Lillian "Lilly" Louise Kennedy

August 27, 1946 to May 26, 2019


Passed peacefully on May 26th, 2019 at the Health Sciences Centre at the age of 72.  Predeceased by her parents William and Violet Jefford, and sister Laura (Basil Trickett).  Leaving to mourn her companion Randolph (Randy) Crocker; daughters Arlene Kennedy, Lana Kennedy, and Erin (Braden St. John); grandchildren Jack Kennedy, and Whitney and Peyton-Mary St. John; Jim Kennedy (father to Arlene, Lana and Erin and grandfather), nieces Sherry (Kuljit Grewal), Catherine Long, nephew Paul Trickett (Debbie); great-nephews Amarjit, Aman, and great-niece Nicole.  The family wishes to thank the care team of the ICU and 4SA at the Health Sciences Centre for their excellent care and compassion.  Resting at Carnell’s Funeral Home, 329 Freshwater Road, on Tuesday, May 28th from 7-9pm.  Graveside committal service will be held on Wednesday, May 29th at 11am at the United Cemetery, Swift Current.  Flowers gratefully accepted, or donations may be made in Lilly’s memory to the Cerebral Palsy Association of Newfoundland and Labrador.



7-9 p.m. on May 28, 2019

Carnell’s Funeral Home
329 Freshwater Road
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Graveside Committal Service

11:00am, Wednesday May 29th

United Cemetery, Swift Current

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you will be forever missed, rest in God’s loving care.

Jim & Arlene

So sorry to see this beautiful picture of a young Lillian on Carnell”s page,. This was long before we met her as a companion to our mother, Florence Stirling. She was a wonderful friend to Florence, staying devotedly with her until the time she moved into a nursing home., and even then visiting her to provide comfort and reassurance during the adjustment period. We also remember the true grief she experienced just a short three weeks later when Florence passed away (2005). She was a wonderful friend to us too-always welcoming into her homes in Carbonear and Harbour Grace, and she was always ready for a laugh when Charlie bantered with her. We will miss her! Our deepest sympathies to all the family .

Rest in Peace Lillian. You were a part of my life for over 20 years. You were my fathers’ companion, friend and confidant.. You will surely be missed. Fly high with the angels.

What a beautiful picture. The smile, the light in her eyes. It made it easy to hear her voice and remember the times we spent together. The last time I saw her was a few years ago when Vera and I went to visit her in Swift Current. We loved her. Happy to know she is at Home.🕊🙏✝️❤️

We are sorry to hear of Lillian’s passing. We (meaning )the girl that did the Nursing Asst.. course at the General Hospital 54 years ago remember her well. She was a lovely person. We all lost touch with each other. We were getting together this year . RIP our friend. Friends last forever. Doreen , Ruth, Dorothy ,Gladys, Louise, Hazel, Catherine, Maggie, Sharon, Shirly, Betty, Clara, Sue, Irene, Sandra, Shirley, Muriel, Elizabeth, Lorraine, Florence, Joan, Geraldine, Hatti, Helen. ,Pearl, Emma, Mary, Pansy, Joan, Ruth, Shirley, Jane, Margaret, Joyce, Daphne, Catherine & Sheila .