Elfreda Dalley

August 20, 1922 to June 21, 2018


She gave us a lifetime of love and laughter, and she will remain forever locked safely within our hearts. Daughter of the late Mark and Flora (Deering) Kelloway, Elfreda was predeceased by her husband Angus; her son Ross; her brothers Aubrey, Jabez, and Berkley; her sisters-in-law Mary, Rose, and Marion; and her brothers-in-law Jack, Fred, and Clayton. Mourning their loss, but grateful for the good fortune of her past and enduring presence in their lives are daughters Dianne (Everett Morris) and Cherry (John Connors); son Barrie; daughter-in-law Linda; grandchildren Lisa (Edward Kenny), Nola (Bill Malone), Stacey (Steve Chipin), and Shelley; great-grandchildren Sydney, Laura, Ava, Alia, Nicolas, Julia, Annike, and Matthew; special family friend Patricia White; and many other beloved relatives and friends.

Visitation will take place at Isles Funeral Home in Twillingate on Friday, July 6, 7 PM – 9 PM. A Memorial Service will be held at Twillingate Central United Church on Saturday, July 7 at 11 AM.

The family extends enormous thanks and gratitude to the Neurology Medical Team attending Elfreda at the Health Sciences Complex and to the Nurses and Staff of Glenbrook Lodge for the special care they provided to her during the five years she called Glenbrook home. The kindness, the fun, and the friendship that Elfreda experienced there, and especially the level of comfort provided in her final hours, will never be forgotten by her family.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or to the Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Centre.



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Rest in peace my friend. You are reunited with Angus and Rosse and everyone you loved who went before you..I will miss our talks , I already miss you. I love you my friend and now I have an Angle to watch over me. ❤

So sorry to hear of her passing. She was always so pleasant to see when she came to our office to have her hearing aids serviced. My deepest condolences

Cherry and Dianne,
What a classy, fun loving lady! Our thoughts are with you as you celebrate her life on Saturday.

Ralph and Sylvia

Dianne, Cherry & Family:
Sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. May the wonderful memories you have of her comfort you, strengthen you and give you peace. Thinking of you all at this sad time.

Dianne and Cherry, so sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. She was a lovely lady and left you with many wonderful memories for sure. I will remember how warm and welcoming she always was.

Sorry to hear of your moms passing.. she was loved and adored my many.
Please accept by deepest sympathy.
Ron Gidge

Cherry and Family….so sorry for your loss!! Thinking about you and praying that all your wonderful memories will help you through the difficult days ahead! I have wonderful memories of Elfreda and Ang, as they were such wonderful friends with my parents!! Hugs to you all!!????????????

I can’t even begin to tell what a beautiful person s and friend she, and her whole family were to me during my early years of working in the hospital in Twillingate. They were amazing and almost treated me like family. Oh the stories I could tell. But I will leave it at saying fly with the angels Elfreda, you have well earned your eternal reward. Love to all., and God bless.

Cherry, sorry to hear of your mothers passing, may your memories comfort you at this difficult time. pleas accept my condolences. Ross Ashbourne

Sincere sympathy to Elfreda’s family.She was a devoted volunteer to the Canadian Red Cross, and always made staff visits extra pleasant. A life well lived

Dianne and Cherry,,

We had the absolute privilege of getting to know your mom since May of last year and it quickly became very clear what a wonderful and kind lady she was. We spent many Saturday mornings drinking Tim Hortons coffee and having a great chat. We will miss her so much! Mom was so lucky have her as a roommate and a friend.

To Elfreda’s family,

What a beautiful and kind mother you had! Of course you all know that. She was always so pleasant when we visited her roommate, my sister, Joan. Joan will certainly miss her. What a surprise we got when she told us that my husband’s mother, Dorcas and her were close friends as they grew up in Salmon Cove. Dorcas, who passed away in March of this year, kept in touch with her from time to time over the years. You are in our prayers. God bless.