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Florence Marie Lohnes


Florence Marie Lohnes
Florence Marie Lohnes - 86, of Martins River, passed away January 26, 2021 in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater.

Born in Mahone Bay, she was a daughter of the late Milton and Ruth (Whynaught) Joudrey.

She is survived by her companion, Willard Keddy, Martins River; son, Richard Lohnes, Edmonton; daughters, Nancy Dixon, Mahone Bay; Mary Feener, Mahone Bay and Carrol Dorey, Halifax; three grandsons, Steven Lohnes, Edmonton; Chris Dixon, Mahone Bay and Cody Feener, Middle Lahave; sisters, Betty Tanner, Clearland and Judy Joudrey, Halifax.

She was predeceased by her sisters, Daisy Dufour, Joan Watson, Hilda Lohnes, Jackie Ryans and Blossom McGuigan; infant brothers, Carrol and Albert.

Memorial donations may be made to Diabetes Canada.

No visitation. Graveside service to be held at a later date in Park Cemetery, Mahone Bay.

Arrangements entrusted to the care of Mahone Funeral Home, P.O. Box 200, 32 Parish St., Mahone Bay, NS B0J 2E0 (Tel: 902-624-8241). Online condolences may be sent to the family by visiting:

Please be advised, the office of Mahone Funeral Home is not able to receive memorial donation funds at this time due to COVID-19. Please inform the Family of your memorial contribution through our website. Your memorial donation payment may then be sent directly to a requested charity or charity of your choice.

Diabetes Canada - NS Regional Office
137 Chain Lake Drive, Suite 101
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3S 1B3
Phone: 902-453-4232

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