In her memory, donations to Doaktown United Baptist Church or Carroll's Crossing United Baptist Church
passing of Bertha
Ward of Doaktown,
N.B, wife of the late Allison
Monday, February 11,
2019 at the
a brief illness.
Born in Doaktown on March 17, 1931 she was
the middle daughter of the
late Annie (Betts) and Hubert
She would have
turned 88 on St Patrick’s Day
wonderful mother to Keith (Elouise), Karen (Vaughn), Krystal (Deceased)
(Shirley), also a
Allison’s children, Stanley, Cathy and
Jessica (Aaron) Morehouse,
(Brittany) Amos, Adam (Kristen) and
and Holly (Nathan) Keenan,
special great-grammie to Annabelle,
Victoria, and Avery Morehouse, Isla
and Asher Amos, Cohen, Liliana and Jeriah
Storey and Wyatt Walsh.
sister to Marina (Darrell)
O’Donnell and Lena (Late Ramsay)
O’Donnell as well
aunt to many nieces and
she was predeceased by her
beloved husband Allison
and her very much
now reunited with
went on to UBBTS in Moncton (Now
and graduated as part of the first graduating class of 1952.
She then graduated from Fredericton Business College
she was employed at several businesses: Lounsbury Company, Miramichi
Salmon Club, Betts’ Home Hardware, Betts’
IGA, B &
L Restaurant, Doaktown Arena Canteen with
missed friend Delores Parker,
also past village
clerk, member of Doaktown Athletic Association.
She was a member of St John Ambulance for
30+ years, first female
ambulance driver and
the order of St John
her dedicated service in 1988.
She loved to knit and for
several years has
donated many pairs of mittens
both Doaktown Self-Help
and the Doaktown Elementary School.
She loved to go for
drives in her Little
Toyota and would often “drop in”
with other seniors in the area; she
also loved all
things Mickey Mouse.
She will be dearly missed.
Bertha Patricia Ward is resting
Church on Thursday, February 14,
2019 from 4-8.
The Funeral Service
will be held on Friday,
2 pm at Doaktown United
with Reverend Roger Mitchell and
Gary Countway officiating.
Burial will be in the church
donations to Doaktown United Baptist Church or Carroll’s
Church would be appreciated by the family.
are in the care of Davidson’s
Funeral Home, 622-7464 and
online at www.davidsonsfh.com, your