Edith Caddell

Obituary of Edith Mildred Caddell

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Edith Mildred Caddell age 104, of Hopewell passed away on February 28, 2024 in the Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow. Born in Hopewell September 9, 1919 she was a daughter of the late Dan Henry and Nellie (Cameron) Thompson. She lived in Hopewell all her life where she was a member of First Presbyterian Church. She worked from her home for many years as a telephone operator and later went to work at Valley View Villa from where she retired. Edith loved her time spent at the camp at Governor Lake with her husband Forbes, and spent most weekends there. She also enjoyed her many trips to Florida and loved to play bingo. Edith is survived by her son Roger Caddell, grandson Scott (Brianne); nephews Ron Gray, Tom Mackay, Chris Thompson, nieces Betty (Ross) MacLean, Jean MacKay. She was predeceased by her husband Forbes, daughter-in-law Nancy; sister Jessie Gray; brothers James Thompson, Raymond Thompson, Milton Thompson; half-sisters Louise Cameron, Irene Almy, Mary Holton, Dorothy MacKay; half-brother Kenneth Graham, nieces Betty Diggle, Christine Thompson, Susan Thompson; nephews Art Mackay, Lloyd Mackay, Doug Gray Irving and Jack Maclean, Richard and Don Almy. A graveside service will be held at a later date in the MacLean Cemetery, Hopewell. Arrangements under the direction of the H.W. Angus Funeral Home, New Glasgow. Donations in her memory may be made to MacLean Cemetery, Hopewell or First Presbyterian Church, Hopewell. www.angusfuneralhomes.com


Donations in her memory may be made to the MacLean Cemetery, Hopewell or First Presbyterian Church, Hopewell.
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