Peggy Gould Death, Obituary – On Wednesday, November 30, 2022, at the age of 66 years old, Peggy Ann (Chapman) Gould passed away. Sincere condolences go out to her family and all of her close friends on hearing the news of her passing away. Peggy was taken to The Moncton Hospital, and there she passed away while surrounded by the loving family that had cared for her throughout her life. She was born on December 7, 1955 in Sackville, New Brunswick to her parents, the late Hedley Sylvanus Chapman and Mathilda Leonie (Cormier), who had given birth to her. Her father passed away before she was born. Her mother gave birth to her.
Peggy had a soft spot in her heart for all kinds of furry friends, but especially for her dog Bud, and she cherished the time she got to spend with her family. Bud was Peggy’s best friend. After her passing, she will be greatly missed by everyone who had the opportunity to know and care for her.
Peggy will be remembered with love by her partner of 38 years, Brenick Sears; her mother, Mathilda; her children, Stuart Gould (April), Stacy (Mike) Thompson, and Christopher Sears (Nicole Eveley); her grandchildren, Katelyn (Jonathan), Matthew (Jessica), Alyshea, Brianne, Ayla and Ellie; her great-granddaughter, Emily; her great-grandson, Kaiden; and
Peggy Chaman outlived both her father, Hedley Chaman, and her brother, Richard Hedley “Ricky” Chaman, who both passed away prior to Peggy’s passing. Peggy was the only member of her family who had managed to stay alive. The responsibility of making funeral arrangements has been given to Erin Campbell and the rest of the staff at Campbell’s Funeral Home, which can be found at 89 Bridge Street, Sackville, New Brunswick (506) 364-8188. You can contact them at this number. The cremation of Peggy’s body took place as she had requested, and her wishes were honored to the letter. There will be no visitation held in her honor, nor will there be a funeral service.
Donations can be made in honor of Peggy to Breast Cancer Canada or to any other charity of one’s choosing, if that is something that is desired. Donations can also be made to any other cancer research organization.