d’Entremont, Doris Lucille, age 87 of West Pubnico died January 21, 2019 in Nakile Home for Special Care in Argyle. Born in Lower West Pubnico she was a daughter of the late William Austin and Marie Odille (Brown) Surette. She is survived by her daughters, Colleen (Merton) Sears, Middle West Pubnico, Ena (Tommy), Upper Wedgeport and Lauren (Paul) Currans, Lower West Pubnico, grandchildren, Trina, Daphne, Ginette, Jean-Guy, Réal, Marc and Maria, great grandchildren, Josée, Kristine, Rowan, Jade, Tyler, Mitchell and Emily, sisters in law; Jean Surette and Marguerite d’Entremont, brother in law Leonard d’Eon. Doris was predeceased by her husband Benoit d’Entremont, brothers; Arthur, Harvey, Richard, Joe, Wilbert, Walter and Howard and Joseph, both in infancy, sisters; Freda, Jane and Ada. Remains are resting at the West Pubnico Funeral Home, Middle West Pubnico with visitation Thursday, January 24, 2019 from 7-9pm and Friday, January 25 from 9-9:30am. A Mass of Christian burial will be held at St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church, Middle West Pubnico, Friday, January 25, 2019 at 10am with Fr. Cyrille Assihou officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to St. Peter’s Cemetery Fund or to a charity of choice. On line condolences may be forwarded to the family at westpubnicofh.com
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the West Pubnico Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Middle West Pubnico 902 762-3407
We would like to thank the staff and residents of the Pont du Marais Boarding Home, Villa Acadienne and Nakile Home for Special Care for all the love and affection shown to our mother during her stay. Mom has received numerous recognitions for her volunteer work, especially with the Girl Guide movement. She and her sister in law Jean Surette began the guiding movement in the Pubnico area in 1969. For decades, Mom was a Leader, Commissionaire and Camp Advisor. She not only guided her own daughters, but the daughters of many. Mom also had a passion for golf, travelling and playing cards. Her legacy will live on in all of us. She gave us the best of her life!