SYDNEY MINES WOMAN CAR ACCIDENT VICTIM Mrs Thomas D’Orsay, 57, Succumbs To Shock Occasioned By Accident On Campbell’s Hill Last Night North Sydney, Dec 27 - Victim of the only fatality to mar the Christmas holiday, Mrs Thomas D’Orsay, 57, of Sydney Mines, died in Hamilton Hospital here early today, from effects of shock occasioned by an automobile accident last night on the North Sydney highway.The accident occurred about 11 pm on Campbell’s Hill when the woman, her son James, driver of the car, and several other members of the family were en route to their home in Sydney Mines from Reserve where they had been visiting during the day.According to reports the auto skidded on the icy pavement and was sideswiped by a passing machine, but did not turn over. Greatly unnerved and suffering from fright and shock, Mrs D’Orsay who was not a strong woman, was taken to the hospital where her death occurred about one o’clock this morning, several hours after being admitted to the institution. She was widely known throughout Cape Breton and highly esteemed and her tragic passing will be learned with deep regret on every side.
Also her husband, and a host of relatives in Cape Breton.
The funeral will be held from the family residence, Huron ave., Sydney Mines, arrangements to be announced later.
Yesterday, April 5, 2011, we celebrated the life and death of Mae (Mary) Daigle, Glace Bay, who was born on Dec. Mom is survived and sadly missed by sons, Russell (Joan), Margaree, John, Glace Bay, Ron (Cynthia), Winnipeg, Harold (Terry), Glace Bay, Richard (Violet), Glace Bay, Gerard (Moria), Oshawa, Eddie (Zilla), Port Morien; and daughters, Pearl (Jimmy Mc Carthy), Glace Bay, Mary (Kevin Pembroke), Mira, Theresa (Jimmy Callaghan) and grandchildren, Mark, Jamie and Matthew Callaghan, with whom she resided.
Mae is also survived by her brother, Gerard (Frances), Amherst; numerous grandchildren; great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. It is with deep sadness that we, the family of Douglas Daisley, announce his passing on July 10, 2012. Douglas enjoyed fishing, playing darts and woodworking, but what brought him the biggest joy in life was being surrounded by children. He was well liked by all who knew him, and will be greatly missed. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the North of Smokey Palliative Care.
All Mae’s grandchildren were special, but she always had a special love and devotion for Roddie, who showed her love, conquers all. Born in South Harbour on April 9, 1935, he was the son of David and Mary (Mac Donald) Daisley. Douglas is survived by the woman who was his world and the love of his life, Yvonne. Words of comfort may be sent to the family at [email protected]
Mae was predeceased by her husband, Cliff, parents, Jim and Sis Haley, brothers, Eddie, Beau, Tom and a sister, Annie Irene in infancy. Cremation to follow, interment at a later date in the parish cemetery. As an expression of sympathy for Mae, memorial donations in her memory may be made to a charity of one’s choice. Dairou, 94, of Dutch Brook, a native of France, died Monday at St. She is survived by two daughters, Mary and Angela, both in Dutch Brook; three sons, Michael, Sydney; John, Sydney River; and Aristide in Toronto. He is also survived by his children, Sheldon Daisley (Jennifer), Candy Daisley (Mark), Trina Desmond (Oscar), Aaron Fraser (Stephanie) and Carla Fraser; grandchildren, Teesha, Meggan, Chester, Kasey, Haley, Caroline, and extra-special granddaughter, Braelyn; mother-in-law, Hannah; special nephew, Lloyd Mac Danald (Theresa), special friend, Kenny Briand (Linda); sisters, Susie Dixon (Archie), Melba Asseff (Walter) and many nieces, nephews and neighbours. Joseph's Church, Dingwall, on Friday, July 13, 2012, from 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Cape Breton Post Published: 22/07/2009 Frank Daix It is with deep sadness, that we, the family of Frank Daix Sr., regret to announce his passing after a courageous battle with cancer.
She was also predeceased by daughter-in-law, Kerry, grandson, Freddie and great-grandson, Stephen. Online Condolences to the family can be expressed at: Besides his parents, he was predeceased by four brothers and three sisters. A celebration of his life will take place on Saturday at p.m. Frank died peacefully at home with his family at his side.‘Da’ was born in Scotchtown and resided in New Waterford with his cherished wife of 59 years, Pauline (Faye), formerly of Dominion.
Mae loved to walk, play the piano, chat with her family and friends on the computer and always enjoyed exercising, talking diets and looking for “just a little chip” of anything. Cremation has taken place under the care and direction of J. Frank was a loyal and devoted father, grandfather and friend.
No matter what the situation, mom found some humour, raising 10 children on her own; she was not only their inspiration but friend and hero. Mc Gillivray Funeral Home, 16 Reserve St., Glace Bay. He enjoyed auto mechanics, carpentry, playing guitar, horseshoes and watching a good game of hockey.
Visitation will take place on Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Frank had a reputation as a tireless worker, building his own house and working as a coal miner for forty years in Glace Bay and New Waterford.
Frank began his lifelong friendship with his God, Jehovah in 1957 and was baptized as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses in 1962.