HAVERSTOCK, Ken­dall Leigh

The Chronicle Herald (Provincial) - - OBITUARIES -

Aged 90 of Ham­monds Plains, passed away peace­fully in his sleep on May 13, 2020 at home. Born in Hal­i­fax, he was a son of the late Aubrey and­myr­tle (Parker) Haverstock. He lived his en­tire life in Ham­monds Plains and was a life­long mem­ber of First Bap­tist Church, Ham­monds Plains. He is sur­vived by his wife, Joyce (Park­erA­dam­son), Dunedin, Fla.; sons, Reid (Darlene), Medicine Hat, Alta.; and Blair, Hal­i­fax; daugh­ter- in- law, Cather­ine, White­wood, Sask.; grand­son, Matthew (Darla); grand­daugh­ters, Pa­tri­cia (Gra­ham), Amanda (Dwayne), Dawn (Chris) and Sarah (Wayne); great-grand­chil­dren, Cameron, Bren­nan, Caylee, Mackenna, Kaiden, Abi­gail, Michael, Sa­man­tha, Jade and Chase; broth­ers, Ross (Ruby), Ge­orge (Marie); and sis­ter, Frances (Fran­cis); as well as many nieces and neph­ews whom he loved as his own chil­dren. He was pre­de­ceased by his first wife, Au­drey (Fullerton); son, Les­lie (Cather­ine); brother, Don­ald (Edith); sis­ters, Muriel and Au­drey. Ken­dall had var­i­ous ca­reers in­clud­ing work­ing in his fam­ily’s busi­ness R.D. Haverstock and Sons where he trucked fish boxes and bar­rels through­out the Mar­itimes. He was also a found­ing com­mis­sioner of the fire depart­ment in Ham­monds Plains which would later be in­cor­po­rated as Ham­monds Plains Vol­un­teer Fire Depart­ment and is now Sta­tion 50. He op­er­ated Haverstock Irv­ing in Ham­monds Plains. In later years he was a bus and diesel me­chanic at Aca­dian Lines Ltd. Cel­e­bra­tion of life to fol­low at a later date. In lieu of flow­ers, dona­tions can be made to First Bap­tist Church, Ham­monds Plains or your choice of char­ity.

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