Marjorie Anne MacBeath
Born into a close-knit family of eight children, Marjorie Anne MacBeath is survived by sister, Kay Crawford (late Harold), and sisters-in-law, Betty and Beth MacBeath. Anne was predeceased by her parents, Donald Alexander MacBeath and Nellie Blanche Edgett, as well as her siblings: Ronald MacBeath (Peg), Nedra Atkinson (Bud), Flora Reid (Cecil), Betty Brook (Ken), Sandy MacBeath and Ian MacBeath.
A beloved aunt who nurtured, educated and showed infinite love for her nieces, nephews and all of their offspring, Aunt Anne delighted in her family and they cherished every moment with her. She will be deeply missed.
Her compassion and empathy for all people and especially her love of children, was clearly evident in her choice of profession. After graduating from Moncton High School, Anne trained at The Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal and subsequently worked at the Toronto Sick Children’s Hospital. In the days when air travel was an exciting new career, Anne joined Trans Canada Airlines, at the time when stewardesses were required to be RNs. She continued to be employed by Air Canada for over 38 years, travelling the world and receiving hundreds of letters of commendation from passengers regarding her gracious, highly attentive and exceptional service. She also received many awards from Air Canada administration and her fellow employees in recognition of her leadership, dedication and caring personality.
At the family’s request, there will be no visitation or funeral service. A family interment will be held at a later date. Funeral arrangements are under the professional care of Fergusons Funeral Home, 1657 Mountain Road, (858-1995) Moncton.
Aunt Anne has always been a great supporter of charitable causes and in her later years many benefitted from her charitable foundation. In memory of Aunt Anne, donations may be made to the Friends of the Moncton Hospital or a charity of your choice. However, the best way to honour Aunt Anne is to be kind to one another as the greatest lesson that she has passed on to her family is the importance of compassion and empathy for all. Online condolences for the family can be shared at