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KING, Lloyd G. — Passed peace­fully away at the Har­bour Lodge Nurs­ing Home, Car­bon­ear on Thurs­day, March 20, 2014, Lloyd G. King of Western Bay, age 86 years. Pre­de­ceased by wife: Mary; daugh­ter: Mar­i­lyn; par­ents: John and Louise; broth­ers: Ralph and Alexan­der. Left to mourn, daugh­ters: Linda (Wil­liam) King, On­tario, Betty (Al­bert) Pud­dester and Au­drey (Ross) Slade, both of Western Bay; eleven grand­chil­dren: Ge­orge (Amanda), Gary, Dar­lene (Adrian), Tammy (Scott), Adam (Vickie), Jimmy (Tanya), Shawn (Heather), Jeremy, Samantha (Michael), Al­bert (Amy) and John Ross (Renee); four­teen great-grand­chil­dren: Court­ney, Takara, Han­nah, Sarah, Jordan, Alexan­der, Aleah, Tane­sha, Kaden, Ken­dra, Ethan, Emily, Jace and Chloe; sis­ter-in-law: Eva King, Black­head; also a large num­ber of other rel­a­tives and friends. Rested at Noel’s Fu­neral Home, Main High­way, Western Bay. Rev. Glenn Jarvis con­ducted the Fu­neral Ser­vice March 26 from McDow­ell United Church, Western Bay. In­ter­ment took place in the United Church Ceme­tery, Western Bay South. Do­na­tions in his mem­ory may be made to the Chil­dren’s Wish Foun­da­tion, NL Chap­ter, 304-66 Ken­mount Road, St. John’s, NL, A1B 3V7 or the North Shore Cen­tral Am­bu­lance Fund, P.O. Box 159, Broad Cove, NL, A0A 1L0. 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. TET­FORD, Jim – age 68 – Har­bour Grace God paid an­other visit to our fam­ily on March 20, 2014. He fas­tened a beau­ti­ful pair of wings to Jim’s body and took him to Heaven. Jim was born in Har­bour Grace, New­found­land, in 1946. He was the first born of proud par­ents Annabelle (Tay­lor) and Frank Tet­ford and big brother to “his girls” Frances (Fran) and Barb. He spent his first thirty years in New­found­land where he fished the high seas on his un­cle Gord’s drag­ger and worked at the Fish Plant with his fa­ther. Jim met the love of his life, Janet How­ell, in New­found­land and they soon crossed the wa­ter to make their home on Prince Ed­ward Is­land where they lived for 35 years. Af­ter re­tire­ment at age 65, Jim and Janet crossed the wa­ter once again. This time to Cape Breton Is­land, the place his sis­ters called home. They spent the next three years mak­ing mem­o­ries which the fam­ily will trea­sure for eter­nity. Left to cher­ish the mem­o­ries are his pre­cious girls: Janet, Fran Camp­bell, Barb Drake (Steve), Miss Rosey and Abby; sis­ters in law Is­abelle (Howard) Worth­man, June (Ray­field) Dal­ley, Claudette How­ell, and Max­ine Clarke of New­found­land; brother in law Ken (Kathy) How­ell of Halifax and nu­mer­ous nieces and neph­ews. Jim is in heaven with his par­ents Frank and An­nie; his mother and fa­ther in law, Janet and Harry How­ell; his brother in law Kevin Camp­bell and his sis­ters in law Cy­bil How­ell and Har­riet Short. Fly high Jim. We will miss you for­ever. Cre­ma­tion has taken place. Jim will be in­terred with his par­ents in Har­bour Grace at a later date.

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