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From: "Ed McNeil" <>
Subject: Deaths Jun.8,2005 Wed.
Date: Tue, 7 Jun 2005 22:47:30 -0700

Isaac Schneiderman 88, HALIFAX - Isaac Schneiderman, 88, passed
away very peacefully in Camp Hill Veterans' Memorial Hospital,
QEII, Halifax, June 4, 2005, as his loving wife, Edith, of nearly
59 years, held his hand. He was surrounded by his close family
members. He always had a great sense of humor and kept everyone
smiling until the end. He was extremely very well cared for by the loving
of 6 West at the veterans' hospital for the last two and a half
years. He was aware of his surroundings and family right up to
his final last two days when he slept until he died. He will be
greatly missed. Born April 22, 1917, in Glace Bay, he was the
son of the late Abraham and Ida Schneiderman. He was predeceased
by his sister, Dora and brother, Jack. Surviving are his wife, Edith;
sons, Ronald (Christina), Michael, and Norman (Becky);
grandchildren, Shelley (Carlo), Jamie (Stephanie), Joseph Wolf;
great-grandson, Cody; brother, Louis (Reva); and sister, Bess
(Sol) Rosenbloom; nieces, nephews and cousins.
Isaac 'Ike' was well-known for his baseball prowess with the
Dominion Hawks and his love of fishing, skating and golf.
He served overseas with the 1st Hussars 6th Armoured Regiment,
2nd Armour Brigade. On June 11, 1944, he survived one of
the worst tank battles of his regiment during the war. In 1956,
Ike entered the Department of Environment as a weatherman
and moved his family to Gander, Nfld. In 1963 he was transferred
to Halifax. He retired from the weather service in 1981.
He joined the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires
where he worked for 10 additional years. His funeral was June 6,
at the Shaar Shalom Synagogue, Halifax. No flowers, please.Donations
may be made to Alzheimer's Society of Nova Scotia or charity
of choice.

Dorothy (Smith) McInnis RESERVE MINES-Dorothy McInnis,
formerly of Reserve Mines, passed away peacefully at the Glace Bay
Health Care Complex on June 6, 2005. Born in Reserve Mines, she
was the daughter of the late John and Sarah Smith.
She was the last surviving member of her immediate family.
Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her husband,
Thomas ‘Son’; a son,Wayne and a son in infancy. She was also
predeceased by her sister, Laura ‘Lolly’, brothers, Edward,
Cecil, John Allan, William, Michael, Vincent, Joseph and
Aloysius. Left to mourn her passing are daughters, Daria (Bill)
Johnston, Colette (Dave) Kemshead; sons, Danny (Paula),
Tom (Sharon); and daughter-inlaw, Connie. She is also survived
by nine grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren whom she
adored. Dorothy was a member of St. Joseph’s parish,Reserve Mines,
and at one time bowled in the St. Joseph’s bowling league.
In her earlier years, Dorothy worked for a time in Ontario
and at the General Instrument Plant in Sydney.
Visitation for Dorothy McInnis will be in V.J. McGillivray
Funeral Home, 16 Reserve St.,Glace Bay, on Wednesday, June
8, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral mass will be celebrated at St.
Joseph’s Church, Reserve Mines, June 9, at 11 a.m. Fr. Gerald
Campbell will be officiating. Interment will be in the parish
cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations in Dorothy's memory may be
made to St. Joseph’s Cemetery Fund or charity of choice.
Ma, you are deeply missed and forever loved.

Rodney Andrew 'Todds' Young 61, LINGAN, N.S
It is with great sadness the family of Rodney 'Todds' Young,
announce that he died suddenly at home, surrounded by his loving
family. Born in New Waterford, he was the son of the late Elizabeth
(Young) Hinchey and stepfather John Hinchey. Todds worked in the coal
mines, was a councillor with Cape Breton County, drove the
school bus for the Cape Breton County School Board and also
was owner and operator of Todds Pizza. He was an avid
reader and his hobbies included wood-carving and painting.
Todds is survived by his wife, Sandra (Rockett); daughter, Jennifer,
Halifax; sons, Ian, Montreal, Lauchie (Sherry),New Waterford,
and Eric, at home. Also brother, Lauchie Hinchey (Raylene),
River Ryan. He will be sadly missed by the joy of his life,
his grandson, Christopher Young. Cremation has taken place
and a funeral mass to celebrate Todds' life will be held Friday,
June 10, at 11 a.m. in Mount Carmel Church,New Waterford.
Arrangements are under the direction of McLellan Brothers
Funeral Home, 3183 Plummer Ave.,New Waterford,N.S.
Online condolences to the family can be sent to

Anne Georgina ‘Geni’ Rogers-Mah ANTIGONISH
Anne Georgina ‘Geni’ Rogers-Mah, 47, of the R.K. MacDonald
Nursing Home, Antigonish, passed away peacefully, June 6,
2005, at the nursing home. Born in North Sydney she
was the daughter of Joseph Rogers, and the late Jean (Nolan)
Rogers. Geni was a graduate of Port Hawkesbury High School, and
for the past 19 years has battled MS. She loved bingo and makeup.
Surviving are husband Raymond; son, Brad; daughter, Lisa,
Antigonish; brothers, John (Celene) Musgrave, Sydney, Joey
(Sherry), New Glasgow, Pat (Theresa), Port Hawkesbury,
Tommy (Darlene), Poulamon, Francis (Jackie), Port Hawkesbury;
sisters, Margaret (Kenny) Mrazek,Port Hawkesbury,Mary
(Raymond) Dowling, Carp, Ont.; and many nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by brothers, Bren Musgrave, Allison
Musgrave, Liam Rogers. Cremation has taken place.
There will be no visitation. Funeral 2 p.m., Friday, at St
Mary’s Church,Frenchvale,Rev. Anthony Chukwunta, presiding.
Burial in the parish cemetery. The family would like to
thank the staff of the R.K. MacDonald for the loving care given
to Geni over the past 10 years. Memorial donations to the
MS Society of Canada. Funeral under the direction
of the MacIsaac Funeral Home, 61 Pleasant St., Antigonish.

Marjorie Caroline Colborne BEDFORD, N.S.
It is with deep sadness that we announce the peaceful passing
of Marjorie Caroline Colborne, June 6, 2005, at the VG Hospital
Palliative Care Unit after a courageous struggle with cancer.
Born Dec. 3, 1932, in Hermitage Bay, Nfld., Marjorie was
the daughter of the late John and Sarah (Sims) Parsons of
Hermitage Bay, Nfld. Marjorie attended school in
Halifax, graduating from Queen Elizabeth High School
(1951) and the Nova Scotia Hospital Nursing program (1953).
As a registered nurse, Marjorie spent most of her days in
the field of psychiatry. Retiring in 1997 from the Cape Breton
Regional Hospital where she spent 17 years working as a
nursing supervisor. Marjorie loved her family
and friends and lived her life to the fullest. She enjoyed playing
bridge, rug hooking and trying to teach her girls how to cook
— as she always had the latest recipe to pass along.
Mom spent her final days fighting her disease with unbelievable
strength and determination. Our mother and friend
will be forever in our hearts. Marjorie is survived by her
beloved husband, Edward Colborne; daughters, Lisa (Steven)
Morrison, Halifax, Heather Myers, Tennessee, Kathy (Karle)
McKinster,New Hampshire; sons, Andrew (Lisa Stephenson)
Colborne, Ottawa, David Myers, Sydney; brothers,
Albert (Bessie) Parsons, Bridgewater; sister, Myrtle
Engram, Halifax, sisters-in-law, Susie Parsons, Halifax, Mary
Parsons, Bridgewater, Joan Colborne, New Brunswick;
grandchildren, Alyson and Kristopher, New Hampshire,
Benjamin and William, Ottawa. Also, many wonderful
nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her first
husband, Eric Myers, brothers, Stan, Cecil and Jim.
Words cannot express the appreciation and support provided
by the Palliative Care in home support,VON nurses and
Palliative Care Unit staff, 7A, VG Hospital. Special thank you
to Dr. Morzycki, Dr. BannerJee, Dr. Horton, Monica Flynn and
Monica MacNamara (palliative care nurses) for their exceptional
care during Mom’s illness. Cremation has taken place.
A memorial service to celebrate her life will take place 2
p.m. Friday, June 10, at All Saints Anglican Church, Bedford
Highway, Bedford, N.S.Burial will take place at a later
date. Family flowers only. As an expression of sympathy, donations
may be made to Victoria Order of Nurses or Palliative
Care Unit, VG Hospital. Arrangements entrusted to
T.K. Barnard Funeral Home, Bedford, N.S.
Online condolences may be sent to .
Mom you deserve a smile today but you also deserve God’s
love and his peace. May you enjoy God’s blessings always
and may you never, ever forget how much we love you. Your

Pearl Madonna Rudderham NOV. 4, 1930-JUNE 6, 2005
POINT EDWARD - With great sadness we announce
the passing of Pearl Madonna Rudderham, which occurred
Monday, June 6, 2005, at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital, Sydney.
Born Nov. 4, 1930, in Point Edward, she was a daughter of
the late Percy and Lillian (Beaton) Hill. Pearl was a caring wife, mother,
grandmother, sister and friend,who was truly loved by all
who had the fortune to know her. Pearl is survived by husband,
Daniel Rudderham, Point Edward; four daughters, Mary
(Leonard) Lewis, Point Edward, Laura Rudderham, Dartmouth,
Grace (Curtis) White, Sault Ste. Marie, and Nance (Norman
Saulnier), Kingston, Ont.; one son,Edwin (Denise) Rudderham,
Grand Bend, Ont. Pearl is also survived by one sister, Irene
Nickless,Sydney, three brothers, Stewart (Kay) and Doug
(Orthea), both of Point Edward, Ashburn (Eileen), Louisbourg;
15 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by
daughters, Linda and Roseanne Rudderham, sons, Ernest and
Roger Rudderham, three sisters, Pauline Hill, Catherine Brown
and Mildred Penticost; five brothers, Er nest, Percy,
Clarence, Francis and Hanson. There will be no visitation by
request. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday, June 9,
at the S.W. Chant and Son Funeral Home Chapel, 564 Alexandra
St., Sydney, with Rev. Bob Lyle officiating. Interment to follow in
Hardwood Hill Cemetery. Online condolences may be
sent to our webpage at www.chantfuneralhome. com.
Time is not measured by the years that you live,
But the deeds that you do and the joy that you give,
And each day as it comes brings a chance to each one,
To love to the fullest, leaving nothing undone.
So what does it matter how long we may live,
If as long as we live, we unselfishly give,
You are not forgotten loved one, nor will you ever be,
As long as life and memory last we will remember thee.
Funeral arrangements are under the direction of
S. W. Chant Funeral Home

Watson Edward Mitchell 52, TORONTO
It is in deep sorrow that we announce the passing of Watson
Edward Mitchell on Friday, May 20, 2005, at Mount Sinai
Hospital. Formerly from Glace Bay, N.S., he was the grandson of
the late Lila and Harry Mitchell. Watson had resided
in Toronto for the last 20 years. He was a well known hairdresser
in Sydney, Glace Bay and Toronto. Watson is survived by many
family members in Glace Bay and has also left behind
numerous friends throughout Toronto. At Watson’s request,
cremation has taken place under the direction of The Simple
Alternative Funeral Centre. Burial to take place at a late
date in Glace Bay, N.S. Watson will be sadly missed
by his dog, Lila.

Gordon MacIsaac 71, MOOSE JAW, SASK.
Gordon MacIsaac, 71, of Moose Jaw, Sask., passed away peacefully,
at home, on May 23, 2005, with his family by his side.Gordon’s
passing took place a month short of his 50th wedding
anniversary with his wife, Doris. He was born Aug. 30, 1933, in
Inverness, and moved to New Waterford at an early age. He
was the son of the late Alex Angus and Mary MacIsaac.
Gordon served 25 years in the Canadian Forces (Air Force),
retiring in 1975. He worked at the Royal Canadian Legion for 14 years
and was a member of the legion. He enjoyed fishing,
travelling, playing cards, especially cribbage, working on
cars and socializing with family. Gordon is survived by his
wife, Doris; their two daughters, Debbie (Ber nie) and
grandsons William and Arlan, and Deanna (Graham) and
granddaughters Judy and Casey; six brothers and four
sisters, Raymond (Lenora), New Waterford, Margaret
(Jack), Kingston, Ont., Maurice, Marion Bridge, Alex
(Carmel), Timberlea, Dianne (Gerry), Truro, Betty (Lorne),
Agnes, Louisdale, Francis, Sydney, Roger (Debbie), Ottawa,
Richard (Carrie), Antigonish. In keeping with Gordon’s
wishes, private family services were held in Moose Jaw and
Louisdale. Cremation and spreading of ashes will take
place at a later date. A tree will be planted in Wakamow Valley
by W.J. Jones & Son in living memory of Gordon. Online
condolences and signing of the memorial register online at:
www.wjjonesandson.com (obituaries).

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