Joan Louise (Woolridge) Genge
Joan Louise Genge passed away peacefully at Carleton-Kirk Lodge
Nursing Home, Saint John NB on August 20, 2019 in her 87th year. Born
in St. John’s, NL, she graduated as an award-winning student of
Prince of Wales Collegiate. She was a gifted homemaker, ACW member and
choir member and was active in many Anglican parishes throughout
Newfoundland and New Brunswick with her husband and love of her life
Rev. Canon David Genge. She loved her many pets through the years and
enjoyed spending time gardening, baking and doing a wide variety of
crafts. Her standard of perfection for everything she did was
She leaves to mourn her son Peter and grandson Michael, daughters
Heather (David) Bertin and Joanne Genge, her sister Marjorie (Gordon)
Morgan, brother Roy (Shirley) Woolridge as well as many other
relations and friends. She was predeceased by her husband David, her
sister Ruby, her brother Arthur, her daughter-in-law Ngaire, and her
grandson David Edward.
Arrangements in the care of the St. George Funeral Home (755-3533) 26
Portage Street, St. George NB. Following cremation there will be
visitation at Christ Church (Anglican), Pennfield, NB on Sunday,
August 25, from 1-3 pm. A service to celebrate her life will be held
immediately afterward at the church at 3 pm with Rev. Eileen Irish
officiating followed by interment in the church cemetery.
The family would like to thank the staff of the Chateau de Champlain,
particularly Joan’s Home Support Care, the staff of
Carleton-Kirk Lodge, as well as the staff of the SJRH, particularly
the ER and surgery departments. We would also like to thank friends
and family whose kind gestures and support were deeply appreciated and
certainly did not go unnoticed.
Family request that in Joan’s memory, donations may be made to Christ
Church (Anglican), Pennfield and The Carleton Kirk Lodge (Recreation
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Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Joan Louise Woolridge Genge..
Death notice for the town of: St-George, Province: Nouveau-Brunswick