Margaret Kathleen Organ (nee Gosse)

June 16, 1933 to December 15, 2019


Passed peacefully away at Cambridge Estates on Saturday December 14, age 86.

Predeceased by her husband Bill Organ, parents, James and Mary Ellen (Lacey) Gosse, sisters, Sister Marie RSM, Ethel Halley, Sadie Guanci, Sister Perpetua Gosse and brothers, Thomas Gosse and Gus Gosse.

Leaving to mourn her children Jim (Dianne), Jo Ann (Al Williams), Janet (Jim Snair); grandchildren Michael Organ (Melissa), Allison Organ (Dave Sutton); great-grandchildren Jayden and Leo Organ; her sister Josephine (Tony) Guanci, and sister-in-law Anne Gosse, Elizabeth Moore, Louise O’Grady, Marg Kirsebom and Mary (Court) Maddigan.

Kay was a nurse by profession and thoroughly enjoyed her work. All of her family and friends would know that Kay and her husband Bill lived life to the fullest. From their days at their cabin in Horeschops, to the cottage in Branch, they spent their free time hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, argo adventures, berry picking, hiking, camping and spending quality time with family and friends. Then came the motorcycle years and as a couple they traveled throughout the province, eastern Canada and as far south as Boston. They were always on the move and had a positive attitude on life.

The family would like to send out its heartfelt thanks for the compassionate care she received from the professional staff of Cambridge Estates, Dr. Singleton, and the friendship of the residents of Cambridge estates, who together made her time there so enjoyable.

Cremation has taken place. The family will be receiving visitors at Carnell’s Funeral Home on 329 Freshwater Road, Thursday December 19th, from 2-4 pm and 7- 9 pm. A celebration of Kay’s life will be held in the Carnell Memorial Chapel at 10:00 am Friday December 20th and will be immediately followed by a reception at the funeral home. Internment to follow at a later date.

Flowers gratefully accepted or donations may be made to the charity of one’s choice.



2-4 p.m. on December 19, 2019

7-9 p.m. on December 19, 2019

Carnell’s Funeral Home
329 Freshwater Road
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10:00am, Friday December 20th

The Carnell Memorial Chapel
329 Freshwater Road
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Al ,Joanne
So sorry to hear about your mom.. She was a lovely lady.
We didn’t know till today..
Just remember the good times and that she is with your dad again

Jim, Jo Ann, and Janet,

So sorry to hear about Aunt Kay’s passing. She was a beautiful lady both inside and out. I fondly remember my many gatherings with Uncle Bill and Aunt Kay and both Aunt Kay and I would acknowledge each other over conversations that we both found either odd or far fetched. Kay would give me one of those side of the head nods and her wonderful grins.

I loved Aunt Kay because of her sincerity and her ability to always know who was being up front and who wasn’t.

Uncle Bill is delighted to have Aunt Kay with him again, he was a very lucky man to have Kay as his lifetime partner.

God Bless you Aunt Kay!

Brian O’Grady and Family

I am so sorry to hear that my former colleague has passed away.
Kay came to Public Health Nursing with a wealth of knowledge of Child Health which she shared with us; and, in turn she was always eager to learn something new. She had empathy and respect for all her clients.
I love this picture of her. Her warmth and beauty always radiated from her smile.
God bless.

Jim and family my deepest condolences on the loss of your mother

Keith and family, my deepest condolences on the loss of your mother.

Cousin Jimmy, Jo, Janet
Sorry to hear of your moms, my Auntie Kay’s passing. All though I’ve been away quite a while I vividly remember as a small lad goin Ski Doin with your family. We would have a boil up and Kay would all ways have a treat with our tea. I remember she also used Carnation powdered milk in the bush for tea.. Many times leaving Holy Heart I’d drop in for a hello and all ways was invited to stick around for supper..She did look good on the back of Uncle Bills bike, motor cycle momma.. Enjoy the other side.
John O’Grady

Jim, Joanne, Janet and family,
So sorry to hear of Kay’s passing. Both of your parents were the best neighbours anyone could want at their cottage in Branch. Always a smile and a warm welcome for everyone They truly enjoyed their time here and were greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time.

Jim, Joanne, Janet and family -sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. Kay and Bill were great friends of my parents, Dot and Stan Lester. We always looked forward to when your parents came to our house. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. Vicki (Lester)Larkin

Jim, Dianne and family, deepest condolences on your Moms passing..

Janet, JoAnn, Jim, and family.
I am so sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. Although I had not seen her for many, many years, I remember her as a beautiful, kind and patient mom who will forever be in my childhood memories. Hugs to you all.
Peg (Buckingham) Hunter

So sorry to hear of Kay Organs passingway she was anextremely kind person. Her husband (Bill) as well as Kay were goo d friends of my DADS(IAN GUNN) and Bill was a very keen hunter as well as my DAD. They spent many years hunting in the Horse Chops(Cape Broyle) where they both had cabins and looked foreward to their hunting trips each year. Again my simpothy goes out to the family. . RIP.

Jim & Family,
So very sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing!
I have had the pleasure of meeting her many times at Cambridge Estates when I went to visit my Dad!
A lovely lady who will be missed by her many friends at Cambridge Estates!
May all of your wonderful memories of your mom help you through this sad time!
Jean & Randy Cross

Janet & family,
So sorry for your loss. Treasure your beautiful memories. Thinking of you at this difficult time.

Jim, my condolences to you and your family on the passing of Aunt Kay. I have very fond memories of her especially in the earlier years. Circumstances will prevent me from visitation at the home.. Sympathies are also extended from mom, Wayne, Gerard and Madonna.

So sorry to hear of your Mom ‘s passing.
I worked with your Mom for a number of years at
Cordage Pl.
She was always so pleasant,and obviously enjoyed her work.
My prayers go out to you.

Jim,Diane and Family.
Please accept my condolences on your mother’s passing. She was a lovely lady . She was my preceptor during my community health rotation at nursing school in 1981 and enjoyed working with her. I’m sure you’ll miss her

Janet and Family: We were so sorry to learn of your mom’s passing. May the many fond memories you have of her serve to mitigate the pain you endure at this time. You are foremost in our thoughts and prayers.

Jim, Dianne and Family
So Sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing – will keep your family in my prayers and thoughts at this most difficult time.
Regret that I cannot be there with you this week – will keep in touch.


Jim , Janet and Jo Anne
I have so many fond memories of your Mom.
Her specialty dinners, Partridge, Rabbit,Flippers, where, without a doubt, the best..
My fondest memory was Bill and Kay’s trip out to Vancouver and us.. We four went to Mount Baker( in Washington State) ,cross country skiing. Peter was born on skiis and as we were struggling up the mountain, huffing and puffing, there we saw him snicking a ride on the chair, ” rip off”. Hugs to all.
Love you Kay.

To Janet , Joanne & Jim & families , I am so sorry for your loss . I worked with your Mother as a Public Health Nurse in St. John’s for a number of years .and have so many good memories of her . She was a kind and caring person, an excellent Registered Nurse , a good friend , and an advocate for her patients and her co workers . I especially remember her sense of adventure , her love of those motorcycle trips with your father , and of course her sense of style ! . She was a lovely lady who will be missed by all who knew her .
Irene Howlett

Jimmy, Joanne & Janet. So sorry of your Mom’s passing. Aunt Kay was such a Classy Lady. Her bright smile, and magnetic personality will never be forgotten. She was one of my favorite Aunts. Aunt Kay was so kind and Chipper all the time. She’s with your Dad, my Mom & Dad. ( Gus & Pat) now. Hugs. OOXX

Janet, & family. So sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. Hold tight to your memories & treasure them. Hoping each day ahead gets easier for you all. Keeping you & your family in out thoughts & prayers. Take Care.

I am sorry to hear the news of Kay’s passing. While I never met her family, she was one of the first people I met when I began my career in Public Health Nursing. She was kind and helpful to me as a new nurse and she was kind and helpful to her clients, always treating them with dignity and respect. She was lovely woman. I am sorry for your loss. She will be missed.

Janet. Sorry to hear of your moms passing. I hope the wonderful memories you have of your mother will help ease your sadness and loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time

I never had the pleasure of meeting you but you raised a loving and kind daughter in JoAnn who I gratefully call a friend. My heartfelt condolences go out to all of your family.
Joy, Charles and Cujo

Janet, Jim, Joanne and families:
I was so saddened to hear of your mums passing! She was such a kind friendly person and I know you all have great memories that will comfort you in this time of loss .
Love to you all!
Sarah OGrady

To Jim, Dianne, and members of the Organ families Tender Loving Warm Vibes And Heartfelt Condolences My Friends.