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Rick will be greatly missed by his many nieces and nephews and close friends who appreciated his quick wit and zest for life. Interment to follow in Resurrection Cemetery, Sydney Forks. She was in her 84th year and her passing followed a general illness. Born and raised in New Waterford, she was the eldest daughter of the late Joseph and Margaret 'Maggie' (Wadden) Mc Lellan. An avid motorcycle enthusiast, he was a former member of the Pegasus Motorcycle Club.
Rick began his career in 1976, at the Fortress of Louisbourg as a draftsman, later as a watchman/fireman and remembered fondly all those he worked with. Her late husband was County Court Judge here for many years and he was a member of one of Sydney's oldest and best known families. Like so many others at that time, Marie moved to Toronto at a young age to get her start in life. Georgina Ann Donnison-Boutilier 1924-2008 Sydney - Georgina Ann Donnison-Boutilier of Sydney, passed away Tuesday, Feb. At one time he worked in the mines and as a truck and taxi driver in the Halifax area before returning to Cape Breton.
He was a member of the Bras d’Or Pensioners Club and the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #19, and a union member of the International Longshoreman Association. Margarets Bay, his 10 grandchildren, Noel Mac Lean, Chrisanna, Sarah, Jenny Dobrowolski, Kenny Mac Queen, Shirleen and Brandon Mac Donald, T. Dooley Funeral Home, 107 Pleasant St., North Sydney. She was brought up in Boston and New York but lived in Cape Bretonsince her marriage. He is survived by his loving spouse, Bonnie Elliott and stepson, Jason Covey; his mother, Ardath and his sister, Anthea (Mary) Dockwrey and many, many friends . degrees with first class honours followed by his Ph D. Peter did art for the reason that art should be done - for the amusement of his friends . A memorial service and celebration of Peter's life will be held next summer . She was in different clubs and organizations, but the best thing she did in life was that of a good mother. Mom enjoyed every Christmas with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Everyone loved Christmas at Nanny Oly's. Violet is survived by her husband of 63 years, Frank Donato; and her five children, Judy (Aubrey), Sis, Joe (Joanne), Frankie (Sue) and Jake.
J., Francis and Jennifer Lynn Dobrowolski and his companion, Stella ‘Daisy’ Edmunds . Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, Charles in 1981 and her brother, James Stephen in 1975. Peter Dockwrey Born In: Sydney Passed on: December 14th, 2012Dr. Born in Sydney, he was the son of Ardath and the late George Dockwrey. The family would like to thank the nurses, doctors and staff in the Intensive Care Unit at the Annapolis Valley Regional Hospital who took extraordinary measures to comfort and support Peter and his family and friends throughout their time there . She also had seven grandchildren, Harold, Vance, Judy, Jimmy, Tanya, Robin and Tara; and eight great-grandchildren, who all loved their Nan very much. She is also survived by one sister, Emma Krvzanowski, St.
He willingly volunteered his time, assisting with the interchurch clothing depot in Kentville and participating in church services held at the Kings Correctional Centre and Evergreen Home for Special Care. Donald Mac Odrum Passes Suddenly ()Photo was Attached to Newspaper article) Native of Marion Bridge, and the first Cape Bretoner elected to the important post of Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, Rev. His passing has caused widespread regret in Cape Breton where he was highly esteemed and widely known. Mac Odrum Dies Suddenly at Brockville Moderator of Presbyterian Church Succumbs to Heart Attack BROCKVILLE, Ont., June 20 - (CP) - Rev. Maxwell Mac Odrum, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, this city, left on last night's express for Brockville, Ontario to attend the obsequies, having been notified late yesterday afternoon of the unexpected passing of his esteemed and greatly beloved father. Joshua had a great love of family and life in general.
Family flowers only, donations may be made to a charity of choice. A private family service will be held in Toronto with interment following in the Assumption Catholic Cemetery. Besides his fellow priests and former parishioners, Msgr. She is survived by her sons, James (Theresa) and Robert, both of Sydney; a sister, Effie Williams (the late Charles), Sydney; three grandchildren, Tamara, Kelly (Jamie Koop), Jimmy; one great-grandchild, Connor; nephew, Graham (Betty) Williams; and stepchildren, Margaret, Thomas, Andrew and Janet. Robert Lawrence 'Bob' Donohue Born In: New Victoria Passed on: February 12th, 2013It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Robert Donohue. Leonard’s Parish Hall, Convent Street, immediately following the funeral mass. She was a grade 11 student at Cabot High School in Neils Harbour. Also surviving are sisters, Pam (Andy) Doherty, Kathy (John) Mac Krous, Nancy (Dale) Mac Dougall; and a brother, Parker (Myr na) Doucette. She was the wife of Allan 'Bump' Donovan and the daughter of Marie Delaney and stepdaughter of the late Ronald Delaney. He will be lovingly remembered and missed by daughters, Carol (David) Westbury, Beth (Vic) Kalutich, all of Calgary, Donna (Graham) Duffy, Riverview, N. C.; seven grandchildren, Darin (Christine) Ramsay, Cheryl (Ted) Oloriz, Ross Westbury, Jodi Westbury, Cara Mac Donald, Jenny Mac Donald, Ryan Mac Donald; two step-grandchildren, Todd and Kerry Kalutich; one great-grandchild, Charlize Oloriz; two step great-grandchildren, Devon Munroe and Nicholas Kalutich; a brother, Charles (June), Sydney; a sisterin-law, Shirley Mac Donald; several nieces and nephews. A funeral service followed by a reception will be held at 1 p.m. 21 in the White Family Funeral Home, Kentville, Rev. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the White Family Funeral Home, Kentville. Minister of First Presbyterian Church here since 1925, Rev. His many friends throughout the Maritime Provinces will sincerely mourn his passing. NATIVE A week ago he was elevated to the most important post in the gift (Continued on page seven) of the Presbyterian Church and it was the first time in history that a native of Cape Breton was chosen for such an important office. Mac Odrum was one of Cape Breton's best known sons and a prominent figure in the life of the Presbyterian Church from the days of his ordination. STUNNED Members of the Presbyterian congregation of Cape Breton, as well as hundreds of friends, and acquaintances of the late Moderator were stunned last night and today to learn of the death of Rev. Mac Odrum and expressions of profound regret were expressed on all sides. He inspired everyone with strength, courage, bravery and a very positive attitude. He is survived by his best friend and wife, Ryan; brother, Jimmy (Andrea) Donato, Sydney Mines; sister, Judy Scollick (Andrew), Halifax; nieces, Kate, Maria, Sophia and Erica; nephews, Luke, Mitchell and special buddy, Dean; grandparents, Frank and Violet Donato; aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. He was a charter member of the Sydney Branch of the Sons of Temperance. A private family burial will take place in the Hillaton Cemetery, Kings County. Donations in memory may be made to your local chapter of the Heart and Stroke Foundation or to a charity of your choice. Donald Mac Odrum recently elected Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, died suddenly at his home today of a heart attack. Mac Odrum, was in his pulpit at the Manse Street church as usual yesterday and was apparently in good health until this afternoon when he (Continued on page Two) Page two CHURCH HEADS PAY HIGH TRIBUTE TO (continued from page one) been an inspiring and energetic leader in the capacity of moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Canada had he been spared to carry on the work of that high office to which he was so recently appointed. PLANNED VISIT The late Moderator had planned to visit Cape Breton during the summer, and to renew old friendships and acquaintances in this Atlantic swept island. He had a competitive nature especially when playing X-Box with his friends. Also surviving are sisters, Casilda (Jack) Beddow, Sydney Mines, and Sharon (Klaus) Heinrich, Bedford; brother, David (Eileen) Lyle, Bras d'Or. She is also survived by one sister, Emma Krvzanowski, St.
Laura Isabel Dodd, 86, widow of Judge Dodd, died today in hospital here. She will be sadly missed by everyone who knew and loved her. She is survived by her three children, Nick (Shona), Sydney Mines, Paula (Jamie) and Darren, Lower Sackville; 10 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews, all whom loved her dearly. at Immaculate Conception Church, Sydney Mines, officiated by Fr. Mom enjoyed every Christmas with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She also had seven grandchildren, Harold, Vance, Judy, Jimmy, Tanya, Robin and Tara; and eight great-grandchildren, who all loved their Nan very much. N., Sydney; Lena Johnstone, Halifax; Murray, Edmund, and Lewis Johnstone, Toronto are grandnephews, and grandnieces are Mrs. He was organist and choir director of the Sydney Baptist Church for 40 years and a private piano teacher in the Sydney area until his retirement to the Annapolis Valley, where he was most recently a resident at Evergreen Home for Special Care. He was a son of Joe and Joanne (Brown) Donato, Sydney Mines.