Euphemia "Ann" Grimshaw

Sunday, September 24th, 1939 - Wednesday, April 17th, 2019
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GRIMSHAW, Euphemia “Ann”- age 79, of the Villa St Joseph du Lac, passed away April 17, 2019 at the Villa with her family by her side. The youngest of 14 children she was born September 24, 1939 in Central Chebogue and was a daughter of the late Frank and Mildred Belle(Nickerson) Cook. Ann was a homemaker who enjoyed taking care of her family and was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. She was a big part of the Chebogue community growing up on the Cook’s Dairy Farm. From a young age she developed a love of animals that continued throughout her life with her dogs, especially her pugs. Ann was always very health conscious and enjoyed cooking, baking, gardening, time outside and walking, which she enjoyed right up until her final days. She is survived by her loving husband of 59 years, Hugh Grimshaw; daughters, Torey Grimshaw (James Surette); Mitzy (Gordon Poole) Grimshaw-Poole; Lori (Gordie) Muise; brothers, Steven (Nancy) Cook, Neil Cook, Joe Cook, brother in law; Ernest (Charlene) Grimshaw; grandchildren; Brittni (Matthew) McGuinty; Matthew (Allison) Muise; Brigham Poole (Candice); Maxwell Poole; Hughstin Grimshaw-Surette, Hudson Grimshaw-Surette, Harmon Grimshaw-Surette. Besides her parents Ann was predeceased by her siblings; Robert, Donald, Francis, Hugh, Ken, Arnold, William, Lillian Bowers, Mildred Turner, Alice Sollows. Cremation has taken place under the care of Sweeny’s Funeral Home and Crematorium, Yarmouth. There will be no visitation or funeral. Donations in memory may be made to the Yarmouth S.P.C.A, Villa St Joseph du Lac, or Nakile Home for Special Care. On-line condolences may be sent to: or you may sign the guestbook on-line at:
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Greg Cook

Posted at 12:44pm
My heartfelt condolences to the family of my Aunt Ann (Cook) Grimshaw.
As the youngest of 14 children, with her three sisters among the elders, Ann became like a sister to me and four other of my cousins.
We five prewar (WW 2) grandchildren often found ourselves together with Ann, sledling, swimming, or working on the farm. Only two years separated her from me, in such a large family, with my being the youngest of the five cousins. After the war, a sixth and many more were born. We were sometimes found three girls in one bed and three boys in another.
Ann also grew to take on the role of mother and grandmother for her daughters and their children. But even earlier, as in the Cook family reunion of 1986, Ann enlisted me to help prepare a treasure hunt for the youngest among us.
It warmed me to visit her last summer where she was somewhat preoccupied with a senior in the same home being watched over by three staff as he sat with his stuffed animals. She was concerned for his inability to pick one up if it slipped off the table where he sat.

Peter and Crystal Hilton

Posted at 09:44pm
Our Deepest sympathies to Hugh, Torey, Mitty, and Lori and families. Thinking of you all

Peter and Crystal Hilton Posted at 09:45pm


dorothy vail

Posted at 07:26am
So sorry for your loss. Dorothy and Clifford Vail.

John Sollows

Posted at 06:00am
I have some idea of how things are going. Ann will be missed, but she is now better off and I hope you all take comfort in that.

Keith MacPherson

Posted at 06:12pm
Sending our Deepest sympathy to Gordon Poole and family from everyone on the Deep Panuke project. Keith Mac Pherson

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