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   COVEDUCK, Sarah Jane 

COVEDUCK: Sarah Jane (Regular) 

COVEYDUCK, Sarah Jane  Beloved wife of the late Joseph Coveduck, Tributes galore poured In for Mrs. Sarah Jane (Jennie) Coveduck long time City of Verdun resident and matriarch of the Coveduck Family and Clan who passed away at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on January 6th, 1981 in her ninety-first year. Mrs. Coveduck was the former Sarah Jane Regular, born in Harbour Grace, Newfoundland on June 13th, 1890 daughter of the late William Regular and Susannah Noel, and has been a resident of Verdun since 1910. She came to Montreal in 1905 following the death of her father and became quite active in Church work etc, and sang in the choir of St. Edward's Anglican Church under the rectorship of the late Canon Saunders.
She was a member of the Ladies Orange Benevolent Association for some 55 years of which she was an ardent member and tireless worker of Maple Leaf Lodge No. 71 of which she was a Past Worthy Mistress and of Queen Victoria Lodge No. 823, and a Preceptoress of the Crystal Chapter. No. 35 L.O.A. She was also an avid duckpin bowler for many years.
She was made an Honorary member of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of British America, Honorary member of the R.W. Grand Lodge of the Province of Quebec, an Honorary member of the Orange and Protestant Children's Home in Rosemere, Que., also an Honorary member of the Verdun Friendly Bowling League and the Lorne Bowling League, and loved and respected citizen and neighbour.
She waa predeceased by her late husband Joseph in 1964. She is survived by her five sons, William, lrwin Joseph (Joe), Clarence (Hank) and Earl. Daughters in law Annie, Violet Marion, Joan and the late Alice, Fourteen grandchlldren, eighteen great-grandchildren, one great great grandchild In California and many many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Services were held in the Chapel of the J.P. Wilson Funeral Home on Friday January 9th, 1981 at 1P.M. with the Rev. Brian Evans of St. Clements Angllcan Church officiating and interment was in 'Mount Royal Cemelery.

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