Pauline Claudette (Steeves) Mann, 89 of the Jordan LifeCare Centre and formerly of Havelock passed away Friday, April 30, 2021 at her residence.
Born in Kinnear Settlement, she was the daughter of the late Burpee and Thelma (Plume) Steeves. In her early working life she cooked for her father in his lumber camps. Pauline worked very hard her whole life, she held down many jobs starting with Eaton’s, different restaurants, and she was in the Canadian Reserves based out of Fredericton/Oromocto in 1961-1962. She also operated the Texaco Restaurant in Sussex during the mid 60’s. In the early 70’s, she managed her parents’ store in Havelock, "the Mercantile", and retired from the former Jordan Memorial Home as a Geriatric Attendant in the mid 90's. She was a member of the committee that oversaw the revitalization of the Havelock Memorial Hall in the 1970's. Pauline loved her flower gardens, camping, crafting, crocheting and knitting.
Survived and sadly missed by her children Holly Kelly (Allan), Michael Taylor (MaryEllen), Valerie Taylor and Crystal Mann; brothers Claude Steeves (Pat) and Clinton Steeves (late Pauline); sister Darlene Corey (Gary); several grandchildren and great grandchildren, a great great grandson and nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her husband Aubrey (2007); stillborn daughter; brother Conrad and Holly, Michael and Valerie's father Charles Taylor.
A private family visitation will be held at the Salisbury Funeral Home.There will be a family graveside service at a later date at the Havelock Wesleyan Cemetery. Arrangements are in the care of Salisbury Funeral Home & Crematorium (372-4800).
If desired, memorials to the Alzheimer Society or Friends of the Jordan LifeCare Foundation would be appreciated by the family.