Emma Beryl Colbourne was born in St. Anthony, on March 29, 1931. She worked as a nurse's aide at IGA prior to becoming a wife and mother. Beryl enjoyed many outdoor activities with her husband and children and in later years cherished spending time with her grandchildren. She loved bingo games with her friends, cooking for everyone, and tending to her flower garden. She remained witty throughout her long life. Beryl Passed into peace on May 26, 2014  at the John M. Gray Center in St. Anthony in her 83rd year, she will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed. She leaves to mourn her children, Barb (Sam), Beattie (Cathy), Bradley (Jennifer). Grandchildren: Tara, Michael, Amanda, Samantha, Alana, Alexander and Nikita. Great grandchildren: Eli, Simon, Cynthia, Maddison, McKenna, Taylor, Alexa. Siblings: Sister Marjorie, Brothers Bill, Bruce, Allan, and Morgan. Also a large circle of extended family and friends.  She was predeceased by her husband Alex, parents, Frederick and Jane Colbourne,  daughter Pamela (Bob), sisters Florence, Irene, and brother Edward. visitation took place at the funeral home, followed the funeral service at 2:00pm on May 29th, 2014 at the st. Anthony united Church with Rev. John McGonigle officiating. burial followed the service at the Fishing Point United Cemetery. Funeral arrangements where entrusted to  Kerry M. Fillatres Funeral Home, St. Anthony and Roddickton,  Lee Nippard Funeral Director.


Tom was born to Bessie and Peter Samson on July 30th, 1944, on December. 31st, 1965 he married Jessie Parrill. They had one son, Dean. Family was very important to tom, He dearly loved and appreciated each and every one of them. he enjoyed his job as a heavy equipment operator and always felt comfortable and happy machinery. in his spare time he liked to go fishing and hunting, he truly loved the great outdoors.Tom passed away into peace at the Charles s. Curtis Memorial hospital in St. Anthony on the 25th of may, 2014 in his 69th year. left with fond and loving memories of his life are his dear wife of 48 years Jessie, his dean (Michelle) and Granddaughter Kayla; Sisters Barbara, Elsie (Grant) and brother Kevin; Sister in law Bernice; Brothers in law Grenfell (Eliza) and Clyde (Brenda). in his years, Thomas lived to see the passing of his parents Peter and Bessie Samson; his special sister Marina; and brothers Hiram and Conrad. Visitation was held at the Church of the Advent in Plum Point, From Which the Funeral Service was held at 2:00pm on Wednesday May 28th, 2014 with Rev. Herald Harvey officiating. burial followed the service in the Anglican Cemetery in Pond Cove. Funeral Arrangements where entrusted to Kerry M. Fillatres Funeral Home, Siobhan Mauger Funeral Director.


Passed peacefully away at the John M. Gray Centre on May 24, 2014. Mrs. Blanche Woodward of Boat Harbour, in her 96th year. She leaves to mourn with fond and loving memories her daughter Una (Gerald); sons Enos (Bessie) and Clyde (Patty); daughter-in-law Rowena; nine grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren as well as a large circle of other family and friends. She was predeceased by her husband Nathaniel, daughter Rowena, son Gerald, her parents Henry and Susan and a number of brother and sisters. Visitation was held at the St. Mark’s Anglican Church in Boat Harbour from where the funeral service was held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, May 27 with Rev. Mark O. Wilkoff officiating. Interment followed at the church cemetery in Boat Harbour. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Kerry M. Fillatre Funeral Homes, St. Anthony and Roddickton, Siobhan Mauger, funeral director.


Roy Saunders was born on January 12,1948 to George and Clara Saunders. He had  5 brothers,2 sisters and 6 half sisters. On November 3,1967 he married Priscilla Hedderson, together they had 2 children, Rowena and Jason. He had 4 grandchildren, Jillian, Joshua, Nickolas and Lillie and 1 great grandchild Chloe. He fished in the long liner for a few years before going to Goose Bay for work. Only there for a couple years before coming back  to Cook's Harbour to do what he loved most.... fishing !Roy loved to set potatoes in the summer and he mostly enjoyed digging them in the fall when he could get the chance to cook up a feed of fish ,potatoes and scrunchions and  then to end his meal with a good cup of tea and  a cigarette. His grandchildren were his pride and joy! He loved to watch them play and hear their stories. If he could get them up to something that they shouldn't be at he would. He loved every minute he spent with them. In the last 8 years as a quadriplegic, he spent time at Curtis Hospital and the John M Gray center in St.Anthony. To him the staff were like an extended family. Roy had lots of patience. He never complained about anything, even after he got sick. He loved and adored his kids, grand kids and all his family . He especially adored his loving Wife of 45 years. Roy passed away peacefully at the John M Gray Centre with his family around him on May 22,2014. Left to Mourn: His Loving Wife Priscilla, Daughter Rowena(Christopher),and Son Jason(Roxanne). Grandchildren Jillian, Joshua(Kimberley),Nickolas and Lillie and Great Grandchild Chloe. Brothers San(Eliza),Edgar(Sheila),Melvin(Clara) & Fred(Elsie). Sisters Joyce Cornick & Velma(Morris) Boyd. Half Sister Dorcas and sister in law Marilyn. Predeceased By his Parents George & Clara, Brother Havner, Half Sisters Bessie, Helen, Rebecca, Keziah and Vera. visitation was held at the Anglican Church in Cooks Harbour, from which the funeral service took place at 2:00pm on Monday May 26th  with rev. Mark Willkoff Officiating. Funeral Arrangements were entrusted to Kerry M. Fillatres Funeral Home, St. Anthony and Roddickton, Lee Nippard Funeral Director.


Lorenzo dredge was born on April 1, 1929, in Black Duck Cove, to William and Edna . He had five sisters Rhoda, Ima, Nina, Jessie and Marion, two predeceased brothers Joseph and Samuel. He married Christina Campbell on February 8, 1961 and had a marriage of 53 yrs. They raised five children , and they now have six grandchildren, and four great grandchildren . Lo spent time on the fishing grounds to provide for his family. He worked with the highways for sometime , and would take his family over to camp 4 , where Chris would cook. Lo was a dedicated worker and provider for his family , he love to socialize with his family and always knew where each one of his children was. Lo remain active , showing his skills and work ethics as he worked on several projects when he retired. Someone once said that the best part of a good man's life is his acts of kindness and love . Lo was a loving and caring husband . He was proud of his children and spoke of his grandchildren and great grandchildren so fondly, he had a genuine concern for everyone in his family circle. He passed peacefully away  on may 13/2014 at Charles S Curtis Memorial Hospital in St. Anthony. Lo is survived by his wife Christina Children- Robert(Maryann),  Wavey(Dennis), Curtis( Louise), Nina( Thomas), Scott(Amelia) Grandchildren- Lorenzo(Teraceta), Brian(Abby), Jamie( Jessica), niki(Diana), Tristan, jaycee Great grandchildren- Kaden, Ty , Jaden, Gracielynn Sisters- Rhoda, Ima , Jessie, Marion He was predeceased by his loving parents  William and Edna Predeceased brothers- Samuel and Joseph Predeceased Sister  - Nina Predeceased brother in laws- Clyde and Jacob. Visitation was held at St. Mary's Anglican Church in Black Duck Cove, From Which the funeral service took place at 2:00pm on May 16th, 2014 With Rev. Harold Harvey officiating. burial followed in the Anglican Cemetery in Black Duck Cove. Funeral arrangement were entrusted to Kerry M. Fillatres Funeral Home, St. Anthony and Roddickton.


Paula was born June 2, 1964 in St. Anthony to George and Pearl Hillier. Paula grew up in St. Anthony but also lived in several other places including Bramalea, Calgary, Kitchener, Conception Bay South and St. John’s. Paula married and subsequently divorced. Through this marriage her son, Christopher, was born. Paula was kind hearted, forgiving, and had a gentle spirit that would not intentionally cause any harm. She was dearly loved and will be sadly missed. Passed suddenly away at the Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital on the 9th day of May 2014. Ms. Paula Hillier was in her 49th year she leaves to mourn, mother Pearl and father George; son Christopher; sister Charlene; grandchildren; biological half-sister Elaine,  as well as a number of aunts, uncles, cousins and a large circle of family and friends. She was predeceased by grandparents Tobias and Hazel Hillier, and Augustus and Elizabeth Johnson, aunt Minnie, Varrick, Garland, Christopher, Clayton, uncle Lewis cousin Kevin. Visitation was held at the funeral home in St. Anthony followed by the service which was held at 2:00pm on the 12th day of May 2014 with Pastor Jeff Bessey officiating. Internment followed in the Pentecostal cemetery in St. Anthony. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Kerry M. Fillatre Funeral Homes, St. Anthony and Roddickton, Lee Nippard.

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Born in Port Aux Basques on the 14th of March in 1927 to parents Joseph James and Julia Ann,  Joseph lived a full life with many accomplishments and pastimes, including the Newfoundland Rangers, Bowaters (as a Postmaster), U.S. Air force (as a Supply Officer), Canadian Marconi, School Superintendant, and Hospital Administrator, activates in the Lions Club, Athletic Club, Mason Lodge, town Mayor and Air Cadets. Joseph passed away into peace on the 6th of May, 2014 at the Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital in St. Anthony with his family by his side in his 87th year. Left to mourn are his loving Wife of 65 years Eva Sulley, his 2 sons Orville and Dennis, 5 Grandchildren Matthew Joseph, Ryan Everett, Reginald Joseph, Olivia Marie, Julia Sarah Anne, Sisters in Law Zelda Hillier, Gloria Marshall and Emily Sully. Close family, Don and Linda Loder, Lee Hillier and Shirley Farrell, Brother Fred Lawrence and Sisters Shirley Yard and Clarinda Lawrence. Joseph was predeceased by his parents Joseph James, Mother Julia Ann, Brothers Reginald and Jim, as well as sisters Classie, Violet, Tulia and Lillian. Visitation was held at The Funeral Home in St. Anthony, Followed by the Funeral Service at the St. Anthony United Church with Rev. John McGonigle officiating. Burial followed the service at the Fishing Point Cemetery in St. Anthony. Funeral Arrangements Were entrusted to Kerry M. Fillatres Funeral Home, St. Anthon and Roddickton, Lee Nippard Funeral Director.