Margaret B. Adey
Passed away on March 17, 2020, Margaret Blanche (Chipman) Adey, aged 73 of Twillingate, NL. Marg was predeceased by: parents Ernie and Frances Chipman; brother Wilmore (Evelyn "Lyn"); brothers-in-law: Junior Young and Edwin Pelley.
Margaret leaves with many fond and treasured memories: husband Jim of almost 50 years; sisters: Joan Young, Ruth (James Troke) Pelley, Christine (Gordon) Bridger, Audrey (Barry) Hurley and Doreen (Clyde) Whitt; along with Hazel Young; her Split Pea family; as well as a loving circle of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Visitation will be held on Thursday at 7-9pm from the Isles Funeral Home, Twillingate. Funeral service to take place on Friday, March 20, 2020 at 2pm from the Salvation Army Citadel, Twillingate; Lieutenants Keith and Charlene Barrett officiating. As expressions of sympathy, donations may be given to The Children’s Wish Foundation or the SPCA. A condolence message for the family may be made by visiting our website www.islesfuneralhome.ca
Children’s Wish Foundation: 211-31 Peet Street, St. Johns, NL., A1B 3W8 Phone: 1-800-267-9474 Website: www.childrenwish.ca
Gander and Area SPCA: 36 McCurdy Dr., Gander, NL., A1V 1A2
In light of the current Covid-19 Pandemic, the health and safety of our families and our community continues to be our highest priority.
We know we can’t stop the corona virus but we do have a responsibility to do our part to protect others, slow down the spread and try to help reduce the burden on an already overwhelmed health care system. "We are a small out port community but we must not think because were small it won’t affect us."
We strongly encourage you to express your sympathy and support to the family however we are asking you to consider alternative ways verses visiting the funeral home or attending the funeral service. Visitation and funeral service will be for family and close friends. We all need to be proactive in limiting social interactions, no direct physical contact (hugs, kisses or handshakes), but also be wise and cautious to protect all those around us (good hand washing or if you have flu like symptoms just stay home).
Together as a community, we all have to do our part to make a difference and help families feel safe but supported during some of the most difficult times of their lives.
Thank you and kindest regards,