Lorraine Morrow
Lorraine Morrow
Lorraine Morrow
Lorraine Morrow
Lorraine Morrow
Lorraine Morrow

Obituary of Lorraine Morrow

Morrow (White), Lorraine Audrey – 73 of Centre Rawdon / Greenfield passed away peacefully at the VG Site, QEII, Halifax on July 20th, 2021, surrounded by family. Born in Kennetcook on October 22nd, 1947, she was the daughter of the late Frank and Freda (Demont) White. Lorraine spent most of her working career at the Windsor Sobeys where she retired after 20 years of serving the public. She always loved having laughs and great conversation with her friends and family. Lorraine enjoyed crocheting, crafts and baking in her spare time. She will be deeply missed by her family and all who knew her. Lorraine is survived by her husband of 52 years Robert, daughter Rhonda (Andy Wagner), son Robert “Bobby” (Jodie Isenor), grandsons Jordan (Alana), Joshua and Jacob, greatgrandchildren Dexter, Hudson and Violet, sisters Wilma (Jim Hennigar) and Joy (Kenneth Barron), brothers Bruce (Penny), Steve and Chris and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. There will be a Graveside Committal Service held on Sunday July 25th, 2021, at 6pm in the St. James Presbyterian Cemetery, White Settlement Rd, Noel Road, Rev. Debbie Mosher officiating. If you wish to be seated, please bring a chair. Please follow COVID-19 guidelines and maintain social distancing outside your bubble. Donations in memory of Lorraine can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society – support.cancer.ca Arrangements have been entrusted to the compassionate care of the J. Wilson Allen Funeral Home, Hwy 354, Kennetcook, ph-1-902-362-2440 or please visit our web site at www.allenfh.ca to sign the guest book and send private condolences.
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Sunday
25
July

Service

6:00 pm
Sunday, July 25, 2021
St James Presbyterian Cemetery
White Settlement Road
Noel Road , Nova Scotia, Canada
Graveside Committal Service

Donations

Donations in memory of Lorraine can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society – support.cancer.ca
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