McCARGAR (Zinck)(Wagner), Mabel Adelia
McCARGAR (Zinck)(Wagner), Mabel Adelia - Died April 7, 1999, in Bramalea, Ont. Born in Bridgewater October 26, 1935, she was the daughter of Melford Wagner and the late Gladys Effie (Ritcey) Wagner. Surviving are daughters, Caroline (Zinck) Enge, Lori Apa, Brampton, Ont.; sons, William "Bill", Richard "Rick", Brampton; Robert "Rob", British Columbia; sisters, Millie Bolivar, Upper Branch, Lunenburg Co.; Jeanne Rhodenizer, Glenda Woodworth, Bridgewater; brothers, Mervyn, Dartmouth; Melbourne, Midville Branch, Lunenburg Co.; Gerald, Edmonton, Alta. She was predeceased by sister, Gale; brother, Gene. Funeral took place in Ward Funeral Home, Brampton Chapel, April 12, Rev. Robert Stewart officiated. Burial was in Meadowvale Cemetery, Brampton. Donations to Children's Wish Foundation, South Shore Regional Hospital CAT scan fund, Bridgewater, or any charity.
LUNN, Beatrice Mae
LUNN, Beatrice Mae - Halifax, formerly of Lower Selma, Hants Co., died September 1, 1999, in the QEII Health Sciences Centre after a lengthy illness. Born in Lower Selma, she was a daughter of the late William Hiram MacKenzie and Gertrude (Langley) Mackenzie. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. She was a former employee of the City of Halifax Finance Department for over 30 years, retiring in 1982. She led an active life and retirement. She was committed to her family of cats and supported many volunteers and organizations whose purpose and goals involved the care and welfare of animals. She worked tirelessly for 13 years feeding and caring for the "dockyard cats". She was the leading force in the rescue and adoption program for the dockyard cats in 1994. She was a member of the golden age bowling league and an avid baseball fan. She was predeceased by her husband, Laurie; a sister in infancy. Visitation 1-2 p.m. today, funeral 2 p.m. today, both in Snow's Funeral Home, Windsor Street, Halifax, Rev. Sandra Cox officiating. Burial at 4 p.m. in Lower Selma United Church Cemetery, Hants Co., Rev. K. Wayne York officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations to any animal shelter.
RALPH, Cleo M.
RALPH, Cleo M. - 81, Sydney Mines, formerly of King Edward Street, Glace Bay, died February 4, 1999, at home. Born in Glace Bay, she was a daughter of the late Thomas and Mabel (Bond) McCormick. She was an Elder of Warden United Church, Glace Bay; a Sunday School teacher, Cub leader; UCW past president; life member of Warden United Church Guild Unit, and past member of Sydney Presbytery United Church of Canada. Surviving are her daughter, Rev. Karen Ralph, Sydney Mines, with whom she resided; son, Thomas, Cornwall, P.E.I.; four grandchildren; sisters, Mary Alice McCormick, Sydney; Hazel (Mrs. Joseph Sherwood), Sydney; brothers, Roy, Jackie, Paul, all of Glace Bay. She was predeceased by her husband, Robert Wilson Ralph; brother, Almer. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today, 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday, in Patten Funeral Home, 71 Union St., Glace Bay. Funeral 2 p.m. Monday in Warden United Church, Glace Bay, Rev. Ralph Johnson officiating, assisted by Rev. Eric Lynk. Burial in Forest Haven Memorial Gardens. Donations to Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia, Warden United Church memorial fund, or any charity.
McNAIR, Ronald R.
McNAIR, Ronald R. - 64, Halifax, died February 5, 1999, in the QEII Health Sciences Centre. Born in Mechanic Settlement, N.B. on December 9, 1934, he was a son of Mildred Grace "Millie" (Hall) and the late Raymond McNair. He was raised in Norton, N.B., where he met his future wife. He was a past president of the Kiwanis Club, Sussex, N.B. He moved to Halifax in 1960. He was a member of the Halifax Police Advisory, member and past elder of Rockingham United Church and member of The Maritime Commercial Travellers' Association. For many years, he was a commercial traveller and later owned Ron R. McNair Agencies Ltd. Following his retirement, he was a school bus driver for the APSE Program which he very much enjoyed. He is survived by his wife, the former Mary Elizabeth "Betty" (Saunders); sons, Ronald Michael, Toronto; John Burnett and wife Birgitt (Bierer), Shilo, Manitoba; one grandchild, Mark. Cremation has taken place. Memorial service will be held 2:30 p.m., Monday at Rockingham United Church, Rev. Allen Darby officiating. Reception to follow in church hall. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory may be made to the SPCA and the Bide Awhile Animal Shelter or charity of choice.
BURNS - SUPPLE
BURNS - SUPPLE - In loving memory of my husband Roy Patrick, February 6, 1988 and sister Mildred Mary, February 5, 1995.
To one we will never forget
Your absence to us is a sorrow
Your loss we will always regret.
Remember you always, Vivian and family.
MACKINTOSH - In loving memory of LCDR. (E) James F. Mackintosh (Ret'd), who passed away February 6, 1967.
A silent tear is more than words can say.
LEWIS, Rev. Stewart Clair
LEWIS, Rev. Stewart Clair - 71, Granville Ferry, died February 8, 1999, in Annapolis Royal Nursing Home, Annapolis Royal. Born in Port Lorne, Annapolis Co., he was a son of the late Spurgeon and Elizabeth (Sabean) Lewis. He was an ordained minister with the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada for the past 51 years. He pastored Millerton and Boom Road churches in New Brunswick and Victoria Beach, Liverpool, Tancook Island, Tiddville, Windsor, Sydney and Granville Ferry churches in Nova Scotia. He was the maritime director of Men's Fellowship for 15 years and served on the Maritime District Executive for 20 years. Surviving are son, Gordon and wife Anne, Granville Ferry; granddaughters, Jennifer (Mrs. Dale Park), Oakville, Ont.; April, Wolfville; sisters, Lucinda (Mrs. Donald Fash), Beisker, Atla.; Alice (Mrs. Douglas Lewis), Digby; Jessie (Mrs. John Banks) Port Lorne; Goldie (Mrs. St. Clair Williams), Bridgewater; Rena (Mrs. Langille Williams), Brickton; brother, Floyd, Lawrencetown. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Ruby Smith; brothers, Alfred and Paul. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m. today in Warren T. Roop Funeral Home, Middleton. Funeral service 2 p.m. Wednesday in Trinity Pentecostal Church, Ward Road, Greenwood, Rev. David Slauenwhite, district superintendent, officiating. Spring burial in Highland View Cemetery, Bathurst, N.B. Due to a severe family allergy, the family requests that visitors to the funeral home and church not wear scented products. The family also requests that, in lieu of natural flowers, a donation be made to The Living Memorial Fund, Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada, 6745 Century Avenue, Mississauga, ON L5N 6P7, or charity of choice.
SLAUENWHITE, Nellie Dinah
SLAUENWHITE, Nellie Dinah - 77, Mahone Nursing Home, Mahone Bay, died February 8, 1999, in the home. Born in Halifax, she was the daughter of the late Albert and Mona Mae (James) Soper. Surviving are daughter, Dyanne Currie, Halifax; son, Donald, Lower Cornwall, Lunenburg Co.; 6 grandchildren. Cremation has taken place. Private family burial at a later date.
HARDMAN, Adele Marie
HARDMAN, Adele Marie - 77, Halifax, formerly of Charlottetown, P.E.I., died Monday, February 8, 1999, in St. Vincent's Guest House, 2080 Windsor St., Halifax. Born February 24, 1921, in Charlottetown, she was a daughter of the late Thomas and Della (Griffin) King. Mrs. Hardman worked, as a secretary, for the Department of National Defence in Charlottetown from 1941-43. She married Maurice Hardman in 1944 and remained at home as a housewife and mother until 1965. Soon after the demise of her beloved husband in 1965, she took a refresher business/secretarial course. Beginning in 1966, she worked as a secretary to the chief of police in Halifax. Following positions were held with the Halifax Tourist Bureau, the Joseph Howe Festival and, finally, with Metro Transit. She retired from the workforce in 1983. Mrs. Hardman had been involved in the CWL, the "Legion of Mary" and the Cursillo movement. She was always an active member of the Roman Catholic church. Additionally, during the mid 1980s, Mrs. Hardman was involved with Canadian Pensioners Concerned Inc. in Halifax. Surviving are daughter, Anne Dunsworth and husband Douglas, Halifax; sons, David Maurice Hardman, Halifax, and J. Michael Hardman and wife Elsie, Kentville; grandchildren, Anne Elizabeth Hardman and Mark William Hardman, Kentville; sister, Gertrude King, Charlottetown. He was predeceased by her husband, Maurice Hardman, brother, Robert King. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today, February 9, in Cruikshank's Halifax Funeral Home, 2032 Robie St. A funeral service will be held Wednesday, February 10, at 10 a.m. for Mrs. Hardman at St. Stephen's Roman Catholic Church, 6032 Normandy Dr., Halifax. Cremation will take place following the service. A private, graveside service will be held the following day at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Lower Sackville. In memoriam donations may be made to the Canadian Mental Health Association, Nova Scotia Division, 63 King St., Dartmouth, NS B2Y 2R7, or Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, 5523 Spring Garden Rd., Halifax.
MacKINNON, Stephen Charles
MacKINNON, Stephen Charles - 76, 140 Kings Rd., Sydney, died February 15, 1999, in Cape Breton Regional Hospital. Born in Sandfield, Cape Breton Co., he was a son of the late Archibald and Christina (MacLean) MacKinnon. He served in the RCAF and was a member of Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 138, Ashby. He worked at Modern City Dairy before teaching refrigeration and air conditioning at Cape Breton Regional Vocational School until he retired. Surviving are son, Gerald, Halifax; daughter, Judith (Mrs. Paul Nelles), Mississauga, Ont.; sister, Lexina Keigan, Sydney; five grandchildren. No visitation by request. Memorial service 9:30 a.m. Thursday in Sydney Memorial Chapel, Rev. Sharon Irving officiating. Donations to any charity.
McKAY, Thomas Berkley "Bert"
McKAY, Thomas Berkley "Bert" - 81, Advocate Harbour, formerly of Clayton Park, Halifax, died Monday, February 15, 1999, in Colchester Regional Hospital, Truro. Born in Sambro, he was a son of the late John and May (Cook) McKay. He was a veteran of the Second World War serving with the RCAF. He later operated a taxi for 27 years. Surviving are his wife, the former Carole Fletcher; stepson, Stephen Ayer, Richmond, B.C.; stepdaughters, Elizabeth (Mrs. Jan Prsala), Victoria, B.C.; Janet (Mrs. Byron Feener), Brantford, Ont.; Mrs. Linda (Ayer) Wilson, Dartmouth; Laura (Mrs. Baruck Wile), Masstown; sisters, Mrs. Jean Leard, Summerside, P.E.I.; Mrs. Florence Comeau, Halifax; Mrs. Dorothy Leard, Niagara Falls; Patricia (Mrs. Edward Mahoney), Halifax; brother, Donald McKay, Dartmouth; 11 grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by brothers, Kenneth, Paul. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today, funeral 2 p.m. Thursday, both in Advocate United Church, Rev. Dan Gunn officiating. Burial to follow in Advocate Cemetery. Donations to The Lung Association or to Advocate United Church.
ELLSWORTH, Henry - 93, Elgin, Ill., died February 14, 1999, at home. Born November 22, 1905, in Greenfield, N.Y., he was a son of the late Herbert and Edith Ellsworth. He was employed in the chemical industry for many years, serving as Midwest sales supervisor for West Chemical Products of New York at the time of his retirement. During the 1920s, he served in the United States Army in the meteorology unit, stationed in Havre de Grace, Md. He was a member of First United Methodist Church, Elgin; member of the Masonic Lodge of New York, and former member of Golden K Kiwanis Club, Elgin. He received the Distinguished Service Award from the Elgin Cosmopolitan Club. Surviving are his wife, Margaret Giffin Ellsworth; brother, Floyd. He was predeceased by brother, Ralph; a sister. Memorial service 2:30 p.m. Sunday in First United Methodist Church, Elgin. Private burial in Nova Scotia. In lieu of flowers, donations to First United Methodist Church, Elgin. Arrangements entrusted to Laird Funeral Home, Elgin.