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Patten Funeral Home

71 Union Street, Glace Bay, NS

OBITUARY

Edward Allan Pickford

January 21, 1949September 18, 2019

Edward Allan Pickford was born on January 21, 1949 and passed away on September 18, 2019.

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Wendy Rumbles

September 28, 2019

Sincere Condolences to the family of Edward Allan Pickford. May the family find peace in knowing he is at rest. So sorry for your loss.

Linda MacNeil

September 24, 2019

Our thoughts and prayers are with Edward and his family.
We did not know Edward Allan personally. Our association is with his son Allen who has done a lot of exceptional work for us. If Edward is anything like his son Allen, he must have been a very hard, creative and successful worker as well as a very personable, friendly man.
Linda and Joe T MacNeil

Diane & Richie Warren

September 24, 2019

Karen & family, we are so sorry and with sad hearts to hear about Allen...from me Karen, so many days & years hanging out down your house. Growing up with all of the Pickford family. You had a wonderful family, lovely Mom & Dad, brothers, Grandmother & Terrance. There was always a special place in my heart for your family. This such a sad & difficult time, God Bless Allan. Take care to all the family. We all drift apart over the years but the memories are always nice to keep and share.....
Hugs....Diane and Richie

Betty White

September 23, 2019

Sincere Condolences to the family of the late Allan Pickford. Rest in Peace Allan. God Bless the Family. Fr. Jim and Betty White, Glace Bay.

Jim Chisholm

September 21, 2019

I was taken aback when I heard of Allan's passing and immediately thought of all the life we shared together. He was a most meaningful friend to me. We shared countless conversations of a insightful nature. Allan had the capacity to surprise me with his down to earth insights of people and events. He often helped me at our home in Sydney at any number of various projects in and around the house. I have often said to him in subsequent phone conversations since moving so far away how i wished he was close by to which he chuckled. And more or less added those days are gone. I was fortunate to meet him in this earthly life and share with him the joys and sorrows of our times together. I look forward to growing our friendship as I feed of the memories I have of my time with him. It is all to real to be left as naught. I say we shall meet again some where, some place some time. In thoughtful remembrance, Jim Chisholm