CLINE, EMILY MONEDA - Emily Moneda (Richardson) Cline, 101 years old, died October 31st, 2011. She was born on Bean’s Island on June 4th, 1910 and lived her entire life on Deer Island. She was the daughter of Harry and Jennie (Small) Richardson. She is survived by grandchildren, Richard Rogerson (Connie), Laurie Cline (Brenda), Jody Cline (Luanne), Steven Cline (Lucille), Reid Cline (Pam), Joanne Whitenect (Ron) and Harlan Cline (Crissy), 12 great-grandchildren, Angeal (Blair Belliveau) and Rickey (Becky) Rogerson, Kristy and Sean Cline, Emily Cline, Ross and Travis Cline, Mark, Dayna and Alex Cline, Alyse and Cody Whitenect, as well as four great-great-grandchildren, Luke and Emily Rogerson and Richard and John Belliveau. She is also survived by her special sister Jennie D’Entremont and sister in law Geneva Richardson. Emily was predeceased by her husband, Edward, her two children, George Cline and Helen Rogerson as well as four sisters; Hilda, Freda, Tessie and Nellie and five brothers; Kenneth, Herbert, Lyle, Russel and Harry Richardson. Emily was a caregiver to many family members and worked at the HW Welch Sardine Factory for many years. She enjoyed her daily Bible readings, knitting, quilting, baking for others and listening to “Old” Country Music. She was a lifetime member of the Leonardville Women’s Institute and a member of the Lords Cove Church of Christ. Emily deeply cherished the love of her friends and family and this shared loved was shown by the many visits, cards, thoughts and prayers.
Resting at the Leonardville Church of Christ, Leonardville, NB from where the service will be held on Friday at 11:00 am with Rev. Joel Bridges officiating followed by the interment at the Mount Hope Cemetery at Richardson NB. Vi sting at the church will take place on Thursday from 7 to 9 pm. In Emily’s memory, donations to a charity of the donor’s choice would be appreciated by the family. Special thanks to Dr. Sheehan and the staff of 6th floor, St. Joseph’s and to Emily’s roommate, Freda Steeves for your care and kindness. Arrangements in the care of the St. George Funeral Home & Crematorium (755-3533) 26 Portage Street, St. George, NB (www.stgeorgefh.ca)