OBITUARY

Maureen Doucette

8 August, 192616 April, 2021

Maureen Margaret Doucette Age 94 of Digby passed away in Tide View Terrace on April 16, 2021. Born in Aldershot, England she was a daughter of the late James and Margaret Weir.

Mum was 13 when World War II began. She left school in her teens and worked as a cashier. At 17, she met our Dad, who was in the Canadian army and was stationed at Aldershot. He was deployed to France and travelled through Belgium and Holland. He returned to England to be married on May 5, 1945, 3 days before Victory in Europe (VE) Day. Following the war, she came to Halifax aboard the Queen Mary and arrived at Pier 21 in July of 1946. They settled in the Digby area, near Dad’s family. Over the years, she became the Matriarch of 5 generations. Mum was a career cashier, working at various locations where she got to know many, many people. After retirement, she did volunteer work, mostly at Bethany Bargain Bin. In 2014, she moved to Tideview Terrace where she made new friends with residents and staff. She was known to have a unique personality, humour, wit and had a vast knowledge of many topics. We would like to thank all the staff that have worked In Snows House over the years. Especially for the last few weeks, their love and compassion shown to Mum was greatly appreciated.

Maureen is survived by her daughters, Wendy (Larry) Budd of Digby, Susan Young of Smith’s Cove; son, Andrew of Weymouth; daughter-in-law, Juanita Doucette; grandchildren, Michelle Gaudet, Ian Doucette, Neill Budd, Mary Gidney, Susan Hubley, Suzanne Doucette, Dianne Doucette, Brad Young; several great grandchildren, great-great grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Besides her parents Maureen was predeceased by husband, Arnold Doucette; son, Daniel Joseph; sisters, Rena Davies of England, Vivienne Farrant of England; brother, Robert Farrant of England; son-in-law Carl Young and stepfather Robert Farrant. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. She passed peacefully with her daughters and granddaughters at her side.

There will no visitation or service by request. Donations in memory can be made to Bethany Bargain Bin or charity of choice. Share a memory or leave a condolence at www.jaynesfuneralhome.com

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Maxine and Willis Marshall

26 April 2021

We were sorry to hear your mum had passed away. She was such a wonderful lady who loved people and especially her family. She was always so positive and always had a smile on her face. It was an honor to know her as she touched so many lives. I always think of her when I make date squares as she enjoyed them so much. May all the special memories you each have of her bring you great comfort in time.
With our deepest sympathy,
Maxine and Willis

Henry Thibodeau

23 April 2021

Susan and Family. Sending our deepest condolences on the loss of your Mom from Irene and Henry Thibodeau

L Sibbley

21 April 2021

Sue, Wendy & family
So sorry for your loss. Your Mom was such a sweet, caring & kind lady. She will be missed.
Sincerely Lisa & Bruce Sibbley & family

Adrienne Sibbley

21 April 2021

Such a beautiful soul, you’ll be missed dearly Maureen. My condolences to the family.

Sandra and Peter Turnbull

21 April 2021

Our Deepest Sympathy to all of the family. Maureen will be missed by all who knew her. She was a wonderful lady and will miss her a lot. RIP Maureen.

Dianne Stanton

20 April 2021

Sue, So sorry to hear about your mom. I of course met her many times at her various cashier positions. She reminded me of my own mom who was also a British war bride. My deepest condolences.

Pat Ryan

20 April 2021

Wendy and Larry,


We were very sorry to hear of Mrs. Doucette’s passing. Our thoughts are with you.

Pat & Coleen Ryan

Debbie & Bondy

19 April 2021

Sending Prayers & Deepest Condolences to all her family & friends at this very sad & difficult time. I always loved to bowl with your Mom & loved her stories.

Loretta Haight

19 April 2021

My sincere sympathy to the family. Maureen was a special person,
when ever together we laughed a lot. May your many memories
give you comfort and peace at this sad time. Love to all!!

Marilyn & Larry Clayton & Schofield

19 April 2021

Rest in peace Maureen we had a lot of good laughs at the co-op thing of you Wendy and Susan

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