Milan John Stubbert 1925 – 1995

August 3, 2009

Milan John b Feb. 14 1925, d Jan. 28 1995
Buried: Gate of Heaven Cemetary, Mount Uniaac, N. S. Buried on sister Kathleen’s birthday Occupation: Chief Admitting Officer Mass General Hospital, Mass. U.S.A. Resided: Boston, U.S.A., Halifax, N. S.
Married: Patricia Driscoll d/o Noble and Muriel Driscoll Halifax, Nova Scotia
Patricia Driscoll Stubbert’s father, NOBLE DRISCOLL
Noble was a survivor of the Halifax explosion December 6, 1917.
His story of the events of that time are found in the book entitled:
“SURVIVORS, Children of the Halifax Explosion” by Janet F. Kitz
Published by Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
MILEN JOHN STUBBERT, the second born son of Mary Sarah Rankin Stubbert and John Duncan Stubbert held his family in great respect.
He carried himself with true professionalism and assurance, but none the less a true prankster at heart, he was always able to make me laugh.
John had a great love for animals especially his little baby doggies and kitty cats. Calling long distance, he directed me in assisting my little dog, Cuddles, in delivering her litter.
After retirement John often walk around his neighborhood feeding all the homeless animals. This soon came to an end, when one day, they were all were, waiting for him at his front door.
A very private person, John shared only his happy and funny moments with his family and friends. In his suffering he never complained.
His weary hours and days of pain, His troubled nights are past,
And in our aching hearts we know, He has found sweet rest at last,
Nothing can ever take away, The love our heart holds dear,
Warm memories linger every day, Remembrance keeps him near.
Author unknown
Always missed and remembered with love…R.I.P.


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