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Jayne’s Funeral Home

7 Birch Street, Digby, NS

OBITUARY

Patricia E Pyne

June 17, 1939August 25, 2019
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Pyne, Patricia Elizabeth, age 80 of Clementsport and Smith Cove, passed away August 25, 2019 in the Digby General Hospital with her family by her side. Born in Annapolis, she was a daughter of the late Leon and Mildred ( Hardwick) Woodworth.

She loved teaching, school administration and received her Masters in education. She loved to travel, play bridge, and family potlucks at the cottage. She will be remembered for being late, speeding tickets in the yellow corvette, the “Teacher” voice, and optimism.

Surviving are sister Kathy Woodworth Warrick, Cornwallis; brother Irving (wife Shirley) Woodworth, Upper Clements; step daughters Debbie, Brenda, Hollie, and Veronica; step son Bill; many step grandchildren, and great grandchildren, many nieces , nephews, cousins and extended families .She was predeceased by her first husband Lloyd Albert Beeler, and her second husband Harold James Pyne.

No visitation by request. Funeral service will be 1pm, Saturday, August 31, 2019 in Old St. Edward’s Anglican Church, Clementsport. Rev Canon Kenneth Vaughan will officiate with burial in Old St. Edward’s Anglican Cemetery. Donations in memory can be made to the Oncology Ward, Fourth Floor of the Yarmouth Regional Hospital. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Jayne’s Funeral Home 7 Birch St. Digby. (902-245-2525). Share a memory or leave an online condolence at www.jaynesfuneralhome.com.

Services

  • Funeral Service Saturday, August 31, 2019

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Norme Cunningham

September 3, 2019

I am so happy to have been to Patsy's 80ith party, along with my sister Marian and friend Nancy. we go way back to her childhood when she was known as Patsy. She will be missed by all that knew her.

june trimper

August 30, 2019

It is hard to express in a few words more than 63 years of memories. Pat has been there through so many gatherings, visits and events with her generous spirit and contagious laugh. We will always miss her but remember the good times in Alberta and here in Nova Scotia. Her family and friends meant everything to her.
love from June , Wendell & family

Pete & Lynn Nordland

August 29, 2019

Pat, you will be missed by many. You were instrumental in the founding of the Nova Scotia 55+ Games Society and in the organization of our very first Provincial Games held in Cornwallis in 2005. Your smile and 'can do' attitude will always be with us.

Mary Hoiland

August 29, 2019

So sorry to hear of Pat's sudden passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. It was so special to be able to help her celebrate her 80th birthday when she was out west. Pat always had that special smile and was so caring to everyone. May she now RIP and join her family members up above.

Mary (Imler) & Ozzie Hoiland
Okotoks, Alberta

Debi Leger

August 29, 2019

Sweet Aunt Pat you touched the heart & soul of all those you came across. You will be sadly missed by many. RIP! My condolences to family💐😇🙏

Joy & Butch McKay

August 29, 2019

Our condolences to Pat’s family.
We will cherish the memories made over the years that we have known Pat through our volunteer work with the N.S. 55+ Games. Pat showed such strength in her challenges in life and inspired us to keep strong, take one day at a time and live life to the fullest. She was a lovely lady.

Bob MacLeod

August 29, 2019

Pat was a very, very special lady.I met Pat as she was a board member of the Nova Scotia 55+ Games Society, in fact she was one of our founding members.At every meeting she brought sound logic,wisdom, dry humour, a work ethic that was an example for all board members.Her contribution is one of the main reasons why we still exist and are so successful today.
I also remember some of her travel Sicily,Dominican but to name a few, coming to our meetings in her convertible Chrysler,she was a one only.
On behalf of our society I would like to extend our sincere condolences, we will miss you deeply Pat

Joanne Jamieson

August 29, 2019

Pat was truly one of a kind. When her and Lloyd came back from Germany I was amazed by their travel stories. Her wall of sea shells and the lobster trap take me back to my childhood. I spent two weeks with her and Lloyd one summer. That’s how I discovered just how afraid of mice and moths she was. In 1999 I spent two fantastic weeks with her traveling around Nova Scotia. It’s a trip I will never forget. Thanks for the whale watching adventure. I am going to miss you very much.

Kevin and Janet Fex

August 28, 2019

Always in our hearts...never far from our thoughts.You were always there to give support and always made time for everyone in your life.I am glad we were able to visit you at your "little piece of heaven".

Sheila Salsman

August 28, 2019

I am so glad that I got to visit you on Friday. We will always remember how kind & sweet you were to our Bridge group!! RIP Pat?

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