91, North East Margaree, passed away peacefully on April 11, 2012, in the Inverness Consolidated Hospital, with her husband of 69 years by her side.
Born at home on May 4, 1920, surrounded by the majestic mountains of the beautiful Big Interval, Inverness Co., Emma was the third daughter of the late Dan Willy and Jessie Murray.
Emma was actively involved in her community, including UCW and Seniors Citizens Club. She was well-known as a great cook and willingly shared her baked goodies, especially her caramel filling for homemade ice cream. Emma would never arrive for a visit empty handed. She enjoyed knitting, embroidery, painting, and quilting. Emma’s nieces and nephews were like her own children, with interest she followed them closely. The courage and unwavering dedication to her family and friends will be profoundly missed, but so lovingly remembered.
Emma is survived by her husband, Everett Hart and many nieces and nephews.
Emma was predeceased by sisters, Delina Munro, Austen MacDonald and Josie Ingraham; and foster brother, Jimmy Graham.
Visitation for the late Emma Florence Hart will be held today, April 14, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. in Wilson United Church Hall, Margaree Centre. Funeral service to celebrate the life of Emma Florence Hart will be held on Sunday, April 15 at 2:30 p.m. in Wilson United Church with Norma Mills, DLM officiating.
Family flowers only, donations in memory of Emma may be made to a charity of your choice.
Those close to Emma, we the family would like to express our gratitude to the nurses, doctors and staff of Inverness Consolidated Hospital for their dedicated care. As well as a special thank you to all the home care workers for their patience and understanding.
Funeral arrangements are under the care and direction of Pier Community Funeral Home.
To the family of Emma Hart, I had the priviledge of caring for Emma while she was in the hospital. Her kind and gracious nature touched all those who knew her. She will be dearly missed.
From: Susan Rollo
"A luminous light remains where a beautiful soul has passed." Rest in peace dear Emma. Sincere condolences Everett and also Emma’s nieces & nephews.
From: Judith Miller
Please know that caring thoughts and heartfelt sympathy are with you.
From: Greig and AnnMarie LeDrew
R.I.P. Aunt Emma love you.
From: Harriet Mitchell
Our deepest sympathy go out to you Everet and family
From: Nellie & Harold Seymour
Dear Everett,So many emotions raced thru my heart when I heard of Emma. You both were such good friends of Mom and Dad and an important part of our community.Emma will be missed!!Not only was she a beautiful baker,but was one of the best dressed women in Margaree!!Our condolences to you..Love Ardis and Gary (Watts)Urquhart,Rossland,B.C.
From: Ardis (Watts) &Gary Urquhart
The Maritime Conference United Church Women extend deepest sympathy on the loss of your loved one, Florence. May you always keep the memories of Florence in your heart and treasure them each day. May the love of God surround you to comfort, strengthen and give you courage to face the difficult days ahead. May you feel the love and caring of your U C W and know that they are there to give you support,strengthen and give you encouragement. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
In Christian Love, Reta Manuel, Corresponding Secretary