Fort Monckton Chapter # 11 was saddened by the loss of Sis. Phyllis MacGregor

Fort Monckton Chapter #11 mournd the passing of Sister Phyllis I. MacGregor who passed peacefully at the Moncton City Hospital on November 18 2015, at 99 years of age. Born in Northwood, England, Phyllis was a daughter of the late John and Agnes (Shergold) Mullett.
She was a 66 year member of the Order of the Eastern Star having been initiated to Harmony Chapter #29, Dorchester on June 23, 1949. She affiliated with Fort Monckton Chapter # 11 January 24, 2000. Fort Monckton Chapter presented Sister Phyllis with her 50 year pin December 2000 and her 60 year Pin and Certificate October 2011.
Phyllis was a member of the Sackville Seniors Club, the Dorchester Seniors Club as well as a former member of the I.O.D.E. She was a faithful attendant of the Midgic Baptist Church. She loved a good game of cards and going to Bingo and was always certain to have her hair done once a week. Phyllis was a loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother and great- great grandmother.
She will be sadly missed by one son, James (Neva) of Fredericton; two daughters Heather (George) Doane of Hammond Plains, NS and Donna (Percy) Rossignol of Miramichi; many grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren. Our deepest sympathy is extended to Sister Phyllis's family.
Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her husband Ian James MacGregor; a son Robert; two brothers Reginald and Cyril Mullett; son-in-law Carl Bowes, and a grandson Ronald MacGregor.
An Eastern Star Memorial Service was held November 21, 2015 at Jones Funeral Home in Sackville by Members of Fort Monckton Chapter #11. The Funeral Service was held at Jones Funeral Home, Sackville Nov. 22nd, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. with Pastor Hal Lowther officiating. Interment was at Dorchester Rural Cemetery.

"A beautiful memory dearer than gold
Of a Sister whose worth can never be told.
Happy and smiling, always content,
Loved and respected wherever she went.
To a beautiful life came a peaceful end,
She died as she lived, everyone's friend."