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Joseph Chester ANGLEHART
Père : Mathias Anglehart
Mère : Lily May Baker
Décès le : 2008-08-25
Parution : 2008-09-17
Paru dans : The Tribune, Campbelton, NB

Joseph Chester Anglehart Passed away at the Campbellton Regional Hospital on August 25, 2008 at the age of 65, Mr. Joseph Chester Anglehart. Born in Campbellton on March 24, 1943, he was the son of the late Mathias Anglehart and the late Lily May Baker. He was employed as a Journeyman Electrician for 42 years. Chester was a member of United Commercial Travellers (UCT) for 35 years. He served as local Council Secretary-treasurer for 18 years, on the Atlantic Board for 6 years and also served as Grand Chaplain. He was a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, (IBEW) Local 2166 for 36 years - was Unit Chairperson for the Campbellton Unit and also served as President for 9 years. He leaves to mourn his wife, Sharon Anglehart (née Berube); daughters, Stephanie (Pierre Paulin) Anglehart, Campbellton, NB; Kristina (Tim) Aston, Ottawa, Ontario; grandson, Justin Anglehart, Campbellton; sisters, Victoria (Roy Sr.) Spencer, Bangor Maine; Joanne McLaughlin (Angel Lopez), Kissimmee, Florida; brothers, Arthur (Dayle) Paulin, Unicoi, Tennessee; Peter Paulin, Colorado; godmother, Roseanne Olscamp, Stoney Creek (Hamilton) Ontario. Also several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. The funeral mass was held at the Saint Thomas Aquinas Church, Campbellton with Father Benoit officiating. Eulogy for Chester was read by long time friend, John Lind, Coldbrook, Nova Scotia, with special hymns sung by the Saint Thomas Aquinas Church Choir and his favourite hymn 'Ave Maria' sung by close friend Aline LeCouffe. Pallbearers were, Marc Charest, Tom Berube, Bernard Berube, Gerald Dumont, John Lind and Irvine Keeley. Honorary Pallbearers were, Louis Doucet, Roger Santerre, Ralph LeCouffe, Bill Doiron, Mark Geraghty, Normand Bergeron, Raymond Joncas and Roger Baker. Interment was at the Saint Thomas Aquinas Cemetery, Campbellton, NB. Donations were given to the Cancer Society and the NB Lung Association. Funeral arrangements were in the care of Maher's Funeral Home, Campbellton. Source: The Tribune,Campbelton,NB Date de parution:September 17, 2008 Listing ID:166246

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