Ginnie Roach
Obituary of Ginnie RoachPeacefully the death occurred at Whisperwood Villa on Saturday, September 18, 2021 of Mary Virginia Ginnie Roach of Charlottetown, age 97 years.Wife of the late Lemuel Stephen Roach. Ginnie was born in Inverness, Cape Breton, NS and leaves to mourn her sister Rita Bourque, sisters-in-law Mildred Hilchie and Viola Acorn and numerous nieces and nephews.Resting at Hillsboro Funeral Home, Stratford. Due to current restrictions a private funeral service will be held by invitation only. No visitation by request.Interment in the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Charlottetown.A video of the funeral service is available by clicking on the funeral video tab on the left side of this death notice.

Found:Oct ,25 2021 13:08:15

Tuddy Cain
Obituary of Tuddy CainPeacefully at the Atlantic Baptist Home on September 18, 2021, the death occurred of Jessie Anne “Tuddy” (Graham) Cain, formerly of Bunbury and Murray Harbour North, age 79.Loving mother of Sean (Janet Clark) and proud Grammy of Julia. Tuddy will be missed by her siblings Allan, Ronnie, Elaine, Dianne Fraser (Norbert), Ben, Blair and Shawn as well as in-laws Rose Valley (Buddy), Zita and Robert (Dianne) Cain. Predeceased by her husband Frank, parents Guy and Martha (French) Graham, brothers Larry and Boyd Graham, sister Sheila Soloman (Roger), Frank’s parents Arthur and Lottie (Farrell) and his brothers Jim, Bill and Harold. She is fondly remembered by many nieces and nephews.Resting at Hillsboro Funeral Home, Stratford.  Due to current restrictions, a private family visitation and funeral service will be held.Interment will take place at St. Joachim’s, Vernon River.For their loving and compassionate care, the family wishes to thank the staff of Atlantic Baptist Home, Charlotte Residence, Drs. Susan Stewart, Angus Beck, and George Carruthers.From the one room schools in White Sands and Wheatley River to St. Jean Elementary, Tuddy was a teacher. She enjoyed the outdoors, especially Panmure Island. Take a walk or enjoy the sunshine in her memory. If so desired, memorial donations may be made to the Upper Room Hospitality Ministry - www.urhm.orgFuneral video may be viewed by clicking on the funeral video tab on the left side of this death notice.

Found:Oct ,25 2021 13:08:14

Winnifred Gertrude Carter
Obituary of Winnifred Gertrude CarterWinnifred G. Carter (Farrow) passed away at her residence in Cornwall on Monday, September 27, 2021 at the age of 77 years.  Loving mother of Wilma Carter (Denis Patenaude), Cynthia Geyhs (Josef) and Trevor (Samantha Hearnshaw). Winnifred will be missed by brother Gordon Farrow (Cathy) and survived by numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Predeceased by her husband Albert Carter and siblings Mary and George.Resting at Hillsboro Funeral Home, Stratford.  A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Memorial donations may be made online to the PEI Humane Society.

Found:Oct ,25 2021 13:08:13

Judith L. Bezeredi
Obituary of Judith L. BezerediOctober 15, 1938 – September 27, 2021Judith Löb Bezeredi passed away in her 82nd year from sudden cardiac arrest. She is survived by her son, John, and daughter, Alexandra (Francesco), and her grandchildren Maya Bezeredi, Matteo and Emma Caramazza. Judith was born in Budapest, Hungary and grew up on a country estate during World War II. She lost her father in the war when she was 4. She later returned to Budapest and then moved with her widowed mother and stepfather to Moscow, Russia where she developed a lifelong love of Russian literature. She was about to enter medical school when the Hungarian revolution broke out in October 1956. She fled to Austria and then moved on to the United Kingdom (UK) where she learned English while working as an au pair for a lord and lady. She could not stay in the UK; so, she headed to Canada, winding up in Vancouver, B.C. She worked for the Bank of Montreal, married Tibor Bezeredi in 1960 and had her children in quick succession. When her husband decided to do his psychiatric residency at the University of Michigan, they moved to Ann Arbor, where Judith not only obtained a B.A. at the university, but worked for the American Red Cross as an accountant while raising two small children. When she and her family returned to Vancouver in 1966, Judith worked as an accountant and then did graduate studies in Russian literature, obtaining a Master’s degree from UBC in 1973. She was hired as an executive by Crown Zellerbach and then MacMillan Bloedel. Judith eventually divorced and moved to Victoria, working as an economist for the BC ministry of trade and investment. She returned to Vancouver, earned an MBA at Simon Fraser University in 1980, worked as a mortgage broker and was eventually hired as a senior manager at the Vancouver Health Department, responsible for the budget and finances. In the late 1980’s, Judith moved to Moscow to oversee the management of the Aerostar hotel. She eventually moved back to her childhood home of Budapest, heading the finance and administration team at the newly established Regional Environmental Center. In the early 1990’s, some friends introduced her to the joys of wine-growing around Lake Balaton – and she was hooked, purchasing an idyllic country house and vineyard in the small town of Csopak. At this point, Judith started to slow down a little, consulting for the Soros Foundation, KPMG and various private sector projects in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Malaysia and Ethiopia. Her last move was to Charlottetown, PEI, in 2008 where she could be close to the sea and enjoy a lovely and gentle place. She was active in her community, serving as the President of the Seniors Activity Center and supporting local bridge clubs. Wherever she lived and worked, Judith made friends easily. She loved to knit things for friends and family, cook, entertain guests and cap it all off with bridge – her favorite pastime in the world. She also liked to grow things, whether it was flowers, trees, grapes, raspberries or persimmons. She was a natural mentor, especially for women. Judith’s accomplishments belie the sexism she encountered every step of the way in her work and life. She fought for women’s right to work, be financially independent and enjoy the same opportunities and professional respect as male peers. She kept in touch with courageous women all over the world, inspiring and being inspired. Judith loved to read about Russian literature, Hungarian history, Asian culture (where she travelled extensively), linguistics, American politics, canine companions and anything about Canada. She was curious and well informed and definitely not shy about sharing her opinions – a charismatic lady who cared deeply about her family, friends and community. In keeping with her wishes, there will be a private farewell by Judith’s family following her cremation. Arrangements entrusted to Hillsboro Funeral Home, Stratford.  

Found:Oct ,25 2021 13:08:12

Murray James Todd
Obituary of Murray James ToddThe death occurred in Charlottetown on Wednesday, September 29, 2021, of Murray James Todd of Charlottetown, age 32 years. He will be missed by his mother Dani (James). Dear brother of Shelley Todd, Jaemi James and Emiley Newbury. Lovingly remembered by his stepmother Cynde Thompson. Murray will be missed by his nephews and nieces Adam Bosse, Ethan Grant, Jaden Grant, and Cordelia Newbury-Murray. Predeceased by his father Kelsie Todd. Resting at Hillsboro Funeral Home, Stratford. No visitation or funeral service. The family will hold a private celebration of life gathering. Memorial donations may be made to the Lennon Recovery House. What doesn\'t show in this picture of this larger than life personality is his involvement with drug addiction and the devasting toll it took on our family and himself, ultimately resulting in his accidental loss of life. In Murray\'s memory if only one life is saved than his death is not in vain. I love you more than anything” from Murray Todd. 

Found:Oct ,25 2021 13:08:10

Hugh Douglas Gough
Obituary of Hugh Douglas GoughThe death occurred at his residence in Charlottetown on Friday, October 2, 2021 of Hugh Douglas Gough, age 73 years. Dear brother of Bruce (Dorece MacMillan). Hugh is fondly remembered by nephew JR Gough (Lisa MacInnis), Summerside and niece Jacqueline Gough (Michael Corey), Calgary, Alberta, as well as grandnephews Kalen Gough and Lincoln Corey and grandniece Anna Michelle Corey.  Hugh was a long-time antique dealer, collector and picker all over Eastern Canada. Predeceased by his parents John and Frances (Andrews) Gough and sister-in-law Michelle Gough. Resting at Hillsboro Funeral Home, Stratford. Due to current restrictions a funeral service will be held by invitation only. Interment in St. Francis of Assisi and St. Martin of Tours Cemetery, Cumberland. Memorial donations may be made to the cemetery by email transfer to admin@goodshepherdpei.com. www.hillsborofh.ca

Found:Oct ,25 2021 13:08:09

Ayse Kayisoglu
Obituary of Ayse KayisogluAyse Kayisoglu of Stratford and formerly of Istanbul, Turkey, passed away at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Monday, October 11, 2021 at the age of 50 years. Beloved wife of Akin and loving mother of Yigit and Ipek. Resting at Hillsboro Funeral Home, Stratford. A private family gathering will be held.

Found:Oct ,25 2021 13:08:08

Doris Monica McDearmid
Obituary of Doris Monica McDearmidOn Monday, October 11th 2021, Doris McDearmid, loving wife and mother of six children, peacefully passed away at the age of 85. Mom was born on November 15th, 1935 in Vernon Bridge, PEI to James and Monica Murphy. Raised in a large and loving Irish family, Mom knew from an early age that she wanted a family of her own. In 1955 she married the love of her life, George. Together they raised 6 children Monica Macdonald (Tom - deceased), Brett McDearmid, Ray McDearmid (Rachel), Tony McDearmid (deceased), Rosemary Bowlan (Dave), and Jennifer Penny (John). Mom gave her children the gift of unconditional love and support. As one of mom’s kids you always knew that no matter what, she was in your corner. Mom adored her grandchildren Mary, Elizabeth, Rebecca, Luke, Jacob, Matthew, and Kaitlyn. In her final years she and Dad were thrilled to welcome their great grandchildren Afton, Judah, Ethan, Keagan, Asher, Audrey, Wren, and Charlie to weekly “visiting hours” at their home in Charlottetown. She will be remembered for her gratitude, love, and laughter. We are so thankful for the life we had with her. Resting at Hillsboro Funeral Home, Stratford. A private service will be held for immediate family only.  Interment in Our Lady of the Assumption Parish Cemetery. Online memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.

Found:Oct ,25 2021 13:08:06

Peter Young
Obituary of Peter Young Peter Young, 1935 to 2021    It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of a wonderful husband and father, and a friend to many. Peter passed away peacefully at home in Stratford, PEI on October 12th, after a brief illness, with Joan and Zoey by his side.     Peter is survived by his wife Joan and his daughter Tracey (Chris), his loving dog Zoey, sisters-in-law Siony and Joyce (Jim), and goddaughters Christine and Alana (Dan), his cousin Edna, as well as many nephews and nieces whom he loved dearly. He is predeceased by his parents Willian and Lily Young (Ellis), and siblings Bill (Pat), John (Lil), Tony, and Joan Pearl (Jack)     Peter was born in London, England and recalls spending many nights under the stairs as a child during World War II, or going to school with his gas mask kit, and then later as part of Operation Pied Piper, being evacuated to the English countryside with millions of other children, with name tags around their necks for identification and their emergency kits slung over their backs.     Peter served in the RAF, and is a veteran of the Korean War. In 1960 he joined the London Metropolitan Police, stationed at Paddington Green Station as a London Bobby. He then immigrated to Canada in 1966, where he first worked as an Air Frame Mechanic at Bombardier. and then later as an Operator for the Toronto Transit Commission for 29 years. He always had a love for planes and trains.     Peter and Joan married in Toronto in May 1984, and then retired to Norwood, Ontario in 1998. In 2004 they moved to Murray Harbour, PEI, and then later on to Stratford in 2019. Wherever he went, he touched the hearts of many with his kindness and dry sense of humour. He was always there to lend a hand to anyone who needed it.     He loved animals, and you could always find Zoey by this side. The two of them enjoyed daily long walks together. He was an avid cyclist, and up until last year, he would venture out and bike the number of kilometres of his age. His other passion was Soccer. He was a Tottenham supporter from afar.     On behalf of Peter, Tracey and I would like to express our heartfelt thanks to Dr. Alex McKinnon, Dr Nicolas Mooney, and the INR nurses from the Montague Health Centre and the Kings County Memorial Hospital, for your compassion and kindness. And in Peter’s final days, our deepest thanks go out to Dr Janet Baker, of Palliative Care in Charlottetown, to Kim MacMillan from the Health PEI Home Care Office in Charlottetown, to Mary McBride from Kings County Ambulatory Care, and our very special thanks to Alice MacLeod, our friend and neighbour, who has been with us every step of the way on Peter’s journey, since September 21st. Alice, there are no words to express our thanks to you, for all the care and comfort you gave to Peter, and to me; your compassion and commitment is next to none. We would not have been able to get through this without you. Because of you, Peter was able to be comfortable and remain at home, until his journey came to an end. I am not surprised that on his final day Peter asked you if you were divorced yet, so we also thank you Malcolm, for sharing your Alice with us. Through all this, Peter never lost his sense of humour. Thank you all for allowing Peter to slip away so peacefully, and on his own terms.     We would also like to thank our families and friends from near and far, for all the love and support during this time. And to our community here in Southside Greens, we can’t thank you enough for all that you have done for us, you most certainly are our PEI Family. From walking Zoey to taking Zoey into your homes, I can’t tell you how much this meant to Peter and I; and for all the drop-offs of food, groceries, supplies, medicines and for just being there for us over the last 6 weeks, and for still being there for me. There are no words to express our thanks to all of you for your kindness, and for just being here for us.     And to my darling Peter, thank you from the bottom of my heart for sharing your life with me, for always taking care of me, helping and encouraging me to reach my goals, and for always having my back. I miss you terribly and find it so terribly hard to not have you by my side, but you still live in my heart and you always will. You were my soul mate and best friend, and always will be.     Peter is now resting at the Hillsboro Funeral Home, Stratford, PE. As per Peter’s wishes, there will be no visitation or funeral service. Memorial donations may be made to the Provincial Palliative Care Centre, Elder Dog Canada, or Fox Aid PEI.  

Found:Oct ,25 2021 13:08:04

Wayne MacLeod
Obituary of Wayne MacLeodWayne MacLeod of Stratford passed away peacefully surrounded by his family at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Friday, October 15, 2021 at the age of 78 years. Dear husband of Doris (Hunter) and father of Vicki MacLeod (Jeremy Orlowski) and Trevor (Mary Ellen). Grandfather of Seth and Maya MacLeod and Brooklyn and Camryn Carver. Nephew of Edith MacLeod. Wayne is fondly remembered by the Campbell and Hunter families. Predeceased by his parents Waldo and Margie (MacKenzie) MacLeod and siblings Keith MacLeod and Claudia and Beverly in infancy. Resting at Hillsboro Funeral Home, Stratford. Due to current restrictions a private visitation (invitation only and Vax Pass required) and funeral service will be held. Interment in Dundas Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made online to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation.

Found:Oct ,25 2021 13:08:03

“Betty” Maude Auld (nee Matthews)
Peacefully at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Friday, October 22, 2021 of Betty Auld (nee Matthews) of Charlottetown, age 77 years. Loving mother of Trent (Evelyn) Auld, Michelle Auld and Joy Auld. She is also survived by her special grandson Chad Guthrie; grandchildren Savannah, Tamara, Angela, April, Cody and Chelsey; great grandchildren Joasis, MacKenzie, Zach, Payton, Bennett, Emerson, Connor, Seth, Lilly and Lennon; brothers Bill Matthews and David (Charlene) Matthews and her nephew Sam Matthews.She was predeceased by her parents Bill and Verna (nee Haynes) Matthews.No visitation or funeral service by personal request. A graveside service will be held at a later date in the family plot at Floral Hills Memorial Gardens, Pleasant Valley.Arrangements entrusted to the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home. Online condolences may be made at www.islandowned.ca

Found:Oct ,25 2021 12:00:43

Barbara Allison Parke (nee Graham)