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Norma Callaghan

1928-2020

Norma Callaghan

On Wednesday October 14th, 2020 Norma Callaghan (nee MacLeod) got her wings to walk among the Angel's at the age of 92 years old. Predeceased by her loving husband Elmer Callaghan. Born in Lorne Valley, April 15, 1928, daughter of the late Angus and Annie (MacInnis) MacLeod. Survived by her loving children, Annettee, Garth (Janice), and Wayne (Lynn); cherished grandchildren, Crystal, Joshua, Breahanna, Zechariah, Gabriel, Steven, Sharon, Brent, Wayne, Kim and great grandchildren. Predeceased by a son Brent, daughter Diane, grandson Sean, brothers Jack, Roy "Buddy" and sisters Glenda MacLeod and Anna Mullins.

Live stream Funeral Service to be held Tuesday, October 20, 2020, at 3:00 pm, in the Ferguson Logan Montague Funeral Home Chapel. Online colondences and donations would be appreciated to the Cat Action Team, as Norma always had a kindness for stray cats   https://cats-pei.ca/contact-us/


Norma’s kind heart and dauntlessness was something that many people admired that knew her. She spent many Friday nights at the Kaylee Hall in  Poole’s Corner listening to the music, and chatting with people she knew. The old-time music was always a favorite of Norma’s especially the fiddle. Once a fiddle was heard her toes wouldn’t stop moving to the beat. Norma even went to every Rollo Bay Fiddle Festival for 39 years, since they first began. Camping down there for the weekend and sitting out during the day listening. But it doesn’t stop there. Even with her love of music Norma was well known in the family as the seamstress whenever a grandchild got a tear in their pants Norma was always on it to fix it. And most of all she enjoyed it and loved tailoring clothes. Rug hooking was a special hobby of Norma’s and always had beautiful work come out of it. Knitting gloves and hats for all the children for the winter months was also another enjoyment Norma had. Norma always had time to be in her garden weeding and keeping it maintained for people passing by the house to see. Norma and her husband Elmer grew strawberries together for many years. One of specialties was baking especially cookies; she baked chocolate chip cookies for her grandchildren all the time up until she was 91. Norma always believed in doing word puzzles and made time to write in her diary once a day to always have memories to look back too. She also had a love for all animals especially cats and dogs, her favorite dog was Freddy which misses her very much.  In accordance to all this Norma was well loved by everyone who knew her, her warm face was calmness to anyone who saw her. She will be forever missed by everyone who knew her.



 
CAT Action Team Inc
PO Box 2193 Stn Central
Charlottetown
Prince Edward Island
C1A 8B9

Service Date
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Service Time
3:00 pm
Service Location
Ferguson Logan Montague Funeral Chapel (Live Stream Only)

Requested Charity
The Cat Action Team ( Onlie or Mail In)