Obit­u­ar­ies

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CHURCHILL, Wil­liam ‘ Ted’-Passed peace­fully away at the Cap­tain Wil­liam Jack­man Me­mo­rial Hos­pi­tal, Labrador City on Tues­day, April 13, 2010, Wil­liam ‘ Ted’ Churchill of Labrador City for­merly of Car­bon­ear, age 81 years. Pre­de­ceased by: daugh­ter: Loretta, son: Chancey and broth­ers: Chancey and Harold. Left to mourn, wife: Joyce, Agnes Pratt Nurs­ing Home, St. Johnís; three daugh­ters: Jeanette (Gilles) Soucy, Fer­mont, Que­bec, Linda (Donny) Driver, On­tario and Rhonda (Peter) Reid, East­ern Pas­sage, NS; son: Win­ston, Labrador City; nine grand­chil­dren: Christo­pher (Chan­tal), Daniel, Devin, Mario, Jen­nifer, Joyce, Brian, Melissa and Mon­ica; three great-grand­chil­dren: Colby, Can­dace and Sarah; three sis­ters: Mar­cella Swain and Leila Rose, both of Car­bon­ear and Beatrice Ash, Har­bour Grace; also a large num­ber of other relatives and friends. Rev. Wayne Black­wood con­ducted the Fu­neral ser­vice on Mon­day, April 19 at Bethany United Church, Car­bon­ear. In­ter­ment was in Park Av­enue United Ceme­tery, Car­bon­ear South. Do­na­tions in Tedís me­mory may be made to the Wil­liam ëTedí Churchill Me­mo­rial Fund for pur­chase of equip­ment for the Cap­tain Wil­liam Jack­man Me­mo­rial Hos­pi­tal, Labrador City. Fu­neral ar­range­ments were en­trusted to the care of Noelís Fu­neral Home, Car­bon­ear. Please visit www.noels­fu­ner­al­home.com to sign the me­mo­rial guest book.

BUR­DEN, Gor­don-Passed peace­fully away at the Health Sci­ences Cen­tre, St. John’s on Satur­day, April 17, 2010, Gor­don Bur­den of Car­bon­ear, age 71 years. Pre­de­ceased by par­ents: Gor­don & Edna Bur­den; baby brother: Arthur. Left to mourn, wife: El­iz­a­beth; daugh­ter: Cindy (Gary) McIsaac, Cal­gary, AB; two sons: Clarence (Re­nee), St. Johnís; Scott (Shirley), Car­bon­ear; five grand­chil­dren: Grant (Laura), Corbin, Austin, Kim­ber­ley, Kris­ten; one great-grand­daugh­ter: Ri­ley; four broth­ers: Eric, Stephenville, Everett ( Sylvia), Mt. Pearl, Hu­bert (Loretta), Bay Robertís, Wal­ter (An­nette), On­tario; three sis­ters: Vida (Melvin) Clarke, Par­adise, Jac­que­line (Bill) Kennedy, Mt. Pearl, Hil­son (Randy) Leonard, Mt. Pearl; broth­ers-in-law: Lloyd Flight, Car­bon­ear; Roy Flight, Vic­to­ria; sis­ters-in­law: Hazel (Frank) Thoms, Car­bon­ear; Doreen Bur­den, Bri­gus; also a large num­ber of other relatives and friends. Rev. Harry White­horne con­ducted the fu­neral ser­vice on Wed­nes­day, April 21 from Noelís Me­mo­rial Chapel, Car­bon­ear. In­ter­ment took place in the In­ter­faith Ceme­tery, Car­bon­ear. Fu­neral ar­range­ments were en­trusted to the care of Noelís Fu­neral Home, Car­bon­ear. Please visit www.noels­fu­ner­al­home.com to sign the me­mo­rial guest book.

SWAIN, Harriet - Passed peace­fully away at the In­ter­faith Cit­i­zen’s Home, Car­bon­ear on Sun­day, April 18, 2010, Harriet Swain of Car­bon­ear, age 76 years. Pre­de­ceased by hus­band: Fred­er­ick. Left to mourn, daugh­ter: Wendy (Craig) Pen­ney, Car­bon­ear; son: Glenn (Karen and her daugh­ter, Court­ney), Car­bon­ear; four grand­chil­dren: Shel­don, Trevor, Corey and Ja­son; two broth­ers: Her­bert Bud­den, Car­bon­ear and Orville Bud­den, for­merly of Vic­to­ria; three sis­ters: El­iz­a­beth ‘Betty’ Kel­loway and Virtue Kel­loway, both of Car­bon­ear and Louise King, Per­ryís Cove; broth­ers-in-law: Rev. Hector (Edna) Swain, Mount Pearl, Lloyd (Glenys) Swain and Thomas ( Jean) Swain, both of Car­bon­ear; sis­ter-in-law: Edna Trick­ett, Car­bon­ear; also a large num­ber of other relatives and friends. Rev. Harry White­horne con­ducted the fu­neral ser­vice on Wed­nes­day, April 21 from Noel’s Me­mo­rial Chapel, Car­bon­ear. In­ter­ment took place in Bethany United Ceme­tery, Car­bon­ear. Do­na­tions in Har­ri­etís me­mory may be made to the Cana­dian Di­a­betes As­so­ci­a­tion. Fu­neral ar­range­ments were en­trusted to the care of Noelís Fu­neral Home, Car­bon­ear. Please visit www.noels­fu­ner­al­home.com to sign the me­mo­rial guest book.

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