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Gerald "Gerry" Augustine Joseph Conohan
January 20, 1952 ~ October 30, 2023 (age 71) 71 Years Old
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Gerald Augustin Joseph Conohan age 71 of Kentville died at Evergreen Home for Special Care on Monday, October 30, 2023 from complications from Type II diabetes.
Gerry is survived by his first wife Donna Conohan of Aldershot; two sons Sean of Coldbrook and Zach of Gaspereau; granddaughters Gabby, Madi and Julia; two brothers Urban Bambrick of PEI and Pat Bambrick of PEI; an Aunt and Cousins in PEI and his second wife Linda Rafters Conohan of Falmouth. He was predeceased by his mother Isobel Bambrick; his grandparents James and Gertrude Conohan; and his uncle Norman Conohan.
Gerry was a talented singer and guitar player. He shared his music at the New Minas Baptist Church where he was a member for years. Gerry and Donna sang with Jack and Audrey Carter 12 years as “Free Spirit” in the late 80’s and early 90’s in churches around the Valley. He was also in the “Down East” Band with Paul Wood, Paul Brown, Tony Barkhouse and Ralph Hogan for 5 years.
Gerry worked for various truck companies over the years and also two bus companies. He did tours to Nashville and Dollywood, The Magdelyn Islands and many trips to Cape Breton to take kids to Camp Rankin.
There is no visitation or funeral by request. Cremation has taken place under the care of East Coast memorial and interment will take place in PEI at future date. Donations in Gerry’s memory can be made to Valley Regional Hospital and Evergreen Home for Special Care. Thank you to the Nurses and Doctors for taking care of Gerry through this time and helping him through this hard time.