Agnes "Aggie" Anderson

Passed 02/05/2019

Obituary for Agnes "Aggie" Anderson

It is with heavy hearts and with deep sadness that our family announces the passing of our loving Mother Agnes Anderson. Age 73, of East Uniacke, Mom passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at the QEII Hospital. Born in Mushaboom, February 21, 1945. Mom was a daughter of the late Robert & Esther Boutilier. Mom's first love was for her children and only grandson. Her love was always unconditional. However, her heart was broken when she lost her eldest son. She loved cooking, baking (date squares, bread, rolls, pies and cakes). Mom also enjoyed putting on family dinners. She was truly "one of a kind". The love of Lewis Lake and her good neighbours of the Cove was ongoing. Mom and Raymond enjoyed gardening together. They would have been more successful had it not been eaten by the animals. For the last 15 years Mom was a member of the Fairview Legion, Branch 142. She loved dancing and meeting new people; she loved her country music but Elvis was always her King! At 17 she started working at grocery stores and ended with Sobeys (Sackville) where she retired. Survived by: her children Randy, Dartmouth; Jennifer, Enfield; grandson Anthony, Halifax. Raymond Pearson, companion, was an important part of her life. Brothers: Kenneth (Carolyn) Moncton; Vernon (Shirley) Eastern Passage. Sisters: Shirley, Halifax; Julie, Edmonton, Lola (Pat) Upper Musquodoboit. Brothers in law: Lou Walsh, Ernest (Kaye) Anderson, Gary (Donna) Anderson. Survived by: Many Aunts, Uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Predeceased by: husband, Victor Sr., son, Victor Jr., sister, Elva Walsh. Cremation has taken place. There will be a Celebration of Life at a later date. We want to thank you all for reaching out to us at this sad time. Donations can be made to Patient Services of the Canadian Cancer Society. Online condolences can be sent to: or via website:

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I am so sorry to hear about Agnus. I worked with her at Sobeys in Sackville many years ago. She was a hard worker and a good person. My thoughts and prayers are with her family during this difficult time. RIP Aggie.
- Linda Bond
Very sorry to hear about your loss . I did not know your mom well but found her to be very warm and engaging Wish you all well
- agnes anderson
Jennifer and Randy, We were deeply saddened to read of your mothers passing. I worked with Aggie for many years and she was a pleasure to work with and always a great worker. She always took a personal interest in my family as well and when my wife came into the store she would always stop and say Hello and ask about our boys. After retirement I would often get a Christmas card from her with a nice note. I know she will be missed. Our Deepest Sympathy . Bill & Sherral Bowman
- Bill Bowman
I was so saddened to hear about Agnes passing. She was such a pleasure every time she visited my clinic. I will miss her.
- Paula Gaudet
our condolences,Jennifer, to you and your family on the passing of your mother. She was a good friend and neighbor for many years. We enjoyed our chats and just knowing she was there gave us comfort. We will miss her and Raymond working in the garden. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and yours. Lot, Sheila and family
- lot cossar

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