SWIM – Meta Jane, 92, of Port Mouton, died Thursday, August 19th, 2010 in Queens General Hospital, Liverpool.
Born in Port l’Hebert, she was a daughter of the late John Edgar and Grace Dawson (Decker) MacDonald.
Affectionately known as “Nannie”, Meta was a generous, thoughtful, strong and feisty woman. She loved baking and cooking. She enjoyed daily drives and eating out for many years. She celebrated all special occasions surrounded by her family who she loved dearly.
She is survived by her husband Clifton, son Douglas (Rose Mary) Huskins, of Port Mouton; daughter Norma (Robert) Swim of Port Mouton; brother Leslie MacDonald of Port Joli; sister Florena Newell of Bridgewater. Grandchildren Alden and Laura Huskins, Megan (Daniel) Long, Sara (Robert) Wilkinson, Michael (Anne) Swim. Great grandchildren Aynsley, Cassidy and Caleb Long.
She was predeceased by her first husband Richard “Chester” Nunan Huskins, infant son Richard Clyde Huskins, brothers Jasper, Leander, Edgar, Roderick, Lawrence and Stanley. Sisters Gladys Hayden, Alma Smith and Doris Davis.
Visitation will be Saturday, August 21st, 2010 from 7 until 9 p.m. in Chandlers’ Funeral Chapel, Liverpool. Funeral Service will be held Sunday, August 22nd, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. in Liverpool United Baptist Church. Reverend Steven Hopper officiating. Burial will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Riverhead Road, Port Mouton. Family flowers only, donations may be made to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or a charity of choice. Online condolences may be made to www.chandlersfuneral.com
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my deepest sympathy ,to the family of Meta ,,
hold on to your precious mem0ries,,
she was a special person , always willing to help………
she will be missed in this comunity,,,,,,,,,
Clifton and Family.
Our condolences to you all at this sad time.Meta was a lovely person and will be missed by all who knew her.Our thoughts are with you.
To all of Meta’s family – my sincerest sympathy to all the family. My early days as a child in Port Mouton bring many fond memories of Meta. The door was always open to all in the community – which was the way of the times in a close knit community. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time.
TO CLIFTON AND FAMILY -SO VERY SORRY TO HEAR OF META’S PASSING! MY THOUGHTS ARE WITH YOU ALL AT THIS SAD TIME !!
Janet & Garnett Winchester
Our thoughts are with you Norma and family.
Sincerely, Jan & Garnett
There are never enough words any one can say at times like this. Meta sure was a special lady , always had a smile & chuckle for everyone. It was my pleasure to have known her in my lifetime.
Ronald & Sharon Verge
To all of Meta’s family, Our deepest sympathy to you at this sad time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Jan Pottie and Tom Sherman
Norma and Bob we are so sorry to learn of the loss of your mother. Meta sounds like a wonderful woman who loved her family and enjoyed life. Her enjoyment of simple pleasures like “daily drives and eating out” warms our hearts. We know you will miss her.
Sincerely, Jan and Tom
Hugh & Pat Dixon.
So sorry to hear the passing of Meta.She was a wonderful person.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this very sad time.
Ron & Barb Campbell
To Norma, Doug, Clifton & Family
We are saddened to hear of Meta passing.
Our sympathy goes out to all of you.
She was a wonderful woman and will be missed by all who knew her.
Ron & Barb
John and Judy Coulton
We were saddened this morning to read in the paper about Meta,s passing .We were down pass your home Clifton on Monday and had someone with us who knew you and we were pointing out to him where you lived .We saw no car at home and thought you were away for the day .
We have good memories of you and Meta and can remember the tea and cookies she always shared with us many years ago when we visited you both .
Our deepest sympathy is oftered to you Clifton and your family today .You will be in our thoughts and prayers .God Bless
Judy and John Coulton
Clifton and family. I was so sorry to see Meta’s obituary in the paper today. I always remember the times you came to our restaurant in Bridgewater and Caledonia. You two were a steady there, and almost like family. Lost touch with you after I moved but thought of you often and did happen to see you one day at the I think, Seascape Clifton and found out Meta was not well. Take care of yourself and I do know how you must feel and that you will miss her very much. Bonita Slevin
Norma and family, I was very sorry to see that Meta has passed away. Sincere condolances to you and all the family.
Clifton, please accept our sincere sympathy on the passing of your wife Meta. Our thoughts and prayers are wioth you at this time. GErald
To Clifton, Norma and Doug and their Family, Our thoughts are with you. Barb and Brian
Muriel ("Uncle" George Conrad's daughter) Sperry
To Clifton, Doug, Norma and Families:
Sorry to read of Meta’s passing. I have many wonderful memories of good times our families had together – the picnics, the summers Meta, Doug & Norma lived at Voglers Cove in the “Do Drop In” cabin, etc.
On Aug, 2 my husband (Stewart), daughter (Michelle) and I spent the afternoon at Thomas Raddall Park. It was a beautiful day; we had a picnic lunch and as we walked the trails it brought back many memories of our picnics at Herring Rock. I was surprised to see the camp still standing. The other day I was looking at the old photos I took on some of those May picnics.
Meta lived to be a great age and will be greatly missed but the wonderful memories will live on.
Our thoughts are with you all at this difficult time.
Sincere Sympathy from Muriel (“Uncle” George Conrad’s daughter), Stewart & Michelle Sperry, Hubley & Broad Cove
PS. We still have the family homestead in Broad Cove and spend quite a lot of time there. We keep in touch with Reanie also.
lorne and barb redmond
clifton and family our deepest condolances at this time sincerely lorne and barb
Clifton &Norma,was so sad to hear of Metas passing.my thoughts &prayers are with you.GOD BLESS
Bella and Jordan Oickle and Bernie Roy
Clifton and family ,Praying for you at this sad time.
May it make your sorrow a little easier to bear,
to know that you are being remembered in prayer.
Thinking of you in your time of loss.
And praying that God will give you his comfort and strength,
to carry you through these difficult days.
With all our Sympathy and Caring
Ira and Brenda
Sympathy to you all. A lovely woman who I remember well growing up in the same community. Playing at her house with Norma and spending some time at Herring Rock as well on week-ends, walking the beach or dune bugging it, it was wonderful. Hang to memories they are precious. Condolences to Norma and Doug and all of their familes.
Love Bee and Ira
dear clifton and family sorry to hear of metas passing, always a pleasure to care for her. my prayers and thoughts are with you at this time.
Vernon & Joyce Hawkes
We would like to express our sympathies to the family.