Chester Havelock Noiles
Family and friends of the late Chester Havelock Noiles, gathered at Campbell’s Funeral Home in Sackville, N.B., on Saturday, March 10, 2012, at 2 p.m. to celebrate his life and mourn his passing.
Rev. Hal Lowther officiated, reading various scripture sentences and giving a wonderful message in memory of Chester. Chester’s daughter Marlene Edmonds wrote a moving tribute in memory of her father, which was read by Susan Davies.
Chester was remembered as a hard-worker and a loyal man.
He loved gardening, cutting wood on his woodland, fishing, hunting, bowling and playing cards with his buddies.
Chester, a devoted family man and friend, will be remembered for his hearty laugh and bear hugs. Musical selections included, “How Great Thou Art” by Tommy Hunter, “I Will Always Love You” by Dolly Parton, one of his favorite singers and “Dance With My Father Again” by Luther Vandross.
At the conclusion of the service, pallbearers Jim Edmonds, Henri Leger, Ronnie Stone, Lorne Small, David Sears, David Johnson, Paul Devarennes and Bruce Wood, escorted Chester’s casket to the hearse. Honorary bearers Edgar Estabrooks and Jack Phinney carried flowers and the Sackville Lion’s Club, of which Chester was a lifetime member, formed an honour guard.
A time of fellowship and remembrance was held following the service at Campbell’s Funeral Home, with refreshments provided by the Midgic Baptist Church Ladies.
Burial will take place in the Midgic Cemetery.
Many memorial memory of Chester.
He will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him.
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Frank Winfred Milner, 83, of Sackville, passed away peacefully with his family by his side at the Sackville Memorial Hospital on Saturday, March 24, 2012 following a truly courageous battle with ALS.
Born in Sackville, Frank was a son of the late John and Serena (Ward) Milner.
A former employee of Mt. Allison University he retired as foreman of the Grounds Dept. after 39 years of service. Frank was an avid outdoorsman and a very hard worker. He loved his family and was especially proud of his three grandaughters, Kaitlyn, Kelsey, and Leah.
Frank will be sadly missed by his wife of 49 years, Madeline (nee Bulmer), Sackville; one son,