The death of Cleveland A. Jagoe of Bathurst, NB
occurred on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018 at the Chaleur Regional Hospital
at the age of 95 years.
Born in Janeville, NB he was the eldest son of the
late Stuart J. and Audrey E. (Scott)
Cleve was extremely proud to serve Queen and Country
during WWII as a Nursing Orderly with the RCAMC (Royal Canadian Army
Medical Corps), and later serving the North Shore Regiment Reserve as
a Warrant Officer. He was Honorary Lifetime Member and Palm
Leaf Meritorious Service Medal recipient of the Royal Canadian Legion
Branch #18, Bathurst; member of the Lodge St. John, No. 27, F+AM of
the Masonic Order, a Luxor Shriner of the North Shore Shrine
Club, member of the First United Church, Bathurst, NB, Bathurst UCT
(United Commercial Travellers) and a recipient of the Freeman of the
City (Bathurst, NB).
Cleve was an employee of Lounsbury Co. for over 39
years and was a Corps Commissionaire prior to retirement. He
enjoyed many years of vegetable gardening, travelling and spending
summers at the family cottage in Salmon Beach.
Often remembered for his many dedicated years of
volunteering with various organizations, he was often heard saying he
was much busier in retirement. He was known for his sharp
mind and regaling stories of the war, local history and a wee bit of
Cleve is survived by his wife of 75 years Alice P.
Scott; six children: Kenneth Jagoe, Sherry Mitton (Gerald), Allen
Jagoe (Nancy) all of Bathurst; Pamela Smith (Bayard) of Squamish, BC;
Ashley Jagoe (Norma) of New Maryland, NB; and Dawn Bowie (Albert) of
12 grandchildren and 8
He is also survived by two brothers Arthur Jagoe
(Eileen) and Orin Jagoe (Shirley) both of Bathurst. One
sister Verda Logan (Russell) of Dundee, Cape Breton,
He was predeceased by sisters Mina Graham, Sadie
Cormier, and Laura Branch.
As per Cleve’s wishes his body has been donated to the
Department of Medical Neuroscience at Dalhousie
A memorial service will be held at First United
Church, Bathurst on Sunday, July 15, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Blair
Donations in memory of Cleve can be made to First
United Church (Bathurst), Luxor Shriners Transportation Fund or the
Robert L. Knowles Veteran’s Unit,
Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Cleveland Jagoe 19232018.source