1944 – 2020
Scoudouc, Ned Murray, 76, of Scoudouc Road, New Brunswick, passed away at home with his family on Sunday, November 8, 2020.
He was the son of the late Donald and Evelyn (Hodgson) Murray.
He will be dearly missed by his wife of 54 years, Sharon (McEwen); children, Christa (Kenny) of Moncton, Cari (Luke) of Scoudouc Road, Chad (Jennifer) of Moncton, Chelsea (Matthew) of Halifax; foster-son Emile (Diane) Noel of Scoudouc Road, and Emile’s sons, Travis and Troy (Nikki).
He will also be mourned by his grandchildren, Sofia, Fynn, Emma, Leah, and Ewan; his brother Bill Murray (Barbara) of Scoudouc Road and sister Margaret Dryden (Les) of Moncton; in-laws, Sylvia and Harold Keith of St.Thomas and Sheila and Gary Steeves of Calgary, as well as many nieces and nephews and extended family members.
Ned was born in Moncton on March 7, 1944. As a teenager he worked at Joe’s Ponies on Scoudouc Road, and for 19 years following owned and operated Brookdale Stables, forming many lifelong friendships. In 1978, Ned and Sharon founded Dawnshay Dairy Farm, which they ran for 24 years. Ned was passionate about farming, horses, and the beautiful, simple things in life, including sleigh rides in the winter, plowing the fields in fall, long horseback rides in any season, and the sweet smell of fresh-cut hay. He was one of the lucky people who loved his work, and he loved sharing that life with family and friends. Ned also enjoyed visits and sharing memories with his friends and family, who meant so much to him.
A special thank you to Extramural Shediac, and especially to Marten Turmel and Dr. Marcel Mallet.
Due to the current pandemic guidelines, everyone attending the funeral service will be mandated to wear a mask and follow social distancing.
No visitation prior to funeral, a Celebration of Ned’s Life will be held from St. Martin’s-in-the-Woods Anglican Church, Shediac Cape on Friday, November 20th, 2020 at 2 pm, with a maximum of 25 people.
The service will be streamed and can be viewed live on the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/PassageFH/ for all others to participate from home.
Burial will follow at St. Martin’s-in-the-Woods Anglican Church Cemetery.
Donation can be made to the Hospice of Greater Moncton.
The family invites you to sign an online book of condolences at: www.funerairepassagefuneral.ca.
Arrangements under the professional care of
Passage Funeral Co-operative and Cremation Centre
3754, Route 134, Shediac Bridge,