O’HAN­LEY

Tri-County Vanguard - - OBITUARIES -

CRÉPEAU, Doc­tor An­dré O’HAN­LEY, Theresa M. – age 92, of Mel­bourne, passed away peace­fully on Sun­day, Septem­ber 2, 2018 in Yar­mouth Re­gional Hospi­tal. Born in Mel­bourne, June 3, 1926, Theresa was the daugh­ter of the late Nor­man and Mar­garet (Boudreau) Thibedeau and also was the last sur­viv­ing mem­ber of her sib­lings. Theresa was an ac­tive parish­ioner and lay reader at Our Lady of Lour­des Church in Mel­bourne. Theresa was the widow of the late Roy W. O’ Han­ley, she is sur­vived by step sons Charles and Peter O’ Han­ley and many nieces and nephews as well as many dear friends. She was pre­de­ceased by her sis­ters; Mar­garet, Ma­bel, Reta, Loretta, He­len, and Eve­lyn and her broth­ers; Her­man, Stephen, and Bernard. For many years, Theresa was em­ployed with Mar­itime Tel & Tel in Yar­mouth. In 1967 dur­ing her em­ploy­ment with them, she was one of the few cho­sen to rep­re­sent Canada at Expo 67 in Mon­treal. Dur­ing this time she was pro­moted to the VIP quar­ters where she had the op­por­tu­nity to meet royalty and dig­ni­taries from all over the world. Upon her re­tire­ment she re­ceived a life-time mem­ber­ship in the Tele­com Pi­o­neers. She en­joyed bar­ber­shop singing for many years as a mem­ber of Har­mony Inc and loved singing with her friends. Her hob­bies in­cluded read­ing, gar­den­ing, crafts and dec­o­rat­ing. A vis­i­ta­tion took place on Wed­nes­day, Septem­ber 5th from 7 to 9 p.m. with prayers at 8 p.m. at H.M. Huskil­son’s Funeral Chapel lo­cated at 29 Al­bert Street, Yar­mouth. The funeral mass took place at Our Lady of Lour­des Catholic Church in Mel­bourne on Septem­ber 6th at 11:00 am., Fa­ther Pat O’Meara of­fi­ci­ated. Fol­low­ing cre­ma­tion, in­tern­ment took place in Our Lady of Lour­des Ceme­tery. Do­na­tions in mem­ory of Theresa may be made to a char­ity of choice. You may leave mes­sages of con­do­lence or sign the on-line guest­book by vis­it­ing www. huskil­son.net

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