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Richard Innes

Richard Innes
Innes, Richard Allen «Rick»
Born April 8, 1937 in Jollimore, NS.
Age 82, of Lower Branch, NS, passed away on September 28, 2019,
the South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater,
surrounded by the great big love of his
family. He was the
son of the late Stephen and Marjorie (Manuge)
Richard started his working career at 18 years of age, at the
HMCS Dockyard in Halifax. He relocated to Bridgewater in 1966 to start
his career at Canadian Overseas Communication, in Mill Village, which
later became known as Teleglobe Canada. He started as a rigger, and
also came to be a refrigeration technician and truck driver until his
retirement from Teleglobe in 1992.
A lifetime member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 24,
Bridgewater, he received the Legion Meritorious Award in 2007: the
highest award the Legion offers a civilian for their community/Legion
service. His big heart and willingness to always be of service was
recognized by many, veterans and friends alike.
At home, you would find him in his garage,
tinkering away and fixing anything with a motor. He loved a good round
of golf, a passion shared with his son Paul. He also enjoyed playing
hockey with friends in the ‘Old Timers’ hockey league. He was an avid salmon fisherman
and hunter in his younger years. In the last few years he, along with
his wife Carol, enjoyed going to card parties and made many new
He will be sadly missed by his wife
of 57 years, Carol (Gilbert); his daughter Deanna (Laurie) Demond and
son Paul. He was cherished by his granddaughters; Ashley
(Hastings-James), Emily (Hastings-James) and Faith (Demond).
Also dearly missing him will be his siblings, Nancy
(Fred) Harries, Stowe, Vt.; Betsy Cooke, Oxford; Margaret (Earl)
Croft, Dartmouth; Judy
(Frank) Bain, Hants Border; Heather
(Eddie) Schyf, Cobble Hill, BC;
Keith (Sheila),
Boutilier’s Point; Sandra Innes, Windsor; Bruce
(Jean), Hammonds Plains; Susan Manning & Frances
Checkley, Halifax;
and, Deborah Innes, Upper Vaughan;
brother-in law, Ralph Wheadon,
Timberlea; and Gilbert
Cooke, Gulf Shore Road, NS; as well as, many
nieces and
He was predeceased by his parents; Marjorie and Dick Innes,
brothers William and Donald; and sisters, Josephine (Blackburn),
Genesta (Wheadon), and Caroline (Cooke). While we are sad to see him
leave, they will be so delighted to see him
A deep and heartfelt thank you to the nurses at the SSRH, for
their empathetic care of Dad, in his months spent there; you were
wonderful and kind. Thank you to Dr. Thomas McNally at SSRH for
overseeing Dad’s care. A special thank you to
Dad’s ‘sitters’, whose patience and sweetness can only come
from a genuine heart. Lastly, a dear and special heartfelt thanks to
Lucy, our night angel.
A ‘Celebration of Life’ will be held at the Royal Canadian Legion,
Branch 24, Bridgewater from 2-4pm on Thursday, October 3, 2019. If
someone wishes to donate to charity, please pick one dear to your
Arrangements are under the direction of the R.A. Corkum
Funeral Home, Wileville, where on-line condolences may be made by

Nos plus sincères sympathies à la famille et aux amis de Richard Innes..

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Décès pour la Ville: Wileville, Province: Nova Scotia

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