Tuesday, September 21, 2004

Manitoba Newspaper

MALTBY, Suddenly in Saskatoon, Sask., on March 26, 1977, Howard James Maltby of No.983 Silverbirch Drive, Brandon, Manitoba. Mr. Maltby was born in Newcastle, New Brunswick on Dec 21, 1908. He recieved his education there, coming to the west as a young man to Saskatchewan to help with the harvest. Mr. Maltby returned to New Brunswick and trained as a baker, returning to Hamiota, Man., where he worked for a few years prior to coming to Bryce's Bakery in Brandon..

During this time he married the farmer Violet J. Shaw of Rossburn, Man., and owed several businesses in the area, later working in the sales field, retiring in Nov. of 1975. Surviving are: his loving wife and family: Violet; a daughter, Mrs. S. D. Borody (Joan), Saskatoon; a son, Barry of Edmonton; a granddaughter, Kim; and five grandsons; Brock, Scott, Lyle, Bradley and Todd. Seven sisters and two brothers also survive; Mr. M. Jagoe (Hazel), Mrs. M. Lawson (Jean) both of Hamilton, Ont.; Mrs. H. Holdgate (Betty), Mrs. A. Blanchard (Edith) both of Montreal; Mrs. C. Morrison (Marguerite), Burnt Church, N. B.;Mrs. D. Ramsay (Nan), Newcastle, N. B.; Mrs. E. DeWitt (Lily), Halifax;Morrison Maltby, Newcastle; and Harry Maltby of Wixom, Mich.

Mr. Maltby was predeceased by a sister Marion, a brother Fred and by an infant brother Beverly. Funeral service will be held at Bethel Temple on Wednesday March 30, 1977 at 3:30 p.m. Interment will be in Rosewood Memorial Gardens. Rev. M. Dynna will officate.

Submitter: Elizabeth A. Macaluso
e-mail Emaca42609@aol.com
Location: Grand Rapids, MI

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