Edwin Drover

April 13, 1946 to March 16, 2017


Edwin M. Drover passed peacefully away at home in the presence of his loving family on March 16, 2017.  Left with a lifetime of beautiful, happy memories are his loving and devoted wife of 46 years Regina, as well as his proud sons Shannon (Vicki), Jonathan (Alison) and daughter Meghan, grandchildren Jack, Harry, Maria and Eleanor whom Poppy adored beyond expression.  Edwin grew up in Upper Island Cove and came from a large family.  He is predeceased by his parents Priscilla (Reid) and Thomas Drover, sister Irene Sheppard, brother-in-law Eric Giles, parents-in-law Gertrude (O’Brien) and Patrick Morrissey, brothers-in-law Craig Morrissey, Felix Morrissey and sister-in-law Elizabeth Morrissey (Rotchford).  Edwin leaves his brothers and sisters, Albert (Marie), Linda Giles, Aidan (Ann), Joan Lane (John), Aubrey (Beverley), Mary French (Neil), Mildred Guzzwell (Derrick), Brenda Drover, and brother-in-law Jack Sheppard. He also leaves his brothers and sisters-in-law Agnes Murphy (Ron Byrne), Richard (Joanne), Kathleen Coombs (John), Annette Bennett (Joe), Margaret Comerford (Rick) and Tim, a large circle of nieces, nephews of whom he was a proud uncle, his cousins in the Drover and Reid families, neighbours Dr. William and Mrs. Sheila Gushue, Carolyn Bradbury and Gerald White, Dr. Michael and Mrs. Alice Furlong and Middle Gull Pond neighbours Maude and Bert Roberts, as well as countless friends and his work colleagues at Freedom 55 in St. John’s and London, Ontario, staff of The Wilds and the Canada Newfoundland Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board.  Edwin started his career in financial services in 1968 and made many significant contributions to the profession during his 49 year career. He was also an active entrepreneur in the province with interests in real estate, small business as well as recreational and tourism development.  During his lifetime, Edwin was a member of many worthwhile organizations of national and provincial scope including the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, National Capital Commission, Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, Health Care Foundation,Newfoundland Power and Evergreen Environmental Board of Directors. He was a Commander with the Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem. For over 39 years, he was a committed and dedicated Rotarian with the Rotary Club of St. John’s North West and was very proud of the initiatives he started through his work there, in particular Rotary Manor, Rotary Music Fest and Food for the Needy.  Edwin loved his province and was a long serving member of the PC Party of Newfoundland and Labrador.


Cremation has taken place. Visitation will be held at Carnell’s Funeral Home on Freshwater Road on Saturday, March 18 from 6 – 9pm, Sunday March 19 2-4pm and 7-9pm. Funeral will be held on Monday, March 20 at 2:00 p.m. at the Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Flowers graciously declined. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Edwin’s memory to The Gathering Place.




6-9 p.m. on March 18, 2017

2-4 p.m. on March 19, 2017

7-9 p.m. on March 19, 2017

Carnell’s Funeral Home
329 Freshwater Road
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2:00pm, Monday March 20th

Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

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To Regina, Jon, Shannon, and Meghan;

Sincere condolences – many fond memories of growing up on Long Pond Road and happy times spend with all of you and your Dad.

Aidan and I and our mom Patricia send our prayers and best wishes

Mrs. Drover and Family:
Please accept our deepest condolences on Ed’s passing. Mabel and I were saddened to hear the news. Ed was always a pleasant neighbor to us as you all were. Every morning or evening when our paths passed as neighbors on Long Pond Road Ed would always welcome us with a smile and a hello. Though we were neighbors for about one year he was a great one and I’ m sure he is resting now in heaven.

God Bless Ed your smiling face will be missed.

Brian and Mabel O’Grady Family

Regina, Jonathan and family,

I am sorry to learn of Ed’s passing and I offer my sincere condolences. His energy on the board of the CNIB, which I have great memory, and for all the charitable boards he served on was extremely admired. I remember Ed as a man of abundant energy who loved family and his province.

John Royle


I just heard the news today of your dad’s passing; I am so sorry to hear.. My thoughts are with you at this very difficult time.

Take care

Mary Lynn Granville

Regina and the kids,
Ginny and I were so saddened to learn of Ed’s passing. I have had pleasure of knowing since our kids were in Pius. As well, he and I were board members of CNIB for a long time. He was such a dynamo and he had the most infectious personality. A one-of – a kind sorta guy!!
He will be remembered fondly by many.
We send our sympathies to all at this difficult time. With much love,
Ginny and Randy

I just wanted to leave my condolences for Mr. Drover’s friends and family. I’m his co-worker Karen Murphy’s daughter and heard much about him growing up including his battle with cancer. I look at him as one brave warrior and someone to be very respected. RIP Mr. Drover you fought the good fight.

My thoughts are with you. Please accept my condolences. Hoping you find peace as you reflect fondly on memories of Eddie.

Regina, It was indeed sad news when Jason called me in Floridia to inform me of Ed’s passing. Ed Drover was a friend to me since the first day I met him in 1981. My life and that of my children is better because for many years Ed was a very important part of it. I have untold fond memories of Ed that I will cherish forever. Ed was indeed unique,motivating,kind and he made a difference to whomever he met. Today I am sad. But I will take time toast my friend Edwin Drover. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I know Ed loved you all very much. Kindest Regards. Randy


So sorry to hear about your dad. He was a force to be reckoned with! I remember him well when my son, Matthew, was playing soccer with Jonathan and Ed was refereeing. As usual with him, he put his whole self into it-full uniform and all.

Please pass on Jeannie’s and my condolences to Jonathan and Alison, who we know well; as well as to Regina and Shannon.

Thinking of you at this time.


Auntie Regina, Shannon, Jonathan, Meghan and entire family…

My best memory of Uncle Edwin was at my wedding. He knew I was going to lose my composure during my speech about my family who could not attend and he stood up and proposed a toast! He could see it in my face I needed it and he delivered. Not sure if he knew how much I appreciated it but I will never forget his kindness to me though out my life… you will be missed. Much love to you.

My condolences on Mr. Drovers passing. I worked with Ed for a few years and he was a wonderfully man and have many great memories. Condolences are with Joan and the Drover family, and his colleagues at Freedom 55.

I have known Ed fofr years through the St. Lazarus Order, but also in other capacities. Among his kindnesses was his generosity to Corey, but I am sure there wer many more. My sympathy is extended to all the family.

My condolence on Ed’s passing. I knew him as a fellow Rotarian. My thoughts and prayers are with you,during your time of sorrow.

Aiden, Ann and Drover families,
Please accept our condolences on Ed’s passing.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.
In sympathy and friendship,
Milton and Joan Peach

Meghan, I was so sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. Thinking about you and your family at this time.

Take care,

I was very sorry to hear of Ed’s passing. He championed many causes over the years and was always out front to offer his help and support. I’ll have fond memories of our annual golf game at the Wilds. A fierce competitor who knew how to have fun. Our thoughts & prayers are with you all.

To the entire extended Drover family, please accept my condolence in the passing of Ed. I met Ed back in the 1970’s when I went to work with him for a year. Later on in the 1990’s we both worked together in a different way as we were on the executive board for the Booster Club of the St. John’s Maple Leafs a tremendous charity. Ed always worked toward higher goals. God Bless you all.

Aidan,Ann and family, so sorry to hear of Edwin’s passing. Edwin was a well respected man and will be missed by many. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Aubrey & Bev so sorry to hear of your brothers passing, he’s contribution’s to the community was always at his heart. God Speed to His reward.

Mrs. Drover and Family:
Sorry to hear of Mr. Drover’s passing, we are out of town so can’t make it to the funeral home..wanted to pass on our condolences…when he came to the Board for meetings no matter how sick he was he always had a smile…he put up a good fight…I will miss seeing him there… thinking of you and always know he will be in your hearts….Matt and Joyce Shinkle

Deepest condolences to all the family…May he rest in peace ,thoughts and prayers are with you

Regina and Drover Family,
So sorry to hear of Edwin’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.May God give you strength to get through this difficult time.God Bless!! Hugs !1
Aunt Phyllis,Claudine,Marilyn and Gary Reid

To Meghan, Shannon and Jon? So sorry to hear about your dad. My thoughts are with you and the family at this difficult time.

To: Meghan and Drover Family

My sincere condolences to you Meghan and the Drover family. I pray God will give you strength and help you through this difficult time.


Regina,, Shannon, Jonathan and Meghan,

Tom and I were so saddened to read the news of Ed’s passing. His was an indomitable spirit. He loved life and lived it to the fullest, but you didn’t have to spend much time in his presence to understand that his family was the true love and joy of his life.

We are out of the country at the moment or else we would offer our condolences in person. We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers.

To the Drover family . Please accept our heartfelt condolences and sympathy. You are in our thoughts and prayers. I worked with Ed years ago when he was with National Life.

Aidan, Ann and the Drover family: It was with sadness that we learned of your brother’s passing. Please accept our sympathy.

Bob & Marilyn

Regina and Drover family. So sorry to hear of Edwin’s passing. He was a very courageous and determined man. Our conversations often revolved around politics but ultimately he always talked about family and was so proud of the accomplishments of each and every one of his immediate and extended families. He always had time to chat and offer advice and I was very appreciative of those opportunities. He gave tirelessly of himself and will be missed by all. Keith and Diane Coombs

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Drover family on Ed’s passing. I worked wit Ed this past 19 years and he was a great mentor and friend. Unfortunately we are vacating in Florida and won’t be able to attend the funeral. He will be greatly missed.

We are deeply saddened to hear of Edwin’s passing. Our deepest sympathy to your wife,Regina and your children as well as your siblings and extended families! RIP Edwin. You will be missed!

To the Drover Family: Alvin and I wish to express our deepest sympathy to you at this sad time. Our most sincere thoughts and prayers are with you .

To the Drover Family: We wish to express our deepest sympathy to you at this sad time. Our most sincere thoughts and prayers are with you .

Meghan and the Drover family
Very sorry to hear about your father’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.


To all the Drover family
So sorry for your loss! Dad(Ed Reid) always spoke so highly of Edwin..
They are together now probably playing some George Jones song.
Again so sorry…


To the Drover Family,
Ed was a good family friend, I remember fondly walking down to my father’s greenhouse while he was ill and by his side was his good friend Ed who spent the entire summer with him growing flowers and encouraging dad to fight on. Ed was an dedicated person who helped many and gave as much as he could to life and making it better for others. A true inspiration to all.
My condolences to all the Drover Family.

So sorry to hear of Ed’s passing . Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time

To the Drover Family

My sincere condolences at this very difficult time. We never know the impact or reach that we have on someone’s life. When we make such a statement, very few shined brighter than Ed Drover. I met Ed back in 82 or 83 when he had a profound impact on mine.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Meghan, Jon, Alison et al,
Our sincerest condolences at the passing of your father. He was a good, caring man and he passed that legacy on to you, carry it on with pride.
Nancy & Jim

To Regina and Family
Carol and I were so truly saddened to hear of Edwin’s passing . He was a true Rotarian and lived his life by the Rotary motto of Service Above Self .Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time .
Jim and Carol Finch

To the Drover Famiily

We were saddened to hear of Edwin’s passing and we wish to pass along our sincerest condolences and sympathy. We will remember you in our prayers during the coming days and pray God will give you the strength to deal with your grief.

To the Drover family . Please accept our heartfelt condolences and sympathy. You are in our thoughts and prayers

Thinking of you and your family during this difficult time. Josh and I are sending you our condolences from the west coast.

To the Drover Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Edwin’s passing. I didn’t know him well but I know how much he meant to Jon , Alison, Jack and Harry, also through Joan and Aubrey, Regina and family my thoughts and prayers are with you as you go through this loss of a wonderful family man.

Very sorry to hear of Ed’s passing. Deepest condolences to all his family.

We were very saddened to hear of Ed’s passing. I had the opportunity of working with Ed some years ago. It was a real pleasure and an excellent learning experience. I went on to do other things in completely unrelated fields, but often found myself relying on those very effective skills that I learned from Ed long ago. We offer our sincere condolences to Regina, Jonathan, Shannon, and Meghan, and also to Ed’s sister, Joan Lane, and the Drover family.

Regina and family
We were saddened to hear of Edwin’s passing. He was a good friend and made a great contributions to our province. We extend our most sincere condolences.

Pleas accept my deepest sympathy

So sorry to hear of Edwin’s passing. Please accept our most sincere condolences.
Wilf and Gwen Mercer

So very sorry for your loss. Prayers to the family. God bless

Regina & family & all the Drover family;
We are deeply saddened to learn of Edwin’s passing. We remember him mainly from his early years, growing up in Upper Island Cove and his great love of music.
Although our paths crossed only occasionally in recent years, he was the same Edwin with that big welcoming smile and strong handshake, a sure sign of a warm heart.
Our thoughts & Prayers are with you at this very difficult time. May all your fine memories bring you comfort.
Rendell & Gladys Mercer

Regina, Jonathan, Shannon, your families and my Megger,

Time is precarious, but love is endless. Eddie was filled to the brim, and equally filled everyone around him. He gave so much of himself to so many. I will always remember his generous hugs and infectious smile with laughter that came from his gut. But mostly Megger, I will remember how genuinely happy and caring he was for our friendship, that means so much to me.

We truly hope you can find peace in all your wonderful memories and some comfort in knowing that so many are sharing in your loss.

All our love,
Kate and Chris

Aidan and Ann and extended families please accept my deepest condolences on losing your Brother.Take care and God Bless all of you.

Aubrey, I am very sorry to learn of your brother Ed’s passing, l only knew him a little but I do know he lived a full and honest life and is now in a place where we all wish to go. God bless him and may he Rest in Peace. Warm thoughts & condolences to you and your whole extended family.

Just a great man. He will be sadly missed. My condolences to all his family. May he rest in peace. God bless him.

Please accept our deepest sympathies on the loss of your loved one . Edwin was a person of many talents with a terrific sense of humour . May your fond memories of him bring you comfort and always give you many reasons to smile. Rest in peace Edwin . God Bless . Sincerely : Shirley and Pat Collins

Regina and Family,
Ed was a dedicated family man and a friend to many. He had many interests that he pursued with a passion but his true passion was his Family. Many times I would ask Ed about his family and how they were doing. He spoke of you with pride and was quick to ask how things were with my family. We spent many nights at the old Memorial Stadium talking about hockey and all things politics. Those conversations moved to Mile One and Ed loved to watch the hockey and see the progression of the young players. He was proud of our team, our City and our Province. A true gentleman who did everything he undertook with passion and enthusiasm. I will miss him but will fondly remember our times together. God Bless and rest in peace Ed.

Our sincerest condolences to you and your family Aiden. I worked alongside Edwin many years ago with Newfoundland Telephone and I remember so well his enthusiastic personality and his very quick wit. As a young girl just out of school he made me feel so comfortable and gave me many many laughs. Our lives took different paths but many times over the years his name would often come up and I was more then aware of his many personal and business accomplishments. Ruth & Dennis Brown

Jon, so very sorry to hear about your Dad. Thinking of you and your family at this difficult time.

Tammy, Dwayne and Maddie Hemeon

Regina and family
So sorry to learn of Ed’s passing. We are thinking of you at this sad time. We offer our deepest condolences.
Dave and Linda Barrett

So sorry to hear of Ed’s passing, our thoughts and prayers are with his entire family. RIP Ed.

IMy thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Aunt Regina and beautiful family,
There is nothing I can write to fully express sadness at Uncle Edwin’s passing, awe at his tremendous spirit, or admiration for his strength, and yours. My respect for him, and you, runs deep and will stay with me always.
Sincerest condolences. I love you all.

To Albert, Aiden, Joan , and Aubrey, and all the Drover Family,
We were so saddened to hear of Edwin’s passing. Having known the family all our lives, we know how passionate and dedicated Ed was to everything he took on in life. May he R.I.P.

Meghan and family,
“A force to be reckoned with”, “larger than life”, ” a light for so many”…these are not your average compliments….they are extraordinary. Your loyal dad, husband, grandpa, uncle and friend to so many got it right. His heartprint has clearly left its mark on so many and that will live on always. But it’s never enough time…and I wish I could give you all more. See you soon xox

To Aiden, Albert, Joan and other members of the Drover family,
We were saddened to hear of Edwin’s passing. We are currently out of the province but wanted to express our condolances to the family.
Marguerite and Bill Mercer

I am really sorry to learn of this sad news. I got to know Ed when we were in the Rotary. I always admired how he redefined the word ” enthusiasm ” with any project he embraced, Ed was ever so proud of his Drover heritage. My deepest sympathies to the Drover family

To The Drover Family,

I am sorry to hear of Ed’s passing. I work at the
Holiday Inn Banquet Department. I have served Ed every Tuesday at the Rotary luncheons for
many, many years. He was always very pleasant
and kind. He was loved and respected by all. He will be really missed at the luncheons. My deepest
sympathies to the Drover Family.

Sincere sympathy to all the family.

Marilyn Pike ( widow of Eugene Pike.. director of CNIB)

To Regina & Family; Annette & Joe, The Morrissey family’

Sincere condolences and heartfelt sympathy to you all. Ed was a wonderful support and role model for Kevin in his younger years.. He will be remembered by many for his contribution to the work environment and to social and community life. Gone too young. May Ed rest in peace. May God bless you with strength iand hope during this difficult time in your lives. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Regina & Kevin Hurley

Sorry to hear of Ed’s passing. I sought his wisdom on many an occasion during my political career. He was a true friend. Deepest sympathy to the family.

So so sorry to hear about Ed ….we had many many many great times and enjoyed a lot of laughter together he was a very special person one of a kind

We just heard that Ed passed away, so sorry to hear this sad news.
I know that you have probably been expecting this for a while but it is never easy to lose your loved one no matter how long they have been ill.
Our prayer and thoughts are with you and your families at this time.
Ed was a wonderful person and will be missed.
RIP Edwin

To The Drover Family

So very sorry to hear of Ed’s passing. Please accept our sincere condolences on the loss of your loved one and know that our thoughts and prayers are with the whole family at this most difficult time. RIP Ed.

To Ed’s family, we wish to express our sorrow upon hearing of Ed’s passing. I enjoyed working with Ed in his capacity as a member of the Board of the C-NLOPB and we enjoyed chatting with Ed at various social gatherings. He always had such a positive, optimistic and cheerful outlook. Our thoughts are with you.
Jeffrey and Barbara Bugden

So sorry for your loss Brenda, Millie, Mary and all your family.

Regina and family, my most heartfelt sympathy is extended to you and all family members on the loss of your loved one. The love of your lives. Your husband. May you all find comfort in your memories. Keeping you in my prayers ay this very sad time.

To the Drover family,

So sorry to hear of Ed’s passing. I fondly remember our many political conversations that always ended with with a laugh !

My thoughts and prayers are with you….

Terry French

So sorry to hear of Edwin’s Passing, please know you are in our thoughts at this difficult time. Aunt Miney’s Family

Regina and family, my heart is shattered today so I understand the way you must feel. Edwin was one-of-a-kind – Boy, what energy that man possessed. His ready wit and big smile will be sadly missed. My love and thoughts are with you and your family at this difficult time. His memory will always remain.

Regina, Shannon, Jonathan, Meghan and families, Sending sincere condolences on the passing of Mr. Drover. I first met Mr. Drover back in the 80’s and most recently he was my employer at The Wild’s. I will fondly remember Mr. Drover for the kind and friendly man that he was. After fighting such a long and courageous battle may he find peace now.

Regina and family, we were very sad to hear about Edwin’s passing. Our thoughts are with you during this time.

To the Drover family .Sending my deepest sympathy to you all at this sad time.I met Mr Drover at the Wilds and he was a very good business man and very compassionate about his business.Thinking of you all at this difficult time.

The Drover Family; We were very sorry to hear of Edwin’s passing. I worked with him 40+ years ago and he had an very enthusiastic attitude in his work and his life. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time. May he rest in peace.

To the Drover family, like Ed I have spent my entire working career in the financial services industry. We had great respect for each other ,, he made a tremendous contribution to our industry , as well as our Province . He’ll be missed by many
Kevin J Dunphy CLU CFP,

I started my career in Financial Planning under the leadership of Ed. I remember him as being focused and passionate about everything he was involved in. He will be missed, and remembered, by many..

Regina and family… I am so sorry to hear about Edwin. I always enjoyed talking to him and playing against him at the yearly crib tournament. He will be missed.

I’ve always admired and respected Ed, we will miss him tremendously Rest In Peace.

R I P Eddie!! Will always remember our workout days back in the 70s at the Spa on Freshwater Rd.. A pure Gentleman!

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time. God bless you all

Aunt Regina, Shannon, Jonathan, Meghan, Vicki and Alison,

Uncle Edwin is in one of my earliest childhood memories. I was driving in the front seat of his car with him. He was belting out some song that was playing the radio at his top volume and also demonstrated a little showmanship as he steered the car with only his KNEES!!!

This is one of countless memories I can simply close my eyes and relive. I can see him before me now singing a song, beaming at someone’s story, talking with passion, smiling his big smile.

Many times he shared a quiet moment with me and I felt his love and support. Other times we spent together, he gave me proud encouragement as if what I’d accomplished was something magical. Every time I saw him, he had his arms open wide and couldn’t wait for a hug.

Uncle Edwin was a big man; he was a force to be reckoned with. I know he impacted an incredible number of people and I feel lucky that I was one of them.

My heart goes out to each of you. He will be so tremendously missed and I am so sorry that he’s gone.

Love and warm hugs to you all,
Jacky, Addison & Hunter Smith

To Regina, Shannon, Jonathon, and families:

I am truly heartbroken. Dad (Norm O’Driscoll) called yesterday as soon as he heard the sad news of Ed’s passing.

I first met Ed in the ’70s at the Roberts’ Building where National Life called home in St. John’s. Dear Ed would always welcome me to see his fish tank behind his desk…even though he was working at 7:00 pm on a Saturday. I cannot tell you how often that happened. You know, he always had the bery biggest smile for me…a young child disturbing his overtime work. He had he same smile for my boy in recent years, and again for me when I saw him last.

Dad and Ed worked together for what feels like my lifetime. I would knock around with Shannon and Jonathon at the Torbay Rec Centre while Dad and Ed played squash.

Ed made every room alight with beauty and charm.

My very sincerest sympathies and most hearftfelt condolences to the entire Drover family. Wishing you comfort and peace. Thank you for sharing him with me and my brother.

Kindest regards,

Chantelle O’Driscoll

Regina and Family…..I am so saddened to hear of Ed’s passing. He endured such a long hard road over the past numbers of years . I knew Ed from a distance even from the early days of City Builders!….I got to know him very well on the Eastern Health Board and Nfld. Power . He was a powerful passionate and convincing individual.
I enjoyed working with him very much and will always remember him.
My sincerest condolences to you and your extended family.

Regina and family,please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers at this time.Edwin will be greatly missed by many.God Bless.

Regina, l send my sincerest condolences on Ed’s passing. I will keep,you and your family in my prayers. Ed left a lasting contribution to his community.

Regina and family, I was saddened to hear about Edwin’s passing. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. May God bless you during this sad and difficult time. .

We are so sorry for your loss Aunt Regina,Shannon,Jonathan,Meghan and families. There are so many things about Uncle Ed we truely loved and will miss him daily. He was such a strong person and influence personally and to all my family.. RIP we love you to the moon and back.
Love Jodi,Dion,Gracie and Jacobxxoo

To the man who gave me my first (and most likely- last) taste of scotch, I raise a glass to you and to your tremendous inspiration and fighting spirit. Rest well.

Heartfelt condolences to Regina, Shannon, John, Meghan and the entire family. Me. Drover fought a courageous battle with such quiet dignity. May he now be at rest knowing he did all he could. He will be missed by so many. May your memories bring you comfort in this time of sorrow. It is time to R I P now.

Aunt Regina, Shannon, Jonathan, Meghan and families,

I haven’t got much to say because to be frank, since mom called me and told me that Uncle Edwin had peacefully passed away, I’ve kind of been “off” and void of anything worthwhile to say. Maybe because there’s WAY too much to say about Uncle Edwin and I can’t possibly get it out. He will truly never be forgotten, and we were so lucky to have him in our lives. What a wonderful, positive, and charming uncle he was to all of us nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephews!!

We are there with you in spirit, and I will celebrate Uncle Edwin with every accomplishment in my life, and the lives of my children. You can count on it.

Love to you all……

Aidan, Ann and Family,
So sorry to hear of Edwin passing away. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this most difficult time. God Bless and may you find comfort knowing he is at peace and with the Lord.
Jim and Joyce Crowley

Regina and extended family of Eddie
On the road of his life – Eddie Drover was often in the fast lane – as a dedicated volunteer – in his business and other commercial ventures -in the political arena as a respected advisor and in his social circle as a raconteur and generous in nature. All hands knew when Eddie Drover was in the room. He was a friend to many and in his Community he made a difference to many people. His valiant endurance over the past many years is indeed inspiring.
He is now at rest – may that rest be in peace.
Sincere condolences to all to whom he was endeared.

“He was an exemplary and loving family man, a successful and hard working business man, and a passionate and proud Newfoundlander and Labradorian. He made this a better place.” Danny Williams