DOGGETT – Louise Mabel, 88, of White Point, Queens County, passed away in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater on Monday, October 7th, 2019.
Born in Ridley Park, Pennsylvania she was a daughter of the late Ernest A. and Helen (Minnick) (Rosse) Illsley.
Louise worked at White Point Lodge where she met her future husband Gerald before returning to the United States to work as a nanny. She, then, moved back to Nova Scotia to marry her husband of 67 years. She and Gerald spent ten years living in Halifax before settling in White Point where she worked as secretary for Gerald Doggett’s Garage.
She is survived by her husband Gerald, daughter Diane (Richard) King of Tusket, son Kevin (Esther) of White Point, grandchildren Kimberly Doggett (Susan Veinot), Adam (Alyssa) Doggett, Arthur Doggett, April King, Nathaniel King (Morgan Walker). Great grandchildren Ivy King, William and Samuel Doggett. Her sister Helen (Roger) Matthews of Nashua, NH and half sister Jeanne Rosse-Langdon (Bud) of Millsboro, Delaware.
She was predeceased by infant son Gavin, her twin grandchildren John and Heather Doggett and her brother Ernest “Johnny” Rosse.
Visitation will be held on Thursday, October 10, 2019 from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. followed by a funeral service at 1:00 p.m. both in Wesley United Church, Hunts Point. Reverend Karen Ohrt officiating. Reception to follow in the Hunt’s Point Community Hall. Burial will be in White Point Community Cemetery. Family flowers only, donations may be made to White Point Cemetery Fund, Queens County SPCA or Wesley United Church. Online condolences may be made to www.chandlersfuneral.com
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May happy memories, the love of God, family and friends help you through the dark hours.
Doggett families, please except my sincere condolences on Louise’s passing. I enjoyed the time I spent with her and Gerald. Louise was a beautiful soul, inside and out, much love to you all at this difficult time.
To Gerald, Kevin, Ester, Adam, Kim and Arthur I am so sorry for your loss she meant a lot to our community and to me. I always looked forward to talk to her when I would go to church on sundays and catching up and to know that she was able to impart some of her amazing wisdom to me as I was growing up meant a lot. Know that she is resting with god now.
Willis & Corina Huphman
To Adam, Alyssa and Family…we are so sorry to hear the passing of your Grandmother…keep her memories close to the heart and they will bring you comfort in the days ahead…GOD BLESS
Robert & Sally Fader
Gerald & family:
So sorry to hear about Louise. She was a lovely person and such a kind lady. Our condolences and prayers are with you all at this most difficult time.
Dennis & Sherri Harrington
Sending our most sincere condolences to the family, take care.
Kim & Stephen
Dianne,Ricky & Family: Saddened to hear of your Mom’s passing, you are in our thoughts.
Thinking of you all at this sad time.
Clark and Sandra Hebb
To Gerald and Family Sorry for your loss , please accept our sincere condolences . Our thoughts and prayers go out to you in your time of sorrow.
Doris Lohnes Schnare
Sorry to read of Louise’s passing. She was a beautiful and lovely lady, and I so enjoyed our conversations. Please accept my sincere condolences.
Jim and Liz Fraelic
Please accept sincere condolences from Jim and I. Louise was a lovely woman. I am sure her entire family will treasure all of their memories.
Doug & Carol Frellick
To Louise’s family,we are saddened to hear of your Mother/Grandmothers passing.I have many fond memories of Louise from my childhood.She will be greatly missed by all.
Gordon & Wendy (Smith) MacAdams
Gerald, Diane, Kevin & families
We were so sorry to hear of Louise’s passing. Please know that you are in our thoughts at this difficult time and take care of one another.
Wendy & Gordon
Gerald a am sorry you lost your wife I lost mine two years a go
I know how you fieel
Arthur and Marion Clattenburg
Deepest sympathies to Louise’s family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Dear Gerald, Dianne, Kevin and Family
Kind and caring thoughts to you. Aunt Louise was always welcoming and engaging. She really had a twinkle in her eyes when she smiled and laughed. I will treasure my “blue mittens” that she gave to me last November.
Dear Gerald ,Diane, Kevin and families
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. We have many fond memories of your family who have been our treasured friends for 60+ years.
Dear Gerald, Diane, Kevin and families,
I am so sorry to hear the sad news about Aunt Louise. She was so sweet and always welcoming when I visited White Point. I will miss her stories and catching up about how everyone was doing. She was very proud of her family.
Marjorie/ Robert MacGowan
Our sincere condolences to the family in your loss
Stephen, Jacquie (Doggett), Mary, Paul
Dear Uncle Gerald, Kevin, Diane and Families,
So very sorry to hear of Aunt Louise’s passing. She had a beautiful soul, a sparkle in her eyes and had a wonderful way of making everyone feel special. I will remember many things about Aunt Louise, but especially our summer visits where she would always have a good story to tell, maybe a tidbit or two of advice and in more recent years, how she would take time to hear my children talk about their activities and their lives. We will miss her. Our condolences to all of you.
Wilma and Tom Shupe
Gerald and family
We were so sorry to hear of Louise’s passing.We always enjoyed our chats with she and Gerald .Our condolences to you all.
Gerald,Diane,Kevin and families. It was with great sadness when I read the passing of a very dear lady I knew Louise for many years she and I had met at Square Dancing and had many good times together. Last time I saw her was two years ago at Sobeys. I was so glad I got to see and speak with her .Take comfort in knowing of the good memories you all have of Louise.Shareing those memories with family and friends will help get you through the days difficult times . Rest In Peace My Friend.
To the Doggett Families, I know you will miss Louise because she was such a lovely person.She cared for her husband even after she was tired.She has rest and peace now.I was sorry I could not attend her service as I was away.I really liked Louise and send you sincere condolences.
We are so sorry for your loss. Wish we had more time to spend together. Our visit was to Canada was very enjoyable.
George and Carolyn Parnell
Sending our sincere condolences to the family.
Dean and Susan Jacobs
Susan and I were saddened to learn of Louise’s passing. She was a wonderful lady. Please accept our heartfelt condences for your loss, and know that you all will be in our thoughts and prayers.
Vernon & Joyce Hawkes
Louise was a great lady. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.