Rachel Alexandra McCarthy
Rachel is survived by her long time partner, Chad Dunbar, Antigonish; her mother, Joan McCarthy, Lunenburg; sisters, Victoria Watkins, Maine and Gay McCarthy, Dartmouth; her half brother, Jamie McCarthy, Whitehouse and half sister, Sarah McCarthy, Halifax; step-mother, Lorna McCarthy, Pinevale; parents-in-law, Millie and Paul Dunbar, Antigonish; brothers- in-law, Ryan and Josh Dunbar and her beloved nieces and nephews, Ainsley, Nathaniel, Jack, Amelia, Sophie and her many loving friends.
Predeceased by her father, John McCarthy and grandparents, Ainsley and Mary Fralick and Edmund and Louise McCarthy.
From the day Rachel was born she was a beautiful, intelligent, independent person. Rachel was an amazing entrepreneur. She made everything she touched beautiful while providing fashion tips along the way. She was carefree, fun, and lived everyday to the fullest inspiring all of us to try and do the same.
Forever in our hearts you will be greatly missed Rachie.
Rachel will be interred at Park Cemetery, Mahone Bay.
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