Marjorie Lilla Pike (nee Hodder)

June 19, 1927 to June 8, 2020

Obituary

Passed peacefully away at Kenny’s Pond Retirement Residence on Monday June 8th. 2020, at the age of 92.

Predeceased by her husband Llewellyn Pike and two infant sons, David and Gary. Leaving to mourn, her son Paul (Valarie), grandson Matthew, as well as extended family and friends.

At Marjorie’s request, cremation has taken place at Carnell’s Funeral Home on Freshwater Road.

Due to the Covid 19 concern, a private service will take place at a later date.

The family would like to express their thanks to the staff at Kenny’s Pond Retirement Residence for their care and dedication over the past three years.

To view the online guestbook or leave a message of condolence, please visit www.carnells.com.

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Dear Paul & Family,
We want to send our sincere sympathy to you on the passing of your Mother.
We are old neighbours from Empire Avenue & you were good friends of my bothers, Douglas & John Congdon. Our parents were also good friends & spoke highly of your Mom & Dad.
We hope you hold dear your wonderful memories & that they will sustain you through this sad time.
Take good care.

Sheila (Congdon.) & Wayne Courish

Please accept our sincere condolences to all the Pike family. Marjorie was a dear friend and neighbour who will be missed by my family. She loved to talk about growing up around Pippy Park and the antics she got up to as a young woman especially skating on the ponds. We shared the same birthdate in June so always had a good celebration each year….I will miss that.
Marjorie loved her friends and family including her church family of St. David’s where she was a long time member of many of the church groups, the Women’s Auxiliary, a life time member of the Atlantic Mission Society, the Quilting Group……and her knitted socks were a much sought after item at the Christmas Sale!
Rest peacefully Marjorie

Please accept our sincere condolences to all the Pike family. Marjorie was a dear friend and neighbour who will be missed by my family. She loved to talk about growing up around Pippy Park and the antics she got up to as a young woman especially skating on the ponds. We shared the same birthdate in June so always had a good celebration each year….I will miss that.
Marjorie loved her friends and family including her church family of St. David’s where she was a long time member of many of the church groups including the Women’s Auxiliary, a life time member of the Atlantic Mission Society, the Quilting Group……and her knitted socks were a much sought after item at the Christmas Sale!
Rest peacefully Marjorie

To Paul and family
Sorry to hear of your Mother’s passing.
My Mother and myself sending our sincerest sympathy at this difficult time.
Your Mother was a lovely neighbor on
Empire for so many years.
Marie Snow and Clare Rowe

Hi Paul,
Sorry to hear that you mom has passed. The last time I saw her was at a birthday party for my mother, who is living at the Tiffany Village. We had lost track of her over the last couple of years. There was a group of women from the neighborhood who would get together for tea a couple of times a year. I hope you are keeping well, and \I will try to touch base, the next time I am in Halifax. May she rest in peace.

Very sorry to hear that Aunt Marj has passed. I remember the many visits as a young boy, she always had a sparkle in her eye, and reminded me of my Dad so much. She will be missed. My condolences to Paul and all the family.

I will dearly miss my Aunt Marjorie. I have many wonderful memories of spending time with her. God Speed, Aunt Marjorie. Your niece, Diane Hodder

To Mrs. Pike’s family, So sorry to read about her passing.We were her neighbour’s across the street on Gloucester. Her and Mr. Pike were very nice people always there to help and always sming. She lived a good age and is now with Mr. Pike. RiP Mrs. Pike.

So sorry for the loss of your mom.She was a wonderful lady.I got to know her during her stay at Kenny’s pond, It was a privilege to take care of her.Prayers to your family.May she Rest In Peace.

Dear Paul Valerie & Matthew .
My Condolences to all the family .Marjorie was a good friend with my sister Millie for many years & also became my friend .We spent many times together at their cabins .berry picking & playing cards ..I spent times with her & Betty Wood at St David’s WA making sandwiches and telling stories ..We had lots of laughs ….Marge was special .

Dear Paul and Family,
Your mother was a true pleasure to know. I would always look forward to our visits; she would light up with a twinkle in her eye as she talked about her family and all the happy adventures shared together. My sincere condolences to you all at this sad time.

Paul and family
So very sorry to hear of your dear mother’s passing , I remember her well from her years on Empire Ave.
Keep your lovely memories close.
Prayers and condolences
Tom & Jackie (Delaney) Furlong & Family

My Deepest Condolences to all of Mrs Pikes Family and Friends,I enjoyed listening to her stories and sometimes we would just go out and sit in front of the bldg and enjoy the weather on a nice day.
It was my pleasure to know you Marjorie

Paul ,Valerie and Matthew,Sorry to hear of your mons passing..My thoughts are with u dealing this time..Jacqueline

Sorry to hear of Marjorie’s death. She was a generous and thoughtful individual. Her smiling face will be missed at St. David’s Presbyterian Church. She was involved in a number of groups there.

Sorry to learn of Marjorie s passing. She was a life long family friend. Our thoughts and prayers to her family.

– The Barnes family