Donald Aubrey Lawrence 2021

Donald Aubrey Lawrence
Donald Aubrey Lawrence, 88 of Wilmot NB, passed away on
Thursday June 10, at the Upper River Valley Hospital. Donald was born
in Wilmot on September 19, 1932 to Archie and Mary (Smart)
Lawrence.
Donald is survived by his wife, Elsie (Bidwell) Lawrence, his
children, Robert (Shelly) Lawrence, Terry (Lynn) Lawrence, Shirley
(Joe) O’Grady and Weldon Lawrence. His grandchildren, Todd,
Bradley, Kevin, Ashley, Claire, Connor, Eatham, and Alexander, along
with his 3 Great Grandchildren.
Donald is also survived by his sisters, Helen Martin, Inez
Benefield, Wilma (William)Outz Janet Sherman,
brothers, Allison (Susan) Lawrence and Harold (Judy) Lawrence. Several
Nieces, Nephews and Cousins.
Donald was pre deceased by parents, Archie and Mary Lawrence,
Brother Alvin (Lynn) Lawrence, Brother in Laws Ed Benefield and Harvey
Sherman and also the mother of his children, Geraldine (Prosser)
Lawrence.
Arrangement are not complete at this time. Web site will be
updated as soon as they become available.
Due to Covi9 19 restrictions, masks and social
distancing are required and we are limited to 50 people inside the
building at one time.
www.carletonfuneralhome.ca

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Donald Aubrey Lawrence 2021..

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