Re: Obit: Spicer, Gwendolyn A. "Gwen" [nee WILSON]

Title: Re: [nscumber] Obit: Spicer, Gwendolyn A. "Gwen" [nee WILSON]
Stanley Thompson Spicer’s m/1, Catherine Ruth Cumming.

She was born in Joggins, N.S. about 1924, d/o George Edison Cumming and Catherine Mary Cameron, both from Pictou County.

I believe this marriage ended in a divorce.

Vital Statistics from Government Records (RS141)
Index to New Brunswick Marriages

Date     1948-02-14
County     YORK
Number    1334
Code     B4/1948
Microfilm    F20049

On 15-01-31 8:10 AM, "nscumber" <> wrote:


Gwendolyn A. Spicer
1925 - 2015

Spicer, Gwendolyn A. “Gwen” – 89, of Spencer’s Island passed away Thursday,
January 22, 2015 at Chignecto Manor, Advocate Harbour. Born in Moncton, she
was a daughter of the late Edgar and Ethel (Burgess) Wilson. Gwen was a
graduate of Moncton High School, the Royal Victoria Training School,
Montreal and McGill University School of Nursing. She was a nurse for 32
years with the Victorian Order of Nurses, Montreal, the New Brunswick
Association of Registered Nurses as an Executive Secretary, and as a teacher
in the Nursing Schools of Moncton Hospital and the University of Ottawa. She
retired in 1978. She moved with her husband to Spencer’s Island in 1979. She
was most active throughout her retirement with both her church and
community. She is survived by a son, Neil (Sue Ann), Nepean, Ont.; a
step-daughter, Linda MacDonald, Calgary, Alta.; a step-son, John Spicer
(Anne), Calgary, Alta.; grandchildren, Kaitlin Spicer, Ottawa, Ont.; Tara
Spicer, England; step-grandchildren, Jennifer Spicer, Coronado Beach,
Panama; Matthew MacDonald, Calgary, Alta. She was predeceased by her
husband, Stanley T. Spicer; a brother, Murray Wilson. A service of
celebration for Gwen will be held at a later date. Memorial donations may be
made to a charity of choice.

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[Collected by DAW, 31 Jan 2015]