MARY PATRICIA GHANEY (NEE MULLINS)1950 – 2015
It is with great sorry that the family that the family of the late Mary Patricia Ghaney (nee Mullins) announce her passing on Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at the age of 65. Leaving behind with fond and loving memories are her loving husband Ken; her pride and joys-daughter SheriLynn and son Kenny; her 2 furry friends Milo (her constant companion) and Kaleigh; her sisters-Judy (Brian), Karen (Paul), Kathy (Allan), Lisa (Paul); her brothers-Ron (Mary), Barry (Roxanne); nieces-Laura, Nadine, Natasha, Jessica; nephews-Keith S., Keith M., Shaun, Allan; great nephews-Deegan, Braydon, Jake, Oakley, Locklan; great nieces-Olivia, Maddie, Kate and Teegan. Mary was predeceased by her special brother-in-law Pat (Newf) Ghaney, her parents Ron & Susan Mullins, in-laws William & Mary Ghaney and her nephew Paul Michael Stokes. Visitation will take place on Friday, July 24th from 7-9 p.m. at Central Funeral Homes in Springdale. A celebration of her life will take place on Saturday, July 25 at 2:00 p.m. from St. Luke’s Anglican Church in Springdale. Burial will take place at a later date. Donations in her memory may be made to Central Paws-a charity close to her heart. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Ken Goodyear and Marilyn Stuckless of Central Funeral Homes. For condolences on line and to listen to the funeral service please visit http://www.centralfuneralhomes.ca
Donation In Memory of Mary were made by:
Staff of Coleman’s, Buchan’s
Don and Emma O’Rourke of Springdale
Vanessa and Mitchell Gilliland of Calgary, Alberta
Paul and Jean Kelly of Wabush
Rita and Faron Clarke of Springdale
Please open up your heart and home to help. We desperately need foster homes for cats and kittens who have been abandoned. AND WE NEED DONATIONS to help with spay and neuters. We always have a long wait list and it’s so sad when we are finally able to fix a cat in need only to book and spay and then a couple of days before manage to have someone get the cat inside and she has kittens …
IF YOU ARE IN CENTRAL NEWFOUNDLAND … We need your help. If you can foster, please email us for a application at email@example.com
If you can donate, PLEASE either etransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org (email us your password for the transfer and mailing address). You can drop a donation off directly to the Exploits Valley Animal Hospital, they will put it on our account and take your name and address. OR MAIL IT DIRECTLY TO Central Paws, PO Box 294, Grand Falls Windsor, NL. A2A 2J7
Help cats and kittens like Sassy and Quinton who were 2 lucky ones.
Sweet little Ky was rescued by one of our foster care providers. He needed vet care and to be neutered. He was around 6 years old then.
Ky went to live with a Brian. Ky became Brian’s faithful companion and was loved and will be missed and remembered forever. I’m sure Ky is curled up in heaven comforting someone who may have gone before their beloved pet.
Special thanks to Brian for donating In Memory and for especially opening up his home and heart to another senior dog, Kobe.
A kind and thoughtful donations was made In Memory of Brian McKinley Brown of New Harbour, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland by Ms. Kimberly Ann Brown and her parents, George and Bertie Brown.
Mr. Brown passed away suddenly at the age of 79 on October 13, 2011.
According to Ms. Brown, Mr. Brown loved and respected animals and over the years helped many.
This donation goes directly to helping animals through our spay/neuter program.
Last winter we received reports of a injured cat roaming between Riverview Motors, Carmelite Road and Lincoln Road area (by the Curling Club) in Grand Falls-Windsor. We had volunteers set out food at various locations and sent out pleas for everyone to keep a eye out for him so we could trap him and get him checked out. THANKFULLY he turned up at one of our volunteer’s. We borrowed a trap from the Town of Grand Falls-Windsor and our volunteer started monitoring the trap. We had to make sure we had him so we could book a appointment, we had already given the clinic a heads up that we were working on this cat. THANKFULLY our volunteer caught him. Now he had to get isolated so we could make our appointment. We arrived with a dog crate and set up her shed for recovery, as he also needed 10 days to recover and then if we had to he would be released and monitored … if he was able to be saved. We didn’t know what condtion he was in.
Thankfully the weather was cooperating and it wasn’t too cold outside. He was checked out by Dr. Pike at the Exploits Valley Animal Hospital. It was discovered he wasn’t injured as we had suspected, he was so badly matted that his fur had torn off. He was combed out, cleaned up, tested, dewormed, treated for ear mites and flea prevention and given rabies and general vaccine and neutered. He recovered in the shed. Sadly once he finally was well enough he wanted OUT … Bo is being monitored and fed. We are currently working on his winterized shelter and feeding station and have almost all the supplies for that.
Donations are being accepted to help with BO. For his maintenance, we help when we can with food (good quality food) and we need a few more items for his shelter and we hope to retrap him in the spring for boosters and a check up.
A handsome young tom cat started showing up at one of our member’s home back in September. Helen, who has rescued many animals over the years, spent time getting to know this young kitten, feeding it and gaining his trust as he was pretty timid. Shortly after Christmas she finally managed to nab him and got him inside. We booked his appointment for feline leukemia test and had him neutered and he is recovering nicely.
We recently visited with Helen and Spin. Spin turned out to be a wondering cat, very affectionate. It took a lot of love and patience. Only goes to prove that feral cats can be tamed.
PHOTOS TO FOLLOW ………….
Special thanks to the people who work with Trevor Kelly who donated in memory of his father, Tom, who recently passed away. He will be missed by his family and his special companion Jada.