeral Home, 26 Church St., Calais. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Friday, in the funeral home, with Pastor Keith Moody officiating. Burial will follow in Woodland Cemetery, Baileyville.  
85 AUBURN, Maine- Pauline B. Reed, 88, a resident of Clover Manor in Auburn, died peacefully in her sleep Wednesday evening, Aug. 3, 2005. She was born April 12, 1917, in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada, the daughter of Earl D. Black and Nettie Ferson Black. She was a naturalized American citizen and a graduate of Brewer High School. After living away for some years, she returned to Brewer in the 1950's and worked at The Star Store in Bangor, and later at Epstein's in South Brewer. She retired early and moved to Auburn, Maine with her sister-in-law, Elizabeth Reed, to be closer to her children and grandchildren. She loved spending time with her family, traveling and knitting. She is survived by her daughters, Sharon A. Millett and her husband, Jerome Millett of Poland Spring, and Earline F. Wood of Arizona; and her son, Michael C. Reed and his wife, Rowena Reed of Arizona; her brother, Robert Black of Orrington; 10 grandchildren, Tim Millett, Trisha Fletcher, Todd Reed, Tonya Aronson, Troy Reed, Joseph Wood, Lynn Gelsinger, Rhonda Bachert, Larry Wood and Beth Jensen; and 23 great-grandchildren, Timothy, Katherine and Connor Millett, William and Matthew Fletcher, Camden and Cole Reed, Amanda and Matthew Aronson, Chase Boian, Jessica, Joseph, Julia, James and John Wood, Aaron Wood, Lexie Jensen, Morgan and Lauren Bachert, Luke, Laurel Ann, Lillian and Lydia Wood. She was predeceased by her sister-in-law Elizabeth Reed; her brother, Elwell Black; and her sister, Durelle Gold. There will be a private service for the family Tuesday, Aug. 9, at Gracelawn Memorial Park in Auburn. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Clover Manor Activities Department, 440 Minot Avenue, Auburn, ME 04210, to be used for resident activities. Arrangements are under the direction of Dillingham & Sons, 62 Spring St., Auburn, Maine.  
86 Harry Wall Ryder passed away Thursday, July 21, 2005 at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital, Cape Breton, N.S. Harry was a professional engineer who began his career in 1954 following graduation from the University of New Brunswick with a Civil Engineering degree. He then joined H.G. Acres and Company, for which he criss-crossed the country working on many engineering projects. Harry spent his entire career (over 50 years) with Acres. In 1974, Harry established the office in Sydney, N.S., now S.G.E. Acres Ltd., where as manager, he led many multi-disciplinary engineering projects in municipal, structural, transportation, environmental and petroleum engineering. Harry had become a well-known figure in the engineering and business community in Cape Breton. He always found time to help smaller companies and individuals with a need for engineering advice. In 1989, the Association of Professional Engineers of Nova Scotia honoured Harry with an engineering award for "Distinctive Achievement in the Practice of Engineering." Harry was a member of the Association of Professional Engineers of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Ontario and Quebec. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus Sydney River Council, and St. Joseph Church, Sydney.Born in St. Stephen, N.B., Harry was predeceased by his parents, the late G. Stewart and Justine (Boles) Ryder, and was the last member of his immediate family.Cremation has taken place. A memorial mass will be held at Our Lady of Fatima church on Monday, July 25, 2005 at 7 p.m., with Rev. Patrick O'Neil officiating. Interment arranged through Holy Rosary Parish in St. Stephen, N.B., at a later date.Harry will be sadly missed by his many friends, co-workers and colleagues. Condolences may be sent to the family at sydmemchapel@ns.sympatico.ca  
87 In loving memory of Earl Raymond Fraser, of St. Stephen, N.B., whom God called home on July 26, 2005, at Charlotte County Hospital, St. Stephen, N.B.He is survived by his loving wife, Eileen Fraser (Jean); one son, Wayne (Jenn); four grandchildren; and great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his mother, father, brothers and sisters. By Earl’s request, he wanted his body to be donated to Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S.  
88 At her residence, St. Stephen, N.B., Aug. 3, 2005, Mary Christina (Rideout) Madsen, widow of Martin Madsen, of St. Stephen, N.B., daughter of the late William and Eva (Hovey) Rideout. Survived by daughters, Mildred Smith, Marie Thompson and Jean (Norman) Pomeroy, all of St. Stephen, N.B.; 10 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren; and four great-great-great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.Predeceased by her husband; son, Melvin Madsen; granddaughter, Lesa Jackson; great-granddaughter, Laura Gullison; three sisters and two brothers. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at the St. Stephen’s Roman Catholic Church, Milltown Blvd., St. Stephen, N.B., on Saturday, Aug. 6, 2005, at 2:30 p.m., with Rev. Paul Riley officiating.Interment at Milltown Roman Catholic Cemetery.. Visiting hours will be held at The S.O. Mehan & Son Funeral Home Ltd., 23 Main Street, St. Stephen, N.B., on Friday, Aug. 5, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, remembrances to the Milltown Roman Catholic Cemetery, Children’s Wish Found-ation, or a charity of one’s choice would be appreciated by the family.  
89 The death of Thelma B. Lowe of St. Stephen, occurred at the Charlotte County Hospital on August 1, 2005. Born in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, she was the daughter of the late William and Edna (Frost) Moffatt. Predeceased by her parents, three sisters (#26 above) and seven brothers; she is survived by her husband, Arthur Lowe; three daughters, Judith (Rod) Wilson of St. Stephen, Sharon (Eugene) Fowler of Charters Settlement and Linda Lowe of St. Stephen; four sisters, Evelyn Perkins, Pearl Russell, Ina Moffatt and Frances Moffatt; six grandchildren, Rodney (Amanda) Wilson, Derek (Tammy) Wilson, Dr. Robert (Dr. Eva Shimaoka) Fowler, Trevor (Dr. Stephanie) Perry, Krista (Kris) Amos (see also #140) and Angela Fowler; four great-grandchildren, Jackson Wilson, Matthew Fowler, Olivia and Avery Amos (see also #140); several nieces and nephews. The graveside service will be held Monday, August 8, at 1:00 p.m. at the St. Stephen Rural Cemetery, with Rev. Dr. Steven Cho officiating. For those who wish, donations to St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church, or to a charity of the donor's choice would be appreciated. MacDonald Select Community Funeral Home, 20 Marks Street, St. Stephen in care of arrangements. www.macdonaldfh.com  
90 Following a lengthy illness, the death of Mr. Moise Gerard Richard of Blacks Harbour, NB, Devoted husband to Florence Lillian (Thompson) Richard, occurred on Saturday July 16, 2005 at the Charlotte County Hospital, St. Stephen, NB, with his family at his side.Born in Rogersville, NB, on May 19, 1938, he was a son of the late Moise Joseph and Alice (Dorin) Richard. Moise was employeed with Connors Brothers, Blacks Harbour as a labourer for a number of years, an avid hunter, fisherman, he loved the outdoors and had a great love for all animals and was known for his ability to tame anything. Besides his wife, Florence he leaves to mourn his children Timmy Richard of St. Stephen, NB, David Richard of Sussex, NB, Marlene Moffatt (Peter), Darlene Johnson (Wade), all of Blacks Harbour, NB; Brothers Andrew Richard (Bertha), Frank Richard (Sadie) both of Blacks Harbour, NB, Lawrence Richard of St. George, NB. Leo Richard (Mary), John Richard (Glennis) both of Blacks Harbour, NB and Tom Richard (Bonnie) of Florida; Sisters Lodia Larose (Raymond) of Ottawa, ON, Alexina Arsenault (Joe) of St. Stephen, NB and Marion Wallace (Henry) of Saint John, NB.; seventeen grandchildren; five great grandchildren. Moise was predeceased by grandchildren Jonathan Munn, Tara and Tasha Wilkinson, two sisters Mary Martin and Annie Arsenault and Brother Frank.Resting at the St. George Funeral Home, 26 Portage Street, St. George, NB (755-3533), from where the service will be held on Tuesday July 19, 2005, at 2:00 pm., from the The Gary E. Waycott Memorial Chapel at the St. George Funeral Home with Rev. Michael Scott officiating.Visiting hours on Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm. Interment will follow in the Pennfield Rural Cemetery. Donations to a charity of the donor’s choice would be appreciated by the family. Pennfield Rural Cemetery.
91 The death of Myrtis Idella Beatty of Saint John, New Brunswick, occurred at the Charlotte County Hospital in St. Stephen on July 6, 2005. Born in Havelock, New Brunswick, she was the daughter of the late Herman & Maude Redstone of Hampton. Predeceased by her husband, Edward (Ted) Beatty; brothers, Gordon and Richard Redstone, and sister, Marjorie Redstone. She is survived by daughters, Melodie (Rev. Bruce J. Bartel) of Victoria, BC and Carol Joy (Rev. Ted Scott) of Grand Manan, NB; sister, Cora Redstone of Saint John; brother, George (Doris) Redstone of Whitby, Ont.; sister-in-law, Stella Redstone of Saint John; grandchildren, Shane (Michelle) White, Shawn, Shanna, and Shari White; great-grandchildren, Shanelle and Jasmine White; step-grandchildren, Kirk and Jena Scott; several nieces and nephews.Resting at MacDonald Select Community Funeral Home, 20 Marks Street, St. Stephen, with visiting on Friday from 7 to 9 pm. The funeral will be held 11 am on Saturday from MacDonald Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. David Poirier of Honeydale, officiating. Mrs. Beatty will be transferred to Brenan’s Select Community Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row, Saint John, for visiting on Saturday from 7 to 9 pm and on Sunday from 2 to 3 pm where a memorial service will be held 3:30 pm on Sunday at Brenan’s Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Donald McCarty of Zealand officiating. Interment will take place in the Hampton Rural Cemetery. Condolences for the family and fond memories of Myrtis may be made at and for those who wish, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, CNIB, Canadian Diabetes Association or to a charity of choice.  
92 The death of C. Dale Bancroft of St.Stephen, occurred at his residence in St. Stephen, New Brunswick on July 16, 2005. Born in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, he was the son of the late Halton and Carrie (Good) Bancroft. Predeceased by his wife Marie (Clark) Bancroft; two sisters, Edythe Dalzell and Jean Cook.Survived by his daughters, Faith (Paul) Bartlett, Ameliasburgh,Ontario and Holly (Jerry) Kloos, Woodville,Ontario; grandchildren, Aaron (Diane Taylor) Bartlett, Courtney Bartlett and Jennifer Larocque and one great-grandson, Trevin Bartlett; several nieces and nephews.The funeral will be held 3 PM on Friday from Union Street United Baptist Church, with Rev. Garth Williams officiating. Interment will take place in the St. Stephen Rural Cemetery. For those who wish, donations to a charity of the donors choice would be appreciated.  
93 MCLAY-at her residence, July 13, 2005, Ruth Elaine (Hall) McLay, wife of E. Stephen McLay, of St. Stephen, NB. Survived by her husband, 1 daughter, Kathy (Nick Johnson), St. Stephen, NB, 2 sons, Stephen, Jr. (Debbie), Oak Bay, NB, Cst. Michael (Jackie Valk) B.C., 5 grandchildren, her mother, Rose Hall, St. Stephen, NB, 2 brothers, Doug Hall, Ontario, Earl (Fran), St. Stephen, NB, 1 sister, Robina Jackson (Doug), Robbinston, Maine several nieces and nephews.Predeceased by 1 daughter, Sheila. Memorial Service will be held at The S.O. Mehan & Son Funeral Home Ltd., 23 Main Street, St. Stephen, NB on Sunday July 17, 2005 at 4:30 PM with Rev. Bob Hinton officiating.Interment at St. Stephen Rural Cemetery. Family will receive relatives and friends at the funeral home on Sunday from 2:30 to 4:30 PM.In lieu of flowers, remembrances to Lincourt Manor or charity of ones choice would be appreciated by the family.  
94 The death of Rev. Robert Edward Grimmer, pastor of the First Revival Pentecostal Church, Belledune NB, occurred on Friday July 22, 2005. Born in St. Stephen NB. He was the son of the late Henry and Francis (Snowdon) Grimmer. He was a very caring and loving husband and father. Robert is the scripture which will help me through this sorrow of you going home to be with the Lord. Where you have gone I will be there also. Isaiah 40: 31 But they that wait upon Lord, shall renew their strength: they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run and not be weary; and they shall walk and not faint. He is survived by his loving wife of 37 years Marina (McCoy) Grimmer; two sons Troy (Priscilla) Grimmer of Durham Bridge NB and Dwayne (Gail) Grimmer of Bathurst NB; four daughters Dixie (James) Bishop of Keswick NB, Wendy (Keith) Hanson of Fredericton NB, Cheyanne Grimmer (Jon Dionne) of Fredericton NB and Tralawney (Jack) Guiggey of Fredericton NB; two brothers Donald (Gail) Grimmer of Saint John NB and Barry (Cindy) Grimmer of Hampton NB; three sisters Shirley (Raymond) Arbeau of Saint John NB, Rose Mary (Jack) Folkins of Saint John NB and Georgina (Wally) Robinson of Nova Scotia; ten grandchildren David, Nicole, Mitchell, Mark, Charlena, Trevor, Mathew, Kaleb, Shayla and Jillian; one great grandson David Dunphy; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by grandson Travis Grimmer. Visitation will be from York Funeral Home, 302 Brookside Dr. Fredericton NB Monday 7-9pm and Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9pm. Funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 2pm from First United Pentecostal Church, Marysville NB with Rev. Raymond Woodward officiating and Rev. Henry Potrais assisting. Burial will follow in the Dayton Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Mike Trail, Paul Ingraham, Phillip Thomas, Wesley Bustard, Stephen Estey and Ronald McCoy. Honorary pallbearers will be Jon Dionne and Jack Guiggey. For those who wish, remembrances to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or First Revival Pentecostal Church, Belledune would be appreciated by the family. Personal condolence may be offered through www.yorkfh.com  
95 Russell D. Thornton, 83, of Moncton surrounded by his family passed away peacefully at his residence on Sunday, July 17, 2005 after a courageous battle with Cancer. Born in St. Stephen, Russell was the son of the late William and Harriet (Russell) Thornton. Russell was retired from NB Power Commission. He was a long time member of Mountain View United Church, member of Fidelity Chapter #36 OES Riverview, Coverdale Lodge #52 F&AM Riverview, Luxor Shrine Temple Saint John and the Moncton Shrine Club. He enjoyed all different sports however first and foremost was his support and love for the Moncton Wildcats. He was a Veteran of the Second World War, served overseas with the Royal Canadian Army Signal Corp. in Italy and Northwestern Europe for over five years. Russell will be sadly missed by his daughters, Ruth Thornton, Moncton, Phyllis Christie (Tom), Calgary, AB; son, Peter (Cindy), Calgary, AB; grandsons, Craig and Keith; sisters, Francis, Shirley and Joan; several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his wife Betty (McAllister)(1993); brother, William; sister, Bernice. No visitation by request. Memorial Service at Mountain View United Church, MacBeth Ave. Wednesday, July 20, 2005, 4:30pm; Rev. Paul Cumming officiating. Reception in the church hall following the service. Interment, Elmwood Cemetery. In Russell's memory donations to Friend's of The Moncton Hospital (Driscoll Extra Murial Unit) or Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. Ferguson Knowles Funeral Home, 1657 Mountain Road, Moncton (8581995) in care of arrangements  
96 The Hamilton Spectator, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada June 7, 2004
At the Charlotte County Hospital, June 4, 2004, Charles Wellington Woodside of Union Street, St. Stephen, NB. Survived by his wife of 43 years Judith (Fowler) Woodside, his children Julia (Richard) of St. Stephen, Jeffrey of St. Stephen, John (Jodi) of St. Stephen, Jamie of St. Stephen, Jeremy (Jennifer) of Fredericton Jct., Jennifer (Randall) of St. Stephen, Justin of Alberta, Jillian of St. Stephen, Whitney and Avery of St. Stephen, 21 grandchildren and one great-grandson, two brothers Ivan of St. Andrews, Merlin and one sister Shirley, both of Brantford, ON. Several nieces, nephews and cousins. A Graveside Service was held on Sunday, June 6, 2004 at 2 p.m. at St. Stephen Rural Cemetery, St. Stephen, NB with Rev. Andrew Price officiating. For those who wish, memorials to the Charlotte County Cancer Society and
St. Stephen Rural Cemetery would be appreciated by the family. The S.O. Mehan and Son Funeral Home Ltd., 23 Main Street, St. Stephen
 
97 At Charlotte County Hospital, St. Stephen, NB, June 8, 2005, Bertram Carl Stewart, husband of Shirley E. (Colbert) Stewart, of RollingDam, NB.Survived by his wife, 3 sons, Terry (Margot), Elmsville, NB, Timothy (Colleen) Pennfield, NB, Christopher (Genviene) Moncton, NB, 1 daughter, Sandra Russell (Douglas), Oak Bay, NB, 7 grandchildren, 1 sister, Thelma MacFarlane (Donald), St. Andrews, NB, several nieces and nephews.Resting at The S.O. Mehan & Son Funeral Home Ltd., 23 Main Street, St. Stephen, NB from where funeral service will be held on Saturday June 11, 2005 at 10 AM with Rev. Paul Riley officiating.Interment at St. Patricks Roman Catholic Cemetery, RollingDam, NB.Visiting hours will be held at the funeral home on Friday evening from 7 to 9 PM.In lieu of flowers, remembrances to the St. Stephen Minor Hockey Association or charity of ones choice would be appreciated by the family. Dumbarton
98 John Harvey Russell, 92, died Thursday, Aug. 11, 2005, at a Calais, Maine nursing home. John was born Aug. 5, 1913, in St. Stephen, N.B., son of the late Leverett and Jennie (Norton) Russell. He was employed by Algar's Dry Cleaning in Calais for 30 years, served in the Canadian Army, Engineers, and enjoyed spending time with his family and children. John was predeceased by his brothers, Gardiner, Harmon, Donald, Ralph, Harold, Elwell and Kenneth Russell; and a sister, Phyllis. Surviving are his loving wife, Nellie M. (Kallenberg) Russell of Calais; three children, David Russell and wife, Susan, of Lewiston, N.Y., Janet Greenlaw of Calais, and Jeffrey Russell and wife, Lynne, of Calais; a sister, Viola Gibson; sisters-in-law, Hilda, Eleanor and Irene Russell and Marion Pignatelli and husband, Tony; brothers-in-law, Kenneth Kallenberg and wife, Edythe, and Carl Bernier; seven grandchildren, Kristen Smith and husband Rob, Melissa Johnson and husband, Dana, Michael Russell, Jackie Levick and husband, Keith, and Nikki, Mitch and Kenny Russell; and three great-grandchildren, Kaylee, Brooke and E. Nathan. Graveside services will be held 2 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16, in Calais Cemetery with Pastor Bob Hinton officiating. Arrangements by Mays Funeral Home, Calais.Bangor, Maine Daily News: 13 Aug 2005  
99 At Campobello Lodge, Campobello, NB, June 10, 2005, Alberta Cecilia Robinson of Welshpool, NB. Daughter of the late Ernest and Mildred (Logan) Robinson. Survived by 2 sister, Marie Robinson of St. Stephen, NB and Ola O’Brien, Bucksport, Maine, several nieces and nephews.No visitation will be held by request.A graveside service will be held at the St. Stephen Rural Cemetery. St. Stephen, NB on Wednesday June 15, 2005 at 3 PM with Rev. Doug McLean officiating.In lieu of flowers, remembrances to the charity of ones choice would be appreciated by the family.Arrangements in care of The S.O. Mehan & Son Funeral Home Ltd., 23 Main Street, St. Stephen, NB (506-466-1844)  

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