OBITUARY

Barbara Elizabeth Deman

September 28, 1949November 18, 2021

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Barbara Elizabeth Deman nee Morgan, age 72, on November 18, 2021 in the Bridgewater Regional Hospital. Born in Annapolis Royal she was a daughter of the late Edith and Cecil Morgan. Barb grew up in Greenland, then moved to Toronto where she worked in cosmetology for several years. She moved back to Nova Scotia and resided in Digby. In 2006, Barb relocated to Cornwallis Park. Barb had many talents and excelled at them all. While living in Digby, she helped her sister, Lin with the Pioneer Girl activities at the Smith’s Cove Church. Barb and Lin had a very special bond. During the last 15 years, Lin and her husband John Conway were Barb’s caregivers and despite her physical limitations, Barb was and always has been supportive during any and all of Lin’s difficult times. Following a heart attack and a stroke in July, Barb spent several weeks in the Yarmouth hospital before being transferred to Fisherman’s Memorial Hospital in Lunenburg for continuing rehab. Through it all, Barb was an inspiration to all with her positive and cheerful attitude and made friends with many people. We wish to thank the nurses, doctors, physio and all staff who took such good care of her. Barb called them, “her angels.” Barb is survived by son, Adreaan Deman, Ontario; sisters, Edna Peck, Greenland, Judy (Dan) MacRae of London, Ont, Linda (John) Conway of Cornwallis Park; brothers, Dick (Barb) or Bear River, Phil of Digby; grandchildren, Autumn and Logan of Ontario. Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her brothers, Larry, Wayne and Ted. Cremation has taken place under the care of Jayne’s Funeral Home, Digby. There will be a private family graveside service and burial at a later date. Please share a memory or leave a condolence at www.jaynesfuneralhome.com

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Wayne/Linda Isles

November 27, 2021

Dear Linda:
Please accept our deepest sympathy on the recent loss of your sister, Barb. Remember all the wonderful memories you created with her during her life's journey. These will certainly help ease the pain you are experiencing.
We will keep you in our prayers and thoughts.
Sincerely,
Wayne/Linda Isles
Clementsport, NS

Mary Cook

November 26, 2021

Barb was a very special friend. Our paths crossed in the Lunenburg Memorial Hospital this summer and we connected immediately.
I comforted her every day at her beside during her recovery. We had great chats and became very close.
May you now rest peacefully my dear friend.
Sincerely,
Millie Mosher

Anita Morgan

November 26, 2021

My first memory of you Aunt Barb was holding me to the window in the house in Greenland showing me the birds. We had some fun adventures when I got older and I always thought you were a woman of grace. Thanks for being such a good friend to mom, say hi to her for me.
Rest easy sweet Aunt
Love Anita xx

Marty Felker

November 26, 2021

Lin and Family - my sincere sympathies on your recent loss. Remember, she is gone from your sight but will be forever in your hearts.

Marty Felker

Marty Felker

November 26, 2021

Lin and Family

Please accept our greatest condolences on the loss of your sister. Our thoughts and prayers are with you

Cornwallis Park Community Association

Lisa Muraca

November 25, 2021

My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Although I personally do not have many memories of Aunt Barb I do know how loved she was to by her siblings and those who were close to her. Rest In Peace Aunt Barb..




Joan Young

November 25, 2021

My condolences to Barb's family. We worked together at Pizza Delight for awhile. She was a lot of fun to work with.

Roger and Ann Long

November 25, 2021

Our thoughts and sympathy go to Barb's family during this difficult time. While the years and responsibilities of life have drifted us apart, we value the memories growing up together as cousins. May the memories of the good days be a comfort and help at this time.

Mary Cook

November 24, 2021

Barb was a special friend to me as we met and became close companions while in the Lunenburg Fisherman's Hospital.
The "girls club" which consisted of me, Barb, Millie, and Ivy were very supportive of each other and this made our stay in the hospital alot of fun and we truly cared for each other. We enjoyed great conversation, meals together, and wonderful companionship.
Barb will be missed by us all. Memories of our time together will stay with us forever.
Rest in peace.
Love Mary, Millie, and Ivy

Barby Brushett

November 24, 2021

I have so many memories of Aunt Barb, and most are from my childhood as I haven’t seen her in quite some time.
This picture of her reminds me of all the times I used to sit in the bathroom to watch her do her make up. Her eyes always amazed me with their depth and beauty.
The other fond memory I have is one of our ‘date nights’ where we danced to music singing like we were on stage, and ate supper from cushions on the floor. I thought she was so cool!!
I wish all of her siblings my sincere condolences, and want to thank my mom and John for looking after her. She has been, and forever will be, loved.

FROM THE FAMILY