DAVIES, Nina Sheila, (nee Price) Much beloved friend and wife of 51 years to Ronald, cherished mother of Rosemary and of Ian, much loved and admired grandmother to Liane and Savannah, after a valiant battle with cancer, aged 75, Nina died peacefully on December 20 with her loving husband at her side. She lived a life of courage, love, integrity and dedication, despite major surgeries for peritonitis, hysterectomy, esophageal cancer and encephalitis. A Registered State Nurse at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, England, Nina was appointed a Ward Sister (floor supervisor) at 23. Coming to Canada in 1953 to be married in All Saints Church, Windsor, she served as a Sunday School Teacher and, after 4 years in Australia, on the Church Board of Management from 1969-1993 representing the Scott Hall Program for disadvantaged mothers and children where she also taught the children. She was the first woman at All Saints to be a Church Warden, serving from 1979-1983. For many years she was an active member of the Anglican Diocese of Huron Hunger Fund Committee. Other significant interests were the survival of the endangered Northern Right Whale, the Stratford Festival and Windsor University Players. The family is truly grateful for the expert care and concern of Drs. S. Sriharan and P. Scarfone, the nursing staff and physiotherapists of Neurosurgery, Medicine and Palliative Care at Hotel Dieu-Grace and Windsor Western hospitals, and to Diane for her daily caring during Nina's extended illness. In lieu of flowers, contributions towards; a seat dedicated to her memory at the University Players Theater (401 Sunset Ave., Windsor) or to the Grand Manan Whale and Seabird Research Station (#24 Route 776, Grand Manan, NB) or to St Mary's Family Learning Group (795 Giles Blvd, Windsor) would be appreciated. A Memorial Service and Celebration of Nina's Life will be held on December 29 at 11 a.m. at St. Michael's & All Angels Anglican Church (on Jerome, at Smeeton, east of Lauzon and south of Wyandotte). Published in the Windsor Star on 12/22/2004.