Morash, Carmen Ross “The Bull” - 73 of White’s Lake
It is with deep sorrow and incredible sadness that we announce that “Bull” gained his Wings on Tuesday, October 5, 2021, with his adoring wife Janet and his loving family by his side.
Besides his wife Janet of 46 years, Carmen is survived by their baby girl Kathryn, son-in-law, Jason Smith, Grandchildren, Poppy’s Girl - Victoria Smith (Taylor Sellick), Poppy’s Buddy - Tyler Slaunwhite, Sky Smith and Keigan Waite and his Great-Children who were and always will be the love of his life, Princess Adrianna and his little Prince Landon, all of PEI, and his chosen Son, Derek MacDonald, Whites Lake. He is also survived by his loving and adoring Niece, Sissy, Nephew Michael Sr., great-nephew Mikey and one of his girlies, Makayla of West Dover. As well as his best-bud Rusty (Gordon) and Nancy Ryan of White’s Lake who were there through thick and thin. And we would be amiss if we did not mention all his baby girlies.
Also survived by his siblings, Kenneth (Doris), Clayton, Billy (Cheryl), Danny (Tammy), Harold (Frances), David (Susan), Frieda (Lawrence) of West Dover, Gertrude, Spryfield, Yvonne, Halifax, Doreen, Hammond’s Plains, Paul (Tina), White’s Lake and Darren, BC.
Predeceased by and awaiting his arrival with open arms, Mother and Father, Gordon and Myrtle, Maternal and Paternal grandparents and brother’s Walter, Jack and Raymond.
With Carmen’s zest and love of the outdoors he chose fishing and construction as his lifetime careers. He began his career of fishing at a youthful age of seventeen on the draggers and trawlers in Halifax, Lunenburg, and Newfoundland. He after returning home, tried his hand at construction and as a ground’s keeper at Dalhousie University. However, the ocean always called him back. With this, for many years he and his brother Kenny fished together on the Stephanie Dawn until Carmen had an opportunity to try his hand at a different type of fishery (bowl trapping) with Michael and Danny.
Later in life, Carmen who could not sit still and was not fully ready for retirement, decided to go back to construction with his lifetime friend, Real Rossignol.
Carmen could not wait to get back to his second home on PEI with his loving and adoring family. He would have the vehicle packed and just chomping at the bit for Janet to get home from work. He could be seen out-and-about enjoying life to the fullest. He enjoyed his adventures and favorite spots at North Cape, West Point, Harmony Beach, Higgins Wharf, and just plain spending time with the family swimming, boating and whatever adventures Kathy and Jason had planned for him.
When not on PEI, he could not wait for the weekend to come, knowing he would be spending time on Mike and Sissy’s Boat with the Gang. He loved his time spent at the Farm, Rogue’s Roost, steaming past Peggy’s Cove to see all the people on the rocks and just being with all his friends and loved ones. Carmen could always be heard saying – Lets getter done, we are burning daylight!
Anyone who knew Carmen could instantly see he had a zest for life and a smile that lit up the world.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to EHS, the QEII Emergency Staff, and especially the 9th Floor Geriatric Unit Nurses, Dr. Myah and Counsellor Haley who during his last days showed such great care and compassion to Carmen as well as his family.
Remains have been entrusted to East Coast Memorial for cremation. The family would like to extend a special thank you to Andrew George, Funeral Director, who has shown the utmost respect and compassion during this most difficult time. https://www.eastcoastmemorial.ca.
Upon Carmen’s request there will be no service. A family and friends celebration will take place at a later date.
Goodbyes are not forever. Goodbyes are not the end. They simply mean I will miss you until we meet again. - Author Unknown
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