John Daniel Nicholson
 Nicholson - John passed away peacefully at Prince County Hospital, Summerside, PEI, surrounded by his family on Saturday, June 19, 2021.  John was born in Searletown to the late Daniel and Winnifred (Murphy) Nicholson and resided there for all of his 90 years. John is survived by his loving wife of 63 years Betty (King) Nicholson;  children David (Marlene) Bedford, NS; Gordon (Anita), Chelton; Ruth (Scott) Morrison, Cornwall; Scott, Searletown; Darlene (Scott) Arsenault, Cornwall; and Marlene (Glenn) MacWilliams, Borden-Carleton; son-in-law Joseph Mbuyi, Mississauga, ON; sisters, Grace Jay, Kensington, Marion Young, Bedeque and Bea (Morley) Wood, Mount Tryon; Brothers and Sisters-in-law Doreen Nippard, Kitchener, ON; Esther King, Mississauga, ON; Von Saunder, NFLD; Mellina King NFLD; David (Ruth) King, Calgary, AB; Hayward(Lois) King, Quispamsis,  NB; Bennie (Vera) King, Bishops Falls, NFLD; Sandra King, Kitchener, ON; Sadie King, Kitchener ON; Ruth Manual, Kitchener, ON;  and by many nieces and nephews. Loving Grampie to grandchildren Suzanne and Johnathan Nicholson; Christina (Andrew), Taunya (Kyle) and Ryan Nicholson; Bradley and Christopher Morrison; Alex and Pierce Mbuyi; Jodi and Austin MacWilliams; Colby and Jase Arsenault; Great-Grandchildren Skylar, Hunter, Corban, Jaxx and Aneva. Predeceased by his daughter Irene Mbuyi of Mississauga, Ontario; brothers, William and Alexander; sisters Christie Nicholson and Anne (Alfred) Matheson; Brothers and Sisters-in-law, Alec Nippard, Bob King, Roma Saunders, Bert King, and Denny Manual. John farmed the land he grew up on for many years before changing careers to a truck driver with Curran and Briggs.  However, John never lost his love of the land and could often be found lending a hand to his farming neighbors. A natural mechanic, John loved to tinker with anything that had a motor and was happiest when he was helping others. Growing up it was a common sight to see friends and neighbors dropping in and seeking his advice or dropping off a lawnmower, chainsaw or even a tractor for \"John to fix!\".  He never turned anyone away and I’m sure he’s finding many heavenly machines to tinker with today! Resting at Moase Funeral Home, Summerside. A private family visitation and funeral service will be held at the Salvation Army Church, Summerside. Interment will take place in the Searletown Cemetery, Searletown. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated. 

Found:Jun ,21 2021 12:00:37

A Bruce Pickard
The death occurred at home on Wednesday, June 16, 2021 of A. Bruce Pickard of Cumberland, age 77 years. Loving husband of Janet (Lambe) and beloved father of Bobby (Kathy), Sherry, Donna, Darrin (Pheasant), and Amanda (Walter). Grandpa of Madison, Nathan, Ivan, Will, and Adalyn. Also survived by Janet’s family Dale (Shirley), Debra (Bill), Darrell, Scott, Valerie, and Laura (Chris). Brother of Russell (Janet) and Frances Ramsay. Predeceased by his first wife Carol (Ward), parents Milton and Lily Pickard, and brother-in-law Leigh Ramsay.   Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel from where the service will be held on Friday, June 25, 2021 at 10:30 a.m. (by invitation only). For those wishing to attend virtually, the service will be live-streamed at https://event.forgetmenotceremonies.com/ceremony?c=0a4dc89b-d6b8-4052-9a0d-33a3bf81caa1. Interment in Floral Hills Memorial Gardens. If so desired, memorial donations to Queens Home Care would be appreciated. Online condolences may be made at www.macleanfh.com

Found:Jun ,21 2021 12:00:35

Carolyn Doris "Soup" Gormley
Peacefully at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Thursday, June 17, 2021 of Carolyn D. \"Soup\" (nee Poulton) Gormley of Charlottetown, age 74 years. Beloved wife of the late Garry \"Ga\" Gormley and dear mother of Kenny (Snooks), Ronnie and Garry \"Bum\" (Peggy). She is also survived by 9 loving grandchildren Brooke, Chels, Adrianna, Amy, Kendra, Paige, Dan, Alex and Tyson; numerous great grandchildren; siblings Darlene (Dave), Gail (Delbert), Vince (Cindy), Gary \"Scribes\", Allan, Faye (Gary) and Linda.She was predeceased by her parents Harry and Doris (nee Savidant) Poulton and her brother Billy Poulton.Resting at the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home.Due to current restrictions, a private funeral service (by invitation only) will be held in the funeral home chapel. Interment later in the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Charlottetown.If so desired, memorial contributions may be made online to the Provincial Palliative Care Centre.Online condolences may be made at www.islandowned.ca

Found:Jun ,20 2021 18:00:20

Gauthier, Marie \"Yvonne\"
Gauthier, Marie \"Yvonne\" June 19, 2021 The death occurred at the Prince County Hospital, Summerside, on Saturday, June 19, 2021, of Yvonne Gauthier (nee LeClair), beloved wife of the late John Gauthier, formerly of North Rustico, in her 97th year. She was the daughter of the late George and Emma Maire LeClair. Yvonne was the mother of Michael Gauthier (Karen Hill) and Joan Irving (Paul); and grandmother of Kaleigh and Lacey. She is also survived by her siblings, Edgar, Alvire, Annette and Rosemary; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Besides her husband, John, and her parents, George and Emma, Yvonne was predeceased by her brothers, Leo and Eric; and sister, Georgina. Resting at Central Queen’s Funeral Home, New Glasgow. Due to current health restrictions, a private visitation and funeral will be held by invitation only. Funeral will be held at Stella Maris Roman Catholic Church, North Rustico, on Tuesday, June 22, 2021, at 10:30 a.m. Interment in Stella Maris Cemetery. The funeral will be live streamed on the Central Queen’s Funeral Home Facebook page. If so desired, donations in Yvonne’s memory to the PCH Foundation 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:Jun ,20 2021 18:00:07

Arsenault, Doreen Anne
Arsenault, Doreen Anne June 18, 2021 The death occurred peacefully at the Summerset Manor, Summerside of Doreen Anne (nee Barriault) Arsenault on Friday, June 18th, 2021, at the age of 91 years. Born on December 2nd, 1929, in Maximville, Prince Edward Island, she was the daughter of the late Antonin and Marie Anne Barriault. Doreen will be greatly missed by her son Roy (Rita) Gallant, her grandchildren Serge (Melanie) Gallant of Stratford, PEI, Chantal (Scott) Gallant of Calgary, AB, and Michel Gallant of Surrey, BC. Also left to cherish her memory are her great grandchildren Caleb and Brielle and by numerous nephews and nieces. She is also survived by her sister Alphonsine (Joseph) Caissie. Doreen was predeceased by her first husband Tilmon Gallant, her second husband Alyre Arsenault, daughter Edith Gallant, and brothers Clarence and Raymond Barriault. A family gathering will take place at Évangéline Funeral Home, Monday, June 21st and then to the Saint-Philippe et Saint-Jacques Church, Egmont Bay for funeral mass, followed by interment in the church cemetery. As an expression of sympathy memorial donations in Doreen\'s memory to the PEI Cancer Society or to the CNIB would be greatly appreciated. If you would like to send a message of condolence to the family please send an email to: evangelinefuneralcoop@pei.aibn.ca or click on the link below. 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:Jun ,19 2021 18:00:27

Mary Eva Perry
Peacefully at the Tignish Senior\'s Coop Home with her loving family by her side, on Thursday, June 17th, of Mary Eva Perry, beloved wife of the Late Joseph J. Perry in her 97th year.Born on March 30, 1924, she was the daughter of the Late Timothy and Catherine (nee Perry) Arsenault.  Loving mother of Stanley Perry of Wasaga Beach, ON, Irene (Late Alphonse) LeClair, St. Peter & St. Paul, Catherine (Blair) Jenkins, Scarborough, ON, Gerard Perry (Marg Hunter), Grand Falls, NF, Bertha (Late Silvano) Pierobon,  Wasaba Beach, ON, and Lewis Perry of St. Peter and St. Paul.  She is survived by 15 grandchildren, numerous great grandchildren, and great great grandchildren.She is survived by a sister Alma Marie Konwinski, Michigan, USA, and Sylvere (Doreen) Arsenault, St. Peter & St. Paul.She was predeceased by daughters Yvonne Perry and Claudette Perry, grandson Roy LeClair, and by siblings Melda, Cecilia, and Joe.  Eva loved knitting, card games, bingo, and her ultimate favorite food, lobster.  She was a devoted member of St. Simon and St. Jude Parish, Tignish.Resting at the Rooney Funeral Home and Chapel, Alberton. Visitation Monday evening 7 - 9 (by invitation only).  Funeral Tuesday afternoon, from St. Simon and St. Jude Church, Tignish, for Funeral Mass at 3:00 (by visitation only).  Fr. John Molina, celebrant.  Interment in the church cemetery.www.rooneyfh.ca  

Found:Jun ,19 2021 12:01:04

Jimmy MacKenna
Suddenly at home, the passing of Jimmy MacKenna age 68 of New Perth, occurred on Thursday, June 17, 2021. Born in Montague, May 5, 1953, he was the son of the late Stewart and Frances (MacLeod) MacKenna. Jimmy is survived by his loving daughter, Stephanie Smith; sisters, Donna MacKenna and Ann MacKenna; aunt, Ruth Nelson; nephew, Evan Nolan and niece Terri Ann Nolan. Predeceased by aunts Catherine Annear, Margaret Aitken and uncle William MacKenna. Time and date of services to be announced. Online condolences may be made through the Funeral Home website at www.fergusonlogan.com            

Found:Jun ,18 2021 18:00:32

Sheldon Fielding. Henderson
The death occurred at the Palliative Care Unit of the Community Hospital, O\'Leary, on Thursday, June 17, 2021, with his family by his side, of Sheldon F. Henderson of Alberton, age 73 years. Beloved husband to Elizabeth (nee Bryan) Henderson. Born on April 17, 1948, he was the son of the late Erving William and Levenia Catherine (nee Cannon) Henderson.Dear step-father to Cory (Jill) Gallant, Lynn Anne (Trevor) Hogan, Kelly (Matthew) Butler, and Jeannie Henderson (Jeff Bernard). Cherished grandfather to Christopher (Amy) Gallant, Nathan and Emma Gallant, Alex Hogan, Jax Butler, Dylan, Carson, Carter and Selene Gillis. Dear brother to Bonita (Fred) Johnson, Sylvia Gaudet, Laverne (James) Yeo, Nowell McRae, Loman (Esther) Henderson, Doreen (Heber) Rayner, Valerie McInnis, Angela (Douglas) MacCallum, Nolan DesRoches and Delbert Henderson. He is also survived by brothers and sisters-in-law, Leonard Bell, Lois (Stanley) Fillmore, Joyce (late Bert) Bryan, Ruthie (late Wilbert) Kinch, Lillian (late Reg) Bryan and Jean (late Edward) Bryan. He is also survived by his many nieces, nephews and friends.He was predeceased by his parents, Erving and Levenia Henderson, a sister, Debbie Henderson, brother Dale, brothers-in-law, Edmund Gaudet, Roy McRae and Irving Ramsay, and his father and mother-in-law, William and Zelma Bryan.Resting at the Rooney Funeral Home and Chapel, Alberton, for family visitation Saturday morning (by invitation only) from 11:00 to 1:00 p.m. Funeral Saturday afternoon from the Alberton Baptist Church, Alberton, for funeral service at 3:00 p.m. (by invitation only), Pastor Ross Morrison officiating. Interment in the Elmsdale United Church Cemetery.If so desired memorials to the funeral expense fund would be gratefully appreciated by the family.

Found:Jun ,18 2021 06:01:09

Philip John Koch
The death occurred peacefully at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Thursday, June 17, 2021 of Philip John Koch of Charlottetown, age 78 years. Loving husband of Nadine (Smith), father of Peter (Tahra) and grandpa of Liam and Troy.   Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel with private arrangements. Online condolences may be made at www.macleanfh.com

Found:Jun ,17 2021 18:00:39

Mary Helena Keefe
Peacefully at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 of Mary Helena Keefe (nee Gallant) age 91 years.  Beloved wife of the late Earl Keefe and dear mother of Linda (Frank) Trainer;  James (Tracey Nichol); Charlie (Barbara McAdam); Anne (Stephen Adams) and Michelle McQuire.  Also survived by her nine grandchildren and five great grandchildren; brothers Cyril (Viola) and Lloyd Gallant (Janet deceased).  Predeceased by parents John C. and Lena (Schreenan) Gallant and siblings Florence, St. Clair, Raymond, Edna, Eileen, Alban and Rose Marie; daughter-in-law Debra and grandson Lorne Earl Keefe Adams (in infancy).  Resting at Lawless Funeral Home, Kinkora.  Funeral Mass to be celebrated at St. Malachy’s Church, Kinkora on Saturday, June 19 at 10 am.  Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a private family visitation will be held at the funeral  home prior to funeral mass.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Mary’s memory can be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.  Online condolences can be sent to Lawless Funeral Home: http://www.lawlessfuneralhome.ca

Found:Jun ,17 2021 12:01:04

Nigh, Larry Dean
Nigh, Larry Dean June 16, 2021 On Wednesday, June 16, 2021, Larry Nigh passed away peacefully with his wife at his side, at the Prince County Hospital, Summerside, aged 66. He was the beloved husband of Laurie Stoddart (nee Jones). Larry will be lovingly remembered by his children, Willis (Natsuko), Shelley, Kelsey Stoddart (Greg) and one precious granddaughter, Emma. He is also survived by siblings, Ila Rush (Lloyd), Lois Brown (Lowell deceased), Helen Ellis (Ed deceased), Keith (Nancy) and Grant (Karen). Larry was predeceased by his parents, Roy and Alma (French) Nigh; and siblings, Erma Barkey and Carol Keuken (Ben). Larry was overwhelmed by the prayers and encouragement of family and friends (old and new) throughout his illness, including many practical things. A meaningful verse that has been a comfort to him comes from Philippians 1:21 “For me, to live is Christ, and to die is gain.” Resting at Central Queen’s Funeral Home, New Glasgow. Due to health restrictions a private visitation and funeral will take place. The private funeral will be held on Monday, June 21, 2021 at New Glasgow Christian Church at 11:00 a.m. and will be live streamed on the Central Queen’s Funeral Home Facebook page. If so desired, donations in Larry’s memory may be made to the Kingsview Child Sponsorship Program. 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:Jun ,17 2021 12:00:46

Squires, Leigh Francis
  The death occurred peacefully at the Souris Hospital, with family by his side, on Tuesday, June 15, 2021, of Leigh Francis Squires of Five Houses, aged 71.  Survived by his partner, Patricia Casey and family; half-sister and half-brothers Charlene, George, Sterling and Mike Acorn; aunts and uncles Vera (late Johnny) Ward, Imelda (late Willard) Squires, Phyllis (Wes) Stretch, Keir (Linda) Squires, and Jimmy (Alice) Squires.  Leigh will also be fondly remembered by his cousin Stephen Squires and numerous other cousins.  Pre-deceased by his mother, Melinda (Lynn) (nee Squires) Acorn; grandparents Nelson and Myra Squires; uncles and aunts Pearl (Richard) Hayden, Gladdie (Joan) Squires, Sterling (Edith) Squires, Elmer (Dottie) Squires, Willard Squires and Helen (Reuben) MacDonald.  Leigh was an animal lover and an avid hockey fan, who loved being on the water as a fisherman. In accordance with his wishes, cremation has taken place and a private celebration will be held.  If desired, donations in memory of Leigh may be made to the PEI Humane Society, either directly or via e-transfer to northshorefuneralhome@gmail.com  Online condolences may be made to northshorefuneralhome.ca.  Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to North Shore Funeral Home, Morell.   Send a condolence

Found:Jun ,17 2021 06:01:03

Ethel Euphemia MacNevin
The death occurred peacefully at the Western Hospital, Alberton, on Wednesday, June 16, 2021, of Ethel Euphemia MacNevin, beloved wife of the late Basil MacNevin, of 1204 Buchanan Road, Mount Royal, PEI, age 103 years. Born at Mill Road, PEI, on October 3, 1918, she was the daughter of the late William and Janet (nee Dickenson) Duncan.Loving mother to Audrey (late James) Graham of Alberton, Patricia (late Chris) Sabine of West Point, Hilton of Buchanan Road, and by her best friend, Owen Darrach of Brae. She is also survived by 11 grandchildren and by a number of great-grandchildren.She was predeceased by her husband, Basil, and by a granddaughter, Linda Arsenault. She was also predeceased by her siblings, Flossie, Eva, Emmie, Gladys, Ada, Annie, Helen,Maggie and Sammie.Resting at the Rooney Funeral Home and Chapel, Alberton. Visiting hours Thursday evening from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., by invitation only. A private family graveside committal service to held on Friday afternoon, June 18, 2021, at 2:00 p.m. from the Free Church of Scotland Cemetery in Milo with the Rev. Ann Bush officiating.As an expression of sympathy, memorials to the Free Church of Scotland Cemetery would be gratefully appreciated. 

Found:Jun ,16 2021 18:01:00

Sister Lauretta Jane (Sister Catherine Marie) Leslie
Peacefully at The Mount Continuing Care Community on Wednesday, June 16, 2021 of Sister Lauretta J. Leslie (Sister Catherine Marie) of Charlottetown, age 89 years. Fondly remembered by her Martha Sisters, her sister Martha MacDonald, nieces and nephews.She was predeceased by her parents Harold and Lauretta (nee MacDonald) Leslie; sisters Elda, Catherine, Gordia, ; brothers Sandy, Andrew, Jack, Harold, Hugh, Aiden and Matt.Resting at The Mount Continuing Care Community Chapel. Due to current restrictions, a private Funeral Mass will be held in their Chapel (by invitation only). Interment to follow in The Mount Continuing Care Community Cemetery.Special appreciation to the Mount Continuing Care staff who lovingly cared for Sister Lauretta in the days and weeks of her final journey.Arrangements entrusted to the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home. Online condolences may be made at www.islandowned.ca

Found:Jun ,16 2021 18:00:40

Ernesteen M. Paynter
It is with broken hearts that we announce the passing of our Mom, Ernesteen Margaret Paynter (Clarke), on June 5th, 2021 at the age of 87 at the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, Halifax, NS.  Although our Mom was an only child she grew up in a house full of first cousins, which gave her a craving to have a big loving family of her own. Along with our father John M. Paynter (deceased 12/1996) - they had 4 children – Clarke (Laura), John (Carol Moulaison), Rhenda (Joseph Rizzo), Merlene Paynter (Randy Matheson) - who then went on to give them 6 grandchildren Teena, Michelle, Jenna, John, Madelin, Bo and 5 great-grandchildren. All of whom she was immensely proud.We cannot count how many others along the way she counted as family, even if they were not a Paynter - she always had a hug; a place at the table; a shoulder to cry on; a cuppa tea & cookies; a never-ending supply of empathy and kindness and a spare bed (and often the keys to the car) for anyone who had need. She often joked when we were in high school that she would count the pairs of shoes at the door to know how many pancakes to make for breakfast as there were usually a few extras at the table. She was \"Mom\", \"Nannie\" and \"Gigi\" to many in her lifetime.Our mother loved music, and while she was not gifted with any musical talent (nor have any of her offspring), she was always at her happiest when someone pulled out a guitar, fiddle, banjo or mandolin. Live music, whether at a jamboree on Prince Edward Island, a Nova Scotia kitchen party, a pub, a campsite, or a bluegrass festival, was her absolute favourite thing.Mom loved to travel and see new places. She lived in 5 different provinces during her lifetime, but Prince Edward Island was always home. She visited all the Canadian Provinces, many US States, and several countries in Europe and the Caribbean. She enjoyed a good wander through an ancient European castle, a day on a tropical beach and a night around a campfire at a campground in equal measure.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington.  Due to Covid 19 restrictions, no public visitation may be held.  A private funeral service will be available to view online on the funeral home’s website after 1:30 p.m. Thursday June 24,2021.   Interment in the Geddie Memorial Cemetery Springbrook. If so desired memorial contributions may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Geddie Memorial Cemetery Fund. www.davisonfh.comwww.davisonfh.com

Found:Jun ,16 2021 18:00:30

Theresa Imelda "Tiggy" Smith
Peacefully at the Prince Edward Home on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 of Theresa "Tiggy" (nee McKearney) Smith of Charlottetown, age 85 years. Beloved wife of the late Reuben C. Smith and dear mother of Barry (Margie) Smith, Kim (Sterling) Peterson and Darren (Kathy) Smith. Also survived by her grandchildren Meghan (Drew), Mallory (Jordan), Spencer (Raelynn) and Bailey (Jordan) Smith, Courtney and Brodie (Kayla)Peterson; two great-grandchildren, Wynne Affleck and Adaya Smith; sister Eileen Veinot and brother-in-law Gerald MacEachern.Predeceased by parents Jack and Florence (nee MacDonald) McKearney, and brothers and sisters, Vivian, Lyle, Helen, Patricia, Gerald, Bernadette, Ivan, Kay and Carol.Resting at the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home. Due to current restrictions, a private Funeral Mass will be held at St. Bonaventure Church, Tracadie Cross (by invitation only). Interment to follow in the Parish Cemetery.In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Society of PEI.Online condolences may be made at www.islandowned.ca

Found:Jun ,16 2021 12:00:20

Janet Rose Gallant
Gallant – The death occurred peacefully, surrounded by her family, at the Prince County Hospital, Summerside, on Monday, June 14, 2021, of Janet Gallant, of Summerside, aged 61 years. Born in Summerside, she was the daughter of the late Joseph \"Alphie\" and Roseline \"Rosie\" (Arsenault) Gallant. Survived by her brothers and sisters Dorothy (Kevin) Peddle, Donna Richards, Raymond Gallant, Melvin (Gail) Gallant, Blaine (Geraldine) Gallant, Laura Livingston, Barb Gallant (Blair Bowness), Gerard \"Turk\" (Pam) Gallant and Erma (Stephen) Gallant; brothers-in-law Vic Richards and Robert Livingston; and by numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her brother Lawrence \"Larry\" Gallant; sister-in-law Frances Holt-Gallant; brothers-in-law David Cheverie and Ivan O’Brien; and by a great-niece Alysha Lynn Richards. Resting at Moase Funeral Home, Summerside. Completed funeral arrangements to be announced later. Interment will take place in St. Paul’s Cemetery, Summerside. Memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Oncology Unit of the Prince County Hospital would be appreciated. 

Found:Jun ,15 2021 18:00:47

Gallant, Linda Ann
Gallant, Linda Ann June 14, 2021 The death occurred suddenly at St. John Regional Hospital, St. John, NB. on Monday June 14th, 2021 of Linda Ann (nee Myers) Gallant of Summerside, P.E.I., aged 67 years. Linda was born in Duvar, P.E.I. to the late Eddie and Laurinda (nee Gallant) Myers. Beloved wife of Donnie Gallant and loving mother of Christopher (Lindsey) Gallant. Also lovingly remembered by her special grandchildren Cierra and Logan. Survived by her brothers and sisters Patricia (Bernie) Peters of Summerside, Ted (Linda) of Summerside, Ralph (Jenny), Elaine (Steve) Pender, Donna (Frank) Primi all of Toronto, ON., Gary (Cindy) of Summerside, Darlene (Mauro) Brancaleoni of Toronto, ON., Ron of Slemon Park, Marie (Gerald) Germaine of Gravenhurst, ON., Ricky (Sharon) of Miscouche, sister-in-law Florence of Summerside and numerous nieces and nephews and brothers and sisters-in-law. Predeceased by her sister Laverne Doucette, brother Rufus “Boop”, two sisters in infancy and sister-in-law Kim Myers. Resting at the East Prince Funeral Home, 245 Pope Road, Summerside. Due to Covid 19 restrictions a private funeral service will be held. Interment to take place in St. John the Baptist Church Cemetery, Miscouche. Memorial donations in Linda’s memory can be made directly to Summerside Community Connection. 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:Jun ,15 2021 18:00:28

Doucette, Dwayne P.
Doucette, Dwayne P. June 9, 2021 1969-2021 Dwayne Doucette Passed away peacefully at the Provincial Palliative Care Unit, Charlottetown on Wednesday June 9, 2021 after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Dwayne was 51 years old and predeceased by his father Phillip. He is survived by his mother Annie May Doucette (Roland, stepfather), sister Tracy (Abbas, brother-in-law), daughters Myriam, Megane, Laurie, granddaughter Maxime, nephews Ayden and Jorden. He is also survived by aunts and uncles Esther, Della, Vince, Albon and Ray plus many cousins. He is fondly remembered and missed by his wide circle of close and long-time friends. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to West Prince Funeral Home, 522 Thompson Road. As per Dwayne’s request, cremation has occurred and a funeral mass will be held at Immaculate Conception Church, Palmer Road on Wednesday June 23, 2021 at 2 pm. He will be dearly missed. 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:Jun ,15 2021 09:01:15

Earle Preston Adams
At the Mews, Margate on Saturday June 12,2021 of Earle Preston Adams formerly of Plug St., Malpeque, aged 75 years. Born in Summerside August 13, 1945, son of the late Glenwood and Grace (Beairsto) Adams.  Brother of Kaye Crozier and Wendy (Peter) Richards. Brother-in-law of Alberta Adams. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his brother Norris Adams, infant brother Lawrence John Adams and brother-in-law Boyd Crozier.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington.  Due to Covid 19 restrictions no public visitation may be held.  A private funeral will be available to view online on the funeral home’s website after Wednesday afternoon. Interment in People’s Cemetery, Malpeque. If so desired contributions may be made to the Mews Margate.www.davisonfh.com  

Found:Jun ,14 2021 18:00:04

Beverley Frances "Bebbie" Doyle
Peacefully with her family by her side at the Provincial Palliative Care Centre on Sunday, June 13, 2021 of Beverley Frances "Bebbie" Doyle (nee Flanagan) of Charlottetown age 82 years.Beloved wife of the late Jack Doyle. Dear mother of Todd (Linda) , Derek (Aliceanne), and Scott. Loving Nanny of Reid and Bella and her grand fur baby Rosie. Bebbie is also fondly remembered by her brother Darrell Flanagan, sisters-in-law Eileen Flanagan, Shirley Flanagan, Janet Pickard, brother-in-law Mike Conway, special niece Kelli Mullally, many nieces and nephews and extended family members of the Doyle, Flanagan and Gillis Families. She was predeceased by her parents Reg Sr. and Isabelle (Gillis) Flanagan, brothers Reg and Alfred Flanagan and sister Darlene Conway.Resting at the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home. Due to current restrictions a funeral mass ( by invitation only) will be held at St. Dunstan’s Basilica with interment in the Roman Catholic Cemetery.If so desired memorial contributions may be made to the Provincial Palliative Care Centre. Online condolences may be made at www.islandowned.ca.

Found:Jun ,14 2021 12:00:31

G. Blois Lockhart
At the Prince County Hospital Summerside on Tuesday March 9th, 2021 of G. Blois Lockhart of Clinton and formerly Malpeque aged 75 years. Born in Summerside, September 28, 1945 son of the late C. Gerald and Alice J. (Drummond) Lockhart.  Brother of Lynn (Wendell) Caseley, Bedford, NS; and John (Heather) Lockhart, Malpeque.  Uncle  of Darren (Janique) Caseley; Tony (Michelle) Caseley, Claire Lockhart and Treina Lockhart. Also survived by great nieces and nephews Leah, Nicholas, Casey, Chemi Lynn, Cheyden, Alexa, Aubree and Leah.  Predeceased by his nephew George Lockhart.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington. Due to Covid 19 restrictions no public visitation will be held. A private committal service will be available to view online on the funeral home’s website  after 2:30 p.m. on Friday June 18, 2021.  Interment in People’s Cemetery Malpeque.  If so desired contributions may be made to People’s Cemetery Malpeque, the Princetown United Church or the PEI Mental Health Association.     www.davisonfh.com

Found:Jun ,14 2021 12:00:14

Dalziel, Gordon Noel Arthur
Dalziel, Gordon Noel Arthur June 11, 2021 The death occurred peacefully with family by his side at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on June 11, 2021 of “Gordon” Noel Arthur Dalziel of Rustico, aged 61. He was the beloved husband of Joan (nee Feehan) and loving father of Brandy (Gerald) Benson of Durham,N.S.; Thomas of Victoria, B.C.; and Michael of Durham, N.S. Gordon was the proud grandfather of Lilly, Hailey, and Henry Benson. Also surviving are his brother-in-law Bernie (Rhonda) Feehan; and sister-in-law Patricia (John) Gauthier. His Aunt Nancy Hooper Workman and Uncle Paul Workman also survive as well as numerous nieces and nephews. During his lifetime, Gordon was a past Worshipful Master of Prince of Wales Lodge #18, and he held positions in several other Masonic Lodges. Resting at Central Queen’s Funeral Home, New Glasgow. Visitation and funeral arrangements will be completed at a later date when restrictions ease. The family wishes to express sincere thanks to the doctors and nurses of the Cancer Treatment Center and QEH Units 2 and 8 for the wonderful care provided to Gordon. A special thank you goes to his family physician, Dr. Keith Baglole. 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:Jun ,13 2021 09:00:29

Wilma Donalda Hughes
The death occurred at the Maplewood Manor, Alberton, on Friday, June 11, 2021, with her family by her side, of Wilma Donalda Hughes, beloved wife of Ronald E. Hughes of Brooklyn, PEI, age 85 years. Born at Georgetown, PEI, on March 19, 1936, she was the daughter of the late Stephen and Dorothy (nee Lavers) Landry.Lovingly remembered by her children, Dawn Marie (Donald) Hughes-Bissonnette of Ebenezer, PEI, Shawn (Karen) Hughes of Grand Tracadie, PEI, Carla (Campbell) Hamilton of Whitby, ON, and Wayne MacMillan of Ontario. Cherished grandmother to Cassandra, Campbell Jr., and Emily. Dear sister to Richard Landry of Georgetown, PEI, and Stephen Ward Landry of California.She was predeceased by her siblings, Harold, Albert, Floyd, and Lorraine.Resting at the Rooney Funeral Home and Chapel, Alberton. A Celebration of Life service will be held from the E. Gerald Rooney Memorial Chapel, Alberton, at a date and time to be announced.

Found:Jun ,12 2021 18:01:29

Patricia Marie Allen
Allen – The death occurred at the Prince County Hospital, Summerside, on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, of Patricia Allen, of Hunter River, aged 68 years. Born in Summerside, she was the daughter of the late William \"Bill\" and Mary Theresa \"Zella\" (Gallant) Allen. Survived by her partner Clare Jeffery; son Peter (Diana) Carver; granddaughter Audrey Carver; grandson James Wilson; brothers Richard Allen (Sylvia Profitt) and Gay Allen; nieces and nephews Meghan (Doug) Wood, Samantha Harrison ( Katie Monaghan), Adam Laffin and Laura Harrison (John Russell); and by grand-nieces Charlotte Wood, Emma Harrison-Russell and Lilly Harrison-Russell. Predeceased by her sisters and brothers Sandy Allen, Myra Laffin, Joan Ann Allen, Junior Allen, Nancy Faye Allen and Kevin Allen. Resting at Moase Funeral Home, Summerside. No visiting hours or funeral service by request. A private family graveside service will take place later in St. Paul’s Cemetery, Summerside. Memorial donations to the Canadian Mental Health Association or the Prince County Hospital Foundation would be appreciated.   

Found:Jun ,11 2021 18:00:29

Melissa Stephanie Dawn Quinn
With heavy hearts, the sudden passing of Melissa Stephanie Dawn Quinn age 35, occurred on Tuesday, June 8, 2021. Born July 4, 1985, she was the beloved daughter of Bobby Quinn and Betty Arbing. Loving mother of Leorah, Liam and Leslie, loving sister to Bobby Jr.; several aunts and uncles. Predeceased by brother Shawn at infancy. Private immediate family services to take place. Online condolences and donations to the IWK Foundation may be made  through the Funeral Home website at www.fergusonlogan.com      

Found:Jun ,10 2021 18:01:04

Leo Andrew Kelly
Peacefully with his family by his side at the Provincial Palliative Care Centre on Monday, June 7, 2021 of Leo Kelly of Charlottetown age 77 years. Beloved husband of the late June (Gallant) Kelly and dear father of Michelle (Dave) Bonaruk, Sherri (Phillip) Crawford, Mike, and Mark (Candace). Loving Poppy to Lauren and Joel. Leo is also fondly remembered by his sisters Florence King, Arlene Gallant and many nieces and nephews.He was predeceased by his parents Bannerman and Clara (Murphy) Kelly, brothers Richard "Butch", Patrick "Patty", John "Johnny", Freddie and sister Nellie Heartz.Leo’s family would like to offer their most sincere thanks to the Doctors, Nurses and Staff of the Provincial Palliative Care Centre who were amazing.Resting at the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home. Due to current restrictions a funeral service (by invitation only) will be held in the funeral home chapel.If so desired memorial contributions may be made to the Provincial Palliative Care Centre. On-line condolences may be made at www.islandowned.ca.

Found:Jun ,10 2021 12:00:55

COVID 19 AND FUNERAL SERVICES
COVID 19 AND FUNERAL SERVICESUpdated June 6,2021The last year has seen changes in our province and our lifestyles that are unprecedented for many of us.  The arrival of COVID 19 in Prince Edward Island has meant drastic changes to how everything is handled.  Unfortunately it has drastically affected how funeral arrangements, funeral services and visitations are conducted.  Effective immediately and until the order of the Chief Public Health office is lifted the following measures have been put in place at our business . Mask are mandatory at the Funeral Home Limit the number of family members making arrangements to no more than 6 persons; No public visitation may be held, private visitation for the immediate household (under 20 persons) and additonal persons in seperate groups of 20 can occur providing the numbers stay under 150 persons in total these people must be contacted by the family.  Refrain from in-person signing of the guest book and taking memorials/donations.  Instead, use online mechanisms for people to offer condolences and give memorials/donations; Private Funeral and/or memorial services can occur.  Organized gatherings of up to 50 persons are permitted to be held at an indoor or outdoor location Memorial donations will only be accepted online, in the mail or may be left in the secured drop box outside the front door of the funeral home on the right side of the building, and not in person to limit face to face contact for the safety of everyone. There will not be any post service/visitation receptions available. All the time a safe distance of 6 feet is to be maintained.  We would request that anyone planning to stop at the funeral home call ahead to make an appointment 902-836-3313 to help limit social contact with staff and others who may already be present. Family members traveling from withoutside of Atlantic Canada for a service please vist the PEI Government website https://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/information/justice-and-public-safety/pre-travel-approval-process for information on travel to Prince Edward Island.As we all work through the challenges this time has created for everyone we want to let you know that we are still here to provide the same level service we always have.  We will continue to work with your family in your time of need. To be clear there can still be a private viewing as long as there is less than 10 people. Funeral and memorial services must be for immediate family and 10 persons or less.  We will keep everyone updated as the situation changes. Thank you everyone, for doing your part to keep everyone safe!Judy, John, Kirk and DevonDavison Funeral Home and Chapel  Message from the Chief Public Health Office:  Funeral Homes Guidance  Public Health measures (e.g. physical distancing) have been put in place to contain the spread of COVID-19 and to mitigate the societal and health system impacts of the disease. These measures affect funerals and burials as well as cemetery and crematorium operations, whether or not the death is related to COVID-19.Regardless of the cause of death, death care providers should consider the use of virtual technologies (e.g. telephone, video conference, video recordings) in place of in-person services and gatherings. These technologies allow for broader inclusion and participation and are currently being practiced in many areas of the country. Physical DistancingPhysical distancing measures are approaches taken to minimize close contact with others in the community. These include quarantine and self-isolation, avoiding common greeting practices like hugging and handshakes, avoiding crowds, cancelling public/mass gatherings, and implementing workplace measures and closures.There are many practices funeral home directors can take to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to keep staff, families and visitors safe and healthy.   At the Funeral Home: Abstain from hosting all public visitations and receptions; For private visitations, immediate family may be visited by no more than twenty people at a time by invitation only, provided: measures are in place to maintain physical distance, and prevent mingling between the immediate family and other visitors and there are no more than 150 people in total over the span of the visitation (including the immediate family and people from other households), a funeral home staff person is on site to ensure that protocols are followed during the visitation, and all other measures in this guidance and applicable measures from the organized gatherings guidance are followed. For the purposes of the visitation, who is considered immediate family is at the discretion of the family and based on the capacity of the funeral home but is advised not to exceed twenty individuals. Visitations should be scheduled in advance to minimize people mixing; After a private visitation exceeding no more than 150 people in total, additional separate visitations with the deceased may be scheduled, without the immediate family or others present, up to twenty people at a time, for individuals unable to be accommodated within the total of 150 for the visitation; If more than 50 people, the visitation must be organized by a business or organization; if fewer than 50 people, individuals must follow the special occasion gatherings guidance. Consider the use of alternatives to in-person signing of the guest book and taking memorials/donations, such as online mechanisms for people to offer condolences and give memorials/donations; where possible, avoid providing attendees with shared items; if required, ensure hand washing facilities or alcohol-based sanitizers are within easy reach, signs are posted, to remind people to wash or sanitize their hands before touching a shared surface, and to maintain a two metre distance from individuals from other households, any high touch surfaces are frequently cleaned and disinfected, and where applicable, ensure congestion is minimized. Funeral and/or memorial services can occur.  Organized gatherings of up to 50 persons are permitted to be held at an indoor or outdoor location provided businesses, services or organizations follow the Organized Gatherings Guidance and an operational plan outlining measures to mitigate transmission of COVID-19 is in place and followed. Funeral services may include up to three cohorts of 50 people, plus officials, when held at a facility that has been approved for up to three cohorts, as per the Multiple Gatherings Guidance. If more than 50 people, the visitation must be organized by a business or organization; if fewer than 50 people, individuals must follow the special occasion gatherings guidance. People who have received an exemption from self-isolation for attending a wake, funeral or burial service must keep 6 feet or 2 metre distance from others and wear a non-medical mask. They are also expected to perform hand hygiene and practice cough etiquette, self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19, stay in self-isolation if experiencing symptoms, and follow other general public health measures. They must follow the designated testing schedule, and have received a negative COVID-19 test in the 24 hours before any visitation, funeral or burial service. They must isolate for their first 14 days in PEI or the duration of their stay, except when at the visitation, funeral or burial service.  This exemption does not apply if they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. More information for these individuals on the self isolation exemption can be found here. Set up your space to accommodate appropriate physical distancing of at least 2-meters or 6 feet from all individuals, at all times; numbers in a space should be limited to those that can be accommodated with physical distancing. Masks are mandatory in all indoor public spaces in Prince Edward Island, including funeral homes. Some exemptions apply Do not permit shaking hands, hugging, etc.; Encourage hand washing by making available alcohol-based hand sanitizer (with a minimum of 60% alcohol content) or access to washrooms that are always well stocked with liquid soap and paper towels; Have extra tissues on hand and a hands-free waste basket for disposal; Enhance cleaning and disinfection of frequently touched surfaces such as doorknobs, table-tops, bathrooms and other surfaces. Everyone on arrival should be asked if they have any COVID-19 symptoms or are required to self isolate (or are exempt for the visitation/service).   At Burials and Cemeteries: Organized gatherings of up to 50 persons are permitted to be held at an indoor or outdoor location provided businesses, services or organizations follow the Organized Gatherings Guidance and an operational plan outlining measures to mitigate transmission of COVID-19 is in place and followed.  Burial services may include up to three cohorts of 50 people, plus officials, when held at a facility that has been approved for two or more cohorts, as per the Multiple Gatherings Guidance. Do not permit shaking hands, hugging, etc. Practice physical distancing of 2 metres/6 feet between individuals and/or households.*At the discretion of cemetery operators, additional individuals in vehicles may be permitted at the cemetery, provided individuals do not exit their vehicle or gather as this may exceed the maximum outdoor gathering limit. 

Found:Jun ,10 2021 09:00:28

George E. C. deBelle
deBelle - It is with great sadness that we announce the loss of George E. C.  deBelle on Wednesday, March 31, 2021. He passed away peacefully at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal. George was born on December 8, 1940 and lived in Montreal. He was predeceased by his parents William and Norma (MacQuarrie) deBelle; a sister Gail deBelle; and by his brother Peter deBelle. Survived by his niece Joselyne deBelle; a step-niece Teresa Lotoski; and by his many special friends coast to coast. George worked closely with his father at Park Laign Ltd. and eventually took over the firm for over 40 years. During his time at Park Laign he took great pride in his accomplishments in achieving landmark settlements in the area of real estate tax appeals. George was a very generous man and mentored many younger individuals. He helped them greatly by paying for their university educations and helped them launch their careers by mentoring them at Park Laign. In his later years George very much enjoyed managing his real estate property portfolio, as well as studying and researching areas of the stock market. George spent many of his summers and vacations in Summerside, PEI with his family and close friends that live there. Resting at Moase Funeral Home, Summerside. A private family Celebration of Life will be held at Trinity United Church, Summerside. Interment in Floral Hills Memorial Gardens, Pleasant Valley. No visiting hours by request. Memorial donations to Trinity United Church would be appreciated. 

Found:Jun ,09 2021 18:00:34

Rob Lawlor
The death occurred peacefully at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Wednesday, June 9, 2021 of Rob Lawlor of Stratford, age 42 years. Loving husband of Elizabeth DeBlois and father of Samantha Foster and Cameron, Mason and Christian Lawlor. Beloved son of Bill and Sonia Lawlor and brother of Carrie and Richie. Survived by his in-laws Rob and Elaine DeBlois and brother-in-law Bill (Michelle) DeBlois.   Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel. A private service will be held. If so desired, memorial donations to the Lawlor boys’ education fund may be made at the Stratford Credit Union. Online condolences may be made at www.macleanfh.com

Found:Jun ,09 2021 18:00:33

Brooks "Buff" Claybourne
At home with his family on Monday, June 7, 2021 of Brooks "Buff" Claybourne of Charlottetown age 75 years.Beloved husband of Nancy (Larter) Claybourne. Dear father of Elizabeth "Liz" Claybourne (Glen Wincey), Alison Claybourne and Colin Claybourne. Loving and proud Grampie of Kendra Bowers (Brandon), Jocelyn Claybourne (Alyssa) and Brooks Claybourne. Son of the late Tom and Margaret (Quinn) Claybourne. Brother of Maxine Claybourne, Donnie Claybourne (Marie Brazil) both deceased, Sandra (George) Bleile, Marie Claybourne deceased, Beverley MacIntyre, Jean-nee Bradley (Jimmy deceased), Glen (Sharon) Claybourne, Phillip (Donna) Claybourne and brother-in-law of Alan MacRae. Brooks is also fondly remembered by many nieces, nephews and cousins. He is also predeceased by father and mother-in-law Lem and Sue Larter, in-laws Betty (Freddy) MacLean, Shirley MacRae and Jimmy LarterResting at the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home. Due to current restrictions a funeral service (by invitation only) will be held in the funeral home chapel with interment in Portage Cemetery, Brackley.If so desired memorial contributions may be made to the Portage Cemetery Fund. On-line condolences may be made at www.islandowned.ca.

Found:Jun ,09 2021 18:00:19

Elwidge "Ella" White
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Elwidge (\"Ella\") White, on June 7, 2021, at Kings County Memorial Hospital, Montague, PEI. Ella was born in Stephenville, Newfoundland, on March 14, 1936. She leaves to mourn her children, David (Jan) White, Lynn (Boyd) Smith, Terry White, Vicky (John) Benoit and Myles White; grandchildren Achla, Brianna, Tristan, Ciaran, Jason, Sean, Michael, Christopher, and Sara; great grandchildren Logan, Kyla, Gabriel, Shannah and Tylor. She was also proud to be Nan to Scott, Kelly and Ryan. She was a friend to many and cherished those friendships throughout her life. She was predeceased by her husband Raymond, parents Matthias and Josephine White, sisters Theresa and Marion and  brother Raymond. Ella will be remembered for her warmth and loving spirit. Her love was boundless. She welcomed everyone with open arms and was \"Mom\" to many. Her positive spirit was unshakable. Her courage and strength have been an inspiration to us all. She will be greatly missed. Our family will be forever grateful for the compassionate care she received from Dr. Magennis and the nursing staff and attendants of Kings County Memorial Hospital and for the love and kindness of those who were there by her side when we all could not be. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a memorial service for friends and family will be held at a future date. For those who wish, a donation in Ella’s memory can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.

Found:Jun ,09 2021 18:00:15

Rev. Donald Malcolm MacPherson
Peacefully, at the Prince County Hospital Summerside on Tuesday April 27, 2021 of Rev. Donald Malcolm MacPherson of Summerside aged 73 years.  Born in Chatham NB on May 20, 1947, son of the late Rev. Elwood and Alma (Graham) MacPherson.  Husband of Mary E. (Baird) MacPherson.  Father of Scott (Samantha) MacPherson, Jennifer (Eddie) MacPherson Juman and Michael (Ashley) MacPherson.  Grandfather of Morgan, Nicole, Emily, Noah and William.  Brother of Graham MacPherson (Darlene), Rev. Sandy (Heather) MacPherson and Heather-deceased (Harry Wilkes).  Brother-in-law of David (Sue) Baird, Jim Baird and John (Janet) Curwin.  Also survived by several nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews who loved him very much.Don started his career as a teacher for the hearing impaired in Amherst NS, and went on to work for city business development in Fredericton  and Moncton.  After becoming ordained he served as the Minister for the  Bedeque North Pastoral Charge and then Memorial United Church in Murray  River. He was a past president of the PEI Presbytery and served as Chaplain to the RCMP.  Don had become an active brother of King Edward Lodge # 16 A.F.& A.M. in Malpeque.  He became an avid golfer in recent years. Don had an ability to make friends wherever he went and was loved by all who knew him.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington.  Due to Covid 19 restrictions no public visitation will be held.  A celebration of Don’s life will be held at a later date.  A private interment took place in the North Bedeque Cemetery.  If so desired memorial contributions may be made to the Prince County Hospital Foundation or the International Children’s Memorial Place. www.davisonfh.com

Found:Jun ,09 2021 09:14:36

John L. (Jack) Moase
At Prince County Hospital in Summerside on Sunday April 25th, 2021, John L. (Jack) Moase, 63 years old, of New Annan, PEI, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family. He is survived by his loving wife of 26 years Nancy (Mayhew) Moase; daughters Dawn Profitt and Jenna Moase; granddaughter Audrey Culleton; mother-in-law Jean (Larkin) Mayhew; brother Don (Shelley) Moase; sister Marla (Donald) Hunter; sisters-in-law Kathy Mayhew; Barb Mayhew; Ambyr (Neil) Paynter; brother-in-law Donnie (Sheila) Mayhew; and friends that became family, John and Debra Warren. Also survived by his aunt and uncle, Shirley and Willard Thompson; many nieces, nephews and cousins and their families; and his many friends.Predeceased by his parents Lyman and Thelma (Campbell) Moase; father-in-law Clair Mayhew; sister Marilyn Roberts; brothers-in-law Donald (Duck) Roberts and Larry Mayhew.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington.  Due to Covid 19 restrictions no public visitation will be held.  A private funeral will be available to watch online on the funeral home’s website after 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday.  Interment in Kensington People’s Cemetery.  If so desired contributions may be made to Kensington People’s Cemetery Fund or the Canadian Mental Health Association.Click here to view a memorial slideshow of Jack\'s life.www.davisonfh.com 

Found:Jun ,09 2021 09:14:36

Doris Edna Kennedy Waite
After a full life of 100 years, our mother, Doris Edna Kennedy Waite passed from this earth to her eternal home on Thursday, April 22, 2021 at The Mount Continuing Care in Charlottetown, PEI.Beloved mother of Janice Waite, Halifax, NS, Judy Rayner (Loring) Charlottetown, PEI and Ken Waite (Fontaine) Kitchener, ON. Loving Nan to grandchildren Sandra (John) Kessler, Toronto, ON. Ryan (Rachel) Rayner, La Salle, ON, Kendall (deceased) Waite, Kitchener, ON and Brandon (Nikki) Waite Kitchener, ON. Special \"Great- Nan\" to James Kessler, Abigail, Katie, Hailey, Kelly and Laura Rayner, Caden and Quinn Waite. Lovingly remembered by nephews John Veinot, Ottawa, ON and David (Allyson) Veinot in Tillsonburg, ON.Predeceased by her husband Keith L. Waite, brothers James and Malcom Kennedy, sisters Margorie Gaudet, Rena Rodd and Georgie Kennedy. Mom’s surviving sister is Shirley Veinot, Charlottetown, PEI.Doris was born in Kensington sometime between Aug. 17th and Aug. 18th, 1920 to Earle and Carrie (Easter) Kennedy. The Kennedy family were a proud Scottish family, central figures in the economic and social life of Kensington. When she was a young girl, her father Earle died suddenly, leaving her Mum, Carrie, a young widow with seven children. Doris went to live with her Aunt Edna and Uncle Irvin Champion- they were like second parents and their son, Allan, like a brother. In school, she had a talent for math. She was the recipient of the Governor General’s medal and went on to study at Prince of Wales College. She married Keith Waite and for 50 years, helped him run a successful grocery store and egg grading business, K. L. Waite’s, on the main street of Kensington.Doris had an incredible work ethic and a heart for serving others. She was a social worker long before the term was ever coined. While raising her own children and working at the store, she would be out and about \"helping\" other people. She helped those who were sick, bereaved, lonely, dying: young mothers struggling with new babies. Her visits were usually accompanied by trays of homemade baked goods; clothing, gifts, anything that was needed.Doris was active in Kensington’s community and church life. She was a faithful member of Kensington Presbyterian church and a life member of the Ladies Guild. She worked at countless church fund-raising events: suppers and bake sales where her fruitcakes brought in a hefty sum. She attended Home and School- even acting in one of their plays and enjoyed socializing at Bingo at the Kensington Legion.Doris and Keith built their cottage in Darnley in 1952. She delighted in seeing her family and friends (and assorted dogs!) enjoy the summer in that special place.  Sundays at the cottage were \"open house\". She never failed to arrive without a basket of food for Sunday night suppers.After Keith died, she sold the store and house, and a new adventure for Doris began. She moved next door to what was fondly called \"The Inn on the Hill\", the Kensington Seniors Co-op. She spent ten happy years there adding to her long list of friends.Doris’ memory was legendary. She was called upon to frequently \"fact check\". If you wanted to verify something it was, \"Ask Doris. She’ll know.\"Doris delighted in baking and shopping at Eaton’s in town and at Belle’s in Montague. She was an avid hockey fan and, her favorite drink, was a rum and coke.After living in Kensington for 80+ years, Doris moved to The Charlotte Residence in Charlottetown where her sister Marjorie also resided. She made friends easily and here she was content and comfortable for several years. Thank you, Joyce Pickles and all the staff!A private graveside committal service will be held in Kensington with Rev. Tory Griffiths officiating.The family would like to thank the staff on St. Dunstan’s Way at The Mount for their kind and compassionate care of our Mom over these past years. Finally, we want to thank Davison Funeral Home for their comfort and professionalism during this time.     - Janice, Judy and Ken.

Found:Jun ,09 2021 09:14:36

Rev. Garth Caseley BA, MDiv
At the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital on April 21, 2021 Rev. Garth Caseley BA, MDiv of Fredericton NB.  He was born in 1941, son of the late  Leaman and Fern (Clark) Caseley of Kelvin Grove. He is survived by his spouse Lucille (Smith), son Lt. Col. Dale (Jen) Caseley (Ottawa) and daughter Heather (Bruce) Caseley (Brookfield, NS), three grandchildren, Jessica Caseley (Vancouver), Joshua Caseley (Ottawa), and Alex Termeer (Brookfield, NS). Brother of Joan (Keith) Sudsbury, Roger (Elaine) Caseley, Rowan (Melissa) Caseley, Stuart (Patsy) Caseley, all of PEI, and Wendall (Lynn) Caseley (Halifax, NS).Garth was educated at Kelvin Grove School, Kensington High School, Prince of Wales College, Mount Allison University and Pine Hill Divinity Hall.  He was ordained by The United Church of Canada, Maritime Conference in 1965.  Throughout his career he served pastoral charges in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, retiring from Mount Royal United Church, Moncton, NB in 2001 when he and Lucille moved to Fredericton, NB.  Following retirement he continued a volunteer ministry to churches and pastoral charges of several denominations and nonprofit charitable organizations and foundations, including designing and maintaining the Maritime Conference website for a number of years.Due to Covid restrictions a family celebration of Garth’s life will be held in the future.  Donations may be made in Garth’s memory to the charity of your choice. 

Found:Jun ,09 2021 09:14:36

Ralph Francis Rose
It is with sadness that the family of Ralph Francis (Frank) Rose announce his passing on Saturday, April 17, 2021 at Prince County hospital in Summerside, PE at the age of 84.  Born in Cornerbrook, NF he joined the army at the age of 20 and eventually settled in Ontario for most of his life until returning to his east coast roots in PEI. He is predeceased by his parents, Ralph Rose and Rita MacDonald, his brother Walter and sister Yvonne (Dolly).  Warmly remembered by his sisters Muriel and Hilda, his children Ron (Sandra), Al (Lisa) and Laurie (Terry) Robertson.  Known as Gampy to grandchildren Jennifer (Britt) Jessop, Mitchell, Shannon, Amber, Amanda, Drake, Wade, Garrett and great granddaughter Arielle. He is resting at Davison Funeral Home in Kensington, PE and when Covid-19 allows there will be a private family memorial. In lieu of flowers and donations, the family simply asks to pay love and kindness forward.  www.davisonfh.com

Found:Jun ,09 2021 09:14:36

L. Jean Sherren Burt
At the Summerset Manor Summerside on Friday May 14, 2021 of  Letitia Jean Sherren Burt  of Summerset Manor, Summerside and formerly of Kensington aged 90 years.  Born in Kensington November 19 1930, daughter of  the late Walter and Jennie (Carr) Thompson of Kensington.Survived by daughters, Joyce Bernard (Gerry-deceased) Traveller’s Rest , Carol Hogg (deceased),  Darlene (Peter) Bulger, Foxley River and Nancy (Phil) Hughes, Summerside.  Grandmother of  Jennie, Dave, Anthony, Tim, Carri Anne, Melissa, Angela and Daniel.  Great-grandmother of  Isaac, Ian, Morgan, Austin, Jordan, Samantha, Brennan, Sawyer, Blaire, Syrus, Terry, Taylor, Sadie, Billy and Annabelle. Also survived by her brother Layton (Jean) Thompson, North Wiltshire, PEI.  Predeceased by her first husband, David Sherren and second husband, Colin Burt, sister Ruby (Edwin) Porter and brothers Eric (Jean) Thompson and twin brother Marshall (Evelyn)Thompson.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington.  Due to Covid 19 restrictions no public visitation may be held.  A private funeral Service will be available to view online on the funeral home’s website after 2 p.m. on Monday May 17th.  Interment in People’s Cemetery Kensington.  If so desired memorial contributions may be made to the Summerset Manor Equipment Fund. www.davisonfh.com

Found:Jun ,09 2021 09:14:35

Mary A. Bell
At MacLeod Care Clinton View Lodge Clinton on Friday May 14, 2021 of Mary A. Bell formerly of Kensington aged 83 years.  Born in Charlottetown, July 5th, 1937, daughter of the late Hartle and Alene (MacLean) Bowness.  Wife of the late A. Lea Bell. Mother of Bruce (Donna) Bell and Marlene (Carl) Toombs. Grandmother of  Erika (Blake) Morrisey, Morgan Bell, Blake Bell (Danielle), Benjamin Heaney (Kaitlyn), Daniel Heaney and Emily Heaney.  Step-grandmother of Josh (Courtney) Toombs and Daniel Toombs. Great-grandmother of Alyannah and Cameryn Morrisey, William, Lea, Carl and Samuel Heaney and Freya Toombs.  Sister of Sterling Bowness. Sister-in-law of Laura (Bill) Pidgeon and Kenneth (Rhonda) Carr.  Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her sisters Jean (Linwood) Toombs and Alexie (Harry) Mutch and brother Wayne Bowness.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington.  Due to Covid 19 restirctions, no public visitation may be held.  A private funeral will be held.  Interment in Geddie Memorial Cemetery, Spring Brook.  If so desired contributions may be made to the Geddie Memorial Cemetery Spring Brook.  www.davisonfh.com

Found:Jun ,09 2021 09:14:35

Edgar W. Parker
Passed away peacefully at the Prince County Hospital, Summerside, on Wednesday May 12, 2021, Edgar W. Parker of Summerside, aged 83 years.  Born in Hampshire,  March 30, 1938, son of the late Henry William and Gladys Emma (Easter) Parker.  Husband of Lillian Gertrude \"Gert\" (Gamble) Parker.Father of Ron, Penny (Dave) Wareham, Tim (Lizz), Pam, and Cindy Campbell.  Grandfather of Emily, Nicholas, Parker, Nick, Sam, Nathan, Isaac, and Nicholas.  Great grandfather of Abigail, Stella, Charlotte, and Theodore. Brother of Donald, Phyllis (deceased), Margaret (Peggy), Allan, Lloyd, Dorothy Ann, and Harold (Hal).Predeceased by his parents and his sister, Phyllis MacLeod (Roddie). Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington, due to COVID 19 restrictions, a memorial service will be held at a date to be determined. If so desired, to honor Ed’s memory, Canadians can make contributions to the Green Party of your province of residence, or to the Green Party of Canada.  Otherwise please consider a contribution to Ducks Unlimited. www.davisonfh.com 

Found:Jun ,09 2021 09:14:35

R. Thane Mann
At the Prince County Hospital, Summerside on Monday, May 10, 2021 of R. Thane Mann of Kensington aged 83 years. Born in Kensington, January 5, 1938 son of the late Leslie A. and Bertha (Watts) Mann. Husband of Shirlene (Wall) Mann. Father of Greg (Barb) Mann, Gary (Janelle) Mann and Tracy (Calvin)  MacLean. Grandfather of Emma, Kelsey and Hillary MacLean and Nick, Jared and Logan Mann.Brother-in-law of Doris Mann, Marjorie Gallant and Marilyn Blanchard. Also survived by special nieces Bev, Darlene, Millie, Debbie and Lori.Predeceased by brother Ellsworth Mann and by sisters Pearl (Kenneth) Clark, Wanda (Earle) Dyment, Edna (Joseph) Harding and Marjorie (Malcolm) Milton.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington. Due to Covid 19 restrictions no public visitation can held.  The private funeral service will be available to view online after 11 a.m. on Thursday, May 13, 2021.   Interment in People’s Cemetery, Kensington. If so desired contributions may be made to Kensington United Church or the Lung Association.www.davisonfh.comClick here to view a slideshow of Thane\'s Life 

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Hugh John Corbett
Peacefully with his family at his side at the Summerset Manor Summerside on Sunday May 9, 2021 of Hugh John Corbett of Summerside aged 82 years. Born in South Granville, March 25, 1939, son of the late Stirling and Catherine (Bears) Corbett.Father of Gail (Robert) Doyle and Jonathan (Jill) Corbett. Grandfather of Todd, Michael, Alison, Stephen and Thomas.Dear friend of Barbara Delaney and her children Cheryl and Donnie.Brother of Louise Beaton and Catherine (George) Ferguson. Brother-in-law of Nancy Corbett. Also surviving are a number of nieces and nephews.Predeceased by his son Albert Corbett, brother Bill Corbett, brother-in-law Gus Beaton and infant sister Mabel Elaine.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington. Due to Covid 19 restrictions, no public visitation will be held. A private funeral service will be available to view online on the funeral home’s website after 11 a.m. on Friday May 14, 2021. Interment in the South Granville Cemetery.  If so desired contributions may be made to the South Granville Cemetery Fund. www.davisonfh.com Click Here to View Slideshow

Found:Jun ,09 2021 09:14:35

John G. Parker
Peacefully with his family by his side at the Prince County Hospital Summerside on Friday May 7th, 2021 of John G. Parker of Summerside and formerly of North Carleton aged 89 years.  Born in Charlottetown, February 22, 1932, son of the late George and Hazel (Dockerty) Parker.Husband of Marion (Wright) Parker.  Father of Susan (Adair) McDonald, Wayne (Sharon), Janet (Shane) Lefurgey, Karen (Donnie) MacInnis, Brian (Lana) and Tasha. Grandfather of 12 grandchildren and 10 Great-grandchildren.  Sister of Shirley (David) Smith.  Brother-in-law of Howard MacPhail, Carl (Vivian) Wright and Douglas (Rachel) Wright.  Also survived by several nieces and nephews.Predeceased by sisters Doris (Judd) Clow, Florence Dow, Marion (Arnold) Francis and Jean MacPhail.Special Thanks to Dr. J. Sharpe and Dr. T. McDonell and all  the wonderful nursing staff at the Prince County Hospital.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington.  Due to Covid 19 restrictions, no public visitation will be held.  A private funeral service will be available to view online on the funeral home’s website after 2 p.m. on Wednesday May 12, 2021.  Interment later in the Searletown Cemetery.  If so desired contributions may be made to the Prince County Hospital Foundation. www.davisonfh.com

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Doris K. Woods
At the Prince County Hospital Summerside on Wednesday May 5th, 2021 of Doris K. Woods of French River aged 75 years.  Born in Kimberly BC, May 26,1945 daughter of the late John and Ola (Bernard) Woods.  She is survived by her sons John (Marla) Bernard and Paul (Tracy) Bernard.  Grandmother of Bailea, Samantha, Sam and Nathan.Sister of Olive Steinwandt, Fernie BC, Doug (Colleen) Woods, Canal Flats, BC, Norma (Eric) Janzen, BC,  sister-in-law Dorothy Woods and brothers-in-law Gerald (Delores) Bernard and Wendell Thompson. Also survived by Several nieces and nephews.Predeceased by her daughter Leiana Marie Bernard, her former husband and friend Wayne Bernard, brothers Peter (Verna) Woods, Dave Woods, Harold Woods, sister-in-law Joan Thompson and brothers-in-law Sonny Steinwandt and Donald Bernard.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington. Due to Covid 19 restrictions, no public visitation will be held.  A private committal service will be available to view online after 1 p.m. on Saturday May 8th.  Interment in Geddie Memorial Cemetery Spring Brook.  If so desired contributions may be made to the International Children’s Memorial Place.www.davisonfh.com

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Eleanor R. MacNeill
\"What a beautiful difference one life made.\"Suddenly at home on Monday May 3, 2021 of Eleanor R. MacNeill of  Cavendish aged 82 years.  Born in Kensington, March 15, 1939 daughter of the late J. Roy and Verna M. (Cousins) MacArthur.   Cherished wife for 62 years to Alvin MacNeill.  Beloved mother of Douglas (Toronto), Kevin (Heather), and Garth (Donna) MacNeill.  Loving Grannie of Lance (Emilie), Mikaela (Alex Kelly), Janaya, Spencer and Morgan MacNeill. Dear sister of Marion Millar (Gerald deceased), Marjorie (Sam) MacKay and Bradford-deceased (Dianne) MacArthur and sister-in-law of Eric (Norma) MacNeill. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.Eleanor loved her home in beautiful Cavendish. She treasured her time with family and friends. Alvin and Eleanor opened their home and hearts to many loved ones from around the world.  Family, friends and guests made many memories in her kitchen sitting around her dining room table. Special family friends, Bob and Donna and Kathy and Mary have returned summer after summer for over 40 years to spend family time with the MacNeills at Parkview Farms Tourist Home.  Eleanor was a wonderful ambassador, representing the tourism industry of Prince Edward Island for over 60 years.  She was dedicated in ensuring that visitors and summertime neighbors always had a \"home away from home\" experience. Eleanor loved her church and her community. She was a devoted UCW member and church organist of Cavendish United Church. She was instrumental in welcoming new community members and served in many capacities with the Cavendish Women\'s Institute. She will be missed at the annual strawberry socials, pancake breakfasts, and community potlucks.  Her friends will miss her at her winter card  parties and they will certainly miss her sense of humour.Eleanor\'s devotion was first and foremost with her soulmate, Alvin and their dairy farm, her sons, daughter in laws and her grandkids. She loved to host, to cook, to shop and visit springtime yard sales. The grandkids loved to raid her cookie jar, spend time playing games with her and listen to her stories.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington.  Due to Covid 19 restrictions, no public visitation can be held.  A private funeral service will be available to view online on the funeral home’s website after 2 p.m. on Friday.  Interment in The Cavendish Cemetery.  If so desired contributions may be made to The Cavendish Cemetery Fund or Diabetes Canada.www.davisonfh.com Click here to view a slideshow of Eleanor\'s Life

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Synthia H. Allum
At the Prince County Hospital Summerside on Friday April 30, 2021 of Synthia Helen Allum of  Wilmot Valley aged 74 years.  Born in Halifax, daughter of the late Charles Drewett and Gladys (Clarke) Drewett. Synthia was the last surviving member of her family, predeceased by her husband William and sisters, Audrey and Gloria.Survived by her sons Steven (Nancy), Grandchildren Russell, Holly, Grace and great grandchild Wynter of California and Blaine (Michelle) Frost Grandchild Rylan of Ottawa.While being raised in Spryfield, NS, Synthia would spend summers in Wilmot Valley with the Clarke\'s. She would later spend her adult years in Ontario. The Valley drew her back the remaining 35 years of her life. A wonderful caring mother, who was taken from us too soon, will be dearly missed.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington. Due to Covid 19 restrictions no services will be held at this time.  If so desired contributions may be made to the Cancer Society. www.davisonfh.com

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Weston Arthur Rayner
With heavy hearts… on June 8th, 2021 at home surrounded by family, and special friend Cindy, following a courageous battle with lung cancer, of Weston Arthur Rayner of Wilmot Valley.  Weston was born in Summerside to parents Ron and Carol (Thomson) Rayner of Central Bedeque.  Weston was a true outdoorsman who absolutely loved his time outside.  He loved to hunt, fish and spend quality time at the cottage.  Digging bar clams was one of his favourite pastimes as well as time with family.  His latest interest was fishing striped bass.Weston graduated with a degree in engineering from T.U.N.S.  He was the owner and operator of Rayner Ventures Inc., building new homes and priding himself on his workmanship and customer satisfaction.Weston will be lovingly remembered by his parents Ron and Carol, sons Benjamin and Thomas and their mother Natalie.  Siblings, Gwenn Rayner (Andrew Good), Tracy MacKay (Todd). Special friend Cindy Barlow.  Predeceased by his grandparents, Arthur and Glen Thomson, Helen and Weston Rayner.Cremation has taken place under the care and direction of Davison Funeral Home Kensington.  No visitation by Weston’s request.  Due to covid 19 restrictions, funeral will be by invitation only and will be available to view online on the funeral home’s website after 11am on Friday June 11th . Weston will be laid to rest in the family plot in Lower Bedeque Cemetery.Memorial contributions in Weston’s memory can be made to the Prince County Hospital, or a charity of your choice.Online condolences and sharing of memories can be forwarded to the family via www.davisonfh.com.

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Martin Duncan Jorgensen
At the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Thursday, May 20, 2021 of Martin Duncan Jorgensen of Millcove and formerly of Fredericton, age 75 years.Loving father of Shannon Bingley (Morley) Sylvan Lake, Alberta and Cara Jorgensen (Shane Prest) Upper Stewiacke, Nova Scotia.  Survived by 3 grandchildren Mitchell, Asia and Seth.Loving brother of Heather Graham (Ward) Shamrock; Carl Jorgensen (Shirley) Barrington, Nova Scotia; Karen Webster (Don) Halifax, Nova Scotia and Valerie Gauthier (Stephen) Truro, Nova Scotia.Predeceased by his father Knud Jorgensen and his mother Catherine Jorgensen (nee MacNevin).Martin thoroughly enjoyed driving his customers at City Taxi.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington.  Due to current Covid 19 restriction no public visitation will be held. Interment will be held at Pleasant Valley United Church Cemetery.In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Pleasant Valley United Church Cemetery or the Heart and Stroke Foundation.  www.davisonfh.com

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Vernon L. Millar
Vernon Lloyd Millar, son of the late Sterling and Etta (Ramsay), beloved husband of the late Helen Millar for 67+ years, passed away peacefully at his home in Kelvin Grove on May 16, 2021.  Father of Marilyn (Dennis) Gabriel, Centerville, NS, Catherine Millar, Charlottetown, Shirley (David) MacLean, Charlottetown, Wendy Millar (Dave), Lower Sackville NS,  and Betty Jean Millar (Harvey), Kingston ON. Grandfather of Jeff (Roxanna) Gabriel, Waverly NS and Rev. Dr. Andrew (Krista) Gabriel, Saskatoon SK. Great grandfather of Adelyn, Mylah and Rayelle Gabriel.Brother of the late Erving (late June)(friend Ella Simmons), late Edgar (Betty), Marion (late Bruce) Profitt, late Gerald (Marion) Millar and Astrid (late Edwin) Johnson (Windsor Arsenault).Brother-in-law of William (late Helen) Cairns, late Winnifred (Rev. Dr. William McDowell), late Georgina (Douglas) Ferguson, late Louise (Don) McConaghy, Amy (late Peter) Borys. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins.Dad’s wishes to remain at home were able to be honoured with the great assistance from East Prince Palliative Home Care Team, his daughters and special friends.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington. Due to Covid 19 restrictions, no public visitation may be held.  The private funeral service at the Kensington United church will be available to view online after 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday.  Interment in the North Bedeque Cemetery. No Flowers please. If so desired contributions may be made to The Kensington United Church or the Prince County Hospital Foundation.www.davisonfh.com

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Viola C. Taylor
At the Prince County Hospital Summerside on Saturday May 15, 2021 of Viola Celia Taylor of Kensington aged 93 years.  Born in Middleton, PEI, June 2, 1927, daughter of the late Keir and Alice (MacQuarrie) Allen.  Wife of the late Harry E. Taylor.  Mother of Allen Taylor (Rick Vanderkooi), Chelton and Ferne (Doug) Profitt, Kensington, and grandmother to Heather Profitt–Robinson (Paul Robinson). Great-grandmother to Peyton Rose Robinson.Sister-in- law of  Marion Allen, Summerside.  Predeceased by sister Alma (Keith) Affleck, brother Everett Allen, and sister-in-law Ruth (Lyman) Morrison.Viola and Harry were married for 62 years.  During this time they thoroughly enjoyed traveling and Square Dancing through out Canada and The United States.Resting at the Davison Funeral Home Kensington. Due to Covid 19 restrictions there will be no public visitation.  A private service will be available to view online after  2 p.m. on Tuesday May 18, 2021. Interment in People’s Cemetery Malpeque.  If so desired memorial contributions may be made to the Prince County Hospital Foundation .www.davisonfh.com

Found:Jun ,09 2021 09:14:34