Obituary: MYRA, Arthur Frederick (NS)
Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia

MYRA, Arthur Frederick - 83, died December 13, 1997, in Haliburton Place, Hants Community Hospital, Windsor. Born in Tufts Cove, Dartmouth, he was a son of the late Frederick and Mary (Gay) Myra. He was a veteran of the Second World War, having served overseas with the West Nova Scotia Regiment. He was a well-known Halifax businessman and during his lifetime operated several restaurants and canteen concessions throughout the Metro area. Surviving are daughters, Dorothy (Mrs. Robie Davison), Patsy (Mrs. Bill Clothier), New Minas; Connie (Mrs. David Keefe), Bedford; nine grandchildren; brother, Bill, Hubbards; his former wife; four daughters; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today, funeral 11 a.m. Tuesday, both in Atlantic Funeral Home and chapel, 6552 Bayers Rd., Halifax, Rev. John Scott officiating. Burial in Fort Massey Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Haliburton Place, Hants Community Hospital, Windsor.
Monday, December 15, 1997

MYRA, Arthur Frederick - 83, died December 13, 1997, in Haliburton Place, Hants Community Hospital, Windsor. Born in Tufts Cove, Dartmouth, he was a son of the late Frederick and Mary (Gay) Myra. He was a veteran of the Second World War, having served overseas with the West Nova Scotia Regiment. He was a well-known Halifax businessman and during his lifetime operated several restaurants and canteen concessions throughout the Metro area. Surviving are daughters, Dorothy (Mrs. Robie Davison), Patsy (Mrs. Bill Clothier), New Minas; Connie (Mrs. David Keefe), Bedford; nine grandchildren; brother, Bill, Hubbards; his former wife; four daughters; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Evelyn Slaunwhite; brother, Gordon. Funeral was held 11 a.m. December 16 in Atlantic Funeral Home chapel, Halifax, Rev. John Scott officiated. Burial in Fort Massey Cemetery. Donations to Haliburton Place, Hants Community Hospital, Windsor.
Tuesday, February 3, 1998



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