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Obituary of Doris Valerie Poore
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It is with broken hearts that we announce the passing of Dorie Poore of Spring Garden Road ,Westville after a lengthy illness .Dorie was born to Robert and Freda (Eaton) Coady on Feb 12th ,1947 . She was predeceased by her mom and dad, brother Bobby, also Greg and Carol in infancy and bother in law Mark Poore. Left to mourn her passing are her husband of 56 years Fred (Bud) Poore, daughters Valerie Stellarton, Roslynn (Nathan) Bangor Maine, Granddaughter Nicola (Jake) Ottawa, Brother Darrell (Marion) Coady LochBroom, Brother-in-law Albert Poore New Glasgow, Kenny (Verna) Poore Fredericton, nephews Shaun Coady New Glasgow, Barry Coady Stellarton and Amanda (Kevin) d’Entremont of Abercrombie plus 9 Great Nieces and Nephews. Mom loved life and everything in it and her pride and joy were her family and all the children that surrounded her. There were no nieces, nephews, friends, etc., to Dorie they were all her children given lots of love and hugs but also discipline when needed. Anyone who dropped in to visit were greeted with a smile, tea and homemade sweets. Everyone felt welcomed and left with a smile even if the day didn’t start out that way. Dorie was an avid quilter and made quilts for all her family. She taught many a friend how to do this including her daughter Val but the baking and cooking was missed by her 2 girls known as the take-out Queens. (Sorry Girls). Dorie worked at many places but her last few were the Donut Hole where she baked and took a bite out of the donuts, (Sorry Dorie), Sears Warehouse and lastly Marks where she made a lasting impression and friends. Dorie was also a Girl Guide leader for over 25 years. She enjoyed every moment and very person that crossed her path. She remembered them all was proud to see what each girl became over the years. Special thanks to the nurses of the palliative care unit and Dr. Kwasnik and VON who took such good care of mom over the last few months. Private visitation will be held in the H.C. MacQuarrie Funeral Chapel, Stellarton. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held for invited friends and family on Thursday in Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church with Father Charles Cameron officiating. Masks are mandatory and proof of vaccination and ID will be required. Family flowers only. Donations can be made to the VON and the Palliative Care Unit of the Aberdeen. www.angusfuneralhomes.com
Donations may be made to the VON 91 Lawrence Blvd. Stellarton, NS B0K 1S0 www.von.ca or the Palliative Care Unit of the Aberdeen Hospital.
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Masks are mandatory, proof of vaccination and ID are required to attend the visitation or the funeral service.