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Janet Mitchell posted a condolence
Friday, February 9, 2018I want to express how sorry Iam for the familys loss. There are some very comforting words found in Gods Word, the Bible, at Acts the 17th. chapter, verses 24 & 25 where God is called "the source of life"......the One who gave life to all living creatures is certainly capable of restoring life to our loved ones who have died. Another comforting scripture is found in the Bible book of Job, the 14th. chapter, verses 14 & 15. It speaks about how God longs to bring back those who are in His memory & see them live on earth again. I hope this brings the family comfort. My sincere condolence to you & yours. Janet https://www.jw.org/finder?docid=1011214&item=pub-imv_4_ VIDEO&locale
Byron Bona posted a condolence
Saturday, February 3, 2018Perry Abriel said it well. A fine tribute to a gentle gentleman. Earle was always friendly. I also went to St Catherines School and as the number of students increased dramatically in the early 60s, many of the older students used the field adjacent to Earle's home and the Army Barracks as a playground. Earle would throw a ball high up into the air and track it down to catch it dramatically with the kids in awe. A great arm and a good ball player. Only one thing I can add to Perry's words: Earle played the spoons accompanying the juke box music at the Fireman's Club on Agricola in the early 70s. Never ran into him after that, but would occasionally see him around the neighbourhood before I moved away. Peace be with you Earle.
Perry Abriel posted a condolence
Friday, January 12, 2018Rest In Peace Earle. Earle was always a happy person and always had a smile on his face. Never bitter, never angry and always friendly. I grew up on Micmac Street and walked past Earle's house on Chester Ave many times on my way to Saint Catherines School. He could hit a baseball further than Mickey Mantle and played ball with us often. He could run and catch fly balls in the outfield also. He could run like a deer. He enjoyed skating at the Halifax Forum and would often put on a little show when the rink rats were cleaning the ice half way through. I can still see him jumping over piles of snow that the pushers left on the ice. Often he would go sailing over them and end up crashing to the ice in dramatic fashion. This would probably be in the late 1950's or early 1960's. We all feel that fine people like Earle are going to live forever but unfortunately all good things and people pass on. I am glad I knew Earle and will always remember him. I would meet him once in a while over the years in the city and although he didn't know my name he always remembered that we came from the same neighborhood. Earle was a true champion of the City of Halifax. A fine citizen and he will be missed but never forgotten. Perry Abriel, Lower Sackville
David MacKenzie posted a condolence
Friday, January 12, 2018Rest in peace Earle...you were a great friend growing up on Chester Ave. Condolences to your family.
Anne (Aucoin) Boudreau posted a condolence
Friday, January 12, 2018Earle could skate! I knew him from skating sessions at the Forum on Sunday nights way back when. I loved to skate with him. He would glide up beside you, barely take your arm, and he would lead you in and out amongst the crowd, always in time with the music. I saw him a few times in later years, at the Ardmore, at Sobeys on Windsor St. I would always speak to him about the old days and his face would always light up. Rest in peace Earle, hope you can skate up there in the heavens.
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Friday, January 12, 2018
Doug Donovan posted a condolence
Friday, January 12, 2018I grew up on Edgewood Ave and knew Earl during my growing up years. We use to play baseball, on the ball field close to Earl's family. Now there is condo in the place. I move to California thirty one years ago. When I visited my brothers, we would go to the Ardmore Grill for fish cakes. I know Earl use to work there for years. I would also bumped into him at the Halifax Shopping Center. When ever I met Earl, we used to talk about changes in the neighbor. My condolence to his family and may he rest in peace.
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