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Dorothy Bockus

Lieu de naissance : Bethel, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada

Lieu de décès : St. Andrews, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada
Date de décès : 19 mars 2010

BOCKUS, Dorothy - The death of Dorothy Inez Bockus of Leverville, New Brunswick, formerly of Saint John West, occurred in her 92nd year at the Passamaquoddy Lodge Nursing Home, St. Andrews, NB on March 19, 2010. Born in Bethel, New Brunswick, she was the daughter of the late Herbert and Bertha (Hanson) Maxwell. Predeceased by her parents; her husband, Rev. Canon Walter A. Bockus; sisters, Mildred and Doris; brothers Horace, Clayton, Douglas and Gilmore. Survived by her sister, Ruth Williams-Delong of St. Stephen, NB; daughters, Mary Anne (Paul) Fetterly of North Dakota, USA, Catherine (Donald) Avery of Bonshaw, PEI, Margaret Bockus (John Gallagher) of West Saint John, NB; son, Walter (Kathy) Bockus of Leverville, NB; grandchildren, Paul Fetterly, Johanna (Nathan) Gerelus, Brian (Maya) Fetterly, Sarah Fetterly, Melissa (Corey) MacArthur, Michael (Janette) Wills and Matthew (Terri) Wills, Jacqueline (Leslie) Mills and James Bockus; great grand children, Oksana and Nixon Gerelus, Lennon Fetterly, Matthew, Jaime Lynne and Alicia MacArthur, Ryan and Liam Wills, Jacob, Brynn, Nathaniel, Nicholas, Sophia Mills, Justin and Alexandre Bockus; several nieces and nephews.
Resting at Brenan’s BayView Select Community Funeral Home, 1461 Manawagonish Road, Saint John, NB, with visiting on Monday from 7 to 9 pm.
The funeral will be held 11 am on Tuesday from Brenan’s BayView Chapel, with Canon John Matheson officiating. Following cremation the interment will take place in the Greenwood Cemetery at a later date. For those who wish, donations to All Saints Anglican Church Memorial Fund, St. Andrews, NB, or to a charity of the donor's choice would be appreciated. wwbayviewfh.com

 
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