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(Oct. 3, 2002, Gazette)

Christine Goodland
Christine Goodland, a staff member with the QE II Library, having lived with cancer for 10 years, passed away on Monday, Sept. 23, 2002, at the Palliative Care Unit, Leonard A. Miller Centre, in the presence of her family, in whom she leaves her love and spirit. Leaving to mourn her devoted husband Noel; sons: Philip and Kenneth; step-daughter Medina (Ken Carter); grandchildren: Karen, Anna, Sophie, Harry and Emma Christine; mother, Louisa Pearce; three sisters: Heather (Ted Dove), Pamela (Kevin Coady) and Karen; one brother Bernard; brother-in-law Mike Walsh; nieces, nephews, family and friends. Flowers gratefully accepted or donations may be made to the School Lunch Program or the Iris Kirby House.

Dr. Craig N. R. Loveys
Dr. Craig Loveys died Sept. 12, 2002, at age 78, at the Dr. Hugh Thomey Veterans’ Pavilion in Botwood. A former associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology in the Faculty of Medicine, Dr. Loveys was a member of the Newfoundland Medical Association, the Canadian Medical Association and the Grand Falls-Windsor Rotary Club. He retired in 1987 from private medical practice and from the Central Newfoundland Regional Health Center where he was physician in charge of the obstetrical ward. Predeceased by his father James Newton Loveys, his mother Florence Watson Loveys and his younger brother Owen Loveys. Left with fond and loving memories are wife Mabel; son Noel of Campbellton, NL, and daughter Valerie of Langley, British Columbia. Also leaving to mourn are sisters: Pearl Phinney (Harry), Eleanor Chafe (Hap), Ruby Fry (Frank), Audrey Sharron (Reg); brothers: Guy (June) Loveys, Lloyd (Madeline); sisters-in-law: Barbara Loveys (Owen, deceased); Sybil Noel (Jack, deceased), Corbin (Ella) Noel, Nathaniel (Olga, deceased) Noel, Alec (Geraldine) Noel and June Noel Rabin; along with other relatives and friends.

Herbert Lench Pottle
Herbert Lench Pottle, educator, politician, theologian, author and former member of the Board of Governors of Memorial University College, passed away Sept. 21 in Ottawa. He was 95. Dr. Pottle was a commissioner with the Commission of Government and served as minister of Public Welfare in the first provincial government. He resigned from the Smallwood cabinet in 1955. He also served as a Regent with Mount Allison University. He was an Honorary Life Member of the UN Association of Canada, served on the staff of the Department of Psychology at the University of Toronto, and is listed in the Who's Who of Canada.