NOYE, Al­li­son John “A.J.”

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - OBITUARIES/NEWS - www.moase.ca

The death oc­curred at the Prince County Hos­pi­tal, Sum­mer­side, on Fri­day, July 7, 2017, of Al­li­son John “A.J.” Noye, of Sum­mer­side, aged 75 years. Born in En­more, he was the son of the late Gor­don and Maisie (Ram­say) Noye. Sur­vived by his wife Anna (Monk­ley) Noye; son Scott (Joanne) Noye; daugh­ter Leah Noye; grand­chil­dren Bethany and Tim; spe­cial friend of the fam­ily Rob Maloney; broth­ers and sisters Glenn (Ju­nior) MacPhee, Ge­orge (Eu­nice), Harold (Marnie), Carl (Janet) and Es­ther (Claude) MacLean. Brother-in-law of Harry Wil­liams, Don Call­beck, Fran Noye, Edith McCully, Elaine (Ron) Leard, Arlene (Ban­nie) Craig, Dorothy (Wil­lis) MacLean, El­iz­a­beth (Ver­non) MacLean and San­dra (Claude) Hutchin­son. Pre­de­ceased by his sisters Joyce Wil­liams, He­len Big­gar Call­beck and Ella Mae, in in­fancy; broth­ers Wal­lace and Thane Noye; sis­ter-in-law Ruby Noye and by broth­ers-in-law Reg­gie Ma­cLeod and Elmer Big­gar. Rest­ing at the Moase Fu­neral Home, Sum­mer­side, un­til Wed­nes­day, then to the Lot 16 United Church, for fu­neral ser­vice at 10:30 a.m. In­ter­ment in the Lot 16 United Church Ceme­tery. Vis­it­ing hours Tues­day from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Me­mo­rial do­na­tions to the Prince County Hos­pi­tal Foun­da­tion or The Terry Fox Foun­da­tion would be ap­pre­ci­ated.

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