LINDA PATRICIA PARDY
It is with deep sadness that the family of the late LINDA PATRICIA PARDY (Hillier) announces her passing. Linda passed away at the Health Science Center in St. John’s on April 4th, 2020 at the age of 67.
Leaving to mourn with a lifetime of wonderful memories are her husband, Gordon Pardy of Grand Bank; daughter, Constance Oliver (Paul) of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia; step-daughter, Delores Russell (Jamie) of Clarenville; step-son, Tim Pardy of Marystown; beloved grand-daughter, Mia Oliver; step-grandsons, Kenyon Russell, Christopher, and TJ Pardy; loving sisters, Mary Myles (Bill) of Nova Scotia, Joanne Clarke (Brian) of Grand Bank; and Carolyn Stewart (Jim) of British Columbia; loving brothers, Wayne Hillier (Brenda) and Fred Hillier (Meta) of Nova Scotia; brothers-in-law, Eli Pardy (Gwen) and Kelt Pardy; sisters-in-law, Irene Piercey, Joan Miller, Frances Moulton (Jerry), and Georgie Loveless; plus a large number of family and friends.
Linda was predeceased by her parents, Mary and Donald Hillier of Grand Bank; her grandmother, Eliza Hillier; sisters, Sandra Hillier, Wendy Follett, and Sheila Butler of Grand Bank; brother, Donald (Reg) Hillier; nephew, Anthony Clarke; grandchildren, River and Rayne Oliver.
Linda was a loving wife, mother, sister, aunt, and grandmother. She was an avid baker and reader. Linda was a dedicated soldier of the Salvation Army Citadel in Grand Bank. She also leaves to mourn the many lives she touched throughout the years through her church families in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia and in Grand Bank. She reached out to people through hamper ministry, street ministry, meals to the homeless, food bank, and in recent years, community care ministries, home league and the church families as a whole. Linda loved God and loved people. Linda’s life was filled with joy, heartache, passion, and love. She was led by her passion to give and care for others. Linda gave herself completely with love and devotion. She will be extremely missed by all who were fortunate enough to have been in her presence and loved eternally by those she loved and those who held her dear. Linda’s entire family, including her extended church family mourn this loss greatly.
Many thanks and gratitude to Majors Arley and Darlene Masters of the Salvation Army Citadel in Grand Bank for their support, prayers, and assistance during such a difficult time.
Cremation to take place.
A service will be held at the Salvation Army Citadel in Grand Bank at a later date.
In Linda’s memory donations may be made to the family.
“Our Family Serving Your Family”