Lori Lee Ansems  19702022 avis de deces  death notice  NecroCanada

Lori Lee Ansems 19702022

Lori Lee Ansems
1970-2022
Lori
Ansems passed away at the Valley Hospice, Kentville with her husband
at her side in the early morning hours of December 3, 2022. She lived
her life with a deep passion and commitment to her family, her farm,
and her horses.
After
graduating Horton High School, Lori attended Nova Scotia Agricultural
College and upon graduation, she was employed with the Department of
Agriculture in Kentville before beginning a successful career as a
poultry farmer and in time, taking over the family homestead in Port
Williams. A leader in the industry, Lori served on local, provincial,
and national boards and committees including Turkey Farmers of Nova
Scotia (Chair), Atlantic Poultry Inc. (Board member), Big East Co-op
(Chair), Producer Advisory Committee of Eden Valley Poultry
Inc., National Farm Animal Care Council, Alternate Director for Nova
Scotia for Turkey Farmers of Canada, and the Poultry Emergency
Response Committee. She was relied upon by many for advice and a calm,
rational voice when it was needed. In the past, Lori also was involved
in 4-H, Girl Guides of Canada, was Princess Port Williams (1993), and
the Apple Blossom Festival Community representative for many
years.

Lori’s passion was
undoubtedly her horses and the love they gave her. An accomplished
equestrian all of her life, her horses and the equestrian community
meant everything to her. She spent many years as a member of the
Annapolis Pony Club, completing national level certification. She
could be found in her younger years at eventing competitions
throughout the province, often bringing home awards and memories that
she would cherish. She was for many years the Treasurer for Horse
Trials Nova Scotia. Lori found her greatest love with the Annapolis
Valley Hunt Club (AVH). She eagerly anticipated the fall
“hunt” season and looked forward to every Sunday, when she
could ride with the hounds and her dearest friends and enjoy the
laughter and conversation at the breakfasts that followed. Over the
years, she continued to be recognized for her calm, quiet riding
demeanour and horsemanship as well as her innate leadership skills.
For many seasons, she served as Whipper-In for the club and her
proudest accomplishment was when she was recognized by the Master of
Foxhounds Association as the Huntsman for AVH. Nothing gave her
greater pleasure than to plan, organize, and lead “the
hunt”.
Lori had
a deep and unconditional love for her family. Her kindness,
compassion, empathy, and respect for others lives on in her two
beautiful children, Claire and Conor. She was fiercely proud of who
they have become. Her most treasured memories of family time were made
on the annual camping trip to Keji. It was the one week a year she
would allow herself to relax and put her feet up, read a book (or
five), play games, go for a peaceful walk, or sit around the campfire.
Keji held a special place in her
heart.
Lori is
survived by and forever missed by her husband, Jeff Newbery and their
two children, Claire and Conor, Port Williams; parents Casey and
Audrey (Millett) Ansems, Port Williams; siblings Jody (Krista
Heinzig), London, England; Tim (Angela Johnston), Port Williams; Julie
(Stuart) Gould, Morristown; several nieces and nephews, and numerous
friends and relatives. She was predeceased by her sister,
Corrine.
The
family would like to express their sincere gratitude for the grace and
compassion shown by the Oncology Unit of the Valley Regional Hospital,
the Palliative Care team, V.O.N., and the Valley Hospice.
You are all saints. A special note of thanks goes to the Annapolis
Valley Hunt Club for providing the honour guard for Lori and the final
call of the horn. She is now free of pain and is forever riding the
orchards and fields, the woods and the beaches of her beloved
Annapolis Valley.
As per
Lori’s request, a formal service will not be held. There
will be an informal gathering for those that wish to show their love
and share their memories of Lori with each other at the White Family
Funeral Home, Kentville on Thursday, December 8 from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Donations may be made to the Annapolis Valley Hunt Club, Annapolis
Valley Health Palliative Care, or the Beatrice Hunter Cancer Research
Institute. Arrangements
have been entrusted to the White Family Funeral Home and Cremation
Services, Kentville. On-line condolences and inquiries may be directed
to www.whitefamilyfuneralhome.com.
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