Carter, Aubrey Al­fred Purdy 1923-2018

Sackville Tribune - - TANTRAMAR -

Cana­dian Le­gion, Branch 26, Sackville. Aubrey had worked for Fawcett Foundry for a num­ber of years and was a trans­port owner/op­er­a­tor for sev­eral years be­fore his re­tire­ment.

He was an avid wood­worker, sup­ply­ing to ev­ery­one along the shore. He was a de­voted father, grand­fa­ther, great- and great-great-grand­fa­ther. He loved and will be missed by his furry pal, Buddy. Aubrey will be dearly missed by his chil­dren, Au­drey (Mike) Lau­rent, Au­lac, Marie (Mal­colm) Spence, Mur­ray Cor­ner, Ray­mond Carter, Maple Ridge, B.C., and Eric (Lau­rie) Carter, Lucky Lake,

SK; eleven grand­chil­dren; eleven great grand­chil­dren, and two great-great grand­chil­dren, as well as many nieces and neph­ews.

Be­sides his par­ents, Aubrey was pre- de­ceased by his wife, Mil­lie (nee Par­sons); a son Leonard and two brothers, Lewis and Saxby Jr.

Ar­range­ments are un­der the care and guid­ance of Jones Fu­neral Homes. A time of vis­i­ta­tion was held from their Port El­gin lo­ca­tion, 3 West Main Street (506-538-2241) 6-8 p.m. on Mon­day, De­cem­ber 3, 2018. The fu­neral ser­vice was held on Tues­day at 2 pm. Wayne Jarvis DLM presided. The Royal Cana­dian Le­gion held a memo­rial ser­vice on Mon­day at 5:45 pm at the fu­neral home. Dona­tions in mem­ory of Aubrey may be made to the West­ford Nurs­ing Home. Shar­ing of mem­o­ries and con­do­lences may be sent to the fam­ily by vis­it­ing Aubrey’s on­line memo­rial at www. jones­fu­ner­al­ or through the Jones Fu­neral Home Face­book Page.

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