Ch­ester Have­lock Noiles

Sackville Tribune - - RELIGION -

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,


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