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Kathleen

Kathleen "Kay" Crowell

Tuesday, March 5th, 1929 - Thursday, February 11th, 2021
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Obituary

Crowell, Kathleen, passed away peacefully at The Villa St. Joseph du Lac, on February 11,2021 with her son, Donnie by her side. Born in Kemptville on March 5,1929, she was a daughter of the late Charles and Maude (Hurburt) Crowell. Kay worked at the Trask Pharmacy in Yarmouth for a number of years and continued with Spears and Macleod Pharmacy until her retirement. She was a member of the Beacon United Church, Rebekah Lodge and was involved with the PC Party of Nova Scotia. She is survived by her children, Donnie Crowell, Yarmouth; Mary Graham (Howard), Westport; Jennifer Septon, Tracadie; grandchildren, Jennifer LeBlanc (Matt), Brickton; Krystin Blinn (Mario), Meteghan River; Mike Kolchetski (Caitlin), Yellowknife; Jason Graham, Westport; Melissa Graham, Kelowna; Holly Mattie, Fall River; sister, Elizabeth (Betty) Stoddard, Yarmouth; 12 great grandchildren; 6 great great grandchildren; nieces, Louise; Pat; Susan; MaryLou; nephews, Gordie and Charles. Kay was predeceased by her parents; brother, Charles; sisters, Marion; Francis; Dorothy; grandson, Derek; nieces, Janice; Eva; Helen and nephew, Willis. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Sweeny’s Funeral Home and Crematorium, Yarmouth. A Graveside Service will be held in the Spring from Chebogue Cemetery and will be announced. Memorial donations may be made to The Villa St. Joseph du Lac. Online condolences may be sent to sweenysfh@eastlink.ca, or you may sign the guestbook online at www.sweenysfuneralhome.net.
The family wish to thank the wonderful staff at The Villa St. Joseph du Lac for their compassion, care and going above and beyond for Kay over the years. It has been greatly appreciated.
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    Location
    Chebogue Cemetery
    Address
    Chebogue
    YARMOUTH, NS
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GLO Estate

Posted at 05:28pm
GLO Estate would like to extend condolences to Donnie and the rest of Kay's family. Kay was a delightful resident, she loved to have fun, she had a wonderful sense of humour and could be a bit mischievous, and always kept the rest of the residents, at GLO Estate, engaged. We continued to see her at the villa and will miss our impromptu visits. May you find moments to cherish in a lifetime of memories.
SP

Sue Page

Posted at 12:54pm
Donnie and Mary:
We will really miss our visits to The Villa to see Kay each summer during our
annual Yarmouth trip. I will always remember Kay for the “classy” lady she was
to me. The first time I met Kay she insisted she needed help with her
jewelry if she had visitors. Our hearts go out to each of you, Donnie and Mary,
as you journey thru this next chapter of your lives. Kay will be missed but always
remembered. Big Hugs ❤️ Sue and Mike Page


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Crystal and Peter Hilton

Posted at 08:23pm
Donnie, Condolences on the passing of your mom. I know when we last spoke that her time was fleeting. May she rest in peace. "Miss me But let me go" This photo is from the Rebekah Lodge, maybe around 1995. Peter's mom was a fellow lodge member.
JM

Jim MacLeod

Posted at 07:13pm
Hello Donnie and family - as you can imagine I have many memories of your mother having worked with her at Trask’s Drug Store and later at Spears and MacLeod Pharmasave. She was certainly very pleased and proud of you. Also she continued to be a valued employee in both pharmacies. My condolences to you and all your family members.
 

Donnie Crowell Posted at 08:07am

Thanks for your kind words Jim
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Prudence Muise

Posted at 10:15am
Donnie, so sorry to hear of Kay's passing. The last time I saw her and spoke with her was at Sunset Terrace. When I first started working weekends at the old Yarmouth Hospital Kay was there and very kindly explained the job requirements to me. I have fond memories of working there with her. Thinking of you at this sad time.
 

Donnie Crowell Posted at 08:10am

Thanks Prudence
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