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Ruth Martha Kenny

Ruth Martha Kenny

Together again, Mom has gone home to join our Dad in Heaven.
The death occurred peacefully at The Mount Continuing Care Community, surrounded by the love of her family on December 11, 2018, of Ruth Martha Kenny (Trainor) formally from Byrnes Road in her 89th year, devoted wife of the late Joseph Kenny. She was the daughter of the late Harry and Margaret (Casey) Trainor of St. Teresa. A loving mother to Gerard, Dromore; Margaret (Reuben), Lakeside; Cecil (Marie), Brackley; Roberta, Bethel; Bernadette (Leo), Watervale; Eleanor (Frank), Fortune; Gladys (Lloyd), Tracadie Cross; David (Kathy), Head of Montague; Patricia, (Frederick) Hanover, Ontario; Robert (Josie), Mermaid; and Paul (Anne), Albany. Forever loved by her 32 grandchildren and 51 great-grandchildren. Also survived by her brother Cecil (Marion) Trainor, sisters: Anita (Clifford) Ryan and Roseen Baird. She is also remembered lovingly by her many nieces and nephews. Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her sisters; Gladys, Sally and Helen, her infant brother James, brother in- laws; Roy Kenny and Carl Baird, nephews Blair Trainor, Kevin and Sean Kenny and infant granddaughter Crystal Dawn Kenny. Resting at St. Theresa, The Little Flower, Roman Catholic Church in Morell for visitation on Friday, December 14, 2018 2pm to 4pm and 7pm to 9pm. The funeral will be held on Saturday, December 15, 11:00 pm at St. Lawrence O´Toole Church, Green Meadows. Interment will be St. Lawrence O´Toole Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, if desired, donations in Ruth’s memory may be made to the St. Lawrence O’Toole Cemetery Fund. Out of respect for the family; please refrain from wearing scented products. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the North Shore Funeral Home, Morell. Online condolences may be made to



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