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Obituary of Eve Hale Westerman
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THANK YOU FOR COMING By now you know that our mum Eve Westerman has passed this world. January 30, 2022. Visitation was restricted due to Covid; therefore her service at Angus Funeral Home was limited in numbers. Family and Mums best friends only. The service was beautiful but now we want to inform everyone in our county that Mum will be laid to rest on the 21st of May at 1 pm in the Lorne Street Cemetery, New Glasgow with hopefully hundreds attending. Mum loved her county and everyone she knew. That love was reciprocated by all of you. Please attend her burial if you can. Following the ceremony, we are having a celebration of life for our mum at the Plymouth Community Centre. Come and join her family with good memories; good words if you want to speak; pictures of this amazing woman in years gone by. Without the caregivers Jane and Rhonda, our mum would not have had a peaceful passing. However she did and was ready to GO HOME. As she said in the last few days. Mum left her footprints. She touched more people than we have ever imagined. Let us all, who knew her, give her the tribute she so deserves. We know she will be watching!! She never missed a trick! God bless us all! Please attend if you are able to. angusfuneralhomes.com
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Saturday, May 21, 2022
Lorne Street cemetery
New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada
Celebration of Life
All are welcomed to attend a Celebration of Eve's life at the Plymouth Community Center, Plymouth, NS immediately following the committal service at the Lorne Street Cemetery, New Glasgow at 1pm.
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