Chester A. Stone Obituary, Monroe, NL, (1939 – 2024) What Happened? – Death Notice And Visitaion

Death: Chester Alexander Stone Obituary –Chester Stone passed away unexpectedly on March 17, 2024, at his home in Monroe. He was 84 years old. His family is devastated to deliver this news. His sister Melvina (Stone) McLing, his brother Roy Stone, and his parents Chesley and Gladys (Stanford) Stone all passed away before him. His wife of 48 years, Helen, and his son and best friend, Wayne, are left to mourn his passing. Chester leaves behind his saddened wife. His special cousin Suzanne Stanford (Eric Suley) of St. John’s, whom he thought of as another sister, as well as a large circle of nieces, nephews, and cousins from all over Newfoundland and Labrador and the United States, are also remaining to mourn his passing.

His sister Nita, who lives in Jackson, Tennessee, United States of America, and her family, as well as Marie, who lives in Chapel Arm, and her family, are also left to mourn. In addition to his family’s long and illustrious history of shipbuilding in Monroe, Chester had a profound affection for the community in which he was born and raised. During his 29 years of retirement, he was able to realize his dream of retiring there, in the “little place overlooking the sea” that he cherished so much. Chester spent his entire working life serving the public throughout the province, first with the Department of Social Services, then with the Department of Education, and by the end with the Department of Justice.

Taking great pleasure in the simple things in life, Chester would take pleasure in activities such as sailing across the waters of Smith Sound in his boat, completing a crossword puzzle, or reading his favorite books, which frequently contained information about Sir Winston Churchill or other historical topics. In addition, he had a profound affection and compassion for all kinds of animals, particularly his “little buddy” down the street, Caspurr the cat, who would come over every day. When he anticipated that Caspurr would be coming over for a visit, his face would light up with anticipation and happiness.

The cremation carried out in accordance with Chester’s desires has been completed, and there will be no memorial service held. There will be a memorial service held in his honor on April 21, 2024 at one o’clock in the afternoon at Mount Calvary Cemetery in Somersworth, New Hampshire. The family would appreciate it if anyone who wishes to make a donation would do so to your local animal shelter, such as the S.P.C.A. (even a gift of food for the animals would be appreciated), or the Children’s Wish Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador. After the funeral, there will be a celebration of life; the place will be determined later. We would like to make a modest request to each and every one of you all…Stoney would appreciate it if, in place of flowers, you offered him a steaming hot cup of coffee and helped someone who was in need.

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