Rev. Austin Jagoe of Blackville, handed away peacefully at house on Tuesday, December 27, 2022, after a brave battle with most cancers, together with his loving spouse Edie by his facet.
Austin was adopted at a younger age by the late Ivan and Katie Jagoe and raised in Clifton.
Apart from his spouse, he’s survived by his 4 kids: Mark (Jeanine) Jagoe, Judith Jagoe, Patty (Doug) Jagoe and Leegay Jagoe, all of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and, two step-children: Jordan Coughlan of Fredericton and Kennedy Coughlan of Blackville. It was an incredible blessing that every one of his kids from Saskatchewan have been capable of go to him not too long ago.
Austin had 5 grandchildren, Trey, Lise, Keenan, Donald and Mia and three great-granddaughters, Emily, Natalie and Willa and plenty of cousins, nieces and nephews.
He’s additionally survived and might be very a lot missed by his sister Jill (Pat) McLauglin of Bathurst.
A particular thanks to everybody who gave him such nice care, particularly the numerous extramural nurses who cared for him at house and the Medical doctors and employees of the Oncology departments in Moncton and Miramichi.
Austin spent an extended profession as a Minister with the United Church of Canada. He obtained his diploma in Theology from Mount Allison College after which moved to Saskatchewan the place he served United Church congregations within the communities of Loon Lake, Macklin, Tompkins, Liberty, Craik, Outlook, Saskatoon and Naicam. He then served the United Church congregation of New Richmond, Quebec earlier than transferring to Prince Edward Island, serving congregations in Hunter River and Cornwall.
Following his retirement, he labored with United Church congregations within the New Brunswick communities of Nash Creek, New Mills, Dalhousie, Tetegouche and Bathurst. He additionally served as interim minister for the Blackville Pastoral Cost.
Austin was very a lot concerned in the entire communities he lived in, particularly being concerned in minor hockey as a participant in his youthful days and later as coach and he touched everybody together with his management, compassion and friendship.
There might be no visitation. A funeral service will happen at First United Church in Bathurst at a date and time to be decided.
Donations may be made in his title to the Oncology division on the Miramichi Hospital.
Preparations are within the care of Elhatton’s Funeral House, Bathurst, (www.elhatton.com).
We provide our deepest sympathies to the household and buddies of Rev Austin Jagoe 1938- and hope that their reminiscence could also be a supply of consolation throughout this tough time. Your ideas and sort phrases are vastly appreciated.
Dying discover for the city of: Bathurst, Province: Nouveau-Brunswick
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