Barbara M. Smith
At the Prince County Hospital Summerside on Wednesday July 21, 2021 of Barbara M. Smith of Kensington aged 85 years.  Born in Toronto Ont., October 21, 1935 daughter of the late Joseph and Hazel (Carbray) Manning.She is survived by her loving spouse of 63 years Harry Thomas Smith,  Summerside and her daughter Shelley Ann (Derwin) Cole, Spring Valley.Barbara’s pride and joy were her grandchildren Derek Thomas and Kailey Wall (Bolton) of Ponoka, Alberta, Gerald \"Alxander\" and Kassandra Wall (Cropley), Okotoks, AB and Ashton Cole, of Ponoka, AB and Great Grandchildren Braylee Wall, Declan Wall and Tolen Wall.Sister of Miriam Manning and lifelong friend Janine Gaudette, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu,QC, Florence Manning (Michel Coupal), Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu,QC, and Ted Manning and Trish Manning (Evans) New Market, ON. Also, survived by nieces and nephews in Quebec and Ontario.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington.  No visitation or funeral service by personal request.  A private graveside service will be held in People’s Cemetery Kensington. If so desired memorial contributions may be made to the Kensington People’s Cemetery Fund. www.davisonfh.com

Found:Jul ,23 2021 18:00:38

Ira Leslie Enman
 Enman – On Wednesday, July 21, 2021, in his 100th year, of Ira Leslie Enman, of Summerside, passed away in the comfort of his home, after a brief illness with cancer. Born in Harmony, PEI, he was the son of the late Roy Enman and Gertrude (Ramsay) Meade. Ira also lived in Massachusetts, but his love of PEI drew him back in his retirement years. Ira, who was knighted by the Country of France in March 2017, proudly served Canada in WWII.Leaving behind those he loved, is his sister Dorothy Olsen; her daughters Donna Houle, ZoeAnn Carlson and Penny Jamerson; as well as his nephews Bruce Enman and Brent Enman, all of which reside in New Hampshire. Ira was also blessed to have many close friends on the Island.Ira was predeceased by his war bride Ellen (Price) Enman. When returning to PE, he was lucky enough to find happiness again with his late wife Dorothy (Yeo-Wright) Enman. He was also predeceased by his brother Elroy Enman.Words cannot express the profound appreciation to the Palliative Care Team of Health PEI. To those that gave willingly of their time to provide care for Ira, your love and compassion will forever be remembered.Resting at Moase Funeral Home Summerside. A private Visitation and Graveside Service will be held. Interment in the Victoria West Peoples Cemetery. Memorial donations to the Victoria West Peoples Cemetery or the Salvation Army Food Bank would be appreciated.    

Found:Jul ,22 2021 18:00:25

Joseph Alexander Acorn
With great sadness, the passing of Joseph Acorn age 59, occurred on Wednesday, July21, 2021. At the Kings County Memorial Hospital. Born April 10, 1962, son of Hazel MacRae and the late Harold Acorn. Survived by friend Dolores; brothers, Wade (Tannie), Gary (Daisey), George (Roxanne) and Blair; sisters, Nancy (Guy), Dawn (Rob) and Sharon (John); aunt Arlene; nieces and nephews. Predeceased by sisters, Betty and Anne. Resting at Ferguson Logan Montague Funeral Home with private visiting on Saturday, July 24, 2021. Funeral Service to take place in the Funeral Home Chapel on Saturday at 2:00 pm. Interment to take place in the Belfast Cemetery. Funeral Service to be live streamed at 1:55 pm. Online condolences and donations to the Cancer Society may be made through the Funeral Home website at www.fergusonlogan.com   

Found:Jul ,22 2021 18:00:16

Irene Cairns
Irene Cairns October 21, 1921 - July 20, 2021 It is with sadness the family of Margaret Irene Cairns announce her peaceful passing which occurred with family by her side at the Colville Manor on Tuesday, July 20, 2021. Born on October 21, 1921, Irene was in her 100th year of St. Peters Harbor and Souris, PE. She is predeceased by her beloved husband Roy and will be forever remembered as a gentle and loving mother to Ruth MacKenzie (Red) and Judy Dixon (Leland; deceased). Irene was a dear grammie to Rebecca Masuhara (John), Debbie Rodgers (Thomas), Linda Dixon (Jimmy MacDonald), Troy MacKenzie (Liz) and great grammie to Riley, Keirnan, Jayden, Landon, Molly, Hannah, Lachlan, Matthew, Luka, Jonathan, Maxwell, Jace and Cameron. She is also survived by her brother Stanley Drake and brother-in-law Michael Hayden. Predeceased by her parents Florence and Earl Drake, sisters Vera Ward (Vic), Ruth Stewart (Cecil), Florence Hayden and sister-in-law Claire Drake. Resting at Dingwell Funeral Home where visiting hours will take place for immediate family. A liturgy of the word will be held at the funeral home with interment to follow in St. Theresa the Little Flower church cemetery. Due to public health restrictions, all services are by invitation only. If so desired, donations can be made to SRS Breakfast Program (K-12) or the PEI Humane Society and would be appreciated by the family. View Memorial

Found:Jul ,22 2021 18:00:14

Smith, Rolland Wallace
Smith, Rolland Wallace July 20, 2021 The death occurred in his home in Winsloe North, on Tuesday, July 20, 2021, of Rollie Smith, beloved fiancé of Brenda Toole. He was the son of the late Wallace & Clair (Parsons) Smith and brother of Fenton (Marlene) Smith. Rollie is survived by his uncle, Sterling Parsons; and by his niece, Laurie Ann Smith (Scott). He was a special uncle to Kent Toole and many more nieces and nephews. He was the brother-in-law of Marion Toole (Carl, deceased); Mary Clow (Alan, deceased); Diane (Keith) Garnhum; Florence (Harvey) Younker; Ian Toole (Gail deceased); Pauline (David) Griffin; Brian (Joan) Toole; Lorraine Toole (Walter Mclaine, deceased); Ann (David) Smith; Frank (Wendy) Toole; Erma (Davison) Fall; Wayne (Art) Toole; and Kelly (Joedy) Harper. Resting at Central Queen’s Funeral Home, New Glasgow. A graveside service (by invitation only) will be held at the Winsloe North Cemetery on Saturday, July 24, 2021. If so desired, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society in memory of Rollie would be appreciated. Online condolences may be sent below, OR, by sending an email to cqfuneral@gmail.com. Online Condolences Thank you for your sentiments. Condolences will be printed and given to the family. Online condolences are sent to the funeral home where they are printed and given to the family. * indicates Mandatory Field Your Name*: Condolence*:

Found:Jul ,22 2021 12:00:32

Pineau, Wayne Gordon
Pineau, Wayne Gordon April 7, 2021 Wayne Pineau passed away peacefully in his sleep at Emmerson Lodge, Charlottetown, on Wednesday, April 7, 2021, aged 71. Wayne was the son of the late Cornelius and Charlotte ‘Bessie” (Doiron) Pineau. He is survived by his brother Alyre. Besides his parents, Wayne was predeceased by his siblings, Eddie, Ronnie, Ozzie, Doris, Lillian and Eleanor. The better part of Wayne’s life was spent with Bessie and Doris in his Family Home on the Line Road in North Rustico. Wayne had a soft heart and in his early years a great passion for music and his guitar. A private interment was held at Stella Maris Roman Catholic Cemetery, North Rustico. If so desired, donations to the Canadian Mental Health Association would be appreciated. Online condolences may be sent below, OR, by sending an email to cqfuneral@gmail.com. Online Condolences Thank you for your sentiments. Condolences will be printed and given to the family. Online condolences are sent to the funeral home where they are printed and given to the family. * indicates Mandatory Field Your Name*: Condolence*:

Found:Jul ,22 2021 12:00:32

William Henry Eckley LCol Retd CD SSM
Born in Toronto on 18th of February, 1930, only son of Henry Eckley and Emily (nee) Reynolds. Pre-deceased by his sister Mrs. Yvonne Hawke and grandson Matthew. Best friend and loving companion of Barbara Helen Bolger.   Survived by sons William Andrew David (Shelley) of Port Coquitlam, BC, and Christopher Mark (Wendy) of Spruce Grove AB and daughter Laura Megan Bagshaw of Ottawa. Also survived by his grandchildren Patricia, Stuart, Angela (Jef) and Robert and by great-grandchildren Harmony and Elton. Loving step-father of Lee Helmer, Thane and Tim.   Bill joined the RCAF in 1948 as an AC2 and retired in 1978 as a LCol. He was awarded the Canadian Forces Decoration and two bars, together with the Queen’ Silver Jubilee Medal. After his retirement Bill joined the Canada Pension Commission/ Veterans Affairs Canada from which he retired in 1991.   A member of Trent Lodge #38, AF&AM, GRC, a life member of St Johns Lodge #1, F&AM, GRPEI, Cape Breton Preceptory #43, KT. and Tunis Temple #179, AAONMS. Past president and member of the United Services Officers’ Club of Charlottetown, member of the RCAFA, an associate Member of the RCAF Pre-War Club of Canada and member of Royal Canadian Legion #1 Charlottetown.   An ardent golfer and bridge player Bill kept busy in his retirement with these activities, plus reading extensively.   Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel. As per Bill’s request, there will be no funeral service. Cremated remains will be interred at a small family service at a later date. Donations to the PEI Humane Society or Royal Canadian Legion will be appreciated. Online condolences may be made at www.macleanfh.com

Found:Jul ,22 2021 09:00:38

Ruth Mary Mahen nee Smiley
It is with a mixture of heavy hearts for our loss but a sense of gratitude that Ruth Mahen has peacefully passed on from a lengthy struggle with ill health and may now continue her spiritual journey after a life well lived. She passed away on 18 July 2021 at Beach Grove Home under the expert and compassionate care of the staff, with family members by her side.   Ruth was born on 15 January 1938 in her grandmother\'s house in the small community of Beaver Harbour on Nova Scotia\'s Eastern Shore. She was the eldest of 9 children born to Hector and Catherine (Patriquin) Smiley, and as such was called upon often to look after her sisters and brothers, and to help around the house. From the minister\'s wife she learned how to play an old-fashioned pump organ and played the hymns for Sunday services, sometimes twice a day when the minister was called upon to preach in a neighbouring community. Early schooling was in a one-room schoolhouse and the older children were often called upon to teach some of the youngest ones. She discovered she had a talent for artwork and did a lot of drawing, and then painting later in life.   After completing Grades 8 and 9 in one year at age 14 she moved to Dartmouth and Halifax to complete grades 10 and 11. At 16 she was too young to be admitted to the Victoria General Hospital\'s three-year Registered Nursing Diploma program so took the one-year secretarial program at the Halifax Vocational School and then worked for a year as a secretary for a Halifax business. Having reached the entry requirement of 18 years of age she was admitted to the nursing program, graduating in the fall of 1959. She worked for two years in the Emergency Department at the VGH from 1959 - 1961, and during this time she joined the Royal Canadian Medical Corps. In October 1961 she was appointed to the rank of Second Lieutenant. Looking to broaden her experience outside NS she was hired by the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal in 1961 but said to the VGH Director of Nursing she’d return if the position of Assistant Head Nurse in Emergency was created and offered to her. That happened in 1963 and she accepted the position. It was then she met her future husband Robert (Bob) Mahen who was hired as a summer employee to work as an orderly. Ruth earned a Diploma in Nursing Administration at Dalhousie University in 1966, and continued at the VGH until she married and moved to PEI where her husband had been hired to teach at Prince of Wales College. She was hired at the Polyclinic for a few years and retired shortly before her first child was born in 1970.   Ruth dedicated her life to helping others, both in her personal and professional life, and was happiest when she was contributing to improving the conditions of others. Early in UPEI’s existence she was co-founder and President of the Women’s Group, raising money for student bursaries and other needs as identified by the university. She was awarded the Red Cross’s Certificate of Honour for outstanding volunteer service in 1984 for her work with the school swimming program. She also served as the Chair of the Social Functions Committee of Spring Park United Church for many years. She combined her artistic abilities with skills in cooking, baking, and knitting to create gourmet dishes, decorative desserts, and knitted apparel for all ages to donate to numerous fund-raising causes for our church, our children’s schools, and celebrations of significant family and community events. She played a key role in organizing many of these and worked tirelessly to ensure they were successful. Her bright, warm, and dedicated personality was treasured by those who worked with her. She will be sadly missed by those who knew and worked with her.   Left to cherish fond memories of her are her husband Robert Mahen, son Gregory (Kellsay Compton), daughter Gillian (James Phillips), siblings Beverly Smiley, Lower Sackville; Elaine Porter, Halifax; Steven Smiley (Sharon), Bridgewater; Sharon Finlayson (Malcolm), Vancouver; Heather Smiley-Stone (Paul Stone), Halifax; and Brent Smiley (Rita), Toronto, and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her father Hector Matthew Smiley Jr., (1987), brother Gary H. Smiley (2001), mother Catherine Elizabeth Smiley (Patriquin) (2007), and brother David Wentford Smiley (2018).   Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel. The funeral service by invitation only will be celebrated at Spring Park United Church at 10 a.m. on Friday, July 30. For those unable to attend, the service will be live-streamed at: https://www.youtube.com/SpringParkUnited. Donations may be made to the Huntington’s Society of Canada or to a charity of your choice. Online condolences may be made at www.macleanfh.com

Found:Jul ,22 2021 09:00:38

Mary A. Trainor
Peacefully at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Tuesday, July 20, 2021 of Mary A. Trainor (nee Donovan) of Charlottetown, age 73 years. Loving partner of Roger Sheehan and dear mother of Darren Trainor. Also survived by two loving grandchildren Cameron and Molly Trainor; her brothers Jimmy and Joe Donovan.Predeceased by her parents Alice (nee MacPhee) and Jimmy Donovan; brothers Jackie, Sammy, Charlie Donovan and her husband Glen Trainor (1985).Resting at the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home.No visitation or funeral service by personal request.A private graveside service will be held in the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Charlottetown.If so desired, memorial contributions may be made to Mary’s grandchildren’s Cameron and Molly) education fund.Online condolences may be made at www.islandowned.ca

Found:Jul ,21 2021 18:00:39

Donald H. Davey
Peacefully with family by his side at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Saturday, July 17, 2021 of Donald H. Davey of Charlottetown age 70 years.Born in Charlottetown he is the son of the late Henry and Florence (McInnis) Davey. Donald is predeceased by his wife Sharon Davey. He is survived by his partner Catherine Loo. Dear father of Bill Pineau (Erika Baucmanek) and Michael Davey (Carolyn). Donald is also lovingly remembered by his sister Sandra Murray (Vernon), brother John Davey (Lorna) and nieces and nephews. He was also predeceased by his brother William Davey (Heather).Resting at the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home. By personal request there will be no visiting hours or funeral service. A private graveside service will be held in the Roman Catholic Cemetery.On-line condolences may be made at www.islandowned.ca.

Found:Jul ,20 2021 12:00:52

Ralph MacKinnon
Unexpectedly at home on Thursday, July 15, 2021 the passing of Ralph Eugene MacKinnon occurred, beloved husband of the late Margaret Marion (Lewis) MacKinnon. Born May 12, 1942, he was the son of the late James and Helen (Tobin) MacKinnon. Ralph is survived by his loving children Sandra MacKinnon, Kevin (Connie) MacKinnon and Michelle (Craig) MacKinnon; cherished grandchildren Devyn, Jordan, Kaelan, Sasha, Riley, Josh, Lexi, Eric and Meghan; 1 great grandchild Charlie; brother Leonard (Audrey) MacKinnon, Loretta (Danny) Lewis, Arlene MacInnis. Special friend Louise MacDonald. He was predeceased by a grandson Brandon and brother Eddie. Resting at Ferguson Logan Montague Funeral Home with visiting on Thursday, July 22 from 1:00 - 3:00 pm by invitation only. Private Family Service to take place on Thursday, July 22 at 3:30 pm in the Funeral Home Chapel with live streaming for those who are unable to attend the service. Interment to take place in St. Peter’s Catholic Cemetery. Online Condolences and Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation may be made through the funeral home website www.fergusonlogan.com

Found:Jul ,20 2021 09:01:00

George Frederick Arsenault
Arsenault – The death occurred at the Prince County Hospital, Summerside, on Thursday, July 15, 2021, of George Arsenault, formerly of Travellers Rest, aged 85 years. Born in Middleton, he was the son of the late Fred and Etta (Quigley) Arsenault. Survived by his sons Clarence, George Clair (Coralee \"Coree\"), Glendon and Christopher; grandchildren Zacherie, Kyle, Shyla and Nikolai; sisters-in-law Roma Murray and Charlotte Vincent; and by several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his wife Gail (Vincent) Arsenault; brothers Joseph, Albert and Kenny; sisters Mabel Gallant, Audrey Jordan, Theresa Hippenstall, Gladys Arsenault and Doreen Perry; and by brothers-in-law Ernest Vincent and Ervine Murray. Resting at the Moase Funeral Home, Summerside, where a private visitation and service will be held. Interment in Peoples Cemetery, Summerside. Memorial donations to Special Olympics PEI would be appreciated. 

Found:Jul ,19 2021 18:01:11

Leonard and Wendy Batten
On June 12, 2020 the passing of Wendy Batten, age 63, occurred peacefully at the Provincial Palliative Care unit, Charlottetown. Daughter of the late Don and Pauline Mitchell of Sheffield, NB. Wendy is the wife of Leonard Batten. She is survived by her daughter Leona Batten, brother Michael Mitchell, and numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her sister Sandra Ferguson.Wendy will always be remembered by her family for her big heart, smiling face and fun loving positive attitude. Her daughter is so grateful to have had such a loving mother all her life. Wendy enjoyed meeting new friends through the deaf community, painting craft projects with her husband and volunteering teaching sign language.On March 25, 2021 the passing of Leonard Donald Batten, age 65 with esophageal cancer, occurred peacefully at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown. Son of the late Arthur and Isabelle Batten of Clarkes Beach, Newfoundland. Leonard is predeceased by his wife Wendy Batten and is survived by his daughter Leona Batten, sisters Brenda Batten, Marilyn Periera, Beverly Russell, Nancy Delaney , Jocelyn Snelgrove, brothers Ivan, Herb, and Rodney Batten and nieces Amanda Batten, nephews Phillip Snelgrove, Jeremy Delaney and Matthew Batten.Growing up in Clarkes Beach Leonard enjoyed fishing, playing hockey, and jumping around on icebergs. Leonard enjoyed his time building carpentry for work and at his home, collaborating frequently with his late wife on fun outdoor projects. Leonard was a skilled dart player and curler throughout his life, recently he has thoroughly enjoyed the deaf darts tournaments. He will be greatly missed by his family and daughter who has learned many construction and building tips from him. He was a loving father who always encouraged, empowered and strengthened.A celebration of Wendy and Leonard’s life will be held at the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home Chapel on Thursday, July 29th at 3:00 p.m and will be available for viewing via live stream by clicking on the icon to the left of this obituary

Found:Jul ,19 2021 18:01:01

Doucette, Wilfred Joseph
Doucette, Wilfred Joseph July 18, 2021 The death occurred at Prince County Hospital, Summerside, on Sunday, July 18, 2021 of Wilfred Joseph Doucette of Summerside, PE and formerly of Miscouche, PE. Wilfred was born in Miscouche to his late parents Cyrus and Margret (nee Perry) Doucette. He will be missed by his children Thelma (Joan) O’Donnell, Helen (Robert) Yeo and Donnie (Kim Burke) Doucette. Remembered by his grandchildren Raymond, Christine, Robbie and Eric and his 5 great-grandchildren. Wilfred is survived by his sister Geralda (Francis) Doucette, brother- in-law David Simmonds, sisters-in-law Donna Doucette, Bertha Doucette, Shirley Doucette and Bonita Doucette, as well as many nieces, nephews and extended family. Wilfred was predeceased by his wife Josephine, son Raymond, siblings Harry (Evelyn) Doyle, Josephine Simmonds, Leona Doucette, Rita Doucette, Hector ‘Hubba’ Doucette, Gus Doucette, William Doucette, Emile Doucette, Geralda Doucette, John Doucette and Hector Doucette. Resting at the East Prince Funeral Home, 245 Pope Road, Summerside then to St. John the Baptist Cemetery, Miscouche for a graveside service, by invitation only. Online condolences can be sent to epfuneral@eastlink.ca Online Condolences Thank you for your sentiments. Condolences will be printed and given to the family. Online condolences are sent to the funeral home where they are printed and given to the family. * indicates Mandatory Field Your Name*: Condolence*:

Found:Jul ,19 2021 18:00:54

Bulger, Mark Harold
Bulger, Mark Harold July 16, 2021 The death occurred peacefully at the Prince County Hospital, Summerside, P.E.I., on Friday, July 16, 2021 of Mark Harold Bulger of Summerside, P.E.I. aged 53 years. Mark was born in Summerside to Linus and Reby (nee Kelly) Bulger. Beloved husband of Joyce Bulger (nee Waite). Remembered by his son Luke Bulger (Brittany Des Roches). Survived by his siblings, Kelly Anne (Tim) LeCoutre, Stephen (Pam) Bulger, Colleen (Keir) Dunn, Bobby (Krista) Bulger, Jason (Cindy) Bulger. Predeceased by his father, Linus Bulger. Resting at the East Prince Funeral Home, 245 Pope Road, Summerside. Funeral Service to be held at The East Prince Funeral Home Chapel, by invitation only. Arrangements entrusted to the East Prince Funeral Home, Summerside, P.E.I. Online Condolences Thank you for your sentiments. Condolences will be printed and given to the family. Online condolences are sent to the funeral home where they are printed and given to the family. * indicates Mandatory Field Your Name*: Condolence*:

Found:Jul ,18 2021 18:00:30

Corey Jackson
With broken hearts, the family announces the sudden passing of Corey Nicholas Otis Jackson age 35, occurred on Tuesday, July 13, 2021. Born in Montague, September 10, 1985, he was the son of Ronald and Star (Llewellyn) Jackson. Survived by sister, Serene Jackson (Jorge Waack); paternal grandmother, Marie Jackson; many aunts, uncles, cousins; niece Jessica Jackson; nephew Max Jackson and step daughters Karly Regular and Cassidy Lannigan. Predeceased by his loving partner Amanda Lannigan; brother Ernest Jackson; paternal grandfather Murray Jackson; maternal grandparents, Elizabeth and Preston Llewellyn. Private family graveside service to take place on Wednesday July 21, 2021 at 12:30 pm in Community Park Cemetery. Online condolences may be made through the funeral home website at www.fergusonlogan.com

Found:Jul ,17 2021 12:00:34

Carol Van Gillis
At the Kings County Memorial Hospital, with family by her side, the passing of Carol Van Gillis age 67, of Belfast, loving wife of 38 years to Blair Gillis, occurred on Thursday, July 15, 2021. Born December 20, 1953, she was the daughter of the late Benoit and Zelma (Mutch) Doiron. Survived by brother Noel (Karen) Doiron; brother-in-law Wayne (Ena) Gillis; sisters-in-law Meryl (Robert) Cummings, Janet (Barry) Gillis, Arlene (Wade) Buell; several nieces and nephews. Predeceased brother Paul Doiron.Private family graveside service to take place on Monday, July 19, 2021 at 3:00 pm in the Belfast Cemetery. Online condolences or donations to the St. John’s Presbyterian Church Fund or Kings County Memorial Hospital, may be made through the Funeral Home website at www.fergusonlogan.com

Found:Jul ,17 2021 12:00:33

Anna Josephine McIntosh
Anna Josephine McIntosh July 4, 1935 - July 8, 2021 It is with much sadness the family of Anna McIntosh (nee Praught) announce her peaceful passing which occurred suddenly at her residence on Thursday, July 8, 2021. She was aged 86 years of Souris, PE. She will be forever loved and deeply missed by her husband of 65 years Frankie and will be remembered as a loving mother to Frank (Sherry), Kathy O’Keefe (Danny Gallant), Jeannette White (Francis), Gerarda Germain (Sheldon) and son-in-law Louis Victor. Anna was a caring and special grandmother to Jillian, Brianne, Angela, Josh, Bradley, Chris, Chad, Jonathan, Scott, Chasidy, Katie, Drew, Ellie, Anya and also to her 18 great grandchildren. Also, to mourn her loss are siblings Noie Wilson, Madeline Brisson, Frances Pitts, Gertrude Black (Neil), Joe Praught (Eva), Marie Woodhouse and Bernie Praught. In addition, she is survived by the McIntosh family, Karen Praught, Joe O’Keefe, numerous nieces, nephews and her close friends. Anna will be forever remembered for her kindness, community spirit and volunteer work with the CWL, church choir, the Souris Hospital HELP office and various community organizations. She will be deeply missed by all that had the honour of calling her a friend. Predeceased by her parents Frank and Ellen Praught, parents-in-law Andrew and Cecelia McIntosh, siblings William and Kitty Praught, daughter Bernadette Victor, grandson Jordan White, brothers-in-law Bob Wilson, Guy Brisson, Warren Pitts, Ian Woodhouse and members of the McIntosh family. Resting at Dingwell Funeral Home where visiting hours will take place for immediate family and friends. A funeral mass will be celebrated in memory of Anna at the St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, Souris with interment to follow in the church cemetery. If so desired, donations can be made to the St. Mary’s Restoration Fund or the Eastern Kings Health Foundation (Souris Hospital) and are greatly appreciated by the family. To watch Anna’s funeral mass please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/AFceRW7juSI View Memorial

Found:Jul ,17 2021 12:00:31

Rita Elizabeth Dunnett
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Rita Elizabeth Dunnett on July 11, 2021, after a brief illness, with her loving soulmate of 27 years, Larry, by her side.   Born on January 25, 1956, in Blackville, NB, Rita spent most of her life in Fredericton where she worked for the Department of Supply and Services with the Province of NB for 30 + years and retired in 2010. After retirement, she and Larry spent 7 wonderful years in FL during the winters and travelled to many other destinations, always meeting new friends along the way. She will always be remembered for her beautiful smile, her love of life and her love and dedication to her family.   Rita is survived by her husband, Lawrence (Larry) Bishop, siblings Paulette (Stew) Johnson, Shirley O’Neill, Hubert (Francene) Dunnett, Frances (Pat) Haddad, Joanne (Willy) Hodgson and Yvonne Dunnett, Godson, Matthew Donovan, and many other nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents Reginald and Edna (Underhill) Dunnett, sisters Esther Dunnett and Marion Somerville and brother-in-law, John O’Neill.   There will be no service at this time. Online condolences maybe made at www.macleanfh.com

Found:Jul ,15 2021 18:01:07

Dianne Elizabeth McKenna
Dianne McKenna passed away peacefully at the Wedgewood Manor, Summerside, with her loving family by her side on Monday, July 12, 2021, at the age of 76.  Born on July 1, 1945, she was the daughter of the late Louis and Edna (Sherry) McKenna of Central Bedeque.  Dianne is survived by her siblings, Catherine (Doyle) Griffin, Bernard and Marie (McCabe), David and Pauline (Shea), John William, Marlene Sullivan (Reg Miller), and Kevin and Cathy (Young).  Predeceased by brother Gerard, sister Donna and brother--in-law Doyle Griffin.  Dianne will be lovingly remembered by all her nieces and nephews.  Dianne lived with her brother Bernard and his wife Marie for 19 years and attended Community Connections many years.  Thanks to Dr. Phalen and staff at Wedgewood Manor for all their loving care and protection.  Resting at the Lawless Funeral Home and due to Covid restrictions, funeral will be by invitation only with Funeral mass celebrated at St. Malachy\'s Church, Kinkora on Monday,  July 19th at 11 a.m.  Memorial donations may be made to the Prince County Hospital Foundation or Community Connections. Visitation for family and invited guests will be held at the Lawless Funeral Home prior to the funeral mass.

Found:Jul ,15 2021 18:01:04

Susan Marie Blaisdell
At the Kings County Memorial Hospital, with family by her side, the passing of Susan Marie Blaisdell age 48 occurred on Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Born June 19, 1973, she was the daughter of the late George and Doris (Burke) Blaisdell. Susan is survived by her siblings, Irene Blaisdell, Marie (Paul) Champagne, Barb (Boyd) MacDonald, Dean (Roberta) Lewis, George Blaisdell; very special nieces and nephews, numerous cousins and several grand nieces and grand nephews. Predeceased by sister, Darla Cooper. Susan will be forever loved by family, extended family, and friends. Susan loved children with every ounce of her being - even if they weren’t blood she considered them family, her kids. Resting at Ferguson Logan Montague Funeral Home, with private visiting on Monday, July 19, 2021. Funeral service to be held on Tuesday, July 20, 2021 in the Funeral Home Chapel at 11:00 am by invitation only. Interment to take place in the Acorn Cemetery, Dundas. Service will be live streamed for the public. Online condolences may be made through the Funeral Home website at www.fergusonlogan.com To view Service go to Susan’s obituary click on her name and there will be a gray button to click at 10:55 am

Found:Jul ,15 2021 06:00:40

Robert Shelton Yeo
Yeo – The death occurred at the Prince County Hospital, Summerside, on Sunday, July 11, 2021, of Robert Shelton  Yeo, of Summerside, aged 63 years. Born in Summerside, he was the son of Jean Yeo and the late Lorne Yeo. Survived by his wife Claudette; son Trevor (Pauline); grandchildren Zackery, Logan, Joshua, Brae-Lynn, Cassidy and Kryssa-Lee; brothers David (June), Wendell and Nevin (Shelly Morrell); and by sisters Terri (Peter) MacDonald, Shirlene Gallant and Shelley (Trent) Parsons. Predeceased by his uncle Shelton Yeo. Resting at Moase Funeral Home, Summerside, where a private family visiting hours and funeral service will be held.  Interment in the Victoria West Peoples Cemetery. Memorial donations to the Victoria West Peoples Cemetery would be appreciated. 

Found:Jul ,13 2021 18:01:20

Gregory Donald Leard
Leard – The death occurred at the Wedgewood Manor, Summerside, on Monday, July 12, 2021, of Gregory Leard, of Summerside, aged 66 years. Born in Summerside, he was the son of the late Sheldon Leard and Mary (Martin) Leard-Willard. Survived by his sister Sandra (the late Wendell) Ellis; and by brothers Wayne, Alan (Sheila), Stephen (Roxanne) and Randall (Glenda). Greg was an avid hockey fan and loved western movies. Over the years he made many friends who are going to miss him. He was our brother and we loved him. May he rest in peace. Resting at Moase Funeral Home, Summerside. A private family Graveside Service will be held in Peoples Cemetery, Summerside. Memorial donations to the Wedgewood Manor Memorial Trust Fund would be appreciated.   

Found:Jul ,13 2021 18:01:19

Donald James "Donnie" Doucette
1936 - 2021It is with heavy hearts the family of Donnie Doucette regretfully announce his peaceful passing at the Prince Edward Home on Monday, July 12, 2021 at the age of 85. He was from Charlottetown and formerly from North Rustico, PEI. He was predeceased by his wife Catherine (Kay) MacDonald in 2010. Besides his Parents Andrew (Bobby) Edward and Louise (Peters). He was predeceased by his 5 brothers ; Reggie, Vernon, Bennett, Lloyd and Billy. He is the last surviving member of his family.He leaves to mourn and will be sadly missed by his two sons; Ricky (Anne), Wayne (Melissa) and his daughter Shanna. He will be especially missed by his grandchildren; Devin, Derrick, Brandon, Matthew and Katherine. He will also be sadly missed by his special sister-in-law, Sheila Guay and special cousin and friend, Joyce Chabot. Also all his nieces and nephews; especially Gary, Louise,Doug & David; Kim & Karen & Yvonne.Donnie served in Royal Canadian Navy for 25 years. He was a veteran of the Korean War aboard HCMS Magnificent (aircraft carrier "Maggie"). He was commissionaire at the Hillsborough Hospital for a number of years and then He became the head of the Commissionaires on PEI until he retired.Ricky, Wayne and Shanna would like to personally thank the staff on Red Oaks Unit at the Prince Edward Home who gave Dad such wonderful care.Resting at the Hennessy Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home. Due to current restrictions a funeral service will be by invitation only. It will be available online for viewing via live streaming on Friday, July 16th at 2 p.m. by going to www.islandowned.ca and clicking on the link provided.If so desired, a donation to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or charity of your choice in Don’s memory would be appreciated. Online condolences can be made at www.islandowned.ca

Found:Jul ,13 2021 18:01:11

David Beaty Hunter
With great sadness, the passing of David Beaty Hunter age 69, of Vernon Bridge, loving husband of 41 years to Linda (McKearney) Hunter, occurred on Tuesday, July 13, 2021.  Born April 16, 1952, he was the son of the late William and Marjorie (Beaty) Hunter. David is survived by a son Jeffery (Kate), siblings, Joan Clow, Stephen (Cat); cousins, nieces, nephews and close family friend, Crystal Callaghan. Predeceased by  brother Alan.David worked with Canada Post for over twenty years, before retirement. David will be greatly missed by his wife, family, many extended family and friends.   No visiting by request. Private family burial to take place at a later date. Online condolences and donations to the Kings County Memorial Hospital may be made through the Funeral Home website at www.fergusonlogan.com

Found:Jul ,13 2021 18:00:51

Ruth Elizabeth Waite
Waite - Ruth was born in Hebron, PEI daughter to Webster Mugridge and Loretta (nee MacLean) (Mugridge) Molyneaux. Left to mourn are son Roger Waite (Mary Anne) Bedford NS, daughter Shelley Prendergast (John) Fredericton NB, sisters Donna Morrisey (Tony) and Charmaine Turner (Brian) of Belmont, NS, sisters in law Agnes Mugridge, Betty Lyle and Evelyn Waite of Summerside. Grandchildren Kyle Bernard (Sheila), Bryeanne Steele (Scott), Andrew Waite (Amber), Katie Waite, Duncan Prendergast and Shea Prendergast, great grandchildren Colton, Wyatt and Koryn Steele and Ronson Waite. As the last remaining member of her immediate family Ruth was predeceased by Erskine Waite (former husband and father of her children), daughter Barb Waite McKinnon, sisters Mary and Debbie, brothers Vance and Les, infant granddaughters Megan and Genaya and numerous nieces, nephews and in laws. Ruth loved PEI and Anne Shirley couldn’t hold a candle to Mom in that regard. Moving away from the Island was an option mom would never entertain. Ruth was a member of Trinity United Church in Summerside for most of her adult life. She had several roles there over the years as a Sunday School Teacher, Church Elder and UCW Life Member. She was also involved in the band parent support group for the Summerside Legion Band. Ruth, besides raising her three children extremely well, worked her adult life in many other capacities. Victory Cleaners, Holman’sDepartment Store, Esso Oil plant office manager through several agents, manager Blue Spruce Cottages in Victoria, cleaning houses as the final job she eventually retired from to name several. Not everyone comes armed with a toothbrush and paring knife in their cleaning tool box but mom sure did! Mom was a force of nature and we used to tell her doctor of the day Dr. Moyse that trying to get her to do something she didn’t want to do was like trying to hold back the tide! She was fiercely independent and always worked as hard as a pack horse with any job she took on! If she went to bed at 2 am for some reason she was still up by 6 am and working no matter what! She obtained her GED on own in her 70s just because she wanted it as schooling in her childhood only went to grade 10! She helped shingle more than one roof in her day, loved camping, usually had laundry on the line by sunrise, loved flowers as some may remember at \"her little house on Harvard St\", always did maintenance on her own home including taking an electrical course in the late 70s at night school and installing her own light switches. She was certainly an amazing female role model! Above all else Ruth LOVED her family! She always had picnics or barbecues organized when children or grandchildren visited. Her potato salad, beef stew, cranberry Xmas pudding and gravy were some of her most loved signature dishes with the family! She LOVED having her kids and grandkids visit but also took many bus trips over the years to visit them as well! Mom lived independently until she was 92, not that she should have been alone that long but that was the \"holding back the tide\" thing again! She moved to Andrew’s Lodge in December 2018 to their assisted living area. Her early days there were happy and she loved socializing with staff and residents. Over the next two years her health and mobility started to decline. Like so many people the world over, cursed Covid and its restrictions certainly took a huge toll on her health and wellbeing. Mom was very well cared for by Andrew’s Lodge staff and we cannot thank them and Dr. John Morash enough for their kind, professional and exemplary care of Mom during her time there! Dr Morash was outstanding in his care and thoughtful attention to mom which brought great comfort to us, her children who lived off Island. Having been able to visit her more and see her for ourselves would have been so much better and comforting and we will forever feel robbed by Covid for having had to miss so many days with her. To that end a very special thank you needs to go out to her grandson Kyle Bernard and his wife Sheila and to Evelyn Waite her sister in law for their many, many visits to Mom as her partners in care. Their many kindnesses to her and updates to family after their visits was much appreciated. In addition many thanks must also be given to her granddaughter Brye Steele for her many designated guest visits and to those who made regular phone calls to her over the years. Roger and Shelley each last saw mom in November 2020 just prior to our Atlantic bubble bursting. Having that time apart was difficult and the last several weeks of her life as her decline spiralled, having been able to see her for ourselves would have certainly been preferable. We were very lucky to have had the opportunity we did in Mom’s last couple of days to have been able to be there with her, though still with Covid restrictions in place. Dr. Morash and the nursing and support staff at Andrew’s Lodge could not have been kinder, more efficient or more caring in the comfort care provided to Mom in her last days on earth. Mom leaves behind an un-fillable void in all our lives but as her last days were full of pain none of us could wish her back to that. It is to be hoped her notoriety as \"the Cake Lady\" for the Summerside Police Department (who she admired and respected so much) for all those Xmas cakes that started in 1984 continues for a few years to come! Resting at Moase Funeral Home, Summerside.  A private family funeral to be held at Trinity United Church by invitation only due to Covid restrictions. Cremation has already been completed and internment will follow at Floral Hills Memorial Gardens. Forever loved and missed. Memorial donations to the Trinity United Church Choir or the Prince County Hospital Foundation would be appreciated.

Found:Jul ,12 2021 18:00:40

Douglas Michael MacDougall
MacDougall – Peacefully surrounded by his loving family, at the Prince County Hospital, Summerside, on Friday, July 9, 2021, of Douglas Michael MacDougall, of MacDougall’s Corner, Grand River, aged 68 years. Born in Summerside, he was the son of the late Walter and Faustina (Curley) MacDougall. Beloved husband of 38 years to Francie (Dunn) MacDougall. Dear father of Cory, Ashley (Mitch) and Matthew (Brittany). Proud grandfather of Liam O’Halloran. Doug is survived by his brothers Donnie, Kevin (Cathy), Billy (Michele), Jimmy (Sharon) and Kenny (Betty); brother-in-law Cletus (Linda) Dunn; sisters-in-law Sr. Gemma Dunn, Colette (Paul deceased) Hatton, Andrea (Gerald) McCarthy, Patrice (Donald) MacDonald and Helene (Kerry) Moore; fondly remembered by many nieces, nephews and godchildren. Predeceased by his father and mother-in-law Frank and Eileen Dunn; and by a brother-in-law Ken (Sharon) Dunn. Doug was a teacher, a principal in Ellerslie and Miscouche schools, an education consultant with the Western School Board, the Department of Education and with the Lennox Island Band Council. Doug has always been actively involved in his home parish of St. Patrick’s Church, Allied Youth and with many community organizations. Resting at Moase Funeral Home, Summerside, where private family visiting hours will be held by invitation only. A private Funeral Mass will be held at St. Patrick’s Church, Grand River. Interment in the St. Patrick’s Parish Cemetery, Grand River. Memorial donations to the St. Patrick’s Cemetery Fund, the John J. Sark Memorial School Library or the Public Schools Branch Educational Assistance for Students would be appreciated. 

Found:Jul ,12 2021 18:00:39

Bruce L. MacLean
Bruce L. MacLean of Charlottetown, formally Woodlawn Drive, aged 80 years, was born in Cherry Hill, PEI on March 26, 1941, son of the late Fulton and Bertha (Coffin) MacLean.  He built a home in Sherwood to raise his loving family, where he resided most of his adult life. Recently, he moved to the Atlantic Baptist Home, where he passed away peacefully, surrounded by loved ones, on July 10th of 2021. Husband of Leta (Moase) MacLean. Father of Darlene (MacLean) Butler and Cheryl MacLean. Father-in-law of Jason Butler.Retiree of the Department of Transportation and Public Works, working 32 years in the Materials Lab from 1963-1995. Member of Park Royal United Church. He often enjoyed bird watching, exploring nature, walking and bicycling across the island, gardening, astronomy, and was handy in home and car repair.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington.  Due to Covid-19 restrictions a private wake and funeral service will be held. The funeral service will be available to view online after 4:00 p.m (Monday). We do not expect to exceed Covid-19 attendance limitations, so we invite you to attend. Please contact Davison Funeral Home to RSVP if you wish to attend.  Interment in People’s Cemetery Kensington. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to People’s Cemetery Kensington. www.davisonfh.com

Found:Jul ,11 2021 18:00:26

Angela Mae "Angie" Mullins
Passed away suddenly on Friday, July 9, 2021 at the age of 36 years.Born in Charlottetown she is the daughter of Robert Mullins and the late Donna Mae Meney. Loving partner of Michael MacDougall. Proud and loving Mom of Kelsey and Trayce. Also lovingly remembered by her sister Stacey (Joey Kennific) , brother Joey Mullins (Jennifer Kelly) and aunts and uncles, nieces and nephews.Resting at the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home. Due to current restrictions a private visitation and funeral service will be held.On-line condolences may be made at www.islandowned.ca.

Found:Jul ,10 2021 12:00:42

Paul Weeks
The death occurred at his late residence on Friday, July 9 of Paul Arthur Weeks of Charlottetown, age 69 years. Loving husband of Marlene (Mitchell) and father of Tanya (Scott) Garnhum and Paula (Kent) Pollard. Grampy Paul to Harrison, Lilla, Pearce, Cheyenne, Camden, and Peyton. Survived by brother David Weeks (Maurice Gallant), brothers-in-law Roger (Jean), George, Allison (Valerie), Leslie (Karen), Dougie (Bonnie), and sister-in-law Beverley (Joey) Campbell. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents John and Bernice (MacArthur) Weeks, sisters-in-law Gloria (Bruce) Jay, Valerie (Omer) Harvie, and brother-in-law Richard.   Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel. Funeral Monday at 2:00 p.m. from St. John’s United Church, Mount Stewart (by invitation only). A recording of the service will be made available for viewing Monday evening. Interment in Mount Stewart Peoples Cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined, however if so desired, memorial donations to Highfield Cemetery or St. John’s United Church. Online condolences may be made at www.macleanfh.com

Found:Jul ,09 2021 18:00:32

Moore, Doris Avis
Moore, Doris Avis July 7, 2021 Doris Avis Moore passed away peacefully at the South Shore Villa in Crapaud on Wednesday July 7th, 2021 in her 88th year. Doris Moore (nee Inman) of Augustine Cove, PEI. Doris was born in Summerside, PEI to the late Lloyd and Lillian (nee MacLeod) Inman. Beloved wife of her first husband the late Ellsworth Newsome and her second husband the late Ernest Moore. Loving mother of Gary Newsome (Jeanne Arsenault), New Annan, Blair Newsome (Sue Bell), Summerside, Audrey Newsome (Robert Norlack), Red Deer, Alberta, Valerie Moore (Aaron), Petawawa, Ontario, Lori Large (Jeff), Sarnia, Ontario, stepdaughter Arlene Perry, Augustine Cove and her special friend John Dalton. Also lovingly remembered by her 10 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. Survived by her sisters-in-law Marjorie Inman and Doris Peters and several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her brother Gordon Inman. Resting at the East Prince Funeral Home, 245 Pope Rd., Summerside. Due to Covid 19 restrictions a private funeral service will be held. Interment to take place in the South Shore United Cemetery. As an expression of sympathy, memorial donations can be made directly to Canadian Diabetes Association or Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada. If you would like to send a condolence to her family, please click Online Condolence below or send an email directly to epfuneral@eastlink.ca Online Condolences Thank you for your sentiments. Condolences will be printed and given to the family. Online condolences are sent to the funeral home where they are printed and given to the family. * indicates Mandatory Field Your Name*: Condolence*:

Found:Jul ,09 2021 18:00:21

Margaret Susan Whiteside
The death occurred peacefully at the Provincial Palliative Care Centre on July 8, 2021 of Margaret Susan Whiteside of Charlottetown, age 81.   She was the younger daughter of George B. Whiteside and Margaret I. Litster Whiteside. She is survived by her sister Mary E. Whiteside Ranby (Berkeley), Chester, England, niece Catherine Darwent (Pete) of Cheshire, England, nephew David Ranby (Rachel) of Boston Spa, Yorkshire, England and Elizabeth Bergstrand (Colin) of Ashton-Hayes, Cheshire, England. Also survived by grand nieces and nephews Matthew and Rachel Darwent, Verity Ranby and David and Hannah Bergstrand.   Born in Truro, NS, Susan’s family moved to Charlottetown in 1943, where her father worked for the Federal Department of Agriculture. Educated at Prince Street School and Prince of Wales College, Susan went on to acquire a BA from Dalhousie University, an MA (History) from the University of British Columbia, and a degree in Library Science from the University of Toronto.   After thirty years working as a librarian at Dalhousie and the Nova Scotia Museum, Susan returned to Charlottetown in 1997. She enjoyed making many new contacts and having community involvement in such organizations as the Charlottetown branch of the Canadian Federation of University Women. She learned valuable lessons during a two-part journey through cancer and above all rejoiced in friendships, new and life-long.   Susan was an avid gardener and reader. She loved to travel around the Island visiting craft shops and discovering new places to eat.   She gives thanks to her family and all who helped her along her journey.   Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel. Funeral Monday at 10:00 a.m. from St. Paul’s Anglican Church. Interment in Sherwood Cemetery. If so desired, donations may be made to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation, the Canadian Cancer Society, the Anglican Church’s Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund or to a library or literacy program of your choice. Online condolences may be made at www.macleanfh.com

Found:Jul ,09 2021 12:01:15

Richard Harold Campbell
Richard Harold Campbell of Charlottetown passed away peacefully at the Queen Elizabeth hospital on July 6,2021, age 66 years. Richard will be sadly missed and forever loved by his wife Jacinta (MacDonald)Campbell, son and best friend Brent and daughter-in-law Ambyr (MacPhee) Campbell, precious twin granddaughters Brielle and Mylah Campbell. Dear brother to Scott and his wife Beverly Campbell and brother-in-law to Ken Kerr, Reg and Liz Mac Donald and Donald and Patrice MacDonald. Much loved uncle of Craig and Jenny Campbell and the MacDonald / Kerr nieces, nephews and grandnieces and nephews; cousin of Eric and Janice Campbell and Carol and Dene Williamson. Richard was the beloved son of the late Laurence (2019) and Millicent (2010) Campbell, son-in-law of the late John D and Marie Mac Donald and brother-in-law of the late Joan (MacDonald)Kerr. Also left to mourn his passing are his hunting and fishing buddies in PEI and the Miramichi, as well as the harness racing community. Richard was born in Woodstock, NB and moved to PEI at the age of three. He was a graduate of UPEI and UNB and practiced law in the family business Campbell, Stewart. We would like to thank our extended family, many friends and colleagues for your support and devotion to Richard and the family this past two months. A special thanks to all the health care workers and physicians, including Dr Mitchell Stewart, Dr Phil Champion, Dr Erin Mc Carville and friend Dr Chris Lantz who went above and beyond to provide excellence in health care and who made such difficult times a little easier through your kindness and compassion. Resting at the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home. Due to current restrictions a funeral service (by invitation only) will be held and will be available for viewing via live stream on Monday, July 12th at 1:00 p.m. AST (live stream will begin at 12:45 pm) by visiting Richard\'s obituary at www.islandowned.ca and clicking on the link provided.Interment to follow at St Andrew’s cemetery, Mount Stewart Family flowers only. As an expression of sympathy and so infants may benefit, donations may be made to the Neonatal Unit at the Queen Elizabeth hospital at qehfoundation.pe.ca or (902) 894-2425 On line condolences may be made at www.islandowned.ca.  

Found:Jul ,09 2021 12:01:10

Anna Josephine McIntosh
Anna Josephine McIntosh 1935-2021 It is with much sadness the family of Anna McIntosh (nee Praught) announce her peaceful passing which occurred suddenly at her residence on Thursday, July 8, 2021. She was aged 86 years of Souris, PE. She will be forever loved and deeply missed by her husband of 65 years Frankie and will be remembered as a loving mother to Frank (Sherry), Kathy O’Keefe (Danny Gallant), Jeannette White (Francis), Gerarda Germain (Sheldon) and son-in-law Louis Victor. Anna was a caring and special grandmother to Jillian, Brianne, Angela, Josh, Bradley, Chris, Chad, Jonathan, Scott, Chasidy, Katie, Drew, Ellie, Anya and also to her 18 great grandchildren. Also, to mourn her loss are siblings Noie Wilson, Madeline Brisson, Frances Pitts, Gertrude Black (Neil), Joe Praught (Eva), Marie Woodhouse and Bernie Praught. In addition, she is survived by the McIntosh family, Karen Praught, Joe O’Keefe, numerous nieces, nephews and her close friends. Anna will be forever remembered for her kindness, community spirit and volunteer work with the CWL, church choir, the Souris Hospital HELP office and various community organizations. She will be deeply missed by all that had the honour of calling her a friend. Predeceased by her parents Frank and Ellen Praught, parents-in-law Andrew and Cecelia McIntosh, siblings William and Kitty Praught, daughter Bernadette Victor, grandson Jordan White, brothers-in-law Bob Wilson, Guy Brisson, Warren Pitts, Ian Woodhouse and members of the McIntosh family. Resting at Dingwell Funeral Home where visiting hours will take place for immediate family and friends. A funeral mass will be celebrated in memory of Anna at the St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, Souris with interment to follow in the church cemetery. If so desired, donations can be made to the St. Mary’s Restoration Fund or the Eastern Kings Health Foundation (Souris Hospital) and are greatly appreciated by the family. View Memorial

Found:Jul ,09 2021 12:00:58

Amy Nicole Watts Coady
It is with great sadness, I announce the death of my beautiful daughter, Amy Nicole Watts Coady, at the young age of 27. Amy was born May 25, 1994, at the QEH, located in Charlottetown, PEI. Amy is predeceased by her loving grandparents, Clarence and Cecilia Coady; Grandmother, Anne Watts. Beautiful daughter of Janice Coady (John Hvidberg); stepbrother, Marcus Hvidberg; Loving niece to Jerry  (Aletha); Anne (Scott Currie); Karen (Mike Gaudet); Ian (Ann); Lowell (Nancy, Godparents); Al (Katherine). Remembered with love by her cousins; Taylor, Keira and Niko Coady; Brooke, Colby and Conor Currie; Cody and Rory Gaudet; and Liam and Dylan Coady; Father: Chris Watts; Brother: Jeffrey Watts.Amy had a zest for life; she was a fun-loving, caring and compassionate soul. Always outgoing, Amy loved spending time with family and having her friends close, there were many sleepover nights over the years. She was an avid reader and writer, who journalled daily and loved to write poems. Amy was very artistic and loved to draw and was a beautiful singer, loving all genres of music. She grew up in Riverdale, PEI, next door to her grandparents, where she cherished her moments with Granny and Grampy. Amy’s passion in life was to help others and provide support where needed, she was a Dean’s list graduate of the Mental Health Worker Program from Vancouver Island University. Upon graduation, Amy worked with Nanaimo Youth Services and Good Samaritan House where she provided outreach support to individuals living with mental health, addictions and homelessness. In her young age, Amy was still able to reach and help so many people. I want to thank all of you for sharing your beautiful stories and memories of Amy with me. I know she is watching over us all with love and her beautiful smile, wanting us to all know, she’s with us. Amy’s friendship, cherished by many, will be missed but never forgotten.I say good bye to you, my dearest Amy, you were everything to me and I will miss you every day.  You were the sun shine in my day, the light in my eye and the love of my life!  You are now resting in peace in the arms of your Grampy and Granny, holding you tight and keeping you safe. Until we meet again, My Beautiful Girl, Always and Forever, Love Mom.A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, August 7, to honour my Dear Sweet Amy. It will be for Amy’s family and close friends and to be held between 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm at 313 Buell Road, Mermaid, PEI. Please RSVP to Janice Coady at [email protected] , so we have approximate numbers due to Covid 19.  Due to current Covid 19 restrictions, please ensure, everyone is wearing a mask and practicing safe distancing measures. If so desired, memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Mental Health Association.   

Found:Jul ,08 2021 18:00:50

Richard, Arsène
Richard, Arsène June 9, 2021 Moncton, NB ~ Arsène Richard, 91, passed away peacefully at the Faubourg Du Mascaret in Moncton, on Wednesday, June 9th, 2021. Born in Mount Carmel, PEI, he was the son of the late Glorice Richard and the late Marie-Anne Richard born Aucoin. Arsène was a highly cultivated man, he studied in colleges and in universities, at the \"Collège Saint-Joseph\" of Memramcook, the \"Université de Louvain\" in Belgique and at the \"Institut Catholique de Paris\" in Paris. Arsène was extremely proud of his career at the \"Université de Moncton\" where he taught Philosophy for 34 years. Arsène was also a Priest within the Congregation of Holy Cross. Arsène will be dearly missed by his brother, Adolphe Richard (Léona) of Wellington, PEI; two sisters, Mélina Richard of Moncton, and Bertha Richard (Gordon Perry) of Summerside, PEI; three sisters-in-law, Rosella (late Cyril) of Mount Carmel, PEI, Angèle (late Martin) of Summerside, PEI and Maria (late Robert) of Summerside, PEI; also by several cousins, nieces and nephews. Visitations will be held at Passage Funeral Chapel in Moncton (625, Mountain Road), on Wednesday, June 16th, 2021, from 7pm until 9pm. A Funeral Service will be held at Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel Catholic Parish Church, Mont Carmel, PEI on Friday, July 9th followed by enterment in the Parish cemetery. Besides his parents, Arsène was predeceased by four brothers, Cyril, Martin, Éric (late Doria) and Robert; two sisters, Sr Marguerite Richard CND and Hélène Richard Dérasp (late Joseph); also by his earlier life partner, Laurielle Arsenault. Donations can be made to the Alzheimer Society of Canada. 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 Online Condolences Thank you for your sentiments. Condolences will be printed and given to the family. Online condolences are sent to the funeral home where they are printed and given to the family. * indicates Mandatory Field Your Name*: Condolence*:

Found:Jul ,08 2021 18:00:41

Catherine J. MacKinnon
Catherine J. MacKinnon 1943-2021 Peacefully at the Souris Hospital on Wednesday, July 7, 2021, Catherine J. MacKinnon passed away surrounded by her loving family. She was aged 77 years of St. Peters Bay, PE. She will be forever remembered as a caring and dear mother to Jennifer MacCormac (Russell Metcalf), Yvonne McLauchlan (Jim), Donelda MacDonald (Wesley), Johnny Burke (Kim) and daughter-in-law Jeannie Burke. Catherine was a cherished grammie to Gary, Ernest, Crystal, Kyle, Glenn, Nicole, Tiffany, Kelsey, Rachel, Lance, Brodie and also her great-grandchildren. Also, to mourn her loss are siblings Pat LeClair, Mary MacKinnon, Gail MacDonald, Shirley MacDonald, Frances Milligan (Philip), Gerry MacKinnon (Joanne), Claudette Anderson and Karen MacCormack along with her special aunt Pauline O’Hanley, in-laws Dolly McInnis (Billy), Eydie Gallant (Romeo), Margie Cheverie (Joe), Inez Gemmell (Jim) and numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her parents John and Euphemia (Fiddy) MacKinnon, her beloved husbands Donald Burke, Ernest MacKinnon and her companion Eugene Russell. Also her dear son Melvin Burke, siblings Ralph and Wayne MacKinnon and in-laws Velma McCormack, Helen MacDonald and Nora Sheehan. Resting at Dingwell Funeral Home where visiting hours will take place for immediate family and close friends. A funeral mass will be held at the St. Peters Bay Roman Catholic Church with interment to follow in the church cemetery. Due to public health restrictions, all services are by invitation only. If so desired, donations in memory of Catherine can be made to the Eastern Kings Health Foundation (Souris Hospital). View Memorial

Found:Jul ,08 2021 18:00:40

Donald Arthur MacGregor
Donald Arthur MacGregor 1949-2021 It is with much sadness the family of Donald Arthur MacGregor announce his peacefully passing which occurred with his loving children by his side at the Souris Hospital on Wednesday, July 7, 2021. He was aged 72 years of Souris, PE. Donald is predeceased by his beloved wife Elaine (nee Miller) and will always be remembered as a loving and devoted father to Lisa Fay (Kevin), Brad (Megan) and Jason (Christian). He will be forever loved by his grandchildren Tyra, Jack, Kate, Luke and Logan. Survived by his special friend and companion Margaret Jarvis and dear siblings Edie Huestis (Stavert), Donna Campbell, Brenda MacGregor, Bob (Margaret), Janie MacDonald (Blair) and sisters-in-law Marion and Debhora MacGregor. Predeceased by his parents Harold and Amanda (nee Hayden) MacGregor, brothers Richard and Aubrey, sisters Bonnie and Margaret MacGregor and Gaylene Dixon (Bernie), brother-in-law Barry Campbell. A visitation will take place at Dingwell Funeral Home for immediate family only. A celebration of life will be held at the Kingsboro Baptist Church with interment to follow in the Kingsboro Cemetery and later in the St. Columba Church Cemetery. If so desired, donations made to the Kingsboro Cemetery Fund, or the St. Columba Cemetery Fund would be appreciated by the family. View Memorial

Found:Jul ,08 2021 18:00:40

Velma "Grace" Razavet
Razavet – The death occurred peacefully, with her daughter by her side, at the Prince County Hospital, Summerside, on Tuesday, July 6, 2021, of Grace Razavet, of Summerside, aged 84 years. Born in St. Eleanors, she was the daughter of the late John and Ada (Winchester) Thomas. Survived by her daughter Heather Thibideau; grandchildren Monica Peters, Jennifer Peters and Travis Thibideau; great-grandchildren Kelsey Arsenault and Landon Byrne; great-great-grandson Jaxen Johnson; sister Myrtle MacLean; and by sister-in-law Ann Thomas. Predeceased by her husband James Razavet; brothers  Elvin (Jean),Claude , Gerald \"Joe\" and John Jr. (Joanne) Thomas; sister Debra Thomas; and by a brother-in-law Vincent MacLean. Resting at the Moase Funeral Home, Summerside, where private family funeral service will be held. Interment in Peoples Cemetery, Summerside. Memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Prince County Hospital Foundation would be appreciated. 

Found:Jul ,07 2021 18:00:30

Kathleen Agnes MacDonald
The death occurred peacefully surrounded by family at the Atlantic Baptist Home on Tuesday July 6th, 2021 of Mrs. Kathleen MacDonald (nee Walsh) of Charlottetown and formerly of Blooming Point age 84 years. Beloved wife of the late Lorne MacDonald. Born in St. Ann’s, daughter of the late Louis and Catherine Walsh (Murphy). Dear sister of Marjorie Crawford (late Alfred), Emeric (Pauline), of Charlottetown, Marion Myers (Gordon), of St. Mary’s, Leo (Betty) of St. Ann’s, Earl (Gloria) of North Rustico, Rose Hennessey (Andy) of Charlottetown. Predeceased by brothers Vernon and wife Mary, Stephen and wife Shirley, and sister, Bernadette and Ralph McQuaid. Dear sister-in-law of Roderick (late June) MacDonald, and Sister Joan MacDonald C.S.M. of Charlottetown and Terence McKenna (late Margaret) of 48 Road. Predeceased by sister-in-law, Mary McBride, brother-in-law, John MacDonald and parents-in-law Roderick Leonard and Mary (nee MacDougall) MacDonald. Dear aunt of numerous nieces and nephews who spent many cherished memories with her at their cottage in Blooming Point. She temporarily entered the Sisters of St. Martha only to return home to teach before she accepted work as a Library technician for the provincial government. She married her soul mate Lorne on June 11, 1982 and so cherished every moment spent with him. After he passed away she devoted much of her time to family. She was very spiritual spending lots of time praying for many family and friends and we know she will continue to pray and watch over us until we meet again. Resting at the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home 33-35 Longworth Ave. Due to COVID restrictions private visitation and funeral service will be by invitation only. Online condolences may be made to: www.islandowned.ca. If you wish to honor Kathleen’s memory with a donation you may contribute to The Mount Foundation c/o St. Martha’s Sisters. A very special thank you to Dr. Lecours, Dr. Chris Lantz, and the wonderful amazing staff of the Atlantic Baptist Home.

Found:Jul ,07 2021 18:00:21

John Philip -Bud- Gallie
The death occurred peacefully at Beach Grove Home on Tuesday, July 6, 2021 of John Philip “Bud” Gallie of Charlottetown, age 87 years. Cherished life partner of Faye Martin.   Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel. A memorial service will be held at a later date, with interment to follow in Valleyfield Cemetery. Online condolences may be made at www.macleanfh.com

Found:Jul ,06 2021 18:01:08

M. Evelyn Bell
At the Prince County Hospital Summerside, on Monday, July 5, 2021 of Evelyn Bell of Kensington and formerly of Long River aged 95 years.  Born in Margate, March 10, 1926 daughter of the late Roy and Maude (Bryanton) Tuplin. Wife of the late William (Bill) J. Bell of Long River.  Mother of  Gloria Mitchell and Sharon (Armel) Taylor.  Loving grandmother of 9 grandchildren.  Predeceased by her son-in-law Ronald Mitchell and brother Elwood Tuplin. Interment has taken place in Geddie Memorial Cemetery, Spring Brook.  If so desired contributions may be made to the PEI Humane Society.  Arrangements entrusted to the Davison Funeral Home Kensington.  www.davisonfh.com  

Found:Jul ,06 2021 18:00:46

Mary Bennett
Mary Bennett of Charlottetown and formerly of Gander, Newfoundland, passed suddenly but peacefully after a long vibrant life with her family by her side at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Wednesday, June 30, 2021 in her 91st year.Loving Mother of Cathy Mitchinson (Frank), Terri Cheverie (Wayne), Michael Bennett (Tressie), Patrick Bennett (Chantal), Colleen Skinner (David) and Noel Bennett (Colleen). Loving and proud \"Nanny Bennett\" of 10 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren.Resting at the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home. A private funeral service will be held in the Funeral Home Chapel with interment to follow in the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Charlottetown.

Found:Jul ,05 2021 18:00:31

Cleve Rix
The death of Charles CLEVE RIX occurred peacefully, surrounded by his family at home in Kensington on Saturday, July 3, 2021, aged 72 years. Born on October 29, 1948 in O’Leary, son of the late Alvin and Myrtle (MacNeill) Rix.Loving father to Kimberly (Frank) Aridano, Crestwood KY, Jason, Red Deer, and Michael (Nicole), Toronto.Beloved grandfather to Seth, Caleb, Joshua, and Kaiden.Cleve is also survived by his wife, Beverley Semple, Kensington; Brother Ralph (Sandi), Edson, AB.Cleve was predeceased by his parents, Alvin (1998), Myrtle (2016), sister Janice (1999), brother Alan (2014), and wife Noella (2008).Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington. Due to Covid 19 restrictions no visitation or public funeral service will be held.  A Grave-side service and celebration of life to follow on a date to be determined.  If so desired contributions may be made to the Prince County Hospital Foundation or the Lions Foundation of Canada would be appreciated. www.davisonfh.com

Found:Jul ,05 2021 18:00:22

Kathleen McElroy
Kathleen was a dear friend to many.  Loved deeply, her laugh and smile could brighten the darkest room. She passed into the arms of Jesus on June 29, 2021 with loved ones by her side.Kathleen will be missed by many but especially by her beloved friend of over 40 years, Judith Jones. Her brothers, Fred (Darlene), Stewart (Norah) and Gord (Phil) all have special memories of their sister which they will hold onto.  Her nieces Melissa (Daniel) and Amy (Adam) have many special memories of their trips to the big city and trips to the quiet island. Kathleen’s great nieces Paige and Quinn will always remember finding beach glass and doing special crafts.  Her great nephews Stewart and Liam are carrying on Kathleen’s great love of music.  Maeve, her newest great niece enjoyed hearing songs sang to her as a 2-week-old baby.Kathleen was born and raised in Midland, Ontario.  She graduated from Ontario Bible College with a Bachelor of Religious Education, assisted the pastor at Knox Presbyterian Church in Midland for 2 years and spent 2 years in Haiti as a missionary. She returned to Toronto and worked at T.V. Guide, French edition for a number of years. She obtained her master’s degree from OISE as she undertook what she really loved – working with children. She started children on their life journey at many childcare centers in Toronto eventually rising to the head of the day care center at Sunnybrook Hospital. Children made Kathleen so happy.  She really did see the best in every child she was in touch with.  Kathleen had the pleasure of teaching at the post-secondary level.  It brought her great joy to be able to teach future childcare workers.  Kathleen and Judith were able to retire to their home in PEI 13 years ago.  They quickly became islanders, accepted, loved, and welcomed by all.Their church family at Kensington Presbyterian made a special place for them.  They enjoyed worship and Torrey’s insightful messages.  North Tryon Presbyterian Church was also their church family for many years and Kathleen was able to touch the lives of many with her piano skills and her Sunday school knowledge.  These church families meant a tremendous amount to her.Although Kathleen will be missed here on earth, we heard her say many of times, she knew where she was going and was comforted by her deep faith in God.Ocean breeze, Lobster, sunsets, Mabel’s fish cakes, card making, singing, piano, words with friends, reading, children, fellowship with others were just a few of Kathleen’s favorite things.Thanks to all that knew our friend, sister, and aunt, and touched her life in a special way.  May you always remember Kathleen with a smile on your face and that feeling of a hug from her.Resting at the Davison funeral Home Kensington. The family is having a small burial ceremony on July 28 .  Please contact the funeral home (davison.f.h@pei.aibn.com) if you would like to attend.  In lieu of flowers please make a donation to your charity of choice or CNIB as this organization helped Judith and Kathleen over the past number of years.

Found:Jul ,05 2021 18:00:22

Foster, George Roy
Foster, George Roy July 3, 2021 We wished for a baby, but God gave us an angel. George Roy Foster passed away at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown, on Saturday, July 3, 2021. He was the beloved newborn son of Nathan Foster and Debbie Smith, of Hunter River. George is also survived by his grandparents, Margaret and Gordon Smith, Jean Foster and Herb Foster; great-grandmother, Mary Smith; aunts and uncles, Douglas (Courtney), Vanessa (Ben) and Cindy; as well as numerous other relatives. Please feel free to talk to us about George, who we wish to remember as the child we love, not a secret to be kept silent. We know our hearts will take time to heal, and we appreciate your care and support in our grief. Resting at Central Queen’s Funeral Home, New Glasgow. A private graveside service will be held in Central Queen’s United Church Cemetery, Hunter River. If so desired, memorial donations may be made to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Labor and Delivery Unit. Online condolences may be sent below, OR, by sending an email to cqfuneral@gmail.com. Online Condolences Thank you for your sentiments. Condolences will be printed and given to the family. Online condolences are sent to the funeral home where they are printed and given to the family. * indicates Mandatory Field Your Name*: Condolence*:

Found:Jul ,05 2021 18:00:21

Cathy Pauline Kaptein
The death occurred at her late residence on Friday, July 2, 2021 of Cathy Kaptein of Charlottetown, age 61 years. Beloved daughter of Jennie and the late Charlie Kaptein. Loving mother of Brittany and Matthew. Sister of Wilhelmina Parker and aunt of John and James Parker. Predeceased by her brother Johny.   Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel. A private graveside service will be held in Mount Stewart Peoples Cemetery. If so desired memorials to the Canadian Mental Health Association would be appreciated. Online condolences maybe made at www.macleanfh.com

Found:Jul ,05 2021 12:01:04

Larkin, John Patrick “Pat”
  The death occurred peacefully on June 29, 2021,of John Patrick “Pat” Larkin of Stratford and formerly of Cable Head East, aged 73 years.  Survived by his loving wife of 47 Years, Joan (nee Palmer); his children, Rebecca (Harvey), Daniel,  Brian (May), his grandson Callen; his siblings Jim (Helen), Joseph (Lucy), Sandra (David Bradley), Sharon (Deryl) Beaton, Elaine (Joe) Hennebery, Claire (David) MacFarlene , and Teresa Ellis. Also survived by his brothers and sisters-in-laws  Derry Virtue, Louis (Mary), Norbert (Mary), Mickey (Anne), Richard (Debbie), Paul (Paula), Cindy (Kris) and Jane (Peter) MacAdam.  Predeceased by his parents A.J. and Mary Larkin, sister Lorraine Virtue, mother and father in law George and Jeanette Palmer and brother in law Gary Ellis. Resting at North Shore Funeral Home, Morell.  Funeral mass to be held at St. Peter’s Bay Roman Catholic Church, on Tuesday, July 06, 2021 at 11:00 a.m.  Due to covid restrictions, visitation and funeral mass will be by invitation only. Interment to follow in the parish cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Pat’s memory may be made to St. Peter’s Bay Cemetery fund, or to the PEI Humane Society, either directly or by e-transfer to northshorefuneralhome@gmail.com    Online condolences may be made to www.northshorefuneralhome.ca .  Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to North Shore Funeral Home, Morell.       Send a condolence

Found:Jul ,02 2021 18:01:13

DesRoches, John Joseph
DesRoches, John Joseph July 1, 2021 The death occurred peacefully at the Prince County Hospital, Summerside, P.E.I., on Thursday, July 1st, 2021 of John Joseph DesRoches of Summerside, P.E.I., aged 59 years. John was born in Summerside to the late Elmer and Dorothy (Gallant) DesRoches. Special friend of Sue DesRoches and loving father of Sarah (Robert) Rhynes her mother Cindy Peterson, Chelsea (Trevor), John (Jill), Travis and their mother Kim Gavin. Also lovingly remembered by his grandchildren Kayden, Kentley, Khloe, Kylie, Kallie, Amelia, Brielle, Logan, Isabella, Hope and Madelyn. Survived by his brothers and sisters Patricia Arsenault, Joyce (Eldon Arsenault), Helen (Junior) Albert, Stella DesRoches ( Brad LaViolette), Carolyn Fortuna (Edward Arsenault), Lornie (Gail) DesRoches, Marlene Loo, Shelley Bryan (Jimmy Arsenault), Roger DesRoches (Mary Clements), Ferdie DesRoches (Wei Kao), Rocky (Sherry) Gallant, sister in-law Angelica DesRoches and many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his brother Raymond DesRoches and brother in-law Ensor Campbell. Resting at the East Prince Funeral Home, 245 Pope Rd., Summerside. Due to Covid 19 restrictions a private wake and funeral service will be held. Interment to take place in St. Paul’s Cemetery, Summerside. In lieu of flowers memorial donations in John’s memory to the Funeral expense funds would be greatly appreciated. If you would like to send a condolence to his family, please click Online Condolence below or send an email directly to epfuneral@eastlink.ca Online Condolences Thank you for your sentiments. Condolences will be printed and given to the family. Online condolences are sent to the funeral home where they are printed and given to the family. * indicates Mandatory Field Your Name*: Condolence*:

Found:Jul ,02 2021 18:00:51

Barbara Jane MacMillan (nee Howell)
In Loving Memory    MacMillan, Barbara Jane (nee Howell) passed away peacefully on Wednesday, June 30, 2021 with family by her side and later that day her precious 11th great grandchild was born.  Barb was the beloved wife of the late Dr. Ian MacMillan, mother to Heather, Gail (Scott Murray), Jane (Phillip Bondt) and Jack (Neno). She is survived by her brother Michael Howell(Delores) in Nova Scotia.  Loving grandmother to Karen Murphy (John Arch MacDougall), Laura Murphy (Jeff Walker); Anysia (Jessi), Nelson, Matthew Murray; Derek (Laurie), Mark (Stacey), Lisa (Ben), Stephen Bondt; Jacqueline (James), Elizabeth (Christian) and Christopher (Natasha) MacMillan.   Predeceased by her siblings John, Emma, Paul, Mary and Rose .  Nany Barb to now 11 great grandchildren: Archer, Austin, Mae, Polly, Renna, Nell, Rooney, Jamin, Zoey, Allister, Malcom and a very loving aunt to many nieces and nephews. Godmother to Lorne Wilkinson and Jackie Kane.    Barb was the second of 7 children born to ‘Captain Jack’ and Mary Howell (nee O’Brien) in Yarmouth, NS. They had moved to Metaghan, NS and then to Hebron outside Yarmouth.  Their father died at sea when Barb was only 14yrs old. In high school Barb  loved to sing and perform. She and her siblings worked hard to support their Mom. She studied nursing at St. FX University then worked as an RN at the Halifax Infirmary where she met Ian. After Ian graduated they married Aug 20, 1955 and moved to New Glasgow, PE where Dr. Ian ran a practice serving the North Shore Community and Barb assisted as an RN. The family now with 3 girls moved to Toronto where Dr.Ian did his specialty training in ENT, son Jack was born and now it was time to return to Charlottetown.     Family was very important to Barb and Dr. Ian. She cherished being a stay at home Mom and supported all her children in their education and extra-curricular activities be it music lessons, horses, water-skiing, swimming, qymnastics, golf, skating, travel or whatever.   She advocated for better pool facilities, supported PR and sport development and was on the National Synchronized Swim Executive for many years.  Barb also loved her sporty Mazda RX7 cars and loved to travel on her own and with a few special friends and occasionally with her husband if she arranged the travel details.       Barb had a great zest for adventure, experiences and a real taste for the better things in life. Her great generosity in sharing whatever she had with her family, friends and especially her grandkids and great grandchildren was amazing. She took the older grandkids on many travels and adventures and also loved the ritual ‘once you are 6’ she would take them to the Delta for an overnight stay, themed dinners, swim and breakfast!!  Barb also maintained her own interests in tennis, golf, curling, bridge, swimming, painting and floral arrangement and worked occasionally. She has always loved the beach and Ross Lane Stanhope was a favourite spot, close to the cottage and wonderful friends. Barb had a ‘Life Well Lived’ and when she could she lived it fully!!   After Ian died and Barb was no longer able to live on her own the ability to be at the Atlantic Baptist Nursing Home Dec 2018 was a real blessing for her health and well being!  Barb was often able to get out with family for visits and Sunday brunches until this past year when the pandemic hit and her health started to decline.    As a family we have so much gratitude for the wonderful care and support she received at ABH from so many of the staff (too many to mention but we know you know who you are) and fellow residents, especially Greg. A very special thanks to Reagan, Darlene, Dr. Chris Lantz  for the additional support you gave to the family. Barb’s beautiful spirit and precious smile will be missed.    Barb’s wishes: there is to be no wake or funeral, cremation will take place and my ashes will be brought to Yarmouth by my grandson Derrick.  Resting at the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home.  A ‘Celebration of Life’ with the family and close friends will be planned for a later date.    In lieu of flowers, if desired, please make a donation to the Kidney Foundation of PEI,  https://kidney.ca/.  

Found:Jul ,02 2021 12:00:48