Wendy Pearl Obituary, Death – At the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital on Monday, Wendy Pearl Harding-Stewart, who had been a resident of Devon, New Brunswick, passed away. Wendy Pearl Harding-Stewart had been a resident of Devon, New Brunswick. She was born in Fredericton, New Brunswick, on July 25, 1959, and her parents’ names were the late George Harding and Marjorie (Wallace) Harding. Her date of birth is listed as 7-25-1959. She was her parents’ only kid and the only child they ever had.
Wendy spent the majority of her 42-year career working in a variety of jobs at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital in a variety of departments. Her tenure there spanned the entirety of her professional life. She was a proud member of Toastmasters International in addition to being a member of the Riverside Toastmasters Club and the Rise and Shine Advanced Toastmasters Club. She was also a member of the Rise and Shine Advanced Toastmasters Club. She was elected to serve on the Board of Directors of Toastmasters International for a total of two years after holding a variety of different positions within the organization for a period of time totaling two years.
Those who are left behind to remember Wendy include her husband, Karl Stewart; stepson, Jordan (Danielle) Stewart; stepfather, Frank Stewart (Vera Irion); brothers, Richard (Frances) Harding and Gary (Heather) Harding; sister, Mary Lee Danahy; brothers in law, Steven (Gloria) Stewart, Peter (Gail) Stewart and John (Rachel) Stewart; chosen sister in law Margo Biggs; grandchildren, Deven and Alex Wendy Hard Jordan Stewart, Peter Stewart, Joe Grondin (DTMAS), Richard Peck (DTM, International President), Jim Kokocki (DTM, PIP), Carl Duivendorden (DTM, PDG), Shane Walsh (DTM, PDD), and Alan Idler have all volunteered to serve as honorary pallbearers. Alan Idler will also serve as a pallbearer, which is an additional responsibility (DTM). My most sincere gratitude goes out to the wonderful doctors and nurses that serve patients in the intensive care unit as well as the cardiac care unit here at the hospital.
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