WINSOR, Mary I.
- Passed peacefully away at the Carbonear General Hospital on Saturday, March 4, 2017, Mary I. Winsor of Harbour Grace, age 85 years. Predeceased by husband: Maxwell; parents: Reginald and Dorothy Smith; brother: Gordon, and son-in-law: Steve Gear. Left to mourn, three daughters: Marilyn Gear, Linda (Tom) Gear, and Dianne (Pat) Palmer, all of Carbonear; three sons: Wayne (Beulah), Harbour Grace, Boyd (Judy), Whitbourne, and David (Glenda), Carbonear; eleven grandchildren: Jenny (Andrew), Suzanne (Troy), Tara (Jan), Angie (David), Danielle (Matthew), Charlene, Justin (Cailey), Ashley, Gary, Jenelle, and Chloe; eight great- grandchildren: Maren, Bridget, Niamh, Aleena, Clara, Nola, Ella, and Annabelle; two broth- ers: Reginald (Joan) Smith, Bishop’s Cove and Thomas (Ruby) Smith, Toronto, ON; three sisters: Gladys Barrett, Spaniard’s Bay, Nellie (Maxwell) Barrett, Bishop’s Cove, and Betty Coombs, Island Cove; also a large number of other relatives and friends. The family received relatives and friends at Noel’s Funeral Home, Harvey Street, Harbour Grace. Rev. Nancy Mojica-Fisher conducted the funeral service on Wednesday, March 8 at Coughlan United Church, Harbour Grace. Inurnment took place in the United Cemetery, Harbour Grace. As an expression of sympathy, donations in her memory may be made to the United Church Women, P.O. Box 209, Harbour Grace, NL, A0A 2M0. Please visit noelsfuneralhome. com to sign the memorial guest book.
The Placentia Volunteer Fire Department recently unveiled its brand new Freightliner pumper truck. The provincial government and the Town of Placentia jointly purchased the 2017 vehicle. Minister of Municipal Affairs and Environment Eddie Joyce, left, and Placentia-St. Mary’s MHA Sherry Gambin-Walsh presented the truck’s keys to Placentia Mayor Wayne Power Jr. and Placentia Fire Chief Wayne Power Sr. during a ceremony at the fire station March 1.