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Marion Agnes McClare (Veinotte)

Passed 04/03/2021

Obituary for Marion Agnes McClare (Veinotte)

McClare (Veinotte), Marion Agnes
Age 74, of Timber Trails, in Lucasville, Nova Scotia, passed away at home on April 3, 2021. Marion was the daughter of the late George B. and Christine Veinotte. She is survived by her husband Glendon (Glen); daughter Leah McClare (Steve Ahier), Toronto; grandsons Julian Morphy and Adrian Morphy, Ontario; and her sister Alice (Greg Metivier), Dartmouth. Along with her parents, she was predeceased by her brother George Veinotte. The family would like to thank Marion’s friends and family who provided their love and support over the last several years. Special thanks to the care team at the ALS clinic in Halifax and to Dr. Paulette Newcombe, both which provide Marion with the best care possible. At Marion’s request there will not be any visitation or service. In her memory, please consider donating to the ALS Society of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, whose support to Marion and her family has been invaluable. Online condolences may be sent to her family by visiting: www.donaldwalker.ca

Weeping may tarry for the night, but joy comes with the morning.
Psalm 30:1-5

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Glen - We were so very sorry to hear of Marion's passing. We're very grateful to have had the opportunity to know Marion (and to be your neighbours). She was such a lovely, thoughtful, and genuinely kind person. We hope all your wonderful memories give you some measure of comfort in the days ahead
- Michelle
Dear Glen and Leah, my sincerest condolences on the loss of your beautiful wife and mother. Marion was such a dear friend and held such a special place in my heart. She came into my life 22 years ago when I was having a very difficult time, and her friendship during and since that time, was invaluable to me. I loved Marion's friendly nature and how she cared so much for others and what was happening in their lives. I pray that all the wonderful memories you have of her will help you through this very sad time.
- Jackie Crouse
Glen & Leah, our memories and love of Marion run deep. We am so grateful that God put your family into our lives, from the first time Leah babysat our boys. Marion was an amazing woman who knew just what to say to soothe a soul, and bring a calm perception a situation. She had such a beautiful perspective on so many things. It was she who taught us the love of a poodle, for which we are forever grateful, it was she, who enabled us to see our boys in a different light, and we so enjoyed our times with her and you, Glen, camping in Keji, and around our campfires, and especially our last visit together. They are memories we hold dear to our hearts, and we will miss her deeply and share a deep sorrow in her passing. God bless and strengthen you as you move forward, and live with the memories of the good times you shared. Love from your neighbours and friends, Nancy & Graham
- Nancy Graham M
Dear Glen, Marian and I are very saddened to hear of Marion's passing. She was a great lady and we have many warm memories of spending time with her and you. We are aware this journey has been difficult; please know our thoughts and sympathies have been with you and they will continue. Go's bless, Marian and Rick Kelly
- Rick Kelly
Dear Glen and Leah- I am saddened to hear of Marion's passing. I worked with her in the 1980's at Culture,Recreation and Fitness. She was so lovely, kind and caring. She will be greatly missed by many, My sincere condolences at this very difficult time. Helen MacNeil
- helenmacneil
Dear Glen, Leah and family- we remember fondly the times we shared together over the holidays either at our open house or Christmas tree trimming at Steve and Heather's. Marion was the true definition of the word lady. Gary and I send our condolences during this difficult time. Although Heaven has gained an Angel, here on earth, Marion will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved her.
- Gary Kelly
Dear Glen and Leah - So sorry to hear of Marion's passing. She was a kind and gentle soul who will be sorely missed. My sincere condolences at this difficult time.
- Donna Dill

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