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Fiche créée le : 2006-09-07
Père : Arthur J. Mawhinney
Mère : Sarah A. MacKay
Décès le : 2006-09-07
Parution : 2006-09-08
Conjoint(e) : Harry C. Boyer
Paru dans : Telegraph Journal, St. John, NB

BOYER, LU MILDRED - Lu Mildred Boyer (1902-2006), wife of the late Harry C. Boyer, formerly of Douglas Avenue, passed away on September 7, at Rocmaura. She was the second daughter of Arthur J. Mawhinney and Sarah A. MacKay of Maces Bay, Charlotte County, NB. She was the last surviving member of her family, being pre-deceased by her brothers Sammie and Blair Mawhinney and sisters, Elizabeth Small, Irene Clark and Kathleen Clark. Lu is survived by her only child Clifford (Betty), six grandchildren, David, eleven great-grandchildren, Justin, Aaron, Janelle, Evan, Sarah, Bailey, Sean, Stephen, and Daniel Boyer, Laura and Tristan McPhee; seven step-great grandchildren, Scott, Mark and Brent Curran, Christopher, Adam and Sarah Gallant, and Rebecca Freemantle; two great-great grandsons Hayden and Benjamin, seven step great-great grandchildren, Ethan, Landen, Caleb, Julia, Justice, Gregory and Ayden, and many nieces and nephews. Lu was a member of Centenary-Queen Square United Church where she was in the choir for many years, and a life member of United Church Women. Lu loved to curl, and was Past President of St. Andrew's Ladies Curling Club. she was a member and Past Matron of Saint John Chapter #14, OES. Lu worked at the post office during the Christmas rush for several years and along with her sister Irene Clark, looked after the handicraft section at the ANE for about ten year. She and her husband Harry opened their home to many sailors who were looking for homes during their stay in the city during World War Two. She was active in politics and was given a Special Recognition certificate fro the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada. The family would like to extend special thanks to Rocmaura for their loving car of Lu over the past ten years. Resting at A.W. Cavanagh Funeral Home & Cremation Centre, 91 Leinster Street (634-1712) with visiting on Friday from 2 to 4 and p.m. 7 to 9 p.m. The funeral service will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. in Cavanagh's Chapel followed by interment in Maces Bay Cemetery. Donations to the Maces Bay Cemetery or to a charity of the donour's choice. [The Telegraph-Journal]


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