We are heartbroken to announce the passing of Nawal Abdallah (nee Yammine), 71, of Charlottetown.Nawal is survived by her husband of 45 years, Maroun; her children, Ghada (Curt Basher), Shadi, and Rayan (Laura Grant); grandchildren, Pierre, Francis, and Marcel; her siblings Marie (Edward Daher), Leila, Milad, Fouad and Pierre (Roula Jabbour), and many nieces, nephews, and their children. She also leaves behind many cousins and friends. She is predeceased by her parents, Jirgi and Salimeh; brother Adnan, and sister Daad (late George Rashed).Nawal was born in Hasbaya Lebanon in 1950. She was an exceptional student who attended an English Protestant school on scholarship. In order to support her family, she left school early to work as a senior secretary for Bechtel Corporation. In 1976, after a 5-year courtship, she married Maroun in the midst of the Lebanese civil war. They went on their honeymoon to Canada and chose to stay, making Charlottetown their home. In Canada, at 27 years old, and pregnant with her first child, Nawal attended Colonel Gray High School to get her high school degree. She was always working to learn and was very determined. Nawal was an avid reader, who liked to collect costume jewelry, and taught herself to sew.Nawal and Maroun's life revolved around their family and home, and Nawal loved cooking, hosting, and gathering family and friends for dinners and parties. Nawal and Maroun founded Cedar’s Eatery, and operated it for 35 years. Many friendships were born at the restaurant, and it became a second home. Nawal's approach to life was inspirational; she believed in making the most of every moment, using up everything and not saving anything for later. She was incredibly loving, kind, generous and supportive. She was quiet, an amazing listener and had great wisdom, which she shared with family and friends who often sought her counsel. She encouraged her children to have fun and to take advantage of the opportunities she never had. Nawal was the matriarch of all those she considered family and was the center of the family`s social circle, pulling people together to celebrate life and each other.In recent years, Nawal had been living with cancer. Her challenges were immense, but her perspective and strength were beyond match. We aspire to be like her. Nawal was the light of our lives.We wish to extend our deepest gratitude to the numerous doctors, nurses and caregivers at Home Care PEI, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown, QEII in Halifax and Mount Sinai in Toronto for the excellent and compassionate care that they provided.Nawal’s wake will be held at Hennessey Cutcliffe Funeral Home on Monday, September 20th from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. by invitation with COVID-19 restrictions in place. Funeral mass will be celebrated at the Church of the Most Holy Redeemer on Tuesday, September 21st at 1:00 p.m. by invitation with interment to follow in the Roman Catholic Cemetery. The funeral mass will be available for viewing via live stream by visiting Nawal’s obituary at www.islandowned.ca and clicking on the link provided.Donations in Nawal’s memory can be made to Home Care PEI (www.chpca.ca/listinghospice-pei-hospice-palliative-care-association-of-pei), Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation (www.qefoundation.ca), QEII Health Sciences Centre (qe2foundation.ca) or Mount Sinai Hospital (www.mountsinai.on.ca). On-line condolences may be made at www.islandowned.ca.
Doyle (nee Ness), Margaret Mary - Charlottetown / Glasgow ScotlandIt is with great sadness we share the news of the peaceful passing on September 17th, after a life well lived, of Margaret Mary Doyle (nee Ness) of Charlottetown, at Provincial Palliative Care Centre, with family at her side. Born in Glasgow, Scotland March 6, 1934 to Michael (Mick) and Bridget Ness (nee McDaid). Survived by children Margie MacNeill (Leo Handregan), Willie (Germaine), Paula Benjamin (Joey Toombs), Karen Wightman (Roger), Russell (Megan Horton) Ottawa. Grandchildren Michael MacNeill (Tina) Sudbury, Anthony Benjamin, Kenny Lingley (Chanelle Bellamy), Robert Lingley, Abigail and Ashton, Ottawa; great grandchildren Dana MacNeill, Alex MacNeill, Don Michael, and Theo Lingley. Also survived by siblings Michael, Dave (Pat), Elizabeth (John McCurdy) (all of Halifax) and Paul (Christine Thibaudierness) and extended family. Predeceased by her parents Bridget and Michael Ness, husbands Russell Doyle(1975) and Ivan Sullivan (1998).Also predeceased by brothers Willie and Robert Ness, granddaughter Melissa MacNeill, step daughters Sandra Doyle and Roberta Matthew, Ajax, and stepmother Moira Ness.Resting at Hennessy Cutcliffe Funeral Home, visitation by invitation only Wednesday, September 22nd from 4-7 pm, funeral Mass on Thursday at St. Francis of Assisi Church, Cornwall by invitation only at 2 pm.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation or the Provincial Palliative Care Centre.Online condolences may be made at www.islandowned.ca
With great sorrow, we announce the sudden passing of Christopher Garfield MacFadyen, age 46, of White Sands on Thursday, September 16, 2021. Chris was born in Charlottetown on January 15, 1975. Cherished son of Jessie MacFadyen (Hansen) and the late Neil MacFadyen. Chris was a caring and devoted husband to Charmayne (Campbell) MacFadyen; Loving father to Valicia Wyand, Sophie MacFadyen and Zachary MacFadyen; brother to Corey (Alana) MacFadyen and Amanda (Daniel) MacKinnon. Will also be missed by Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces and Nephews; mother-in-law and father-in-law Kathy and Brent Campbell.Chris will be forever loved, remembered by his family, extended family and many friends who came to know and love him. Private family visiting was held on Sunday, September 19, 2021, from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Private family Service and burial to take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations to the family can be mailed to Charmayne MacFadyen, PO Box 55, Murray River, PE, C0A 1W0Online condolences may be made through the Funeral Home website at www.fergusonlogan.com
It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of Mary Helen Chandler at the Garden Home on Saturday, September 11, 2021, after a brief illness at the age of 85 years.Mary will sadly missed but lovingly remembered by her sister Sylvia Thistle (Joe deceased), her nieces and nephews, Betty McNally (Allison deceased), Judy Lawlor (Ted), Debbie Thompson (Allan), Robert Thistle (Lorna) , Rick Thistle (deceased) (Janice) and many grand nieces and nephews.Resting at the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home. Funeral mass will be celebrated at the Church of the Most Holy Redeemer on Tuesday, September 14th at 2:00 p..m. and in keeping with Covid 19 protocols will be by invitation only. Interment in the Roman Catholic Cemetery.If so desired memorial contributions may be made to St. Dunstan’s Basilica or a charity of choice. On-line condolences may be made at www.islandowned.ca.
The death occurred peacefully at the Garden Home on Wednesday, September 1, 2021 of Agnes “June” MacKenzie of Charlottetown, age 85 years. Beloved wife of the late Robert Bruce MacKenzie. Loving mother of Colin (Heather), Sharon (Bill) Fortier and David. Grandmother of Oliver and Jonathan MacKenzie. Predeceased by her parents Stewart and Agnes Dickson and sisters Gladys Stewart and Alice Fraser. Resting at MacLean Funeral Home Swan Chapel. A private funeral service will be held on Tuesday from All Souls Chapel – St. Peter’s Cathedral. Interment in St. Peter’s Anglican Cemetery. If so desired, memorial donations to St. Peter’s Cathedral would be appreciated. Online condolences may be made at www.macleanfh.com
At the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, with family by her side, the passing of Lorna Watson Swift (nee Shaw) age 90 of Murray Harbour, formerly of Elliot Lake, Mississauga and Thistletown ON, occurred on Wednesday, September 1, 2021. Born in Ontario, December 18, 1930, daughter of the late William Gordon and Charlotte (Lawder) Shaw. Wife of the late Thomas Ian Swift. Lorna is survived by children, Stephen (Cheryl) Swift, Shawn (Barbara) Swift and Tim (Sharon) Swift; five grandchildren; Bradley, Mike, Julie, Cheryl, Leslie and their spouses; fifteen great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by sister, Joyce and brothers, Bill and Jack. No visiting or Service here. Private family burial to take place in Pine Ridge Cemetery, Humber Summit, ON. Online condolences may be made through the Funeral Home website at www.fergusonlogan.com
Trainor, Louis Francis September 1, 2021 The death occurred suddenly at his late residence on Wednesday, September 1st, 2021 of Louis Francis Trainor of Summerside, P.E.I., aged 95 years. Louis was born in St. Ann’s P.E.I. to the late John and Catherine (Doyle) Trainor. Beloved husband of his first wife the late Teresa (McCabe) Trainor and his seconded wife the late Mary (McCabe) Trainor and loving father of Dorinda Trainor, George (Marg) Trainor and Sheila Trainor. Also lovingly remembered by his 2 grandchildren Trevor and Jillian Trainor and several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his children Eugene (infancy), St.Clair, Eunice and Greg Trainor, son in-law Gerhard, daughter in-law Wendy, brothers and sisters Ada (Damien) McGuigan, Emmett (Rita) Trainor, Alice (Austin) Bolger, Ann Trainor, Pius Trainor, Edna (Peter) Gallant, Rita (Houston) McInnis, Aeneas Trainor and Austin (Eileen) Trainor. Resting at the East Prince Funeral Home, 245 Pope Rd., Summerside. Due to Covid 19 restrictions a private funeral mass and visiting hours will be by invitation only. Interment to take place in Ann’s Cemetery, Hope River, P.E.I. Memorial donations in Louis memory can be made to St. Ann’s Church Cemetery or St. Paul Legacy fund. If you would like to send a condolence to his family, please click Online Condolence below or send an email directly to email@example.com Online Condolences Thank you for your sentiments. Condolences will be printed and given to the family. Online condolences are sent to the funeral home where they are printed and given to the family. * indicates Mandatory Field Your Name*: Condolence*:
The family of "Jody" Newman James Llewellyn, aged 44, announces his very sudden and unexpected passing at home. Jody is the cherished son of Roxanne and the late Garry Llewellyn of Georgetown, PEI. Much missed brother of Tonya Llewellyn and Tammy (Frankie) Stevenson. Jody will be dearly missed by his sons, Dwight and Garry, as well as his nieces and nephews, Dakota and Dustin Llewellyn and Blake, Alexis, Carson, and Teyjah Stevenson and great nephew Nathan Stevenson. He was very much like his father and was very devoted to his family. Family are all shocked as Jody was never sick. He is the dear nephew of Doreen and Joe Shepard, Cardigan, PE and Glen and Gertie Llewellyn, Primrose, PE, Blair Acorn of Georgetown, PE, Cyril Cashin of Guysborough, NS and Christine McGee of Stirling, ON. Many cousins and their families mourn his passing, including Charlene (Brian) Somers, Greg (Leanne) Shepard, Dwayne (Marlene) Llewellyn, Mandy (Craig MacDonald) and Nathan Acorn (all of PEI), and Ashley (Mark) Turgeon, Brittney (Jeff) Preston, and Stephen Reid (ON). he will be missed by friend Keith Elliott and family of Trinidad and Tobago. Numerous other Ontario family will also share in our devastating loss.Jody has gone on to be reunited with his family who have kept his space in heaven ready for him. He was the cherished grandson of Bill and Phyllis Llewellyn (PEI) and Robert Cook and Betty Sargent (ON). He was also predeceased by his aunt Debbie (Acorn) Llewellyn, aunt Donna Cashin and her son, Brian, cousins Lorrie Shepard and her daughter Melina, uncle Bobby Cook and many Ontario family. Jody was the youngest of a family of three children. He grew up in Georgetown and attended both Georgetown Elementary and Montague Regional High school and later achieved both Plumbing and Welding Certifications at Holland College. He overcame so much in his younger years and grew to be a very strong, young man; skills he would later need in life. The best thing to come of his marriage to Eleana Blackett were his two sons, Dwight and Garry. He continued to battle life’s challenges to be a very involved father to these two boys. They, and his nieces and nephews, were his whole world. He was a man of few words, but was liked by many. He has a wonderful group of friends who have offered their love and support to the boys who will try to fish his gear and carry on his love for fishing and the outdoors. Jody is also missed by his beloved four legged family members whom he spoiled with regular treats, Bella, Sassy, and Baby. Private visitation to be held at Ferguson Logan Funeral Home, Montague, PE on Sunday, September 5, 2021 at 4 pm and Private Funeral to be held at the Funeral Home Chapel on Monday, September 6, 2021 at 2 pm. Online condolences made be made through the Funeral Home website at www.fergusonlogan.com, to view Live stream, go to Jody's obituary, click gray box at 1:55 pm.
Surrounded by family at the Prince Edward Home on Wednesday, September 1, 2021 of Mrs. Audrey M. Good (nee Strickland) of Charlottetown, age 78 years. Beloved wife of Stewart Good and dear mother of Dixie (Jim) Cameron, Truro, Willie (Lak) Good, North River, Kenny (Shelly) Good, Clyde River, David (Lin) Good, Stratford and Connie "Lorrie" (Art) Good, Covehead Road. Also survived by 15 loving grandchildren Katie, Sidney, Alysha, Kirk, Kyle, Natasha, Kourtney, Stacey, David, Matthew, Roy, Timothy, Daniel, Sheriann and Christine; many great grandchildren; sisters Marie Sentner, Valerie Gallant and Nancy Roberts.Predeceased by her parents Curt and Connie (nee Blacquiere) Strickland; siblings Douglas Strickland and Kim Strickland.Resting at the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home.No visitation or funeral service by personal request.A graveside service will be held at the Central United Church Cemetery, Dunstaffnage.If so desired, memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimers Society of PEI.Online condolences may be made at www.islandowned.ca