Pauline Anthony-Kane and James Kane

January 16, 2020


Pauline Anthony-Kane

October 4, 1957 – January 16, 2020


James Kane

May 6, 1959 – January 16, 2020


It is with profound sadness and heavy hearts that the families of Pauline (Polly) Anthony-Kane, age 62, and James (Jim) Kane, age 60, announce their sudden passing on January 16, 2020, along with their treasured grandson, Carter, age 5.

Left to carry on their kind spirits and joy for life are son Conrad (Leeanna); daughters Victoria (Harry) and Brittany (Kyle); and precious grandson Jude (mother Lindsay).

Polly’s outgoing love for life is remembered by her sisters Eileen Kehoe (Jack) and Marie Woodrow (Richard); aunts and uncles George Eddy (Catherine), Bruce Driscoll (Joan), Edith Morrissey, Shirley Eddy and Robert Rideout; and close cousin Rod Eddy (Ros). Predeceased by parents Maxwell and Kathleen Eddy; and first husband, Neil Anthony.

Jim’s gentle kindness is remembered by his sisters Judy Steele (Chris), Louise Hussey (Roy), Betty McCarthy and Shirley Murphy; brother Cyril Kane; and brother-in-law Andrew Smith. Predeceased by parents James and Elizabeth Kane; sister Phyllis Smith; brothers-in-law John Murphy and Ron McCarthy; sister-in-law Marley Kane.

Also leaving to mourn special friends of both, Christine and Roger Churchill; and a large circle of nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family, friends and colleagues too numerous to list, but not forgotten.

Family will accept visitors at Carnell’s Funeral Home on Freshwater Road, St. John’s on Thursday and Friday, January 30th and 31st from 2–4pm and 7–9pm. Service will take place at St. James United Church on Elizabeth Avenue, St. John’s on Saturday, February 1st at 11am; interment to follow at the Anglican Cemetery, Kenmount Rd.

Polly and Jim touched the lives of so many, always giving and thinking of others. Jim was a beautiful gentle man, full of generosity and integrity, with a passion for building things.  Polly had a wonderful sense of humor. She was compassionate and supportive, demonstrated by her dedication to social work. They loved to spend time with family, especially their grandchildren, and cherished their time at the cabin with great friends, music and wine. Polly and Jim’s passing has created a void for so many that can never be filled.

The families would like to express their heartfelt thanks to the RNC, fire personnel, other first responders and neighbors at the scene for their compassion and tireless work.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Polly and Jim’s memory to The Gathering Place or The Janeway Children’s Hospital Foundation.


“Farther along we’ll know all about it;

Farther along we’ll understand why;

Cheer up my friends, live in the sunshine; k

We’ll understand it all by and by.”



2-4 p.m. on January 30, 2020

7-9 p.m. on January 30, 2020

2-4 p.m. on January 31, 2020

7-9 p.m. on January 31, 2020

Carnell’s Funeral Home
329 Freshwater Road
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11:00am, Saturday February 1st

St. James United Church


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When there are no words to describe how we feel today, I thought of this poem. All our love and prayers go out to Jim and Polly’s family and friends, especially the McNeilly Street Gang!! xo

Don’t weep at my grave,
for I am not there,
I’ve a date with a
butterfly (Polly) to dance in the air.
I’ll be singing in the
sunshine, wild and free
playing tag with the wind
while I am waiting for thee.

My sincere condolences to the Anthony and Kane families on this tragic loss. I first met Pauline in 1977 when we did our fourth year field placement together and over the years our path would often cross, most recently at our fortieth social work reunion this past fall. I shall always remember her sunny personality and that beautiful smile. I hope that your happy memories , and I know there are many will help sustain you at this difficult time and know that there are many people thinking of you.

Word can’t express the shock and sadness we feel from the tragic passing of Pauline, Jim and Carter. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Conrad and family, and the Kane family during this very difficult time.

My sincere sympathy to Conrad and the wide circle of family and friends who have been impacted by this tragedy. Pauline was a dedicated social worker who made a difference in the lives of the children and families she worked with during her career. She was also a positive, lovely person.

My sincerest condolences to Conrad and the families of Carter, Pauline and Jim. My late mother Linda was a good friend of Pauline’s for many years. She babysat Conrad for several years as a young boy in our home where she offered childcare. Not sure if you remember any of us or not Conrad. I’m shocked and very sorry to hear of your tragic loss. I have been keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers and will continue to do so.

My deepest sympathies go out to both the Anthony and Kane families on this tragic loss. I was shocked to hear about the loss of Pauline, Jim and Carter in this terrible incident.
Pauline was a very dedicated and caring social worker and an excellent colleague to work with while I was a Child Welfare Social Worker with DOSS during the 80s. In later years her eyes lit up when talking about her travels with Jim and especially her grandchildren.
There are no words to ease the sorrow but I hope you can take comfort in the legacy Pauline has left behind in her work with families in this province and treasure memories of happy times during the difficult months ahead..Thoughts and prayers with all of you.

We met Jim and Pauline when they bought their most recent cabin. From the very beginning, they both welcomed us and our young kids (at the time) as if we were old friends. They were the kind of people who you just felt an instant connection with. They were genuine and funny, and I always enjoyed their company. I always thought of them very fondly; only now my thoughts will also be tinged with sadness at such an incredible loss. Our sincerest and deepest condolences to the Anthony and Kane families.

Brittany Victoria and families sorry to hear of your sad news,please accept our sincere sympathy , our thoughts are with you… Jim & Muriel Green

Saddened to hear of this tragic event. My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this incredibly difficult time. Rest In Peace Pauline , Jim and Carter. Pauline will always be remembered in the community of social workers. She was a kind and giving soul.

Our deepest sympathy to the family 💔

My sincere condolences to all family and friends impacted by this terrible tragedy!Pauline was in our graduating class of Social Work 1979 and she was an amazing social worker and person all around!Although I knew Jim only briefly…they appeared to be a lovely couple!I t was quite obvious how much they loved their grandchildren and it’s unimaginable that they all died together under such horrific circumstances.My heart has been very heavy since learning about this awful loss and I have been praying for you all! Treasure the many wonderful memories until you all meet again!

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time. May you find comfort in the memories that you share. Deepest sympathy to Pauline and Jim’s family. Sincerely, Effie (Driscoll) McEwan and family

Sending heartfelt condolences on the tragic loss of Pauline, her husband & precious grandson. I worked with Pauline at the Janeway at the beginning of my Social Work career. She was a beautiful, kind & compassionate person & I admired her dedication as a Social Worker. May beautiful memories help you at this difficult time. You will all be in my thoughts & prayers..

Jim was truly a most beautiful soul. Always there as a true and caring friend to all that had the honour to have known him. I had only met Pauline once but truly her light and love shone through. Cheers Jim, our McNeilly friend forever. Anne Marie

Please accept my heartfelt condolences. I met Pauline when I was a social work student at the Janeway in 1982; such a wonderful role model. We crossed paths throughout our social work careers and it was always so uplifting to connect with her. My thoughts and prayers go out to all the family members during this difficult time.

Beatrice Park French

To the Anthony & Kane Families,
Sending my sincere deepest condolences and sympathies at this difficult time. I worked with Jim down at the Queen Street Liquor Store and from the first time i met him until his last shift Jim always made us laugh with one of his stories .. May God give you all the strength during this difficult time. Rest In Peace Jim & Pauline… Amanda Howlett ( Cleaner at Queen Street Liquor store)

My condolence to the Anthony and Kane family from Davemanning sr.DAvid manning jr and Victoria IVey .your mother was a lovely lady she helped my family when my son was in the janeway for a long time . We will never forget her kindness .so sorry for your losses

Sincere condolences on the tragic loss of Pauline, Jim and Carter.. We both knew Pauline through work at the Janeway. Pauline was very sincere and dedicated in her work with families.

My deepest and heartfelt condolences to the Antony and Kane families. Growing up with Jim during our teenage years I have fond memories of Jim and will always cherish our time together.. Jim was a great, kind gentle man whom I always considered a great friend.

To Eileen, Marie and families we want to express our deepest condolences on the tragic lost of your love ones. May God be with you during this very difficult time. Cherish all your memories as life is fragile at the best of times . Our thoughts and prayers are with you and until you meet again may God be with you all.

Gary and Mary Driscoll

Deepest sympathy to Kane family
I worked with Jim at nlc

To the Anthony and Kane Families I express sincere and heartfelt condolences. I well remember Pauline from the Janeway and echo all the beautiful tributes . My thoughts are with you all at this most difficult time. Maude Peach

The Anthony and Kane Families,
We wish to express our very sincere condolences for the tragic loss of Pauline and Jim and Carter. We were friends for many years and although we have not been in touch for awhile we are saddened by their passing. May the support of family and friends help during this very difficult time. May God Bless you.

To the families
Sorry to hear the tragic news.. I worked with Jim many years ago at the nlc, I remember him to be a very kind and caring person.. My thoughts and prayers are with you all, may they Rest In Peace..
Christine Welsh

To the Anthony and Kane Families,
My heart breaks for all of you at the loss of your precious loved ones . I am yet another member of the Janeway family who was touched by Pauline . She was an amazing Social Worker, because she was an amazing woman. She was so genuinely caring and compassionate . Those children and their families who were lucky enough to have Pauline working with them soon became to think of Pauline as a member of their family., as has been already evidenced by comments on this site. Pauline had the ability to cry with you, laugh with you , and then when all that was done she could make you laugh until you cried! When it came to getting resources in place for her families,, she would move mountains to ensure they had what they needed to ensure the best quality of life. What she lacked in height ,she made up for in fight!
As you struggle through this horribly difficult time, keep your heart full of precious memories of them .

Colleen and Family; Our hearts are with you all as you go through this difficult time. Take care of yourselves.

To the Anthony & Kane Families,

So very sorry to hear this very tragic & heartbreaking news. Pauline was my classmate at MUN ( Social Work) .
My thoughts and prayers are with you all and I hope all the special memories you have will give you strength to get through the difficult days ahead.

I’ll remember Pauline with warm fondness from visits at Fogo Island to her hospitality and good humour extended to me at her and Neil’s home in St. John’s now many, many years ago. I was so saddened by this tragic news, and hope that some comfort is found for all in only good memories.

Sincere sympathy to the families of Pauline, Jim and Carter.

To the Anthony and Kane Families,
I had the privilege of knowing Pauline through my work at Lawtons Home Health. She was always so kind and thoughtful, a beautiful person. She was a true social worker to the core. I feel blessed to have known her.
My deepest condolences,
Linda Burns

Our deepest condolences to all the families of Pauline, Jim and Carter. I knew Pauline has we classified her not only as a social worker from the Janeway but a part of our Janeway family. She was a friendly caring person who always went above and beyond to fill the duties of her work! It will always be cherished! May the memories of your love ones help ease some of the sorrow and help you all in the difficult days ahead! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all!

My sincere condolences to both Pauline’s family as well as to Jim’s. I am still trying to come to terms with this tragedy and feel it is not real. I worked with Pauline for more than 15 years as her secretary in Social Work at the Janeway. I came to know her as the most caring and loving person you could know. We were all a very close knit work family sharing many happy and funny times. And yes, we shared sad times as well. Pauline loved her work and her coworkers. Her name will echo in the Janeway for a long time to come. She cared very deeply for each and everyone of her clients. She loved her family. Conrad, you were her world. Then came her grandchildren and they became her world as well. Both Pauline and Jim loved life and lived it to the fullest with each other. I cannot imagine what each and everyone of you must be enduring at this time. My thoughts and prayers are with you all and hope all the special memories you have will give you strength to get through the difficult days ahead.

So so sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you.

Deepest condolences on the tragic loss of Pauline, Jim and Carter. As a Janeway nurse I had the privilege of knowing Pauline over many years. She was very well respected and always so kind and caring. She contributed to the well being of so many children and families throughout the province. May their gentle souls Rest In Peace

My sincere condolences on the loss of your precious loved ones. I had the honor of knowing Pauline as a coworker at the Janeway. Her humor and spirit for life was so contagious . She will be sadly missed by our Janeway Family. Cherish your memories, which I am sure you have lots. God Bless

As a teenage friend of Jim – I have many fond memories of our time together. I am deeply saddened and my heart goes out to the many people that loved and were loved by Jim throughout his all too brief life. I will always remember Jim as a true gentle-man with a kind heart and a deep love and. appreciation of his family and friends. My sincere condolences.

Richard, Marie and family. So sorry to hear of your
Tragic loss. Thinking of you at this very difficult time.
May the many great memories you have of Jim and
Pauline help you though this very difficult time..

To: Eilleene & the whole family of Pauline , Jim & Carter:
Sending our prayers and sympathy on the great loss you are all enduring… May the love you all shared and the memories you have get you through the difficult days ahead.. Hugs;\

Geraldine & Gerard Murphy Bay De Verde

Sending our deepest condolences to all the family. From Leonard and Benetta Sparkes

Goodbyes hurt the most when you are not ready to say them! Uncle Jim and Pauline’s story was not finished! I am one of the many lives Jim and Pauline have touched. Pauline and Jim’s kindness will never be forgotten. I grow up with Jim. I remember outings with Great Uncle Pat and Jim and me as Jim’s sidekick.. memories of swimming and catching prickleys in our shoes, lots of cheeseburgers, burying dinkies out under his swing set and me sneeking his rootbeer that Pop kept downstairs! Jim and Pauline were sweet, big hearted people who will be missed. God bless them and their sweet grandson Carter. My sincerest condolences to the Anthony and Kane families

Love Carol

To the families of Pauline, Jim and Carter,
Our hearts go out to you at this time of incredible loss and sorrow. Keep the smiles , hugs and memories with you always. Through these you will always have your loved ones close.
With our sympathies,
Marion and Peter Foley
( former Brighton Place neighbours)

Marie, Richard and family ,
We are so sorry for your tragic loss. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time.
Keep your memories close to your heart.

Bruce, Joan, Edith, Eileen, Marie and families,
So sorry to hear of your tragic loss. Words can’t express how we feel for you all.
May God.’s Peace and Strength be with you now and in the coming days.
We are praying for you.
Newman and Vella

To Conrad & Family The Families of Pauline& Jim & all those affected by this tragic loss
Can’t find words to express how we feel over this tragedy. We are filled with sorrow.
Wishing you peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead, and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts. Joe & Ethel

to Bruce, Joan, Edith and all your families affected by this tragic loss of such kind caring people and their little grandson. It is heartbreaking just to read the many tributes. We are so sorry for all your families loss. Max and Phyllis

Vicky and family
Our hearts break for you. What an overwhelming loss. We send our positive strenght to you hoping that it helps you at this sad time.
Marie and Harry

My heart breaks for the loss of Jim, Pauline and their precious grandson. A tragedy such as the one that took these beautiful folks, shakes us to the core of our being. I will always have wonderful memories of the enjoyment Jim and I and others had while working at NLC…our group was the “fun bunch”. We enjoyed each others company and working together. Pauline was magnetic and nurturing. They were a special couple and they will be missed deeply.

To the families of Jim , Pauline and Carter , my sincere condolences to you all . It is hard to find words to bring comfort at such a difficult time .I had the pleasure of working with Pauline for many years at the Janeway , she had a heart as big as the ocean and the most incredible sense of humour , . we shared many laughs and stories about our families ..Pauline was always there to lend a helping hand to her clients, her colleagues and the whole SW community. .she was the most beautiful person ,. My heart breaks for this tragic loss , Pauline will always have a special place in my ♥️ I Conrad . Jude , Victoria , Brittany and the rest of the family , sending love and peace during the difficult days ahead ❤️😘💜

No words can express my condolences. I have fond memories of working with Jim. Even thought I only meet Pauline a couple of times she was a very gracious person.

To Marie ,Eileen and families.So sorry for the tragic loss of Pauline and her husband and grandson.Please accept my condolences.Milie and family

To Marie, Eileen and families, so sorry to hear of Paulline’s passing.. please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you at this very sad time.

I am so distraught by the terrible tragedy that is simply to much to fathom. As a classmate of Pauline at MUN (Social Work), I can attest that smile of hers was one she wore daily. A keen sense of humour and generosity is how I will remember her. My deepest condolences to the families of Pauline and Jim. May time heal your sorrows.

Jane Pardy

So very sorry to hear of this terrible tragedy. One can only imagine the pain you must all be dealing with. I worked with Pauline many years ago when she was just a social work student. We had many conversations over the years in her work with the Janeway and mine with Social Services often trying to help the same families. She was such a caring, loving person. Keep your memories close.

Words seem inadequate to express the sadness we feel about the sudden death of Jim,Pauline and their beloved grandson Carter. We want to express our most sincere sympathies to all the families.
I had the pleasure and privilege of working with Jim
at NLC Stavanger Drive.

Sorry for misspelling should have benn Ann Brodie
(Park dale pharmacy)

I cannot believe the sadness your family has endured,
I worked with Pauline threw work for many yrs .
She was always such an upbeat person ,so kind ,and always a smile .
So very very sorry for such a big loss to your family’s.

I met Pauline on a few occasions while in the company of her cousin Lisa Chiasson (Rideout). Truly a lovely lady. Though I never had the privilege of meeting her husband – I have heard many good things about him and them as a couple.

My sincere condolences to you Lisa and your family.

Denise Noseworthy.

Conrad, Victoria, Brittany, Marie, Eileen and families. Thinking of you constantly since this tragic event. My heart breaks for all of you. They were such a happy couple. Loved the grandchildren and lived life to the fullest. They have left a big void in many people’s lives.
Pauline will be in my heart forever.

My sincere condolences to the families of Pauline and Jim for this tragic loss . I worked with Pauline for many years ; always professional in her work and great team member . No words can bring comfort at this time .wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to hold in your hearts forever .

Our hearts break for your loss of Polly , Jim and Little Carter. It’s hard to believe that we won’t be able to chat and laugh with them in our yards. Lorraine, Jacob and I cherished them as our neighbours and they will be missed beyond words.
We only hope that the sadness of their families are swept away with the warm thoughts and memories of the special times spent in their company. We know that God truly holds them close in his loving embrace. They were special people and will forever live in our memories. God Bless!

I extend my deepest sympathy to the families of Pauline and James at this most difficult time.. The news of this tragedy was a shock and received with much sadness. Pauline and I worked together as Social Workers for a short time but our friendship continued much longer enabling us to vacation together on occasion. I will never forget her love for life and our fabulous trip to St. Pierre and Miquelon. “May their souls and the souls of all the faithful departed, to the mercy of God, Rest In Peace. Amen.”

My deepest condolences to their family and friends. Such a tragic loss of two incredibly wonderful people and their beloved grandson. All those who were fortunate to know these people were truly blessed.

Sincere condolences to all family members. Our thoughts are with you.

Bob & Marilyn Wheadon
Adam’s Cove

Sending my deepest sympathy to Conrad and family.
I also had the honour of working with Pauline at the Janeway. You helped so many families and staff members over the years. Such a huge loss to everyone. RIP Pauline

To the Anthony and Kane families
So sorry for this tragic loss. I didn’t know Jim or Carter but worked with Pauline for a long time. She was our life saver so many times and was so deserving of the Janeway Special Person Award many years ago. She was so special to us all. Her beautiful smile will be missed by so many. May they rest in peace and fly with the angels.
Agatha Howlett

So difficult to understand this heartbreaking tragedy. I also knew Pauline through working in NICU and she was an angel to many families who were going through such a stressful time in their lives. Both Pauline & Jim along with their dear grandson have now received their wings . My deepest condolences to all the family. May your memories be a source of comfort in the days ahead and may Love be your strength .

Though time and distance may separate families during our life journey, nothing changes the seed of love planted in our hearts for those we have known and loved. My memories of Jim growing up in Lawrence Pond will remain forever vivid in my memory. I was so happy that he and Pauline found each other.

It is with heartfelt sadness and truly a loss for words, that I express my condolences to Pauline and Jim’s loved ones. You are in my thoughts and prayers. I have faith and hope that their lives will encourage you and give you comfort with time.

Janet Murphy,

Families of Pauline and Jim.
The passing of Pauline and Jim and little Carter is heartbreaking. My sincere condolences to you all. Hold your memories close to your hearts and keep each other close. Hugs
Judy Anthony-Bailey

Our hearts are broken and words alone cannot express the sadness we feel with the loss of Jim, Pauline and their grandson.

Our deepest sympathy to Jim and Pauline’s families.

We had a true and wonderful friendship and a lifetime of cherished memories. We will miss you always.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Dan and Wanda Dillon

Sending my sympathies to Pauline’s extended family. We were students together at MUN, and I just had the opportunity to reconnect at our 40th social work class reunion in October where we shared news of our families and old times. So sorry to learn of this tragedy.

No words can fully express how deeply sorry I am to hear of your loss. May your cherished memories and the knowing that so many share your grief help give you strength at this very sad time. Please accept my deepest sympathy..

Eileen and Marie
Please accept my sincere condolence on the tragic loss of Pauline. My prayers and thoughts are with you both as you move forward in this tragic time
God Bless
Danny Button

Tis a Fearful Thing
by Yehuda HaLevi (1075 – 1141)

‘Tis a fearful thing
to love what death can touch.
A fearful thing
to love, to hope, to dream, to be –
to be,
And oh, to lose.
A thing for fools, this,
And a holy thing,
a holy thing
to love.
For your life has lived in me,
your laugh once lifted me,
your word was gift to me.
To remember this brings painful joy.
‘Tis a human thing, love,
a holy thing, to love
what death has touched

To Eileen ,Jack and Family ; Marie,Richard and Family
My love and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
Deepest sympathy to all the family members of Pauline ,Jim and their grandson, Carter. May God comfort you all during this time.
Bernice Douglas

Polly was a very special person to myself, Trevor and our mom, Polly’s Aunt Edith. She was always only a phone call away and would do whatever she could to help out. It was never any bother. I know that mama would have loved to have seen her this summer here in Fredericton.

Although I didn’t know Jim very well, his quiet, behind-the-scenes presence and his love for Polly was clear for all to see.

Conrad, I can’t imagine the kind of pain you are going through right now. Please know that our love and prayers are with you and all the family.

So very sorry to hear this heartbreaking news. My sincere condolences to all who love and will grieve their passing. Remember the days of childhood, when we were neighbours., Eileen, Marie and Polly. God bless both families as they grieve. Keeping you all in my prayers.
Florence Button

There are no words I just pray for the families. The loss of Pauline, Jim and little Carter is an unimaginable tragedy and my condolences to all the family and friends who had the great pleasure of knowing these two wonderful people. May they Rest In Peace.

My deepest sympathy to the families of Pauline , Jim and little Conran..
I knew Pauline at Janway for many years and for a few years she had an office next to me. She was always there with open ears and a lot of laughs. And Jim and her grandchildren were always the focus of her conversations.
What a terrible loss to the families and to all of us.
RIP dear friend and the family Members you loved so well 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼😢

So sorry to hear of the tragic death of Pauline ( along with her husband & precious grandson ). I worked with Pauline in Janeway NICU for many years & they don’t come any better. She was amazing helping families through the most difficult of times. I pray there will be a “ Pauline “ to help her family find their way through this unimaginable loss.

Deepest sympathy to the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time.

My condolences to her family.she was a kind ,and thoughtful social worker who provided exemplary and caring service to the NICU and patient families.

Wayne Andrews

Pauline was one of the most loving souls I’ve ever met. She was always very kind and supportive during our time in the NICU. Such a lovely woman will be missed by many, I’m sure. My deepest condolences to her family and friends. Hold her in your heart and she will be with you always.

This is so sad and so tragic. Pauline was a lovely person.

Deepest sympathy, this is so sad.

To Pauline’s family
I was heartbroken when I heard of this tragedy as many were. I worked with Pauline at The Janeway NICU for many years. She was one of the kindest women I have ever met.

My prayers go out to all of you trying to get through this horrific accident.

Joyce Rolfe RN, NP

My condolences to the family of Jim.
I am so very sorry for your loss.

I met Jim through friends in high school, he was a quiet nice young man, worked with my brother loved by my Mom…and many.
He was kind, funny and genuine friend.

Deeply saddened by the loss of Jim and Pauline and their dear grandson. Jim was a lifelong friend, a sweet, quiet, and funny man. He and Pauline were so happy together. She was a ray of sunshine. Missed and loved by many..

Please accept my condolences on the loss of your loved ones. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

My deepest sympathy ,to the Anthony and Kane families.They were a very compassionate,and caring couple..They will surley be missed by all who knew them…carol kelland

Sincere condolences to your families.