04 Oct 2020
Collette – It is with overwhelming sadness in our hearts, that we announce the passing, at birth, of our baby girl Lexi Alice Richard, at the Miramichi...
04 Oct 2020
Collette – It is with overwhelming sadness in our hearts, that we announce the passing, at birth, of our baby girl Lexi Alice Richard, at the Miramichi Regional Hospital on Sunday October 4th, 2020. She was the baby girl of Madison and Ryan Richard of Rogersville.
Left to mourn her are her parents, her big sister Lily–Mae; her grandparents: Terry and Diane LeBlanc of Rogersville, Stephanie Doiron (Sylvain) of Sainte–Marie–de–Kent and Stephane Richard (Kim) of Lloydminster AB; her aunts: Kayla Richard (Mathieu) of Rogersville, Samantha Richard (Josh) of Miramichi and Brynn Richard of Lloydminster AB; one uncle, Austin Richard of Lloydminster AB; great grandparents: Paul and Claudette Doiron, Georges and Cécile LeBlanc, Zoel and Lorenza Richard, Anise Richard, Gerald Doiron and Robert and Maggie Kalphat; great great grandparents: Annoncia and Gerald Richard.
Baby Lexi Alice was specially received by both her grandmothers, Alice and Lorenza. Her great great–grandparents: Alice and Guillaume Gaudet, as well as J.J. and Imelda Doiron are predeceased.
In respect to the parents’ wishes, there will be no funeral visitations and no funeral services held.
The funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the care of ‘La Colombe’ Funeral Cooperative Ltd, of Tracadie. Words of comfort may be extended by visiting our website at www.cooperativefunerairelacolombe.com
08 Oct 2020
1940 – 2020
Shediac, NB – Bernard Allain, 80, of Manoir Pascal–Poirier, Shediac, passed away on Thursday, October 8th, 2020, at the Dr. Georges–L.–Dum...
08 Oct 2020
1940 – 2020
Shediac, NB – Bernard Allain, 80, of Manoir Pascal–Poirier, Shediac, passed away on Thursday, October 8th, 2020, at the Dr. Georges–L.–Dumont University Hospital Centre, Moncton. Born in Moncton, NB, he was the son of the late Alfred and the late Marie (née: Robichaud) Allain.
Prior to retirement, he was an electrician by trade, having work as a salesman with Wesco Distributions. Bernard was a volunteer firefighter for many years and was also a co–founder of “La Cachette” in Saint–Antoine.
He will be sadly missed by his daughter, Jolaine (Gilles) Gallant of Shediac; his grandchildren: Patrick (Danie) and André (Josée); his sister, Jeanne Melanson of Moncton; his nephews: Gerald (Christine) Melanson and Daniel (Louise) Melanson; his great–niece, Sophie and his great–nephew, Mathieu.
A private visitation and funeral will be held, everyone attending the private visitation and funeral service will be mandated to wear a mask.
Donations to the NB Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Alzheimer’s Association would be appreciated. The family invites you to sign an online book of condolences at: www.funerairepassagefuneral.ca.
Funeral arrangements under the professional care of Passage Funeral Co–operative and Cremation Centre, 3754 Route 134, Shediac Bridge, NB, E4R 1T3 Tel: (506) 532–1050
04 Oct 2020
It is with broken hearts the family of Linda Boucher announce her peaceful passing which occurred at Bobby’s Hospice on Sunday, October 4, 2020. Born in Lethb...
04 Oct 2020
It is with broken hearts the family of Linda Boucher announce her peaceful passing which occurred at Bobby’s Hospice on Sunday, October 4, 2020. Born in Lethbridge, NL March 19th of 1939 to the late William and Tryphina (Russell) Harris.
Linda was a devoted, wife, mother and grandmother. She loved all animals especially cats including her feline companion Salem. Linda worked for Miracle Mart in Ontario for many years, retiring in 1995.
She is survived by her loving and devoted husband of almost 60 years Jean Guy Boucher of Rothesay; daughter Dawn Morgante (Benny) of Hamilton, ON; grandchildren Giovanni (Gaby), Marco (Gina) and Luca (Brandi); great–grandchildren Shaylyn, Brooklyn, Ava, Gwen and Bentley; sister–in–law Olive of Bloomfield, NL; nieces, nephews and friends.
Along with her parents, Linda was predeceased by her son Guy Patrick Boucher; sister Jane Hollaway, brothers Carl, Pierce and Gordon.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Fundy Funeral Home, 230 Westmorland Road (646–2424). Memorial service will be held at Fundy Funeral Home Chapel at a later date.
Donations in Linda’s memory may be made to Bobby’s Hospice or to the charity of the donor’s choice. To send a message of condolence please visit www.fundyfuneralhome.com
08 Oct 2020
Kathleen "Kay" Charlotte Duffy, 99, of Hopewell Hill went to be with her Lord and Saviour. She passed away peacefully on Thursday, October 8th, 2020 a...
08 Oct 2020
Kathleen "Kay" Charlotte Duffy, 99, of Hopewell Hill went to be with her Lord and Saviour. She passed away peacefully on Thursday, October 8th, 2020 at the Moncton Hospital. Kay was born on April 5,1921 on Gowland Mountain, Elgin, NB, the daughter of the late Percy and Maude (Steeves) Crandall.
She was a wonderful cook and enjoyed cooking and baking. She was known for her donuts and for her delicious fudge at Halloween. Kay was a devoted housewife, mother and grandmother. She was a pillar of the community and an active member of the Hopewell Hill Baptist Church now known as Hopewell Community Church. A lifetime member of the Women's Missionary Society, she taught Sunday School for many years, served as choir director and served on many committees at the church. Whenever there was a luncheon, Kay was there cooking and helping in the kitchen and bringing her baked goods. She was a member of the Lioness Club since 1967, The Senior Citizens Club, and volunteered with the Forest Dale Home Auxiliary. Kay was a lady of great faith, strength and integrity. She was an inspiration and led many people to the Lord through her example. She was like a mum and grandmother to many, fondly known as Nannie Kay. She had a smile that would light up a room and her kind and caring ways will never be forgotten. Her legacy of love will live on in all who knew her. She is now hearing the words "Well done my good and faithful servant" and walking with her Saviour on the street of gold.
She will be deeply missed by her daughter, Linda Butland (Claude) of Alma; her treasured grandchildren, Tony (Annick), Glen (Bryna) and Ryan (Melissa); her precious great-grandchildren, Megan, Tyler, Danika, Kaylin, Brooklyn, Mackenzie, Angus and Madison; sister, Addie Gaudet of River Glade; brothers, Gordon Crandall (Florence) of Mapleton, Richard Crandall (Joan) of Riverview and LeRoy Crandall (Joy) of Ontario; sister-in-law, Alice Crandall of Riverside-Albert. She will also be missed by several nieces, nephews and by all of her community.
Besides her parents she was predeceased by her first husband, Cecil Jones and second husband, Vincent Duffy; daughter, Marilyn; sisters, Dorothy Crandall, Laura Gregg (Ralph); brothers, Harold (Evelyn), Henry; brother-in-law, Ed Gaudet.
She will be resting at the Albert County Funeral Home with visitation on Saturday, October 10th, 2020 from 5 to 8pm. For those wishing to attend, masks are required, social distancing will be followed and a limited number of people in the building at one time. Due to COVID-19 there will be a private funeral service by invitation only. A livestream service can be viewed on the Albert County Funeral Home facebook page, Sunday at 2:00pm. A Graveside Committal service open for all those who wish to attend where social distancing can be applied, will take place in the Hopewell Cemetery, Hopewell Hill, NB on Sunday, October 11th, 2020 at 3:30pm.
Donations to the Hopewell Community Church or to the charity of the donor's choice would be greatly appreciated.
Arrangements are in the care of the Albert County Funeral Home, 4130 Route 114, Hopewell Cape, NB, E4H 3K2. 734-2780
07 Oct 2020
Carolyn (Ayles) Gladstone, cherished wife of Wayne (Geocacher 5beaver), passed away peacefully with family by her side on Wednesday, October 7th, 2020. She was ...
07 Oct 2020
Carolyn (Ayles) Gladstone, cherished wife of Wayne (Geocacher 5beaver), passed away peacefully with family by her side on Wednesday, October 7th, 2020. She was the youngest of three born to the late Roy & Ione (MacWilliam) Ayles of Salisbury.
Carolyn was a homemaker, Freelance Market Researcher and a Secretary in her early working years. She was a member of the Salisbury Baptist Church and a graduate of Salisbury Regional High School. She enjoyed Scrapbooking and Cardmaking, and especially time spent with her Family. Carolyn was also a proud member of the "Scarlet Snapdragons" Red Hatters of Salisbury.
In addition to her husband Wayne, she is survived by daughter Shelley Gladstone of Salisbury and son Chris (Kim) of Kentucky; her beautiful granddaughters Paige (Tom) Race and Madison Gladstone; sister Bonnie Nicolle (Jim); brother Allie (Judy); former son-in-law Philip O'Blenes and several nieces and nephews.
Resting at Salisbury Funeral Home, 3350 Route 106 (372-4800) from where visiting will be held on Saturday, October 10 from 3 to 5 pm. A graveside service will take place at Pine Hill Cemetery on Sunday, October 11 at 1 pm. Due to COVID-19, social distancing will be respected, and masks are required.
Special thanks to Dr. Melanie Legere, Moncton Hospital Palliative Care Unit, Extra-Mural Care.
If desired, donations to Friends of the Moncton Hospital or Dr. Georges L. Dumont Hospital Palliative Care Units would be appreciated by the family. www.keirsteads.ca
05 Oct 2020
Percy A Northrup, formerly of Saint John passed away October 5, 2020 of in Portland, Maine after a long and healthy life. He was born in Saint John, New Brunswi...
05 Oct 2020
Percy A Northrup, formerly of Saint John passed away October 5, 2020 of in Portland, Maine after a long and healthy life. He was born in Saint John, New Brunswick, the son of Helma and Arthur Northrup, and was one of six children.
He attended East Saint John schools and later joined the Canadian Navy where he was a gunner’s mate on defensively–equipped merchant oil tankers traveling between South America and Halifax and Montreal. He mustered out of service in 1945. He returned to Saint John and worked for a few years at the KC Irving Dry Dock. For decades Percy would return to his beloved Saint John to visit family.
In 1950 he married Annie Margaret Weber (McInnis) and moved to Portland where he worked for McFarland Spring Company before entering the construction business. Over the years as a tradesman, he worked in various positions including pile driving, iron work, and carpentry. He worked on such construction projects as USM’s Luther Bonney Hall, Bowdoin’s residence tower, Maine Yankee in Wiscasset, and CMP on Cousins Island.
Beginning with his teen years, Percy was an avid softball and hockey player. In 1939 he received the MVP trophy for the Saint John Royals and in 1997 was inducted into the New Brunswick Softball Hall of Fame. He continued playing hockey into his 60s belonging to what was playfully called the ‘cardiac league.’ For many years in the 1950s he played on actor Gary Merrill’s team known as Merrill’s Marauders. He often shared stories of post game revelry at Merrill’s Cape Elizabeth home when Merrill was married to Bette Davis. He later took up golf and played decades.
Upon retirement, Percy and Annie traveled extensively and Percy would usually return home with a collection of stories involving happenstance encounters with sports figures, celebrities, or politicians. He enjoyed national parks, presidential libraries, and taking in sports at stadiums around the US and Canada. He and Annie spent many winters in South Florida. They were married 62 years before Annie passed in 2012. At age 75 he renovated a West End row house which emerged as a bed and breakfast and today remains known as The Percy Inn.
Percy was predeceased by brothers Ralph and Malcolm and sister Marion, all of Saint John, NB.
He is survived here by two sisters Doreen Belyea of Browns Flat, NB and Melba Clark of Saint John. He is survived by five children, Robert (Weber) of Nova Scotia, Dawn (Gray) of Portland, Dale of Miami, Keith of Portland, and David of Westbrook, plus eight grandchildren and great–grandchildren.
Interment will be in Portland, Maine.
06 Oct 2020
Roberta Meuse of Kingsclear First Nation, long time member of St. Mary’s First Nation passed away at Saint John Regional Hospital on October 6th, 2...
06 Oct 2020
Roberta Meuse of Kingsclear First Nation, long time member of St. Mary’s First Nation passed away at Saint John Regional Hospital on October 6th, 2020 at the age of 62. Born February 16th, 1958 in Fredericton, NB to the late Eleanora "Jean" Sacobie.
Roberta was a member of St. Ann’s Catholic Church and worked at St. Mary’s Retail Sales for over 20 years. She loved to cook, travel to Jamaica and spend time with her family. She loved her family.
She is survived by her husband Steve, her daughter Mandy (Steven Triska); two grandchildren Kree and Karlee; stepson Mark Cosman (Jessica). Also, her special nephew Kyle; brother Frank Sabattis and Jim Sabattis (Marsha) sisters Cora Tomer and Rosemary Young. Her godchildren Shelly Sabattis, Josh Sacobie and Jackie Sappier. Several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Predeceased by her mother Eleanora "Jean" Sacobie, her brother Malcolm Sabattis (Bernadette) and sister Dawn Marie Sacobie.
Special mention and "Thank You" to the staff and medical personnel at SJRH for taking very good care of her during her illness.
Visitation will be held at 320 Gabe Acquin Dr., in St Mary’s First Nation on Thursday, October 8th from 6:00PM to 10:00PM and on Friday, October 9th from 2:00PM to 9:00PM. A mass to celebrate her life will be held in Kingsclear First Nation Saturday, October 10th at 11:00 a.m. at the powwow grounds with Father Curtis Sappier officiating. Honorary Pallbearers are: Evan Sacobie, Kyle Sacobie, Russel Junior Sacobie, Byron Paul, Ramond Millier, Nathan Millier and Matt Comeau. Online Condolences can be made at www.bishopsfuneralhome.com
23 Sep 2020
1944 – 2020
The death of Mr. Lorne Robersion Harris of Cassilis, NB, occurred on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at the Miramichi Regional Hospital at the age o...
23 Sep 2020
1944 – 2020
The death of Mr. Lorne Robersion Harris of Cassilis, NB, occurred on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at the Miramichi Regional Hospital at the age of 75. Born in Cassilis, NB, he was the son of the late Emmerson and Marjorie (Street) Harris.
Lorne was a Labourer and attended St. Stephen’s United Church, Red Bank.
Lorne is survived by: two sisters: Diane Cortes (Don Butler) of Nelson, NB; Rosalee Kinsella (Gary) of Newcastle, NB; five brothers: Terry of Millerton, NB; Jim of Beaverbrook, NB; Kenny (Shirley) of Oromocto, NB; Edward and Eldon of Cassilis, NB; many nieces and nephews.
Besides his parents, Lorne is predeceased by: infant sister: Violet; sister: Bessie Davidson (Merlyn); brother: Garfield (Marie) and brother-in-law: George Cortes.
The family will receive visitors at Meadows Funeral Home on Saturday, October 17, 2020 from 11 AM to 1 PM followed by a funeral service at St. Stephen’s United Church, Red Bank at 3 PM with Rev. Geza Szemök officiating. Please Note: Due to COVID-19, community face masks and the following of social distancing guidelines will be adhered to for the Visitation and Funeral Service. Also seating capacity will be limited for the Funeral Service. Interment will follow in the church cemetery.
In Lorne’s memory, donations may be made to St. Stephen’s United Church-General Fund or the St. Stephen’s United Church Cemetery Fund. Messages of condolences can be sent through our website: www.bellsmeadows.com
Funeral arrangements are under the care of Meadows Funeral Home, 150 Northwest Road, Sunny Corner, NB. Telephone 506-622-3600.