Carbonear NL Obituaries and Funeral Related News
Mount Pearl man being mourned after pickup truck accident on bridge in Terra Nova - The TelegramSaturday, March 02, 2019
Hendry's family chose not to comment, condolences from many people have been pouring in, including from people who worked with and alongside him.
In a Facebook post Tuesday, Hindy's Home Hardware in Carbonear posted, "It is with great sadness that we send condolences to the family of Keith Hendry. Keith has been our Goodfellow (Inc.) representative for many years and we will miss his visits. A great guy with a friendly smile. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife, two boys, family and friends. Rest in peace Keith."
Hendry leaves to mourn his wife, Tammy, and two sons, along with other family and friends. He is resting at Barrett's Funeral Home on Commonwealth Avenue in Mount Pearl on Friday. The funeral is scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday at Gower Street United Church.
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Silas BarrowTuesday, May 09, 2017
Bride and son Russell. He leaves to mourn with fond and loving memories his sons; Ron (Carol) of Grand Falls-Windsor and Butch (Valerie) of Mount Pearl, daughters; Sandra (Gordon) of Carbonear and Vicky (Brian) of Canmore, Alberta. Also leaving to mourn is his sister Louise Byrne, 8 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren; good friend Mike O’Reilly, as well as many nieces and nephews along with many loyal friends and customers. Rev. Kim Waite will conduct the funeral service at the Memorial United Church on May 5th, 2017, assisted by Guest Clergy Rev. Wilson Gonese. Interment will be at the Interfaith Cemetery. Pallbearers are Geoffrey Barrow, Jonathan Barrow, Neal Saunders, Jennifer Dawe, Butch Pinsent, and Joe McDonald. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Michael Goodyear of Central Funeral Homes. Flowers gratefully received or donations may be made to the Memorial United Church. Reception to follow at Masonic Lodge, 25 Memorial Avenue Grand Falls-Windsor.
Family, friends, business partners say goodbye to Ches - The TelegramFriday, February 17, 2017
Ches,” as he preferred, was the eldest of 12 children, born in Carbonear. He was a banker who became a businessman, then a businessman who started and failed … and started again. He continually sought business opportunities and, through some key successes over a long-but-lucrative road, became the famous name who stood at the head of more than 3,000 workers: Ches Penney, founder and chairman of the Penney Group of Companies.“He passed away at home. And we had very much a private time with him and he was well surrounded by those who love him,” said his daughter, Gail Penney, also Penney Group president, speaking with The Telegram Friday.She said her father suffered a head injury in a fall about 17 months ago, and the brain injury he suffered factored in his death.“All of the family are brokenhearted. Each person has their own relationship with him. He was a supporter of us all,” she said.Penney had nine children of his own and a stepson.“As a Dad, he encouraged us to be strong, he was very transparent, honest, he spoke his mind, he expected us to d...
Muriel LockeSaturday, October 29, 2016
Passed away at Carbonear Long Term Care Facility on October 23, 2016, age 82 yrs. Predeceased by her husband Walter, grandson Patty Kearsey and daughter-in-law Bonnie. Leaving to mourn are her children Karen (Doug), Barb, Harold, Annette (Chris), Scott (Gayle), Kelli (Marc), 8 grandchildren, Joanne, Kimberley, Christopher, Lisa, Sam, Sarah, Tyler and Alyssa, 4 great-grandchildren, Mackenzie, Kennedy, Jayden and Hayley, one sister Elsie Madden, brother-in-law and very good friends, Hubert and Marguerite Locke, sisters –in-law, Ruby (Charles), Bernice (Bruce), Elizabeth (William), Edna (William), and nieces, nephews , relatives and friends. Cremation has taken place. There will be no visitation or funeral service. To sign the guest registry, or to send a message of condolence, please visit www.hickeysfuneralhome.ca...
Grand Falls-Windsor Pays Tribute to Man Known for Keeping Town Clean - VOCMWednesday, March 27, 2019
The Mayor of Grand Falls-Windsor is paying tribute to a man who became a fixture in and around the central Newfoundland town.Billy Ballard was a familiar sight, traveling around town with his bike and cart picking up garbage and recycling items.
(Photo by Glen Fewer on Facebook.)
Ballard passed away on Sunday, September 2 at the age of 75.
Mayor Barry Manuel says Ballard made a “significant contribution” to the community. By keeping the town clean and beautiful.
The funeral mass will take place tomorrow morning at 11:00 from St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church in Grand Falls-Windsor.
View the obituary at this link.
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Deer Lake council follows through on appealed decision and formally rejects crematorium application - The Western StarWednesday, March 27, 2019
The opponents protested outside the town hall during several subsequent council meetings.
The decision of council was appealed by residents Kayla Critch and Stephen Brent. In February, the West Newfoundland Regional Appeal Board conducted a hearing of the appeal and eventually decided to reverse council's decision.
That set the stage for council to revisit the application, which finally made its way to the council agenda this week.
The vote to reject the application was unanimous. Coun. Dave Parsons, who was absent from the public meeting, would not have been permitted to vote if he had been there due to his conflict of interest.
Coun. Myra Spence, whose husband's company could have been considered for work on the crematorium project, was deemed to not be in a conflict of interest and was allowed to vote Monday.
The appeal board had based its decision on the fact a crematorium is not listed as a permitted or a discretionary use within the Town Centre zone in the town's municipal plan.
Mayor Dean Ball said there are likely several undertakings within Town Centre that the municipality has actually approved in the past, but which are not specifically mentioned in the town's plan.
He gave the example of the cannabis outlet that recently opened in the area. It was not listed as a specific discretionary use when it was approved since the sale of cannabis has only recently become legal.
"This is the first time this has happened to us that I'm aware of," said Ball. "There are lots of things not listed as itemized as discretionary use that we've done in the past.
"I guess with this being a bigger issue with a higher profile and closer to people's hearts, the appeal board decided the decision should be reversed."
Ball said the original decision was based on information provided by staff and this discretionary use issue was not foreseen. He said Parsons could always apply again, but the mayor doesn't believe that will happen.
Parsons could not be reached for comment as of deadline Tuesday to see if he still plans to pursue the crematorium. He has said in the past that, despite the rising demand for a crematorium service in the Deer Lake area, it would not be feasible for his business to build one somewhere other than at the funeral home's location on Main Street.
A new municipal plan the town is awaiting approval by the provincial government does specifica...
Convicted sex offender Donnie Snook allowed escorted absence from prison - CBC NewsWednesday, March 27, 2019
Police say Snook, who is serving an 18-year prison sentence for abusing boys in two provinces, will be in St. John's, N.L., until Saturday.Correctional Service Canada notified the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary of Snook's arrival in St. John's earlier this week, according to Const. James Cadigan."He's only permitted to attend particular locations in the accompaniment of correctional officers and he'll be returned," Cadigan said.Snook's father died Feb. 24. The funeral will be held in St. John's on Friday, according to an obituary.Snook will be held at Her Majesty's Penitentiary, a provincial jail, overnight during his time in St. John's, Cadigan said.In 2013, Snook admitted to 46 sex crimes against children, including sexual assault, making and distributing child pornography, and extortion.'He hurt a whole community'Snook's crimes sparked outrage and shock in Saint John, where he was a popular youth pastor in the south end.For years, Snook ran a hot lunch program for underprivileged children, "deliberately" placing himself "in the positions to abuse young boys and seriously harm the community which supported him," Judge Alfred Brien wrote in Snook's sentencing decision.Snook was paraded through Saint John City Hall by RCMP following his ...