All Obituaries

  • MAWHINNEY, A. BLAIR - The death of Arthur Blair Mawhinney, loving husband of 65 years to Verna (Patterson), occurred peacefully at the Saint John Regional Hospital on August 29, 2002. Born on March 16, 1914 in Mace's Bay to the late Arthur J. and Sarah A. (McKay) Mawhinney. A local fisherman for many years, he also was employed by NBTel, Department of Highways and Provincial Parks. Blair was a lifelong member of Mace's Bay Trinity Anglican Church, having served as a warden and choir member; as well as founding member of the Fundy Bay Seniors. He was well known for his love of music through song or playing banjo and guitar. Blair had a strong love for family and friends, having travelled along with Verna to various locations to be with them. He will be sadly missed by Verna as well as son Glendon and his wife Clair of Mace's Bay; two daughters Joanne of Rothesay; Carolyn and her husband Jack Rogers of Saint John; 14 grandchildren; 7 great grandchildren; one sister Lu Boyer of Saint John; 20 nieces and nephews; predeceased by his parents; one brother, Samuel; three sisters, Elizabeth Small, Irene Clark and Kathleen Clark. Resting at Trinity Anglican Church in Mace's Bay from where the funeral will be held on Monday, September 2 at 2:00 p.m., with interment in Mace's Bay Cemetery. Visitation at Church on Saturday 7:00-9:00; Sunday 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00. Memorial donations may be made to Mace's Bay Trinity Anglican Church, Mace's Bay Cemetery Fund, or a charity of donor's choice. Funeral arrangements entrusted to CASTLE "Fallsview" Funeral Home, Saint John West (634-1701).
    Published Saturday August 31st, 2002, Telegraph-Journal
  • CHASE, ELIZABETH G.- The death of Mrs. Elizabeth Gray Chase, of Saint John West, wife of A. Gordon Chase, occurred on Friday, August 30, 2002, at the Saint John Regional Hospital. Born in Saint John, she was the daughter of the late William H. and Muriel L. (Russell) Young. Mrs. Chase was a member of the I.O.D.E., life member of Centenary Queen Square United Church, Riverside Golf and Country Club, Westfield Golf and Country Club, Thistle St. Andrews Curling Club and volunteered with Meals-on-Wheels for over 25 years. Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons, Derek Chase (Elizabeth) of Saint John and A. Gary Chase (Chris) of Clifton Royal, three grandchildren, Kevin G. Chase of Ottawa, ON, Craig G. Chase and Amanda Lee Chase both of Clifton Royal, one sister, M. Louise Finley of Fredericton, several nieces and nephews. Arrangements which are incomplete are under the direction of Brenan's Select Community Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row, Saint John (634-7424). www.brenansfh.com
    Published Saturday August 31st, 2002, Telegraph-Journal
  • DAVIDSON, RANDY (BUDDY) - Randy Davidson, son of Mrs. Jean Davidson, Saint John, passed away in Barrie, Ont., August 29, 2002 after a lengthy illness. Survived by his wife Lorraine, three sons, one daughter, seven grandchildren, two great grandchildren, two brothers, Ford and Harry and three sisters, Carol, Beryl and Karen. He is being cremated in Barrie, Ont..
    Published Saturday August 31st, 2002, Telegraph-Journal
  • BURNS, SHIRLEY LORRAINE - At the Saint John Regional Hospital on Friday, August 30, 2002, Shirley Lorraine Burns of Clark Road, Rothesay, wife of the late Bertram G. Burns. Born in West Saint John, a daughter of the late Roy and Beatrice (Stinson) Galbraith and the late Thomas and Gladys (Stinson) Totten. Shirley was born and raised in West Saint John and was a graduate of S.J.H.S. and S.J. Vocational School. Married in 1952 to her life partner Bert, they moved to Rothesay in 1955 to raise their family. Shirley worked for 27 years as school secretary at Rothesay High, then Kennebecasis Valley High. Shirley enjoyed playing bridge with her friends, bowling with the K.V. Seniors and spending time with her children and grandchildren. Surviving are two sons: William Burns and his partner Susan Mullin of Fredericton, NB and Thomas Burns and his wife Leslie of Quispamsis, one daughter: Judith MacFarland and her husband Gerald of Kingston, NB; also chosen son Huey McIntyre and his wife Karen of Rothesay; six grandchildren: Heather Burns, Kimberly Burns, Michael Burns, Kayla Oulton, Kendra Oulton and Jacob Oulton; also three step-grandghildren: Amanda MacFarland, Scott Mullin and Spencer Mullin; many nieces and nephews with fond memories of Lorrie, Kimmie, Kristie, Kelly, Scovie and Gordie Burns. Predeceased by her husband Bertram Burns, both sets of parents and a daughter-in-law Kathy Burns. Resting at the Castle "Kings Chapel" Funeral Home, 154 Old Hampton Road, Rothesay, (849-1702). Funeral Service will be held from St. Augustine's Anglican Church, Quispamsis, 11 a.m. Monday, September 2, 2002. Interment will be in the Greenwood Cemetery, West Saint John. Visiting at "Kings Chapel" on Saturday, 7-9 p.m. and Sunday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Donations to either the Canadian Liver Foundation or the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. Following the interment, a reception will take place at the "Fallsview" Family Reception Centre, 293 Lancaster Ave., Saint John West. Tributes or condolences may be placed or this notice viewed at www.castlefh.com
    Published Saturday August 31st, 2002, Telegraph-Journal
  • ALLEN, SHERMAN HOWARD - Sherman Howard Allen of Kelowna, BC, formerly of St. George, New Brunswick, passed away peacefully at home with family at his side on Friday, August 30, 2002 at the age of 89. He is survived by his loving wife of 57 years, Nelly; one son Ron (Marlene) of Kelowna; three grandchildren: David, Daniel, Jennifer; one sister-in-law Frances Allen of St. George, NB.; two nieces Roberta Allen and Janet Matheson of St. George, NB. Predeceased by four brothers: Fred, James, Robert and Harold. Sherman served 5 years in World War II with the 8th Princess Louise New Brunswick Hussars, 5th Armed Regiment. He was a tank commander in Italy where he was wounded in battle. Sherman moved west in 1956 and worked for the City of Vancouver. After retirement, he pursued his love for fishing, baseball and volunteered as grounds keeper at Nat Bailey Stadium in Vancouver. He spent a great deal of time with his grandchildren at sporting events. He will be deeply missed by all. A private family service will be held on Monday, September 2nd at 11:00 a.m. at the Chapel of Springfield Funeral Home, Kelowna, BC. Cremation to follow, with the remains to be taken back to New Brunswick and placed in the family plot at St. George Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by SPRINGFIELD FUNERAL HOME, 250-860-7077
    Published Saturday August 31st, 2002, Telegraph-Journal
  • Published Saturday August 31st, 2002, Saint John Telegraph Journal
  • Published Saturday August 31st, 2002, Saint John Telegraph Journal
  • Published Saturday August 31st, 2002, Saint John Telegraph Journal
  • Published Saturday August 31st, 2002, Saint John Telegraph Journal
  • Published Saturday August 31st, 2002, Saint John Telegraph Journal
  • Published Saturday August 31st, 2002, Saint John Telegraph Journal
  • Published Saturday August 31st, 2002, Saint John Telegraph Journal
  • Published Saturday August 31st, 2002, Saint John Telegraph Journal
  • Published Saturday August 31st, 2002, Saint John Telegraph Journal
  • Published Saturday August 31st, 2002, Saint John Telegraph Journal
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