BOUDREAU, Charles Hugh “Hughie” (68) of Little Dover, Guysborough Co. It is with heavy hearts that we, the family of Charles Hugh Boudreau, announce his passing on Monday, October 8, 2018, in Eastern Memorial Hospital, Canso, with his loving family by his side. Hughie was born on July 1, 1950, passing away at the age of 68. He was born in Little Dover; a son of the late Fred and Rosie (Bouchie) Boudreau. Hughie lived his entire life in Little Dover and worked in the fishing industry from the age of 15 years. Hughie was a quiet gentleman, who lived a quiet simple life, and was well loved by family and friends. Hughie is survived by his loving wife of 47 years, Marg (Greencorn); brothers, Murdock, Truro; Garnet, Seaside Manor, Canso; sisters, Agatha “Gay”, Norma (Chris), Loretta “Estie” (Eldon) and Carol Ann Snow, all of Dover; Marilyn (Jim), Canso and many nieces and nephews. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his brothers, Jerome “Jip” and Frederick “Ted”, Laurier; sister, Beatrice Hynes; brothers-in-law, Albert Boudreau, Albert Snow, Gary Snow, and Melvin Dixon; parents-in-law, Florence and Robert Greencorn. Funeral mass took place on Friday, October 12, in St. Agnes Roman Catholic Church, Little Dover, with Father Jonathan Nnajiofor officiating. Burial in the parish cemetery. Memorial donations in memory of Hughie may be made to Eastern Memorial Hospital, Canso. Words of comfort may be forwarded to the family at


LUDDINGTON, Keith Embree, of Goldboro, formerly of New Harbour. The roll was called and Keith went home to glory Oct 7, 2018, at his home. Born in New Harbour, he was the son of the late John C. and Maude (Henderson) Luddington. He was a lifelong inshore fisherman and worked as foreman for Tidewater Construction Company. Keith was a very faithful member of New Harbour United Baptist Church and always supported the communities along the Eastern Shore by attending special events. Keith is survived by his wife Bessie Skodje, son Wayne (Sandy), daughter Valerie (Elroy) Mattatall, his pride and joy, the four grandsons, Douglas (Melanie), Keith (Carol), Jeremy (Krista), Cory; six great-grandchildren, very special stepdaughter Karen, stepchildren, Ingrid, Angela, Jeffrey; brother, Carl (Shirley); sister, Helen Sangster. He was predeceased by his first wife Shirley (Gammon); stepmother Annie (McKim). Arrangements under the direction of Atlantic Funeral Home Dartmouth and Giffins Funeral Home Country Harbour. Funeral service was held on Wednesday in the church, Rev. David Wheeler officiating. Burial in the church cemetery. Donations in Keith's memory may be made to The New Harbour Cemetery Improvement Assoc., or to New Harbour United Baptist Church. Online condolences may be sent by visiting (Dartmouth Chapel).


MacHATTIE, Trevor George (44) It is with great sadness that the family of Trevor George MacHattie announce his passing in Bedford on Saturday, 6 October, 2018. A Celebration of Life was held Friday, October 12, at JA Snow Funeral Home, Halifax. Trevor is survived by his wife of 17 years, Nicole (Todd) MacHattie, his children Ewan (age 13), and Emma Louise (age 12), mother Sheila (Kennedy) MacDonald, brother Mark (Jade) and many well-loved nieces and nephews. Trevor was predeceased by his father George MacHattie. George passed on a great love of the outdoors to both of his sons. Trevor, his brother Mark and his mother Sheila spent countless wonderful hours at their family cottage in Copper Lake where George taught his sons to hunt, fish, and appreciate the wilderness. Trevor and Nicole met 24 years ago and soon moved from Nova Scotia to Alberta so Trevor could pursue his education. Marrying in 2001, they welcomed their son Ewan in 2004 and their daughter Emma Louise in 2006. In 2007 they moved back to Nova Scotia, settling in Bedford, and completing their family with the addition of their beloved dog Sammy in 2017. His children were his pride and joy. He loved to cheer for Ewan at soccer and hockey games and Emma Louise at volleyball. Trevor was an avid skier and you could find him most snowy winter days enjoying the slopes with Nicole and his children. A lover of fitness and nature, Trevor enjoyed spending time with his family and friends outside – swimming with his children at Crystal Crescent beach, running, paddle boarding, biking, camping, and passing on his love and knowledge of nature and geology to all. Widely regarded as an expert in his field, Trevor was passionate about geology and giving back to the province of Nova Scotia. He was an accomplished student with degrees from three separate institutions, graduating from St. Francis Xavier University with a Bachelor of Science, Honours in Geology in 2000, his Masters in Earth Science from Memorial University in 2002, and finishing his academic career with a PhD in Earth and Atmospheric Science at the University of Alberta in 2008. He started his dream job as a geologist for the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources in 2007 where he worked until his passing. Trevor’s family and friends will miss his kind heart, generosity and infectious smile—attributes that have all been passed on to his children. Donations may be made to the Canadian Mental Health Association or SPCA Nova Scotia.


SCOTT, Leslie “Les” Gilbert (80) of Guysborough died suddenly on Saturday, October 6, 2018, with his daughter and son-in-law by his side in St. Martha’s Regional Hospital, Antigonish. Born in Steep Creek, Guysborough Co., he was a son of the late John and Eva (Smith) Scott. Les is survived by his daughter Wilda and son-in-law Daryl of Guysborough and brother Carman (Carol), Ontario. He was predeceased by his wife Vivian (Williams); brothers, Chester, John, Sam; sisters, Eva, Blanche, Hattie, Betty and Helen. By request there was no visitation or funeral service. Memorial donations in memory of Les may be made to Guysborough Memorial Hospital, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, or a charity of your choice. Arrangements under the care of Dennis Haverstock Funeral Home, Guysborough. Words of comfort may be forwarded to the family at


WILLIAMS, (Cochrane) Gail Marie (77) of Dort’s Cove and Cole Harbour. It is with profound sadness we announce the peaceful passing of Gail on Thursday, October 4, 2018, at the QEII in Halifax, surrounded by her loved ones. She was born March 21, 1941, in Yarmouth to Rupert and Dorothy Cochrane (Muise). She was predeceased by both parents, husband Kenneth F. Williams, sister Pamela Cochrane and brother-in-law Ross McCulloch. Gail has remaining siblings Faye Hazel (Gerald) and Madonna (Heather) McCulloch. She is survived by her caring and loving companion Nathan Squires, son Troy Williams (Astrid and son Marcel) Antigonish and daughter Kelly Williams, Elmsdale. Gail will be greatly missed by her grandsons Tyler Williams and Riley Williams. Gail was a business school graduate, avid quilter, a board member for the Prince Henry Sinclair Society and proud supporter of the Guysborough Memorial Ladies Auxiliary. She was a faithful wife and partner to two wonderful men, a devoted mother, sister and grandmother with unwavering loyalty and kindness to her family and friends. Gail was beautiful in every way - inside and out. Her early years were devoted to raising her children and helping husband Kenneth run their construction business until his passing in 1997. The last 14 years she has spent “snowbirding” in Florida and travelling Europe with her partner of 16 years, Nathan Squires. She has collected many wonderful friends throughout her life who have provided her with much joy and to whom she provided joy to in return. She was a strong and fearless force of nature. A gathering was held on Thursday, Oct 11, at Cole Harbour Funeral Home. Donations made be made in her memory to the ALS Society of NS. Arrangements entrusted to Cole Harbour Funeral Home.