Pauline Billard

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BILLARD, Pauline Rosena- 89, Sheet Harbour, formerly of Halifax, passed away Thursday, August 26, 2021 in Harbourview Lodge, Sheet Harbour .Born in Halifax July 16, 1932 she was a daughter of the late Raymond and Annie (Pennell) Bishop. Pauline was employed as a Dietary Aid and then later as a Ward Clerk at Camp Hill Hospital, where she loved working with the veterans. Pauline enjoyed bingo, knitting, scratch tickets and playing cards. She knit baby bonnets and finger puppets for the IWK Childrens Hospital. Pauline was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Survived by her children, Clyde (Debbie), Halifax, Kathy (Angus) Moser, Sheet Harbour, Larry (Wanda), Bridgewater, and John(Shelly), Halifax; grandchildren, Lori, Timmy, Christopher, Curtis, Tabitha, Krystal, Andrew and Alex; great grandchildren, Owen, Hunter, Haysten, Havana and Haisley. Predeceased by husband Clyde; brothers, Clifford, Foster; sisters, Ellen Canning, Evelyn Slack, Frances Morrison, Joan Logan and twin sister, Irene Heiser. A private family graveside service will be held in Camp Hill Cemetery at a later date. Special thanks to Dr.Don and our heartfelt appreciation to ALL the staff at Harbourview Lodge.
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