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E Arthur Young 2019

E. Arthur Young
E. Arthur Young, age 90, of
Marjorie Street, Moncton, after battling the challenges of
Alzheimer’s, passed at his last residence, the Briarlea on
Ryan.
Born in Hespler, ON, he was
the son of the late Robert Arthur Young and Elsie May
Pullam.
He is survived by his loving
wife of 27 years, Lyn (Fraser), his sons Warren (Faye), Brian of
Stratford ON, David of San Carlos CA. Grandchildren Arden
Young (James Venus) of London ON, Jeff Young (Nea) of Ottawa, Kelsey
Bauzin (Mark) of Caledonia ON and Chantal Young of Stratford ON, great
grandchild Jackson Venus and several nieces and
nephews.
Besides his parents he was
predeceased by infant son, Ward, brother Robert and sister
Marina.
Art did his university studies
in sociology and psychology, including a Master of Social Work. His
studies included service in street missions in Toronto helping people
with drug and alcohol addictions and those without a home. His view of
service has been to change the world, not to save it. He has always
seen the big picture. His initial work was as a child protection
worker. He later provided support and counselling services at a center
for recovering alcoholics, which eventually led to him serving as
director of the NB Alcohol and Drug Dependency Commission.
Subsequently Art accepted a request to serve in the same capacity for
Newfoundland and Labrador, including providing professional services
to all the remote First Nation communities. Art worked at
Centracare in Saint John providing long-term mental health services,
and he became Manager of Social Work at the Saint John Regional
Hospital.
After his first retirement,
Art volunteered at a Moncton Food Bank before joining Family Service
Moncton as a therapist and Clinical Director. By teaching family
education courses, he also taught many people the benefits of
mindfulness-based stress reduction for
wellness.
After moving to Moncton from
Hampton, Art joined the staff of the Running Room allowing him to
share his love of athletics and words of wisdom with the Moncton
running community. A Boston Marathon alumnus, many will
remember him cheering from the top of Heartbreak Hill…
« You Got This » as he joyfully supported his wife Lyn in her
running adventures as well as all of the Moncton gang. Art
was an icon at so many local running events. He had a
passion for cycling, snowshoeing, and loved wilderness canoe tripping
and fishing.
Art has served his community
through membership in the Freemasonry fraternity for more than fifty
years. His service through this organization has been
recognized at the highest levels, and his many works have included
assisting in the development of a learning center for people with
dyslexia and organizing annual camps for children survivors of
cancer. As Past Master of Acacia Lodge # 49 F & AM,
33 Degree Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite, Member of the
Royal Order of Scotland and former Senior Grand Warden of Grand Lodge
of New Brunswick, Art embodied everything a true Mason should strive
for. He excelled at degree work and was passionate about
Masonic education.
Art was former member of the
choirs of St. John’s United Church and Stilesville United as
well as serving on several church committees. It was often remarked
that Art had a preacher’s voice.
Art was a dog whisperer, a
lover of birds, and of all things in nature, adored babies and
children and sharing family vacations with his boys and
grandchildren. He loved his family and was very proud of the
fine men that his sons became.
We owe a special thanks to the
wonderful staff of the Briarlea on Ryan for their tenderness and
compassion towards both Art and Lyn, they are truly « Angels in
Scrubs »!
Visitation at Fergusons
Funeral Home, 1657 Mountain Road, Moncton (858-1995) on Thursday,
January 2, 2020 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm, with a Masonic Service, led by
Acacia Lodge # 49 F. & A. M. at 6:45
pm.
A service to celebrate and
honour Art’s life will be held at St. John’s
United Church, 75 Alma Street, Moncton on Friday, January 3, 2020 at
2:00 pm. Reception following the service in the Owen Fraser
Hall.
In lieu of flowers, donations
can be made to the Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation Learning Centre
or any meaningful charity. Online condolences for the family may be
shared on Fergusons Funeral Home Facebook page or at
www.fergusonsfuneralhome.com
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