MACKIN­NON Gla­dys Hunt­ley

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - OBITUARIES -

July 18 1918-Oc­to­ber 7 2016 Gla­dys and twin Hazel were raised on John and Lina Hunt­ley’s beau­ti­ful Ver­non River farm with their si­b­lings Mar­garet and Don­ald. Gla­dys grad­u­ated from PEI School of Nurs­ing in 1940. She mar­ried John

Ste­wart in 1943 and was wid­owed when HMCS Athabaskan was tor­pe­doed. She mar­ried Keith MacKin­non in 1947 and en­joyed forty-two years of com­pan­ion­ship and travel. Gla­dys took pride in her home and loved to en­ter­tain. She dressed beau­ti­fully to her last breath. She had a deep faith and was a mem­ber of Cen­tral Chris­tian Church. and the Crys­tal Chap­ter of the East­ern Star. Af­ter Keith’s pass­ing in 1989, Gla­dys moved to White Rock, BC to be closer to grand­chil­dren but re­turned “home” each sum­mer. She moved into Mor­gan Heights (as­sisted liv­ing) and was a favourite of staff & res­i­dents with her gen­tle wit. She lived a good life with kind­ness and dig­nity. Her mem­ory is cher­ished by: Kathryn & Alan Simp­son, Nan­ton, Al­berta; Ken & Doris MacKin­non, Cal­gary; Gwen & David Grant, Sur­rey; and Mered­ith & Brian O’Neil, New West­min­ster, B.C. Grandma is trea­sured by nine grand­chil­dren and eleven great grand­chil­dren. She is sur­vived by sis­ter in law, Shirley MacKin­non and many beloved nieces and neph­ews. A Cel­e­bra­tion of Life-open to friends and neigh­bours will be held Tues­day, Au­gust 8, 2017 at 1:30 at the Ma­sonic Lodge, 204 Hills­boro St. Char­lot­te­town. In­tern­ment at Flo­ral Hill Gar­dens, Fred­er­ic­ton P.E.I. Do­na­tions in her mem­ory may be made to the Nurs­ing Depart­ment, UPEI.

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