Harold Owens

Obituary of Harold Joseph Owens

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Harold J. Owens beloved husband of Linda (MacDonald). Harold passed away peacefully with family at his side on Sat. Dec. 24. 2022 at Hospice in Halifax, NS. Born in Sydney, NS on June 18, 1964 being the third of 6 children born to William and Eva (Burke) Owens, St. Peter's, NS. Harold had a great interest in cars, choosing a career in auto mechanics working with Colonial Honda, then working with Portland Street Honda for many years. He had a change in career where he went to work as Operations Associate in Petroleum Service Industries with SGS Canada the past 14 years. Harold was very proud of his three children and all their achievements and was very proud to celebrate his 31st wedding aniversary on AUG. 3, 2022. Family was a very important part of Harold's life. He is survived by his wife, Linda; and his children, Billy Owens & Ariel Aker, Dartmouth, NS, Leah (Caelan) Hunt, Halifax, NS, and Daniel, Dartmouth, NS; his Dad and Mom, Billy and Eva (Burke) Owens; his sisters, Marie (Brad) Burrell, Dartmouth, NS; and Lillian (Alex) Mac Leod, Forshu, NS; brothers,Dougie (Kelly), Dwayne, and Wallie (Nicole), St. Peter's, NS; grandson, Jetson Robert Owens. He is survived by many nieces and nephews as well as aunts, uncles and cousins who he loved very much. The family would like to thank the team of healthcare workers who assisted in Harold's care including the paramedics, staff and physicians at the QEII Hospital, Dr. Lori Wood, Oncology as well as the oncology nurses. Palliative Care team and nurses (Darlene Langille) VON nurses and homecare workers. Thanks to all friends and family who helped throughout his illness. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Hospice Halifax or to the Cancer Society. Cremation has taken place and at Harold's request there will be no visitations. There will be a celebration of life in Cape Breton in the Spring which will be announced on TJ Tracey site. "You lived for those you loved, those you loved remember"
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