Sperry – Earline Hope, 88, of Liverpool passed away peacefully on Tuesday March 5th, 2019 in Queens Manor, Liverpool.
Born in Liverpool, Earline was a daughter of the late Earl and Hope (Silver) Greene.
As a young women she assisted some families in caring for their children. For a few years she worked at a appliance factory in Ontario, before returning home. She was a long time supporter of the Salvation Army. She loved watching animals and birds in nature.
Earline is survived by her sister Daisy Greene of Halifax; brothers Leonard (Edna Mae) of South Nictaux and Walter of Liverpool.
Earline was pre deceased by her husband Lorraine.
Visitation will take place Saturday March 9th, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. with funeral service to follow at 11:00 a.m. both in Liverpool Community Church of The Salvation Army. Captain Dennis Maybury officiating. Burial will take place West Northfield Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to any charity. Online condolences may be made to www.chandlersfuneral.com
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Gordon and Jackie Eisnor
Walter ; Very sorry to hear of your sister’s passing.Sincere condolences to all Earline’s family.
I knew her she was a very good friend she used to live where i am
R I P
Stephen & Sally (Lake) Belding
Condolences, thoughts and prayers to Earline’s family..I met Earline back in the 70’s at the Liverpool Wesleyan Church, she taught my kids in Sunday. She was a very lovely lady R.I.P Earline.
Clyde and David Whynot
Sorry to hear of Earline ,s Passing may she Rest in Peace our thoughts and prayers are with you and family at this difficult time RIP Earline RIP Earline
Shirley and Paul Shot
Walter and family, please accept our sympathy in the loss of your sister Earline. She looked after Paul as a baby. She always had a story to tell me whenever we met. She will be missed
Sincere Condolences to the family. I knew Earline since my childhood. She was a very sweet and caring person who always had a smile. She has left me with many good memories. May the great memories help the family through this very difficult time.
Leonard, VValter and Daisy ,: So sorry for your loss. Earline vvill be greatly missed. She vvas a great lady. Our thoughts and Prayers are vvith you all. GOD BLESS. Maurice and Betty (Roy) VVhynott
I was saddened to hear that Earline had passed away. Earline was a Special Lady, she and my grandson, Austin had a close friendship. They passed back and forth little gifts when she belonged to
The Queens County Senior’s Club. We really loved her at our card table, and Earline was greatly missed, she amused us every week with her winning personality. Our condolences to her family, especially her brother, Walter. Rest In Peace. God Bless You All.❤️
So sorry to hear of Earline’s passing. May you Rest In Peace, thoughts and prayers to her family.
Walter, My sincere condolences on the passing of your sister.
Sorry to hear of Earlines passing. Prayers for the family.from Jack and Ellen.
Becky Jollimore Long
My sincere condolences to Earline”s family
Dear Daisy and Walter,
I am truly saddened to read that Earline has passed. Looking back, it seems she was always a positive and kind presence in our neighborhood while growing up. She was always so interested in all of our lives as we grew up and afterward too.
Earline’s strong faith , her work ethic, as well as her sense of humor, and joy in the small things in life, will always be remembered by those of us who were blessed to have known this remarkable lady. She made a difference in the world in her quiet, unassuming way.
Thinking of you and the family at this time.
Holly (Lewis) Smith
Carol & Terry Whynott
Our sincere condolences to Earline”s family
Lynn and Larry Lowe
Condolences to Earline’s family. My husband and I got to know Earline through the Liverpool Salvation Army Corps and she was a good friend to both of us. We always enjoyed Earline’s friendly smile as well as her constant companion (her camera!) It’s hard to say how many pictures she took over the course of her life, but good luck to the one who gets the job of trying to sort through all of them! She was a kind soul, who always gave us a copy of any pictures that she took of us. Up until just recently, I had one of them up on the wall in my husband’s room at Queen’s Manor Nursing Home. (Now a picture of all of our children, their spouses and our grandchildren has replaced it) However, it’s a picture that I will keep and remember, as it was taken when the Salvation Army was having a Church Service up at the Manor and Earline came along to help out. Earline was a friend to all and will be missed. However, she has been called home to be with her Lord and Saviour and if there are cameras in Heaven, we know that she is healthy and happy to be there! Save a spot for us, Earline! We’re looking forward to seeing you when the Lord calls us home.
Love from Lynn & Larry xoxo
Walter & family:
So very sorry to read of Earline’s passing. I always enjoyed talking to her when we met. A very kind & gentle person.My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Hal & Lyse Maro
So sorry for your loss, Daisy. We did not know your sister but know she will be missed by you and Walter. Our thoughts are with you today.
Ed and Evie Fisher
To the family. Sorry to hear about Earline, she was well liked by many our thoughts and prayers are with you