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Page 30 THE QUODDY TIDES Obituarit00 MRS. ALICE LEAVITT BACK BAY-Mrs. Alice Leavitt, widow of Addison Leavitt, Sr., of Back Bay, N.B., passed away on December 18, 1978 at Collingwood Nursing Home, Pennfield, where she was a patient. She was born Sept. 4, 1878, a daughter of Josiah and Elizabeth (Hutchinson) Cook of Back Bay. She had lived her entire life at Back Bay and was a member of the Full Gospel Assembly Pentecostal Church. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. William (Berniece) Hanselpacker, Mrs. Thomas (Grace) Henry, both of St. George, and Mrs. Manford (Irene) Cook of Back Bay; four sons, Victor, Addison, Stinsofi, all of Back Bay and Vinton of Black's Harbour; 38 grandchildren, 125 great-grandchildren and 46 great-great- grandchildren ; two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Leslie of Back Bayand Mrs. Mabel Currie of Saint John; two brothers, Alonzo Cook, a patient at Collingwood Nursing Home, and Chester Cook of Back Bay; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at the Pentecostal Church, Back Bay, conducted by Rev. Gilbert Kinney, assisted by Rev. John Nickerson of St. George. Interment was in the Back Bay Community Ceme- tery. JAMES NEWELL EDWARD MOORE PLEASANT POINT and PERRY- James Newell Edward Moore, 84, died Jan. 29, 1979 at the Eastport Memorial Hospital following a brief illness. He was born in Calais, Oct. 17, 1894, son of Joseph and Susan (Paul) Moore. He resided in New London, N.H. for 28 years, later moving to Claremont, N.H., where he retired in 1970. Survivors include his wife, Lillian Moore of Pleasant Point; one son, James W. Moore of Claremont, N.H.; five grand- children; several nieces and nephews. A Mass of Christian burial was cele- brated at St. Ann's Catholic Church with the Rev. Joseph Mullen officiating. Inter- ment was in the tribal cemetery, Pleasant Point. ALBERT H. McCULLOCH EASTPORT-Albert Henry McCulloch, 89, died Jan. 27, 1979 at a Bangor hospi- tal following a long illness. He was born in Eastport, Sept. 6, 1889, son of Michael and Nellie (Greenlaw) McCulloch. He was educated in Eastport schools and was employed for many years by the R. J. Peacock Canning Co. in the East- port and Portland factories. Mr. McCulloch was a veteran of World War I where he served in the U.S. Army. He attended the Washington Street Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Laura (Mac- Diarmaid) McCulloch of Eastport; two sisters, Mrs. Kathleen Andrews and Mrs. Marie Leighton, both of Eastport; one brother, Carl McCulloch of Portland ; one niece and several cousins. Funeral services were held at the Flagg Funeral Home with Pastor John Romano officiating. Interment was in Hillside Cemetery. Friends who wish may donhte in his memory to the Eastport Memorial Hos- pital or the Eastport Ambulance Corps. KIRK G. ALTVATER PERRY-Kirk Gerard Altvater, 21, died unexpectedly Feb. 1, 1979. He was born in Eastport, Marc h 3, 1957, the son of Christopher and Rita (Nicholas) Alt- vater. He was educated in Pleasant Point and Eastport schools and had resided in Perry all his life. Survivors include his wife, Bonnie Alt- vater of Bangor; one son, Kirk J. Altvater of Perry; his mother, Rita Altvater of Perry; grandfather, William Altvater of Terre-Haute, Ind. ; paternal grandmother, Kathleen Altvater of California ; maternal grandmother, Margaret Nicholas of Pleas- ant Point; one brother, Christopher G. Altvater of Perry; four sisters, Gerard.o Longfellow of Southwest Harbor, Judy Morang of Quoddy Village, Valerie Emery of Washington, D.C. and Lisa Homan of Perry; several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. I wish to thank Dr. Peterson, the nurs- es and staff of the Calais Regional Hospit- al for care I received while I was a patient there. Also many thanks to my family, friends and neighbors for cards, gifts and calls after my return home. Mrs. Faye Antone The family of Nelson C. Craig wish to express their sincere and deepest apprec- iation to our many relatives, friends, neighbors, his co-workers and fraternal organizations for the beautiful flowers, food and all other kindnesses in our time of bereavement. Wife-Mrs. Nelson Craig Sons-Royce, Malcolm and Elden Craig I wish to thank Drs. Perrot, Clement and Hosler and the nurses and staff at the Eastern Maine Medical Center for their wonderful care while I was a patient there. Thanks also to all my friends for their cards, gifts and concern and a spec- ial thanks to my daughter, Marilyn Bar- rell. Mrs. Margaret McNeill I wish to express my thanks to friends and relatives for cards, visits, food, flow- ers and all other acts of kindness shown during the illness, and recent death of my husband, Melvin. Special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Willis Grant of Orrington, Me. Geneva Garnett I would like to thank all who sent cards, visited me and remembered me in prayer while I was a patient in the Down East Community Hospital, Machias. Spec- ial thanks to the Baptist Church for the nice book of poems they sent me. Also special thanks to Dr. Gaskill, Dr. Bakke and the nurses. Clifton Greene Campobello, N.B. In loving memory of my dear wife and our much loved mother, Lavada Jones, who passed away Feb. 17, 1976. Like falling leaves the years pass by but the memory of you will never die. In our hearts you'll always stay Loved and remembered every day. Sadly missed and always remembered by: husband-Kenneth daughters-Roberta, Marjorie, Karen son-in-law-Larry sons-Alton and Wendell In loving memory of husband and father, J. Phair Danks, who passed away February 13, 1978. Sadly missed and lovingly remember- ed. Wife-Marguerite Children-Joey, Emma, JoAnne and John In memory of James Paul Green who passed away February 13, 1978. Counting today, a year's gone by how many tears can one person cry? Not tears of .guilt for words unsaid but for all the memories of things we did. You're gone from my sight but not from my soul Thank you for the love, that you gave me to hold. Sadly missed and lovingly remem- bered, Daughter-Paula BUTLER & BERRY MONUMENTS Machias, Maine Closed for the winter. Open April I, 1979 255-3649 In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Colin Wilson (Pa), who pass- ed away February 2nd, 1962. His presence we miss his memory we treasure. Loving him always Forgetting him never. Always loved and remembered by Daughter Jessie Maude and family In loving memory of John H. Knight, who passed away February 13, 1977: We never lose the ones we love for even though they're gone. Within the hearts of those who care their memory lingers on. Sadly missed by: Wife Frances Son Allan Daughter Lola and Grandchildren In memory of our beloved husband and father, James P. Green, who passed away February 13, 1978. Sadly missed and so lovingly remem- bered by: Wife-Ethelda, children and grand- children. In loving memory of a fellow soldier, P.F.C. Dale A. Burke, who passed away on January 15, 1971. Born in Lubec, Maine. "The Lord is my light and my salva- tion, whom shall I fear, when evil men come to destroy me, then will they stumble and fall? Yes, though a mighty army marches against me, my heart shall know no fear. I am confident that God will save me. Psalm 27. From a fellow soldier Kenneth L. Hudson In memory of our beloved mother, Alice C. Cross, who passed away Febru- ary 10, 1963. So sadly missed aod lovingly remem- bered, Daughters: Mrs. Evelyn Green Mrs. Ethelda Green llllllllllllll l l ll l llllllll funeral home & flortet !+II 22 c.o.c, sT. CALA,S. ME. Michael F. Wilson - Owner and Funeral Director Donald D. Marchese - Funeral Director FUNERAL HOME FLORIST Tel. 454-3141 Tel. 454-2555 Professional Services Flowers for all Occasions Fresh - Silk - Dried I would like to thank the Nursing Home for their care Parkinson; special thanks to Stockford and Lloyd Leighton. Sister- Eva McCann - " PLUMBING Dean L. Bradshaw, Licensed "NEW HOMES OR Pump Installation & Trouble=h Free Estimates Call 726-5065 De= S E LWOO D -----WR ITE R SERVI( Expert Maintenance and Rel ALSO ADDING MACHINI Prompt Service & Reasonable f 30 Mitchell St. - Eastport, Tel_. 853-4777 INTERSTATE SEPTIC TANK SERVll Cleaning and Reoair ! Ron Curtis - Pembroke, TEL. 726-3985 WANTED TO BUY PIANOS Call Collect: 1-667-5078 Walter N. Batson, and Sons Bricklayers -- Plasterers i Stone Masons Cement Finishers TEL. ADDISON 483-238 ATTENTION SENIOR CITIZENS 10% Discount on Radios, Stereos, Pick up your 10% Club Discount Card at DOWN EAST 139 Main St. - Calais, Me. After this date, 1979, I will not be res for any bills contracted anyone other than mymif,! Mr. Barry Giles :'i Lubec, Me. ' . NOTICE After this date, I will not responsible for any bills i tracted by anyone other myself.  Roger Wade . _ i7