Daryl Faye (Grant) Fill­more

Sackville Tribune - - RELIGION/COMMUNITY -

SACKVILLE, N.B.- It is with deep sad­ness that we must an­nounce the passing of Daryl Faye Fill­more, at the Sackville Me­mo­rial Hospi­tal on Thurs­day, June 15, 2017 at the age of 76.

Born in Monc­ton, N.B. on Jan­uary 4, 1941, she was the daugh­ter of the late Blanche (Smith) and Dorsey Grant.

Daryl will be lov­ingly re­mem­bered by her grand­daugh­ter, Danielle of Bri­tish Columbia; her two great-grand­daugh­ters; her spe­cial friend, An­gela Mun­dle and her fam­ily, as well as by her care-giver, April Strong.

Be­sides her par­ents, Daryl was pre-de­ceased by her hus­band of 39 years, Car­man Fill­more in 2015 and by her son, Danny Atkin­son in 1991.

A heart­felt thank you to Dr. Beatrice Milne, the Ex­tra­mu­ral Nurses and Staff of the Sackville Me­mo­rial Hospi­tal for their kind­ness and care over the years.

Ar­range­ments have been en­trusted to Camp­bell’s Fu­neral Home, 89 Bridge Street, Sackville, N.B. (364-8188). In keep­ing with Daryl’s wishes, there will be no vis­it­ing hours or fu­neral ser­vice. Daryl will be buried in the Elm­wood Ceme­tery in Monc­ton N.B.

In lieu of flow­ers, do­na­tions in mem­ory of Daryl may be made to the NB Lung As­so­ci­a­tion or to the char­ity of one’s choice.

On-line con­do­lences & shar­ing of me­mories may be for­warded to the fam­ily through our web­site www.camp­bells­fu­ner­al­home. com or by vis­it­ing the fu­neral home Face­book page. www.camp­bells­fu­ner­al­home.com

SACKVILLE, N.B.- It is with deep sad­ness that we must an­nounce the passing of Eileen Mae Phin­ney at the Drew Nurs­ing Home on Mon­day, June 19, 2017. Eileen was 97 years of age.

Born on Novem­ber 16, 1919, she was the daugh­ter of the late Frank and Meta (Hicks) Beal.

Eileen will be lov­ingly re­mem­bered by her three sons, Ron (Loretta) Phin­ney of On­tario, Al­lan (Deb­bie) Phin­ney of Sackville and Billy (Jan­ice) Phin­ney of Sackville; her daugh­ter-in-law, Ricky Phin­ney of Sackville; her thir­teen grand­chil­dren, Kim­ber­ley, Tammy, Al­li­son, Michael, Ricky, Randy, Sherry, Dion, Joann, Ch­eryl, Tri­cia, Nathan and Re­becca; her four step-grand­chil­dren, Travis, Tammy, Tanya and April, as well as by sev­eral great-grand­chil­dren.

Be­sides her par­ents, she was pre-de­ceased by her hus­band, Wil­liam Phin­ney in 1992; her two sons, Wal­ter Beal (his wife Jackie) and Daryl Phin­ney, as well as by her four sis­ters, Davene, Pearl, Edna and Beu­lah.

Ar­range­ments have been en­trusted to Camp­bell’s Fu­neral Home, 89 Bridge Street, Sackville, N.B. (364-8188). Visi­ta­tion will take place on Wed­nes­day, June 21, 2017 from 1 pm un­til the time of the fu­neral ser­vice at 3 pm. The fu­neral ser­vice will be held at 3 pm with Pas­tor Hal Lowther of­fi­ci­at­ing. Burial will take place in the Midgic Ceme­tery.

Do­na­tions in mem­ory of Eileen may be made to the Midgic Bap­tist Church, the Midgic Ceme­tery or to the char­ity of one’s choice. On line con­do­lences & shar­ing of me­mories may be for­warded to the fam­ily through our web­site www. camp­bells­fu­ner­al­home.com or by vis­it­ing the fu­neral home Face­book page.

The Town of Sackville is part­ner­ing with the Sackville Com­mons and Cowork­ing, the Greater Sackville Cham­ber of Com­merce and Re­nais­sance Sackville to present a Plan­ning and Im­ple­ment­ing a Suc­cess­ful Buy Lo­cal Cam­paign work­shop on June 27 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Cranewood on Main. The work­shop is be­ing pre­sented by Learn Sphere and it’s a reg­u­lar $40 value, be­ing sub­si­dized by the town to be of­fered for $10. It fol­lows on a from an on­line sur­vey and in­for­ma­tion meeting that were held this spring to gauge in­ter­est in cre­at­ing a buy lo­cal cam­paign for Sackville and to gather ideas on how to it most ef­fec­tively. This work­shop will cover: the ben­e­fits, eco­nomic and other, of buy­ing lo­cal; why peo­ple buy – or don’t buy – lo­cal; us­ing prin­ci­ples of so­cial mar­ket­ing (not so­cial me­dia); and ex­am­ples of best prac­tices, cre­ative ap­proaches, and suc­cess sto­ries. This work­shop is de­signed for com­mu­nity leader, small busi­ness own­ers and any­one with a pas­sion for build­ing a stronger lo­cal econ­omy.

To reg­is­ter, visit http://bit. ly/2qwhgdt or visit www.sackville.com. For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact vis­i­tor@sackville. com or phone 506-364-4938.

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