Grant: Rosemary: 71, College St. Antigonish, passed away peacefully , October 10,2004, at St. Martha’s Regional Hospital, Antigonish.
Born in Antigonish, she was the daughter of the late Colin and Christine (Mac Donald) Ross.
She was employed a number of years at Sears Canada, St. Ninian’s Glebe House, and the Capitol Theater.
Surviving are sons Keith (Kim), James River, Robert, Antigonish, James, Duncan, BC, brother Donald, sisters Janet, Antigonish, Betty (Melvin) Green, Toronto, grandchildren Jonathan, Jamie, Ryan, Antigonish. She was predeceased by her husband, John A. Grant, sister Bonnie, brothers John, Neil.
No visitation. Cremation has taken place.
Mass of Christian Burial, 2 p.m. Monday, October 18, 2004, at St. Ninian’s Cathedral, Antigonish, Rev. Andrew Boyd presiding. Interment in the parish cemetery.
No flowers by request.
Memorial donations to Canadian Cancer Society or the Arthritis Society.
Lena Margaret DeYoung
Lena Margaret DeYoung; 89, of Pomquet, Antigonish County, passed away peacefully , Friday November 5, 2004 at St Martha’s Regional Hospital.
Born in Pomquet November 23.1914, she was a daughter of the late Peter and Annie(Benoit) Morell. She was a member of St Croix Parish and was very proud of her Acadian heritage. Lena was an avid bingo player.
Surviving are her husband Bernard, Pomquet, daughter Annie Mae (Barry) Chisholm, Pomquet, son Joseph (R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home), cherished granddaughters Michelle and Nicole Chisholm, Calgary, brother Willie, Pomquet, and sister Effie MacGregor, Natick, MA. She was predeceased by son Pierre, brothers Aloysius, Ambrose, Louie Leo and sister, Bertha.
Visitation 7-9 pm Sunday and 2-4 &7-9 pm Monday in MacIsaac Funeral Home, 61 Pleasant St., Antigonish.
Mass of Christian Burial 10:30 Tuesday in St. Croix Church, Pomquet, Rev. Peter Baccardax presiding. Burial in the parish cemetery.
Donations to St Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation.
Milton Earl Murray
MURRAY, Milton Earl – 63, of Gaspreaux Lake, Antigonish County passed away peacefully at home November 9, 2004, after a lengthy illness. Born in Boston, MA, he was a son of Rena (Williams) Murray and the late Sherman Murray. Milton moved with his family to his wife’s home in Antigonish in 1972, where he was employed with Ben’s Limited until the time of his illness. He will be fondly remembered for his kind heart and his keen sense of humour. He will be missed by his bedside companion, Sparkle. Besides his mother he is survived by his wife of 43 years, Betty (Stewart), daughters Cheryl (David) MacDonald, Doctor’s Brook, Beth (Ron) Blommers, Hawaii, sons Jim (Maura Lee), Antigonish, Shane (Jackie), Halifax, 13 grandchildren and brother Sherman (Charlotte), California, many in-laws, nieces and nephews and special cousin Anne Marie Black. He was predeceased by his infant son, Stewart and brother David.
Visitation 2-4 and 7-9 PM Thursday in MacIsaac Funeral Home, Pleasant Street, Antigonish. Mass of Christian Burial 11:00 am Friday in St Joseph’s Church, St Joseph’s, Antigonish County. Burial in the parish cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Palliative Care Unit, St Martha’s Regional Hospital, or the Nova Scotia Lung Association.
Bishop William Edward Power
1915 - 2003
The Most Reverend William Edward Power, former bishop of Antigonish, passed peacefully away, November 29th 2003 at Bethany, Antigonish, where he was in residence, . He was 88, and had served as Bishop of Antigonish from 1960 until his resignation in 1986.
Bishop Power was born in Montreal on September 27, 1915, son of Nicholas Walter and Bridget Elizabeth (Callaghan) Power. After studies at le Grand Séminaire de Montréal, he was ordained a priest on June 7, 1941. In Montreal he was active as a chaplain to the Young Christian Workers Movement (YCW), a movement in which he maintained a lively interest all his life. He held several other pastoral appointments in Montreal, including the appointment as parish priest of St. Jean de Brébeuf Parish. At the time of his nomination as bishop he was Vice-Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Montreal.
Bishop Power was appointed Bishop of Antigonish on May 12, 1960, was ordained a bishop in Montreal on July 20 of the same year, and was formally installed in Antigonish on August 10. He was one of the last remaining bishops in Canada who took part as a bishop in all four sessions of the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965). In the years following the Council he was one of the leaders of the Church in Canada in implementing its reforms, serving as Vice-President of the Canadian Council of Catholic Bishops in 1969-1971, and as its President from 1971-1973. He was elected the first President of the Atlantic Episcopal Assembly in 1972, and a representative from Canada to the Synod of Bishops in Rome on evangelization in 1974. He also served as a member of several commissions of the C.C.C.B., including the Social Affairs Commission that produced the major document 'Ethical Reflections on the Economic Crisis' in 1982.
In his service to the Diocese of Antigonish, Bishop Power was active in promoting social justice, the involvement of the laity, pastoral renewal and the ongoing formation of the clergy. As bishop he served also as Chancellor of St. Francis Xavier University, which awarded him an honourary doctorate in 1989, and in 1999 named after him 'Power Hall,' one of its new residences. He resigned as Bishop of Antigonish on December 9, 1986, but continued to serve as diocesan administrator until the installation of his successor, Bishop Colin Campbell, on March 17, 1987. In his retirement he lived at St. Francis Xavier University, until very recently when he took up residence at the Motherhouse of the Sisters of St. Martha at Bethany, Antigonish.
The present bishop of the Diocese of Antigonish, Bishop Raymond Lahey, today paid tribute to his predecessor. He said: 'Bishop Power was a remarkably talented person, both as an individual and a churchman, who put his considerable abilities at the service of the Church and the world at every level: diocesan, national, and universal. His promotion of the role and mission of the laity in bringing the message of Christ into the environment in which they lived was for him a life-long calling to which he never ceased to be devoted. His real enthusiasm for the renewal of the Church advocated by Vatican II and his broad understanding of the work and documents of the Council will never be forgotten by anyone who encountered him. His personal qualities of a deep spirituality, constant good humor, and an enduring hope in God enabled him to leave to us all a rich and lasting legacy.'
Bishop Power is survived by one brother, Kevin (Madelaine), of Halifax, three Sisters who are religious of the Sacred Heart, Sisters Elizabeth and Margaret of Halifax, and Sister Mary of Montreal, as well as a number of nephews and nieces.
Bishop Power’s remains will be received at St. Ninian’s Cathedral, Antigonish, on Monday evening, December 1, at 7:00 p.m., when Evening Prayer for the Dead will be celebrated. The remains will lie in wake in the Cathedral until the funeral liturgy, which will take place on Wednesday morning, the feast of St. Francis Xavier, at 11:00 a.m., with burial in St. Ninian’s Cemetery to follow. On Tuesday evening, December 2, at 7:00 p.m. the vigil service will be celebrated.
Donald William MacKay
MacKay, Donald William- 67, Antigonish, formerly of Loch Lomond, Richmond Co.
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Donald “Dannie” MacKay which occurred March 23,2005 in Antigonish. Born in Loch Lomond, Richmond Co., he was the son of the late Murray and Donelda (Morrison) MacKay. He was a charter member of the Sheet Metal Workers Union and he worked on various construction sites. He taught Sheet Metal and Drafting at the Vocational School, Sydney and Marconi Campus. He was a talented musician and played with many local bands. His favorite was Bluegrass. Other hobbies were painting, fishing and hunting. He is survived by daughter Laura, East Bay; son, Kevin, Edmonton; grandchildren, Sarah and Kira, East Bay; brother, Murray “Buddy”, Antigonish; many nieces and nephews.
Cremation has taken place. Memorial Service will be 10 a.m. Monday, March 28, in Immaculate Conception Church, Sydney Mines. Interment at a later date. Reception to follow in the Centennial Room. Arrangements under the direction of MacIsaac Funeral Home, Antigonish.
DEVEAU, Clarence John
DEVEAU, Clarence John - 42, Halifax, formerly of Petit de Grat, died suddenly on August 4, 2007. Born in Petit de Grat, he was a son of the late Joseph Edouard and Sarah Lucienne (Roach) Deveau. He was employed with Metro Community Living at the time of his death. He enjoyed playing the guitar and singing. He is survived by siblings, Raymond (Barbara), Eastern Passage; Wayne, Arichat; Gisele Embree, Dartmouth; Thelma Hylton, Orangeville, Ont.; Remi (Darlene), Pomquet; several nieces and nephews. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by brother, Clary in infancy. No visitation by request. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday, August 9, in St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church (Windmill Road), Dartmouth. Burial will be at a later date in Cheticamp. Family flowers only. Donations in memory may be made to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia. Arrangement entrusted to Dartmouth Funeral Home, 29 Queen St.
MacKINNON, Keith Ian
MacKINNON, Keith Ian - 68, Bridgewater, died August 4, 2007, at home. Born February 12, 1939, in Liverpool, Queens Co., he was a son of the late Robert Kitchener and Margaret Jean (Smiley) MacKinnon. He is survived by his wife, Catherine Lynn (Aitken); sons, Craig David (Yolanda), Thunder Bay, Ont.; Paul Kitchener (Erica), Halifax; grandchildren, David Petteri and Bianca Skye; sister, Shirley Babin, Liverpool; brothers, R.K. (Dorothy Anne), Liverpool; James, Lachute, Que.; nieces and nephews, Frank Babin, Barbara Snarby, Beverley Pettersen, Becky Mason, John MacKinnon, Scott MacKinnon, Shawn MacKinnon; several grandnieces and grandnephews, great-grandnieces and great-grandnephews. Ian graduated from Acadia University in 1966 with a diploma in education and was a teacher/principal in Arcadia, Yarmouth Co.; Newcombville, Mahone Bay, and Hebbville, Lunenburg Co., retiring in 1994. He was a member of the Bridgewater Curling Club, Olde Town Golf Club, and the Bridgewater United Church, serving on the Board of Stewards. He was also a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 24, Bridgewater. He was an avid hunter and spent many hours at his camp on Turtle Lake, West Caledonia. Cremation has already taken place. Private family interment in Brookside Cemetery, Bridgewater. Memorial service at 2 p.m. Thursday in Bridgewater United Church, Rev. Ivan Norton officiating. A reception to follow. No flowers by request. Memorial donations may be made to the following organizations: St. Joseph's Hospice Care Unit, Thunder Bay, Ont.; Victorian Order of Nurses, Lunenburg County Branch; Palliative Care Program, South Shore Regional Hospital; or Lunenburg County Home Support Services. Arrangements entrusted to Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater.
O'HANDLEY, Allie - Passed away peacefully on Monday, August 6, 2007, in Sydney. Born in Glace Bay, he was a son of Clara (Bennett) and the late John O'Handley. He will be missed by his loving mother, Clara; brothers, Henry and Cal; sisters, Bev, Elaine, Helen, Lena, Cathy, Rita, and Clara; several nieces and nephews. Besides his father, he was predeceased by his brothers, Jack and Tom. Visitation Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. in V.J. McGillivray Funeral Home, Glace Bay. Funeral mass will be celebrated 11 a.m. on Thursday in Immaculate Conception Church. Interment will follow in Calvary Cemetery.
SMITH, Adolphus H. "Al"
SMITH, Adolphus H. "Al" - It is with deepest sadness that we announce the passing of Adolphus "Al" H. Smith on October 6, 2007, in his 89th year, at home in Dartmouth. Born in Parrsboro, he was the son of the late Brenton J. and Mildred J. (Taggart) Smith. Al grew up in Cumberland County and joined the Merchant Marine at the age of 18, sailing the Atlantic and Caribbean Sea. He remained in the Merchant Navy until 1941 when he joined the Royal Canadian Navy. While home during the war he met his future bride, Mary Jane "Mamie", and they were married in 1943. Al remained in the navy until 1945. He was awarded the 1939-45 Star, the Atlantic Star, The Canadian Volunteer Service medal with Clasp, and the 1939-45 War Medal for his service. The following year he began work at the Halifax Shipyards. In 1952 he joined the Department of National Defense Fire Services and worked as a fireman both at the dockyard and at Shearwater retiring in 1979 after 27 years of loyal service. In 1967 the family moved to Dartmouth. Al enjoyed playing cards, was a member of the Centennial Branch Legion, a member of Keith's No. 17 Masonic Lodge, and a Kiwanis Club member. He will be sadly missed by his faithful companion, his Pomeranian Sabre. He is survived by his beloved children, Shirley (John) Richardson, Owen Sound, B.C.; Audrey (Gord) Gelineau, Winnipeg, Man.; Marilyn (Murray) Lee, Dartmouth; Dawn (Marcel) Morin, Windsor, Ont.; Donald (Vivian) Smith, Barry (Christine) Smith, Joyce (John) Larkins, all of Dartmouth; brothers, Russell, Lloyd, Floyd Smith; 11 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife of 58 years, Mary Jane (Bourgeous); brothers, Harley, Everett, Lawson, Stewart, Fred; sisters Ethel, Hilda, Jessie, Eva, Laura. Cremation has taken place. Visitation will be today from 7-9 p.m., memorial service will be 2 p.m. Thursday, October 11, both in Atlantic Funeral Home, 771 Main St., Dartmouth, Rev. Patricia Malin officiating. Burial in Dartmouth Memorial Gardens, with a reception to be held in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia or S.P.C.A.
SAULNIER, Freedom Cecelia Angel
SAULNIER, Freedom Cecelia Angel - It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our daughter who was five days old, on October 7, 2007, in IWK Health Centre, Halifax, where she was born. She was the daughter of Steven Saulnier and Alayna Barkhouse of Onslow Mountain. Surviving are brother, Quintin Ogden, 12, of Onslow Mountain; uncle, Sheldon (Courtney) Saulnier, Meteghan; aunt, Twilla (Tim) Baillie, Surrey, B.C.; paternal grandparents, Bernard and Debbie Saulnier, Beaver River; maternal grandparents, Gerald and Anne Barkhouse, Great Village; and great-grandparents. Visitation Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. in Meteghan Funeral Home. Funeral Friday at 11 a.m. in St. Bernard Church, Rev. Paul Belliveau officiating. Donations may be made to IWK Health Centre.
KLATT, Andrew Uve "Andy"
KLATT, Andrew Uve "Andy" - 50, Halifax, passed away in the VG Site, QEII, Halifax, on October 8, 2007. Born in Halifax, Andy was a son of Gertrud (Klose) Klatt and the late Heinz Klatt. He loved his children and family and loved the outdoors. Andy was an electrician for the past 27 years and was a member of the IBEW 625. He was previously employed with Sears. He is survived by his wife, Catherine "Cathy" (Armsworthy) Klatt, Halifax; son, Mitchell and daughter, Haley, at home; brother, Reiner (Elizabeth), Halifax; sisters, Doris (Rick) Glawson, Lake Echo; Heidi (Stephen) Bell, Bedford; Rosemarie Klatt (Paul O'Toole), Cookes Brook; aunts, Hilde, Anneliese, Meta and cousins in Germany; cousin, Christa Evans and family in Australia. Andy will be sadly missed by aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements are under the care and direction of J. Albert Walker Funeral Home (2005) Ltd., 149 Herring Cove Rd., Spryfield (477-5601), where visitation will be held from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. today and Thursday, October 11. Funeral service will be held Friday, October 12, at 11 a.m. in the funeral home chapel with Rev. Patricia Malin officiating. Interment will be in Fairview Lawn Cemetery. There will be a reception in the funeral home following the interment. Family flowers only by request. Donations in Andy's memory may be made to The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada.
MEISNER, Mary Christine "Chris"
MEISNER, Mary Christine "Chris" - 86, of Baddeck, passed away Monday, October 8, 2007, in Alderwood Rest Home. Born in Sydney, July 28, 1921, she was the daughter of the late Kenneth and Anne Watson. Surviving are her son, Peter (Sue), Baddeck; daughter, Bev Taylor, Halifax; grandson, John (Dana), Alberta; brother, Robert (Mabel) Watson, Sydney. Chris was a businesswoman who worked in many aspects of public life. She lived life to the fullest with her late husband, Clarence "Chow", in Ingonish. According to her wishes, cremation has taken place and there will be no service. Memorials may be made to Alderwood Rest Home, Baddeck, where the staff cared for her as their own. Many thanks to all of you.
WARD, Everett N. "Ev", MWO-RCAF (ret'd)
WARD, Everett N. "Ev", MWO-RCAF (ret'd) - 68, of Summerside, P.E.I., passed away Saturday, October 6, 2007, in Prince County Hospital, Summerside. Born in Kentville, on December 13, 1938, he was a son of the late Clarke and Mary (Deal) Ward. Ev joined the Armed Services in 1957 at St. Jeans, Que. He then served in Camp Borden, Ont.; St. Huberts, Que.; Cold Lake, Alta.; 4 Wing Baden Baden, Germany; Greenwood and finally Selmon Park, Summerside, retiring with the rank of Master Warrant Officer. He was a member of the 1993 Provincial Senior Men's Curling Team, representing Prince Edward Island and a former member of the Military hockey and softball teams and was and employee of Summerside Selmon Park Airport. He is survived by his wife, the former Patricia F. "Pat" Cochrane; his children, Heather Dorsey, Montague; Nancy (Jeff) Tarkka, Middleton; Debbie Ward (Michael Hoar), Prince George, B.C., and Sharon (Gerry) Pollock, Summerside; grandchildren, Luke and Marshall Dorsey, Ian Tarkka, Sydney, and Sam Hoar, Emma and Alissa Pollock; sisters, Louise (Bob) Nichols, Bobcaygeon, Ont.; Valerie (Allan) Mader, Kentville; sisters-in-law, Eula Hopper, Murphy Lake, Kings Co.; Rowlena Cochrane, The Forties, Lunenburg Co.; nieces and nephews. Visitation was held 7-9 p.m. Tuesday with a Royal Canadian Legion service at 6:30 p.m. in Davison Funeral Home, Kensington, P.E.I., where the funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. today. A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, October 12, in Elm Grove Cemetery, Steam Mill, Kings Co. A reception will follow in White Family Funeral Home, Kentville. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations in memory may be made to the Spina Bifida Association of Nova Scotia. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to White Family Funeral Home, Kentville.
ARCHIBALD, Elwyn Clifford, Const. Ret'd
ARCHIBALD, Elwyn Clifford, Const. Ret'd - 78, of Truro, passed away Monday, October 8, 2007, in Colchester Regional Hospital, Truro, after a long, courageous battle with cancer. Born in Truro, he was a son of the late Clifford and Josephine (Fields) Archibald. Elwyn was a member of the Truro Police Service where he served for 28 years. In his earlier years, he worked at the Truro Feed and Farm Supply and later at Ralston Purina, Truro. He was an active member of the Truro Wesleyan Church where he was treasurer for several years, and was a member of The Gideon's. Elwyn was very active in the community and was on the Board at Future Works. He devoted many years to the Maritime Cattle Market Association and also to the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition. He was an avid woodsman and farmer. He will always be remembered for his unique laughter and his great appetite. "Pup" loved his grandchildren. He will be dearly missed by his loving wife, his family, and all who knew him. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, the former Greta Lynds; sons, Wayne (Jenny) of Truro; Dale (Susan) of Calgary, Alta.; Kevin (Margo) of Truro; daughters, Janice (John) Gero of Truro; Karen (James) Morrell of Truro; grandchildren, Jonathon, David, Daniel, Naomi, Kelley, Kristy, Colton, Nicholas, Noah, Abigail; great-grandsons, Logan, Joshua; brothers, Dr. Gerald (Gail) Archibald of Woodbridge, Ont.; Dr. Reginald (Marilyn) Archibald of Bridgewater; nieces and nephews. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m. today and funeral service 2 p.m. Thursday, both in Mattatall Funeral Home, 55 Young St., Truro, Rev. Ken Banks will officiate with a reception to follow in the funeral home. A private family burial will follow in Crossroads Cemetery, Valley. Family flowers only. Donations in Elwyn's memory may be made to The Gideon's, Wesleyan Church, Truro, or to a charity of choice.
WELLS (Nickerson), Eileen Mary "Nicki "
WELLS (Nickerson), Eileen Mary "Nicki " - LPN, GT, Commissioner of Oaths of Wellington Dyke Road, Port Williams, formerly of Kentville, passed away at peace and without pain due to undetermined causes on Thursday, October 4, 2007, in the VG Site, QEII, Halifax, in the arms of her ever loving husband Dr. Donald Otis Wells and with family at her bedside. Eileen was motivated during her entire life by a deep love and belief in God and a dedication to serve others in need. The daughter of Jean Creelman and Robert McDougall, she began life as Aileen Agnes McDougall on January 5, 1947, in Halifax. She spent part of her very early years in St. Joseph's Orphanage. At the age of four, she was adopted by Sarah and Edward O'Toole of Halifax. A graduate of St. Patrick's High School and the LPN course at Camp Hill Hospital, she began her lifetime of service in 1968 as a nurse in the surgical and urology units at the BFM Hospital in Kentville. Beginning in 1980 she took a different path and became a Social Worker for the Community of Kings County, with a very large caseload throughout the county. Her focus shifted slightly from the sick to the poor and the disabled. 1994 saw her enroll at Mount Saint Vincent University to study gerontology, from which she was very proud to graduate in 1997. Eileen then returned to her beloved profession of nursing, again with emphasis on the elderly and the disabled. She worked at the Veterans Memorial Building and Abby Lane Hospital at the QEII; Ocean View Manor in Eastern Passage; Wedgewood House in Kentville; Hants Community Hospital and Valley Regional Hospital on the Surgery and Medical Floors. The driving force for Eileen was always her passion for those less fortunate than she. She would often act as an advocate for those who could not advocate for themselves. When Eileen believed in a cause, she would fight hard and relentlessly for what she believed to be right, even when the consequences caused her personal harm. She was always honest and straight forward. The constant volunteer, she was active on many boards and committees. Among others, she was a volunteer at the Flower Cart, New Minas; at Hope Cottage, Halifax; in the Alzheimer's Unit, Veterans Memorial Hospital, QEII, as an advocate for seniors with spiritual, mental or physical disabilities; a member of the steering committee for establishing a Palliative Care Program in the Kentville area in the 1980s; assisted in establishing the first two safe houses for battered women in Kings County; a member of the executive committees for the Municipal Social Services Association for Kings and Western District and the Annapolis Valley Work Activity Centre for the Provincial and Federal Governments. She was a team leader for EMO, Province of Nova Scotia. She also served as Chair of the Central Kings Community Health Board, Chair of the Eastern Kings Community Health Board and Co-Chair of the Council of Chairs for the Community Health Boards of the Annapolis Valley District Health Authority. She was recently appointed by the Honorable Chris d'Entremont, Minister of Health, to the Board of the Annapolis Valley District Health Authority, with a term beginning October 1, 2007. She was predeceased by her mother, Jean Creelman and father, Robert McDougall; her adopted parents, Sarah and Edward O'Toole and sister, Barbara Graves. She is survived by her loving husband, Don; daughter, Johanna Nickerson, Halifax; son, James, (Tanya) Nickerson III, Woodville, Kings Co.; granddaughter of one month, Julia Nickerson; sisters, Joan (Robert) Norris of Lethbridge, Alta.; Catherine (William) Chambers of Dartmouth; Linda (Amedee) Martell of Louisdale; Sheila (Eric) Hennessy of Halifax; brothers, Robert Mason and Father Terrence O'Toole, both of Halifax; stepdaughters, Dr. Valana (Dr. John Rutherford) Wells of Scottsdale, Ariz.; Vanessa Wells, J.D. of Palo Alto, Calif.; Vanita (Mark Della Maggiora) Wells of San Jose; stepsons, Dr. Eric (Evelyn) Wells of Oakland, Calif.; Dr. Barrett (Dr. Kathy Pae) Wells, Glastonbury Conn., and Barton Wells of Palo Alto, Calif., and six other grandchildren. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her and loved her, especially those lives she touched and who benefited from her extreme generosity. In the words of one of the doctors at Valley Regional Hospital, "we will É..find solace in the memory of an extraordinary woman who had energy for life that was infectious to others." Visitation will be held from 7-9 p.m. Friday, October 12, in White Family Funeral Home, Kentville. The funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, October 13, in St. John's Anglican Church, Church Street, Port Williams. Burial will take place in the church cemetery. A reception will follow in the home of Don and Eileen Wells, 415 Wellington Dyke Rd., Port Williams. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory may be made to Valley Hospice Foundation. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to White Family Funeral Home, Kentville.