Obit: SKIDMORE, Kathleen L "Kathy"

*/Kathleen L. Skidmore "Kathy" /*1951 -2011
SKIDMORE, Kathleen L. "Kathy" -- 60, of Halifax and formerly of Amherst,
passed away Sunday, September 18, 2011 at Northwood Centre, Halifax.
Born in Amherst, she was a daughter of the late Blair and Louise
(Tucker) Skidmore. Kathy attended the Bridge Workshop in Amherst for
many years. She won numerous medals at the Special Olympics and she
loved playing crazy 8's, dominos and scrabble. She is survived by her
sister, Sharron O'Brien, Dartmouth; brothers, Darrell (Heather) and
Wayne, all of Fredericton; several nieces and nephews. Besides her
parents, she was predeceased by an infant brother, Carmen. Visitation
11-1 p.m. Thursday [September 22, 2011] at Smith's Funeral Home,
Parrsboro, where funeral service will follow at 1 p.m., Rev. Greg Doyle
officiating. Burial in the Parrsboro Baptist Cemetery. Memorial
donations may be made to a charity of choice.
[Saturday, 24-September-2011 S W Smith & Son Funeral Home, Parrsboro, NS]
[collected by EMKeys 2011-09-24]

her mother:

SKIDMORE, Louise Rebecca - 75, Nashwaak Villa, Stanley, N.B., formerly
of Amherst and Parrsboro, Cumberland County, died October 4, 1992, in
the home. Born in Fox River, Cumberland County, she was a daughter of
the late Harry and Rebecca (Welsh) Tucker. She was an active member of
CACL Craft Group, Amherst; a house parent at the Interprovincial School
for the Deaf and a member of First Baptist Church, Amherst. She was the
last surviving member of her immediate family. She is survived by two
sons, Wayne, Noonan, N.B.; Darrell, Sheffield, N.B.; two daughters,
Sharron O'Brien, Dartmouth; Kathleen, Amherst; five grandchildren; three
great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Blair Lloyd;
infant son, Carmen L.; four brothers, Vincent, Joseph, LeVaughn, Boyd;
two sisters, Veronica, Wynonah. The body is in Smith's Funeral Home,
Parrsboro, visiting 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday
in Parrsboro Baptist Church, Rev. Harold Bentley officiating. Burial
will be in church cemetery. Donations may be made to Canadian Cancer
(Halifax Chronicle Herald, Monday, October 5, 1992, page C4)

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