ISENOR, Lloyd Weldon
ISENOR, Lloyd Weldon - 93, Amherst, formerly of Wallace, Cumberland Co., died February 22, 2000, in the Centennial Villa, Amherst.
Born in Shubenacadie, he was the son of the late Wilfred and Oressa (McKenna) Isenor.
He was a resident of Oxford, Cumberland Co. for most of his earlier years.
He was a veteran of the second world war where he joined the North Nova Scotia Highlanders in September 1939 at the outbreak of World War II and served in Canada, the United Kingdom and Europe.
He was involved in the D-Day invasion of Normandy, France and was severely wounded on June 15, 1944.
He was a member of the Presbyterian Church, a member of the North Nova Scotia Highlanders Memory Club, a member of the Federal Superannuates National Association, a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Scotia Branch 25, Halifax since 1945.
He was also a former member of the Oxford Branch Knights of Pythias and the D.O.K.K.
In 1946, after his return from the service, he was employed with the Department of Veteran's Affairs at the Camp Hill Hospital, Halifax for 21 years until his retirement, moving to Wallace, where he resided for 30 years until October of 1995.
He then moved to Amherst and took up residence in the Centennial Villa.
Surviving are sons, M. Kendall "Ken", Wallace and Florida; Darrell G., Trenton, Ont.; sister, Greta MacLachlan, Wenham, Mass; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren.
He was predeceased by his wife, Ella "Nell" F. Hatt; grandsons, Kendall, Leonard Isenor; sisters, Emily Thompson, Winnifred Soley, Elda Gatez.
Cremation has taken place.
No visitation by request.
Memorial service 2 p.m. Friday, in Mundle's Funeral Home, Pugwash, Rev. Edgar Patriquin officiating.
Burial at a later date in Pine Grove Cemetery, Oxford.
No flowers by request.
Donations to any charity.
SMITH, Arlington Gordon (Arlie)
SMITH, Arlington Gordon (Arlie) - 94, 43 Church St., Springhill, died August 24, 1998, in Highland View Regional Hospital, Amherst.
Born in Windham Hill, Cumberland Co., he was a son of the late Eric Alfred and Gertude (Schurman) Smith.
He was a member of Cumberland Lodge 5, Knights of Phythias, where he held a Degree of the Golden Spur and was a past chancellor.
His hobbies included hunting, fishing, gardening, dancing and he enjoyed his family and children.
Surviving are his wife, the former Annie Beryl Smith; sons, Floyd, Eastern Passage, Halifax Co.; Gordon, Springhill; adopted son, Ricky, Calgary; daughters, Linda (Mrs. Douglas Hill), Calgary; Gertrude (Mrs. James Cull), New Waterford; half-brother, Curry Smith, Springhill Junction; half-sister, Beryl (Mrs. James Murray), Springhill; 11 grandchildren; 11 great-grand- children; two great-great-grandchildren.
He was predeceased by his first wife, the former Lois Colburne; daughter, Catherine in infancy; sons, Percy, Gerald in infancy; brothers, Ronald, Cecil, Ottie; half-brothers, Lester, George, Oscar; sisters, Hazel, Essie; half-sister, Jean.
Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in A.H. Brown Funeral Home, Springhill. Funeral 2 p.m. Thursday in St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church, Springhill, Rev. Elroy McKillop officiating.
Burial in Rodney Cemetery, Cumberland County.
In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church, Springhill, or any charity.
RIPLEY, Cecil S.
RIPLEY, Cecil S. - 79, Williamsdale, Cumberland Co., died March 4, 2000, in the VG Site, QEII, Halifax.
Born in Williamsdale, he was a son of the late Charles and Hilda (Lloy) Ripley.
His working years were spent in the Forestry Industry, retiring in 1987.
Surviving are his wife, the former Susie E. Oderkirk; son, Charles, Williamsdale; daughters, Celetus Ripley, North Bay, Ont.; Deborah Meisner, Montaque, P.E.I.; brother, Gerald Ripley, Williamsdale; sister, Celetus Harvey, North Bay, Ont.; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren.
Cremation has taken place.
Visitation 1 p.m. Wednesday, followed by funeral service at 2 p.m., both in MacDiarmid's Funeral Home, 5075 Main St., Oxford, Pastor Richard Hovey officiating.
Donations to any charity.
HARPER, Pauline Louise
HARPER, Pauline Louise - 83, 65 Havelock St., Amherst, died August 25, 1998, at home.
Born in Andover, N.B., she was a daughter of the late James and Gertrude Scott.
She had worked with the Canadian National Telegraph office in Hartland, N.B., until she married and moved to Amherst in 1940, where she worked in the Amherst office.
She was a member of First Baptist Church, Amherst, and a former member of the Duplicate Bridge Club, Amherst.
In her younger years, she had been an avid sportswoman, enjoying all sports, especially baseball.
She also enjoyed dancing and music.
Surviving are husband, Hubert; daughter, Linda MacGillivray, Antigonish; sons, Rick, Amherst; Robin, Saint John, N.B.; 10 grandchildren.
She was predeceased by twin sisters.
Visitation 1 p.m. until time of funeral 2 p.m., both today in Cumberland Memorial Chapel, Amherst, Rev. Donald Miller officiating.
Burial in Amherst Cemetery.
KELLEY, Carl Edward
KELLEY, Carl Edward - 81, 10 Summer St., Amherst, passed away at Highland View Regional Hospital, Amherst, on Sunday, February 1, 1998.
Born in Amherst, he was a son of the late Charles and Ida (Mcullah) Kelley.
He had worked at Canada Car and Foundry, and as a custodian at Amherst Legion Hall.
He was a member of North Nova Scotia Highlanders and Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 10, Amherst.
He was known as "Smokey" on the CB Radio.
He is survived by his longtime friend and companion, Shirley Lorette, Amherst; brother, Charlie, Amherst.
Besides his parents, he was predeceased by sister, Marie Norris; brother, Gerald.
There will be no visiting by request.
A memorial service will be held at Cumberland Memorial Chapel, Amherst, on Wednesday, February 4, at 11 a.m., Lieut. Randolph Gatza officiating.
Spring burial will take place in Amherst Cemetery.