Andrew G. Sage
Peacefully at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Monday, March 25, 2013 of Andrew G. Sage of Charlottetown, age 52 years. Beloved husband Cindy (nee DeCoste). Son of Mary and the late Gordon Sage. Brother of Roberta (Kevin) MacRae and Cathy (Gilles) Fougere. Uncle of Gordon and Robert MacRae. Remembered by Justin, Corey and Leigh MacNevin.
Arrangements entrusted to MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel. No visiting hours or funeral service by personal request. If so desired, memorials to The Salvation Army would be appreciated.
The death occurred at the Atlantic Baptist Nursing Home on Tuesday, June 25, 2013 of Kenneth Jenkins of Mt Herbert, age 91 years. Husband of Evelyn (nee Mutch). Father of Gary (Carol), Deborah (Trent) Costello, June (David) Sanderson, Beth (David) Grant and Leigh (Tanya) Jenkins. Grampy to Angela, Sarah, Dean, Julie, Andrew, Nicolas, Allyson, Kenneth, Charles, Gavin, Bradley and Cameron. Great-grampy to 6 great- grandchildren. Brother of Florence Harding, Clair (Verna) and Almon Jenkins, brother-in-law of Alma Jenkins. Predeceased by brothers Hollis, Harvey, Keith and George and sisters Edna and Betty.
Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel. Funeral from Trinity United Church on Friday at 11 a.m. Private interment in The Peoples Cemetery. If so desired, memorials to Trinity United Church or a charity of your choice. Visiting hours Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
The family extends a special thank you to the staff of the Atlantic Baptist Nursing Home for their care of Ken during the past 15 months.
Kathleen Mae "Kay" MacDonald
Peacefully at Beach Grove Home on Saturday, August 24, 2013 of Kathleen Mae “Kay” MacDonald (nee Campbell) age 81 years. Loving mother of Elizabeth Ann (predeceased), Pauline “Polly” (Glen) MacPherson, Cyrus (Brenda), Darlene and James (Wendy). Sister of Annie (Dean) Ravenhill and Victor (Deanna) Campbell.
Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel from where the service will be held on Thursday at 10. a.m. Interment in Calvin Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Mermaid. If so desired, memorials to The Alzheimers Society or the Calvin Church Cemetery Fund would be appreciated. Visiting hours Wednesday from 5 to 9 p.m.
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Joan Alexandra Bell (nee MacIntyre)
Our mother, Joan Alexandra Bell of Calgary, passed away on Thursday, November 1, 2012 at the age of 89 years.
Joan was born in Charlottetown, daughter of Dr. Heath and Amanda MacIntyre. She married her high school love, Gordon Bell, in 1944 and they celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary in 2002, three months before our father died.
Joan is survived by her sons Fred (Margaret) and Allan (Donna), her daughters Barbara (Doug) Hill and Nancy (Dan) Clement, seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
Joan was predeceased by her husband Gordon Bell.
A graveside service will be held at The Peoples Cemetery, Charlottetown on Tuesday, September 10 at 10 a.m. A reception will follow in the Morrie Room at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel following the service.
Peacefully at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Saturday, September 14, 2013 of Mary Lantz of Stratford, age 78 years. Wife of the late Rory Lantz. Loving mother of Lynn Hiscox, Wendy Lantz (Terry Earl) and Gwen Lantz (predeceased). She is also survived by grandchildren Lindsay, Jaclyn and Cydney and great-grandchild Braxton.
Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel from where the family will receive relatives and friends on Tuesday from 4 to 6 p.m. Interment in The Peoples Cemetery. If so desired, memorials to the Multiple Sclerosis Society would be appreciated.
The death occurred at the Palliative Care Unit of the Prince Edward Home on Sunday, September 22, 2013 of Alan Lund of Winsloe, age 60 years. Beloved husband of Dawn (Ford) and father of Amber (Isaac) Lund-Thompson and Christian (Laura-Beth MacLeod). Poppy to Erik Thompson. Brother of Noreen (Harold) MacDonald, Trevor (Beth) Lund, Mike (Judith) Lund, Madeline (Wayne) Gallant, Marilyn Alyward and Pat Lund.
Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel from where the service will be held on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Interment in Sherwood Cemetery. If so desired, memorials to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. Visiting hours Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
Dr. Lloyd Beck MacLeod
Lloyd passed peacefully October 9, 2013, in his eighty third year, at the Palliative Care Unit, Prince Edward Home, together with his loving family. Left to remember Lloyd are his children Susan MacLeod (Marc Jesmer), Kathryn Coll (Charles) and David MacLeod, as well as his grandchildren Charlie and Hailee Coll, his brother George MacLeod and sister Phyllis (Sandy) Dawson. Lloyd was pre-deceased by his wife Audrey and his infant son Robert, his parents Bruce and Myrtle MacLeod, and his siblings, Everett, Willard and Margaret.
Lloyd was born and raised in Grandview, PEI and attended Prince of Wales College, MacDonald College, and Cornell University, where he received his PhD in Soil Science. Lloyd married Audrey Lawrence on August 20, 1955 and after residing in Amherst for several years, made their permanent home back in PEI. Lloyd was perhaps best known as the Director of the Canada Agriculture Research Station in Charlottetown (1970-1990), however he also contributed significantly to the community as: President of the Charlottetown Rotary Club, co-founder of the Charlottetown Royalty Rotary Club, Chairman of the Eastern School District, Chair of the QE Hospital Foundation, Chair of the Potato Marketing Board, a founder of the men’s and ladies Charlottetown Probus Club, and most recently, Chair of the Friends of the Farm. During his retirement Lloyd wrote and published a book entitled “The Way Things Were”, which chronicled life on a PEI farm during the depression and World War II.
Lloyd will be remembered for his quiet and loving nature, his strong sense of family and his commitment to the community.
The family would like to thank the staff of Andrews of Stratford, where Lloyd happily resided for the past four years. We would also like to thank Dr.’s Cabilo, White and Lecours as well as the nursing staff on Unit 2 for their recent care of Lloyd.
Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel. Funeral Sunday from Park Royal United Church at 2 p.m. Interment in Sherwood Cemetery. If so desired, memorials to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation would be appreciated. Visiting hours to celebrate Lloyd’s life will be on Saturday from 2-5 p.m.
James Arthur Hugh "Pete" Paton
After a rich and full life, at the age of 93, prominent Charlottetown entrepreneur and WWII veteran, Pete Paton, passed away peacefully on October 15th, at the Palliative Care Unit of the Prince Edward Home. He was born in 1919 and was predeceased by his much loved wife and companion of 47 years, Eileen (Gorham), his parents Lt. Colonel Rowland Paton and Margaret Alison (Peters) Paton, and sister Katherine Brown (Nickerson) Paton.
He will be sadly missed by his children Christine (Rick Cunjak), Anna (Ian Tillard), Valerie, Caroline (Karl Brunjes), and Hugh (Jill). Pete was a very special Grandad to 13 grandchildren, Kyle (Michelle Yorke), Leah, and Katherine Cunjak, Gillian and Elsbeth Tillard, Natalie (Alex MacFadyen) and Grace Sullivan, Hugh Landymore and Avery Bruenjes, and Samuel, Benjamin, Geoffrey, and Victoria Paton, and to great granddaughter Madeline Sullivan.
Born in Charlottetown, PEI, Pete was educated at St. Peters Church School, West Kent School, and Rothesay Collegiate. His expansive business career began in 1938 when he became a bond salesman with Royal Securities Ltd in Charlottetown. He enlisted in the Canadian Army during the Second World War and served in Canada and overseas, returning as Captain in 1945. Immediately after the war, at age 26, he created Associated Foods Ltd., a tuna packing plant in Fox Point, N.S, where he produced Ocean Gold canned tuna, a first in Atlantic Canada. In 1948, he joined in the purchase and was President of the Industrial Shipping Company in Mahone Bay, N.S. which built boats and motor vessels. In 1950, Pete sold his interest in the company, married Eileen, and they moved to Toronto where he established Paton Corporation to undertake the buying and selling of industrial companies. Pete served as a director and president on a number of boards including president of Great West Saddlery Ltd, Brandon Packers, Gateway Packers Ltd, St. Adeles Lodge, Goldsmiths Ltd, Chappells Ltd, and the George H. Hees Ltd. In 1968, Pete returned to PEI with his wife and young children where he established Tidewater Seafoods Inc. with plants in Victoria, Murray Harbour, and Charlottetown, and later created and built the first commercial lobster aquaculture operation in North America, Marine Lobster Farms. He was also involved in development of commercial real estate, and restaurant operations.
Pete was a great-great grandson of Sir Samuel Cunard, and he spent many retirement hours researching and writing about his life.
Pete was a member of St. Peter’s Cathedral, where he served as financial warden and manager of St. Peter’s Publications until 2009. Pete founded St. Peter’s Church archives, in which he continued to participate until 2011. He was also a member of the Royal Commonwealth Society, and the Probus Club of Charlottetown and the Royal NS Yacht Squadron.
Pete leaves to his children, grandchildren, and great grandchild, a rich and full family legacy, and many wonderful memories.
Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel. Funeral Tuesday from St. Peter’s Cathedral at 10 a.m. Interment in St. Peter’s Anglican Cemetery. If so desired, memorials to St. Peter’s Cathedral Memorial Fund or the Palliative Care Unit of the Prince Edward Home would be appreciated. Visiting hours Monday from 3-6 p.m.
The family would like to thank Sheila Stapleton, Pete’s special caregiver and family friend, Dr. Mireille Lecours and her team, and the caregivers and staff who looked after him at Andrews of Stratford.
The death occurred at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Monday, November 11, 2013 of Shirley Hennessey of Charlottetown and Andrews of Stratford, age 89 years. Beloved wife of the late Ray Hennessey. Loving mother of Pam (David ) Ing, Bill (Ruby) Hennessey, Tim (Liz) Hennessey and Alan (Susan) Davison. Grandmother of Chris and Andrew Ing, Trevor, Craig, Eric, Brian, Jeff Hennessey and Alexander Davison. Great-grandmother of Tyler, Nathaniel, Brenna, Gabriel, Avery, Terrin, Elias, Eowyn and Amadeus.
Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel from where the service will be held on Friday at 10.a.m. Interment in Tryon Peoples Cemetery. If so desired, memorials to The Heart and Stroke Foundation or The P.E.I. Humane Society would be appreciated. Visiting hours Thursday from 3 to 6 p.m.
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