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Kaye Halley

Kaye Halley

Passed on: January 21st, 2018

It is with broken hearts we announce the passing of our mother, Kaye Halley, 78, formerly of Coxheath. Kaye passed away peacefully on January 21, 2018 at Harbourstone Enhanced Care Facility, Sydney.
Born in New Waterford she was the daughter of the late Mary Martin.
Kaye was a member of the Coxheath Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary for 30 years and won the woman of the year award in 1997.
She was known as the Coxheath limo driver for all the local teens enabling dances, trips to the beach, or going to the ski hill. She was always patient and was considered the mama of the neighborhood. She will be missed by many. Kaye was the proud owner of Halley’s Ceramics, a passion she shared with her husband, together they provided many smiley faces to Cape Bretoners. She spent many years living and working in Ontario surround by family and friends.
She is survived by daughters, Brenda Deveaux (Dan), Paula Marsh (Gordie) and Rhonda Dillier (Marcel); sisters, Jean MacNeil and Jackie Handspiker; brother, Ken Martin; sisters-in-law, Liz Weselake and Pat Halley. She was nanny to Melanie Forrest, Alex Deveaux, Dylan Marsh, Kaili Dillier, Cullen Dillier, Jonathan Marsh and Jarrett Marsh; nanny nanny to Jace and Myla Forrest; many nieces and nephews.
Predeceased by her husband, Peter Halley; sisters, Maytel O’Connell and Patricia Walke; brother, Wally Pelley, and most of her foster family the Campbell’s.
It is requested that memorial donations be made to the Parkinson’s Canada or a charity of choice
To all the wonderful amazing staff at Harbourstone, thank you for treating our mother like your own.
A funeral service will be held at a later date.
Words of comfort may be made to her family by visiting www.twcurry.com.


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