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Moores – Olive Mae (nee Grandy) Passed peace­fully away at Car­bon­ear Gen­eral Hospi­tal April 21, 2014 age 86 years. Pre­de­ceased by her par­ents Ed­ward Grandy and wife Ade­laide (Inkpen), her hus­band Charles V. Moores, son Charles Jr. and in­fant son Wil­lis, sis­ter Jessie and hus­band Fred Fox, brother Owen and wife Kizzie, brother Ce­cil and wife Gertrude, and spe­cial brother-in-law Calvin Pynn Sr. Left to mourn are her sis­ter Ella Pynn, Collingwood, Ont., her daugh­ters Wilma Davis (Leonard), Ot­tawa, Ont., Carol, St. Al­bert, AB. son Owen (Carol) with whom she resided in Car­bon­ear, grand­chil­dren Andrew Moores (De­nae), Man­otick, Ont., Heather Moores (Philippe Gobeil), St. Marie-de-Beauce, Que., Erica Moores (fi­ancée Bran­don McPar­lan), Kanata, Ont. , Dr. Kare­lyn Jef­fery (Shawn) Ot­tawa, Ont. and Mark Davis, Or­leans Ont., brother-in-law James Best, St. John’s, NL,. and great grand­chil­dren Madeleine and Char­lotte Gobeil as well as cousins, nieces, neph­ews and many, many friends who found de­light in her in­tel­li­gent con­ver­sa­tion and her sense of hu­mor. We would like to say thank you to the doc­tors, nurses and staff at Car­bon­ear Gen­eral Hospi­tal for their pro­fes­sion­al­ism, kind­ness and sup­port with a spe­cial thank you to Dr. Dawn Howse and the nurses and staff of the sixth floor. Their thought­ful­ness and com­pas­sion will al­ways be re­mem­bered. Cre­ma­tion has taken place, no visi­ta­tion, both by re­quest. A me­mo­rial ser­vice will fol­low at a date to be an­nounced. In her mem­ory, do­na­tions can be made to the Bethel United Church, P.O. Box 66 Hearts De­light-Is­ling­ton, NL, A0B 2A0.

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DAY OF MOURN­ING — On Mon­day, April 28 at 4 p.m. the Bac­calieu Trail district labour coun­cil will take part in its 12th Day of Mourn­ing event at the Con­cep­tion Bay Re­gional Com­mu­nity Cen­tre in Car­bon­ear. An open in­vi­ta­tion has been is­sued to fam­i­lies, or­ga­ni­za­tions, town coun­cils, unions and sur­vivors of workplace in­juries to at­tend and mourn the loss of those who have lost their lives on the job. The event will in­clude a wreath-lay­ing cer­e­mony. Mem­bers of the labour coun­cil at­tended the sign­ing of a procla­ma­tion on April 14 declar­ing the date as a Day of Mourn­ing in Car­bon­ear. Those on hand for the sign­ing were, front (l-r) — Ann Marie MacKen­zie, Car­bon­ear Mayor Ge­orge Butt Jr. and Deb­bie McCarthy; back — Mal­colm Sey­mour, El­iz­a­beth Slade, Linda Soper and Kelly Roche.

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