Obituary of Frances Storr
STORR FRANCES - In Bayside, NB, on Oct 10, 2020 with her daughter by her side; Frances Thelma Storr born in St Stephen, NB, she is the daughter of the late Thomas Edgar & Lucy Almeda “Joyce “ (Libby) Storr.
Frances was a longtime resident of Bayside. She helped raise many of her nieces and nephews through the years and then some of the next generation. She was always there to lend a helping hand when she could and many had seen her as a Mother figure.
Frances is survived by her daughter Brenda Lee Dempsey ( Steven) of St Stephen, NB, granddaughters; Melissa rose Parks, Alice Nicole Clark (Brent) and Sarah Lee Dempsey (Fiance, Matt Libby), great grandchildren Christian Parks, Ashely Parks, Michael Parks, Laura Parks, Liz Parks,, Lydia Clark, Kaelyn Clark, Malia Clark, Rylan Libby and Kaelie Libby. She is also survived by 2 sisters, Ruth McVicar (Vance) of St George NB and Marjorie Guptill of Fredericton.
Frances was predeceased by 4 Sisters; Bessie Leaman, Mary Reid, Barbara Denley, Rose Storr Cleghorn Stevens, 3 Brothers Jackie Storr, Stephen Storr, and Willard Storr.
By Frances ‘ request there will be no visitation. A private family graveside service will be held Thursday 3pm at the St. Andrews Rural Cemetery where she will be laid to rest beside her brother Willard. Rev. Brent Clark of the United Baptist Church in Minto will be giving a brief message.
Due to the ongoing, changing circumstances as presented by the pandemic situation within our province, and under the advice of the Dept. of Public Health, individuals travelling from zones 5 (Moncton & surrounding area) and zone 1 (Campbellton region) will not be permitted to attend. It is strictly in the efforts intended at this time, of protecting all residents of our province. For others attending from other zones, masks will be mandatory. Mandatory prescreening questions and contact information for tracing purposes only will be completed at the cemetery gate.
As always if you are feeling vulnerable or unwell you are encouraged not to attend. Physical distancing measures will be implemented and monitored. Thank you for your understanding.
In lieu of flowers donations would be greatly appreciated by the family to Charotte County Cancer Society who was always there for her from the beginning.
Online condolences to the family or donations can be made at www.humphreysfh.com
Arrangements have been entrusted to the care and direction of Humphrey’s Funeral Home, 20 Marks Street St. Stephen, NB E3L 2B2(506-466-3110)
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