Eleanor Mae Mountague (Brooks)

Passed 06/30/2024


Obituary For Eleanor Mae Mountague (Brooks)

Eleanor Mae Mountague – Beaver Bank

It is with broken hearts that we announce the passing of our dear sister and aunt, Eleanor Mae Mountague (Brooks) age 86 of Beaver Bank. Eleanor passed away on June 30th at the VG hospital. She was the daughter of the late Jim and Helen Brooks (Edwards).
Eleanor has been residing for the last four years under the care of Parkland West. She was from a family of six sisters and two brothers. She grew up in Armdale and shared many memories of days spent at “The Dingle” beach with her brothers and sisters.
Eleanor’s career spanned over 40 years with the Red Cross/CBS where she drove in many unfavorable weather conditions to ensure blood made it back to the clinic on time. She was a lady with a strong work ethic and a huge heart. Ellie, called by many, had a great laugh and a beautiful smile. She totally enjoyed her time at “The Camp” alongside her father to build at Tucker Lake.
Ellie is survived by her sister Monique Hazel and brothers Jim Brooks (Theresa), Patrick Brooks (Pauline) and many nieces and nephews.
She is predeceased by her loving husband Barry (whom she lost at the age of 23), partner Charles MacDougall, sisters Barb, Joan, Jan, Ruth and Sandra. Brother Jackie (in infancy)
Thank you to the staff at Parkland and VG 7.2. Also, many thanks to the family who have assisted in Ellie’s care for the past four years.
Cremation has been entrusted to Donald K. Walker funeral director. Keeping with Ellie’s wishes, there will be a family burial at a later date. There will be no visitation or funeral.
Loved and missed forever.

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  • 07/08/2024

    Sad to hear of Ellies' passing. I also worked many years with her and you couldn't ask for a nicer person. Loved it when she laughed which was often. We had many fun mobiles together. May you rest in peace Ellie and say hello to Charlie. Condolence to her family.

  • 07/08/2024

    I had the honor to work with Ellie for many years at Red Cross, wonderful person. May you all experience the loving embrace and presence of our God as you celebrate a wonderful life of faith. God bless you. Iona Smith

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  • 07/07/2024

    I called you, Miss Ellie Mae and you called me Farting Fanny Lol. Your greatly missed !!!♥️♥️♥️ Ginger ale , crispy crunch, dragon flys and so many more always bring my thoughts back to you! Miss you Big Time !!

  • 07/06/2024

    I loved working with Ellie, we shared many laughs and good times. She was a wonderful friend . She will be missed. RIP Ellie. Nancy Travis Wheaton

  • 07/06/2024

    RIP Aunt Ellie. You are at peace now. Say hi to mom. She will be thrilled to see you. Love Gail ❤️

  • 07/05/2024

    Aunt Ellie, Thank you for all the precious memories of our times together. We had a lot of good laughs over the years. One of my favourites was when you drove Nanny and Grandad in your camper to surprise Deb, Ed and me while we were camping in Moncton. You were laughing so hard when you got there. You will always have a special place in my heart. Thank you to Deborah and Pam for being your Earth Angels for the last four years. Love and miss you forever. Susie

  • 07/05/2024

    Aunt Ellie, You were one of the kindest souls I have ever known. You showed so much kindness to all of our family. I always loved when everyone got together at Nan's, Granddad's & your place, we always had a wonderful time. May you be at peace now & forever more. Hopefully Nanny was waiting at the gates for you to enter and to have a dance with you. Gone but NEVER forgotten, love you forever.

  • 07/05/2024

    I am so sorry to hear of Ellie's passing. She was such a wonderful person and friend. RIP Ellie. Barbara Forbes

  • 07/05/2024

    So sorry to hear of Ellies passing worked with her many years atBlood Services Ellie helped me get my career there many memories .Linda Hubbard

  • 07/05/2024

    I remember many many years ago as a little girl Aunt Ellie on the kitchen table yelling to us kids through the window " The monster's loose" terrified because the hamster had got out of its cage. Aunt Ellie was so blessed to be loved and cared for by her dearest Niece Pam Brooks 💖

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