Percy was pron on oct. 10, 1936 to Tamer and Jonas Hopkins. he was on e of fourteen children. Percy met and married Rowena Hancock of Roddickton on May 31, 1958, together they had six children; Patsy,Wade Eugene, Burt, Terry and Larry. Percy began as a young boy fishing with his father and after his fathers retirement he fished with his late brother Randolph, Son Wade and Nephew Harry. He loved moose watching and moose hunting. he enjoyed the things in nature and he also loved to go for his car rides. Percy loved gardening in summertime, his plants, flowers and his cabbage, beets, carrots and rhubarb. Percy loved Christmas, the lights and the Tree. the Lord took him home on his Favorite time of year. Percy passed away at the Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital on the 26th of December. left to mourn his loss are his wife Rowena, daughter patsy (Hardy) Fillier of Englee, sons Wade (Susie) and Eugene (Donna) of Englee, burt (Kim) of Spruce Grove, Alberta Terry (Bonnie) of Cormack, Larry (Maureen) of Edmonton Alberta. his brothers Easu (Josephine) of englee, Wilbert (Joan) of C.B.S., Wilfred (Regina) of Englee, sister Emma (Harvey) Compton of prince Albert Sask., Olive (Allen) Compton of Roddickton, Marguerite (Leslie) Canning of Englee, Tina (Terry) Peddle of Grand Falls and Betty (Gordon) Rice of Main Brook as well as his sister in laws Anne and Melvina Hopkins of Englee, brother in law Ray parsons of st. johns and 19 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren and a large circle of friends and relatives. Percy was predeceased by his parent Jonas and Tamar, Grand sons Stephen, sisters Louise Squires, Effie Sweetland and Kate Parsons and Brothers Roy and Randolph. visitation was held at the Salvation Army Church in Englee. The funeral service was held at 2:00pm on December 29th with Major Baggs officiating. burial followed in the New Salvation Army Cemetery, Englee. Funeral Arrangements were entrusted to Kerry M. Fillatres Funeral Homes, St. Anthony and Roddickton, Lee Nippard Funeral Director.