Stephen Mills Fudge; Mills related to Maccan

I have his parents as Gordon Clarence Fudge from Newfoundland and Ada Mary
Mills from Maccan.

Vital Statistics from Government Records (RS141)
Index to New Brunswick Marriages
Date 1939-11-17
Number 17282
Code B4/1939
Microfilm F20014
Fudge, Gordon Clarence, 85, of Moncton, NB, on May 28, 1998. Born March 7,
1913, at Belleoram, son of Edward Owen and Enola (Rose) Fudge.
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FUDGE, Stephen Mills Stephen M. Fudge, 59, a leading environmental
consultant, died at his home in Halifax on November 18, 2010. Stephen is
survived by his wife Susan Wood, sons David (Tim Henneberry), James (Emma
Cameron) and Aiden. Stephen was predeceased by his father, Gordon and is
survived by his mother, Ada Fudge and his brothers Edward (Barb) and John
(Lynne). He will be fondly remembered by many nieces and nephews. Born in
Moncton, New Brunswick on July 30, 1951, Stephen attended Moncton High. He
went on to Mount Allison University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts
(Biology and Geology) in 1976. He also obtained a Master of Science
(Biogeography and Soil Science) from the University of Calgary in 1982.
Stephen began his career in Calgary in 1981 working with Environmental
Management Associates before joining Hardy Associates Ltd. in 1982 when he
relocated to St. John's, NL to open an office for them. In 1985 he was
recruited by Hector Jacques to join Jacques Whitford and Stephen was the
founder of their environmental consulting practice. In 1989 he moved to
Halifax where he oversaw the expansion of the practice throughout the
Atlantic Provinces and into Ontario, Quebec and the West. Stephen was the
first Vice President International and saw the firm undertake major
assignments in Russia, China, South America, the Caribbean and the Middle
East. Stephen remained with Jacques Whitford until it was acquired by
Stantec Consulting Ltd. in 2009 and he was a Senior Principal with Stantec
at the time of his death. Stephen played a key role in developing clients
and winning major projects, such as Low Level Flying in Quebec and Labrador,
the Confederation Bridge, Voisey's Bay, Halifax Harbour Clean-up, and more
recently Lower Churchill, and Eider Rock. He was the project director for
the ExxonMobil Hebron Project environmental assessment and he managed the
environmental and regulatory components of the Suffield NWA Shallow Gas
Infill Project in Alberta and the Deep Panuke Offshore Development Project
for EnCana in NS. He was a specialist in environmental management and
liaison with both public and private sectors. He had extensive experience
with mining, onshore and marine related energy projects throughout Canada.
He had given evidence in front of provincial and federal hearing panels, and
had also given expert testimony on behalf of clients to the National Energy
Board on several environmental panels. His International experience included
work for the World Bank, the Canadian International Development Agency and
private sector clients. He was a long-serving member of the Board of
Directors of the Offshore/Onshore Technologies Association of Nova Scotia.
Stephen was passionate about football, beginning his career at Moncton High
playing for the Purple Knights. He was a valued member of the Mount A.
Mounties and was invited to try out with the Calgary Stampeders. With equal
intensity, he later played rugby on teams in Alberta, New Brunswick,
Newfoundland and Nova Scotia and toured Ireland with The Swilers. He was a
talented and well-respected football coach having developed many players
through the years. He coached the Halifax Raiders to the Provincial and
Maritime Championship in 2001. Stephen was an avid sailor and a member of
the Armdale Yacht Club. During the summer when he was not on his boat
""Halftime"" he could be found with his family at their cottage on the
Northumberland Strait where he loved to enjoy the company of family and
friends; there was much laughter, swimming, canoeing, bonfires, biking,
walking the sand flats and the pleasure of sharing good food and drink.
Stephen was a very charismatic man, dedicated to his family, intensely loyal
to his colleagues, generous, and gregarious. Always competitive, Stephen was
relentless in his pursuit of business and worked tirelessly on many big
projects. He was a builder, a leader, a fighter, and most of all a friend to
everyone who had the pleasure of knowing and working with him. He made
people laugh with his many stories and anecdotes about projects, work,
clients, travels and colleagues. Stephen was always self-effacing and was a
great celebrator of life. He had a huge sphere of influence - he will be
dearly missed. A celebration of Stephen's life will be held on Sunday,
November 28 at Pier 21 beginning at 12:30; reception to follow. Donations
may be made to the Nova Scotia Nature Trust, the Canadian Cancer Society or
a charity of your choice. Online condolences can be sent to .
Published in The Calgary Herald on Nov. 22, 2010
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His Mother:

FUDGE, ADA MARY (nee MILLS) - December 27, 1914 - May 6, 2014 - It is with
sadness we announce the passing of Ada Fudge in her 100th year on Tuesday,
May 6, 2014 at the Drew Nursing Home in Sackville. New Brunswick with her
family by her side. Born in Maccan. N.S, December 27, 1914, to Calvin and
Rebecca (Ripley) Mills, she lived in Moncton. N.B. for most of her life. She
was predeceased by her husband Gordon; her son Stephen; her brothers, James,
Wallace and Roger. She is survived by sons Edward (Barbara), John (Lynne)
and daughter-in-law, Susan Wood; grandchildren Bruce (Louisa), Marnie
(Thierry), Christopher (Lori), Nicholas (Lydia), David (Tim), James (Emma),
Aiden, and great grandchildren; Spencer, Calvin, Henry, Caden, Ethan, Kai
and many nieces and nephews. Ada was a devoted mother and homemaker. In her
younger years she was an accomplished tinter at Reid¹s Photography Studio
(in the time before coloured film). She had many interests including playing
bridge, curling, gardening, cooking and reading. She especially enjoyed her
summers with family and friends at the family cottage at Rayworth Beach and
then Parlee Beach. She was a member of the Moncton Central United Church,
the IODE and involved with various charitable ventures on their behalf. The
family is particularly grateful to the staff at the Drew Nursing Home in
Sackville for the kind, compassionate care they provided to Ada over the
past four years.

A memorial service will be held at the Fair Haven Funeral Home on July 5,
2014 at 11:00 AM. For those who wish, donations in Ada¹s memory can be made,
in lieu of flowers, to the Drew-Tantramar Foundation (Drew Nursing Home) or
a charity of the donor¹s choice. Arrangements entrusted to Fair Haven
Funeral Home, 1177 Salisbury Road, Moncton, (506) 852-3530. A book of
condolences may be signed at Fair Haven Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home ­
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