Funeral service for the late Kenneth Morrow Brymer, 74, Manchester, Guysborough County, was held August 21 in Boylston United Church with Reverend Donna Lovelace officiating. Burial was in Boylston United Church Cemetery.
Mr. Brymer died August 16, 2019, at home.
Readers at the funeral service were Shauna Brymer and Kara MacDonald. Music was provided by Lisa Morrow-DeCoste, with solo by Dawn Miller. Words of Remembrance were provided by Ed MacDonald.
Pallbearers were Michael Miller, Scott Miller, Bruce MacDonald, Brian MacDonald, Kevin Chisholm and Paul Chisholm.
Born August 13, 1945, in Guysborough, he was the son of the late Alexander Brymer and Hazel (Morrow) (Brymer) Hayden and stepson of John Hayden. He held various positions throughout his career, being employed with the Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, Syncrude Canada, East Guysborough Forestry Association and Ocean Nutrition. He was a Christmas tree grower and took great pride in his Christmas trees and the compliments from those who received them. He enjoyed gardening, hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, watching the Detroit Red Wings and spending time with his friends, especially at the camp. He will be remembered for his storytelling, quick wit and occasional prank.
He is survived by his wife, Frances (MacDonald); son, Blair (Lorraine), Manchester; daughter, Shauna (Fabian Doiron), Boylston; seven grandchildren, Dylan, Breanne, Colin, Trent, Avery, Kendall, Carrie; six sisters, Elsie (Harold) Miller, Ottawa, Ontario; Barbara Kelly, Toronto, Ont.; Evelyn Brouillette, Trenton, Ont.; Janet (Bud) Theriault, Gibsons, British Columbia; Beverly (Cyril) Power, Port Hawkesbury; Laurel (Larry) Purcell, Cole Harbour; the MacDonald family; numerous nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by daughter, Jill; brother, Charles; sister, Ina Pyle; four brothers-in-law, Robert Brouillette, Gordon Pyle, Donald MacDonald, Howard Etheridge; two sisters-in-law, Shirley Etheridge, Ruth Brymer; nephew, Kevin Brouillette.
Memorial donations may be made to Boylston United Church Cemetery Fund or Chedabucto Curling Club.
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