Obit­u­ar­ies

The Compass - - OPINION -

THE FOL­LOW­ING IS A LIST OF AWARDS

AND RE­CIP­I­ENTS:

• Green Star — Lance-cpl. Matthew Tay­lor; • Red Star — Cpl. Joey Hutch­ings; • Sil­ver Star — Sgt. Daniel Tay­lor; • Most ded­i­cated band mem­ber — Cpl. Keisha Slade; • Marks­man­ship — Cpl. Jay­den Fitzger­ald; • Biathlon — War­rant Of­fi­cer Jor­dan Squires; • Es­prit de Corps — Lance-cpl. Ni­cole Fleury; • NCO’S award — War­rant Of­fi­cer Tay­lor Hutch­ings; • Best dressed on pa­rade — Cpl. Keisha Slade; • Per­fect at­ten­dance — War­rant Of­fi­cer Tay­lor Hutch­ings, Cpl. Joey Hutch­ings; • Lord Strath­cona Medal — War­rant Of­fi­cer Tay­lor Hutch­ings.

GILLINGHAM, An­nie Mae — Passed peacefully away at the Dr. A. A. Wilkinson Me­mo­rial Hospi­tal, Old Per­li­can on Fri­day, May 4, 2012, An­nie Mae Gillingham of Lower Is­land Cove, age 85 years. Pre­de­ceased by sis­ters: Jane and Eleanor ‘Dot’. Left to mourn, hus­band: Sa­muel; one daugh­ter: Eleanor (Her­bert) Par­sons, Toronto, ON; three sons: Lloyd, Toronto, ON, Gary (El­iz­a­beth), Oshawa, ON and Den­nis (Sheri), Lower Is­land Cove; 12 grand­chil­dren: Brenda, Loretta, Kevin, Gary, Bobby, Joshua, Courtney, Gemma, Shyann, Naomi, Chris­tian and Abbey; one brother: Am­brose (Matilda) Thorne, Browns­dale; two sis­ters: Fan­nie Fag­ner, In­ter­faith Cit­i­zen’s Home, Car­bon­ear and Ger­tie (Thomas) Gillingham, Lower Is­land Cove; broth­ers-in-law: Wil­fred Riggs, Bay de Verde and Thomas (Ger­tie) Gillingham, Lower Is­land Cove; sis­ter-in-law: Su­san (Harold) Baggett, Toronto, ON; also a large num­ber of other rel­a­tives and friends. Rested at the Sal­va­tion Army Ci­tadel, Lower Is­land Cove. Ma­jor Donna and Capt. Wel­don Hay­ward con­ducted the fu­neral ser­vice on Wed­nes­day, May 9 from the Sal­va­tion Army Ci­tadel, Lower Is­land Cove. In­ter­ment took place in the Sal­va­tion Army Ceme­tery, Lower Is­land Cove. Do­na­tions in her mem­ory may be made to the An­nie Mae Gillingham Me­mo­rial Fund. Fu­neral ar­range­ments were en­trusted to the care of Noel’s Fu­neral Home, Western Bay. Please visit www.noels­fu­ner­al­home.com to sign the me­mo­rial guest book.

KEL­LOWAY, E. Fred — Passed peacefully away at the Car­bon­ear Gen­eral Hospi­tal on Sun­day, May 6, 2012, E. Fred Kel­loway of Perry’s Cove, age 92 years. Pre­de­ceased by wife Laura; sis­ter: Er­mie Fisher. Left to mourn, two sons: Robert (Glenda), Small Point and Arthur (Dale), Car­bon­ear; seven grand­chil­dren: Michelle, Nathan, Charles, Julie, Jen­nifer, Laura and Jor­dan; 10 great-grand­chil­dren: Kim­ber­ley, John, Jay­den, Katie, Ai­den, Sa­man­tha, Faith, Janelle, Do­minic and Levi; sis­ter-in-law: Mary Deer­ing, Toronto, ON; spe­cial niece: Rose­lyn Gillis, Van­cou­ver, BC; also a large num­ber of other rel­a­tives and friends. Rested at Noel’s Fu­neral Home, Water Street, Car­bon­ear. Rev. Wayne Blackwood con­ducted the fu­neral ser­vice on Wed­nes­day, May 9 at Noel’s Me­mo­rial Chapel, Water Street, Car­bon­ear. In­ter­ment took place in the United Ceme­tery, Perry’s Cove. Do­na­tions in his mem­ory may be made to E. Fred Kel­loway Me­mo­rial Fund. Fu­neral ar­range­ments were en­trusted to the care of Noel’s Fu­neral Home, Car­bon­ear. Please visit www.noels­fu­ner­al­home.com to sign the me­mo­rial guest book.

PEN­NEY, Eve­lyn — Passed peacefully away just six days af­ter her beloved hus­band Eric at the Har­bour Lodge Nurs­ing Home, Car­bon­ear on Thurs­day, May 3, 2012, Eve­lyn Pen­ney of Salmon Cove, age 76 years. Pre­de­ceased by hus­band: Eric; in­fant grand­son: An­drew; par­ents: Wil­liam and Gla­dys Hussey; sis­ter: Vi­ola Lynch. Left to mourn, four daugh­ters: Lor­raine (Bert) King, Ruby (Den­nis) Sut­ton, Pauline (Tony) Bald­win and Elaine (Brent) Kel­loway, all of Salmon Cove; one son: Clyde (Kathy), Salmon Cove; 12 grand­chil­dren: Kim­ber­ley (Chad), Les­lie, Lisa ( Ja­son), Melissa ( Justin), Stacey (Colin), Den­nis (Sascha), David (Heidi), Eric, Emily ( Justin), Erica (Kenny), Amanda and Bren­don; two great-grand­sons: Caleb and Daw­son; five broth­ers: Wil­lis (Betty) Hussey, Win­ston (Sylvia) Hussey and Ran­dell (Mar­garet) Hussey, all of Up­per Is­land Cove, Ted (Chris­tine) Hussey, Sun­ny­side and Ray­mond (Bonita) Hussey, Yel­lowknife; brother-in-law: Gra­ham Lynch, Up­per Is­land Cove; also a large num­ber of other rel­a­tives and friends. Rested at Noel’s Fu­neral Home, Water Street, Car­bon­ear. Rev. Wayne Blackwood con­ducted the fu­neral ser­vice on Mon­day, May 7 at River­side United Church, Salmon Cove. In­ter­ment took place in River­side United Ceme­tery, Salmon Cove. Do­na­tions in her mem­ory may be made to the Alzheimer So­ci­ety of NL. Fu­neral ar­range­ments were en­trusted to the care of Noel’s Fu­neral Home, Car­bon­ear. Please visit www.noels­fu­ner­al­home.com to sign the me­mo­rial guest book.

“No more pain, no more suf­fer­ing … to­gether again.”

SNEL­GROVE, M. Elsie— Passed peacefully away at the Car­bon­ear Gen­eral Hospi­tal on Sun­day, May 6, 2012, M. Elsie Snel­grove of Lower Is­land Cove, age 82 years. Pre­de­ceased by hus­band: Robert; par­ents: Ti­mothy and An­nie Mor­ris; sis­ter: Leah Wheeler; broth­ers: Elea­cor, Arthur, Selby and Jabez. Left to mourn, one daugh­ter: Joan (Charles) Ol­son, Ge­or­gia, USA; spe­cial nieces: Trudy Fa­gan (Chris­tian) and daugh­ter Emily and Bev­er­ley De­laney (Neil) and her chil­dren: Ab­bie and Austin; a num­ber of grand­chil­dren; four sis­ters: Stella Gillingham and Jean Lewis, both of Lower Is­land Cove, Coey Reynolds and Ethel Mor­ris, both of Black­head; sis­ter-in-law: Lil­lian True, Maine, USA; also a large num­ber of other rel­a­tives and friends. Rested at Noel’s Fu­neral Home, Main High­way, Western Bay. Rev. John Davis con­ducted the Fu­neral ser­vice on Thurs­day, May 10 at Noel’s Fu­neral Home, Western Bay. In­ter­ment took place in the United Ceme­tery, Lower Is­land Cove. Do­na­tions in her mem­ory may be made to the United Church Ceme­tery Fund, Lower Is­land Cove. Fu­neral ar­range­ments were en­trusted to the care of Noel’s Fu­neral Home, Western Bay. Please visit www.noels­fu­ner­al­home.com to sign the me­mo­rial guest book.

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