Myrna Lorraine (Graves) Pulsifer
It is with profound sadness and heavy hearts that the family announces the passing of a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, GNan, sister, aunt, cousin and friend; surrounded by loved ones on November 2nd 2022.
Born in Morden on February 22, 1938 to the late Clarence and Mae (McPhee) Graves she was the beloved wife of the late Carl (Dint) Pulsifer. She will be forever loved and cherished by her daughters Kimberly (Steven) Frederick, Chisholm Ontario, Angela Pulsifer, Wetaskiwin Alberta and son Todd (Shannon) Pulsifer, Stittsville, Ontario.
Myrna had a special bond with and love for her grand children Megan, Matthew, Jason (Adonna), Jessica (BettyAnn), James (Stephanie) Keegan (Liam) and her great grandchildren Savannah, Hailee, Tyler, Kaylie, Damien, Lincoln, Josie Myrna, and Callum.
Myrna is survived by brother Raymond (Kathy) sisters Elaine (late Robert), Eleanor (Frank) and many special nieces and nephews. Predeceased by brothers Eric and Garth.
Known for her welcoming home and her holiday decorations. Myrna put a roof over many heads, filled many bellies and always made sure everyone was looked after. She was the matriarch of the family and kept the bonds of family tight with many gatherings.
Myrna was a conscientious worker and took pride in her work at Acadia University, Hantsport High School, DeMont Dewar Law Office and retired as Executive Assistant to Sir Graham Day. Myrna had an impeccable work ethic that she passed on to her children and grandchildren.
Myrna was a member of the Untied Church in Morden, Hantsport and Aylesford. And a life member of the UCW. She was a proud member of the Rebecca Lodge where she held numerous positions including Noble Grand. Mom was also a member of the Red Hatters, Circle of Friends and The Garden Club. Morden held a special place in Myrna’s heart and she loved the monthly breakfast. Enjoyed a visit to the French Cross and a stay at the cottage.
“Nobody knows of the work it makes to keep the home together. Nobody knows of the steps it takes; nobody knows—but Mother.” -- Anonymous
The family would like to extend a special thank you to Doctors Keough & Elliott and the entire staff on med B at Valley Regional Hospital.
Cremation has taken place and there will be a Memorial Service at Avon United Church 17 Prince Street in Hantsport on Saturday November 5th 2022 at 2PM. Followed by a private family interment with a Reception to follow immediately at Avon United Church.
In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made in Myrna's honour to a charity of your choice.