Emily Anne Daigle (UPDATED)
BASS RIVER, NB – Emily Daigle 64, formerly of Jardineville, NB passed away peacefully at La Villa Maria in Saint-Louis-de-Kent on Sunday, April 3, 2022. Born in Rexton, she was the daughter of the late Alan Warman and late Phyllis (Markey) Warman.
Before retiring, Emily obtained her master’s degree from UNB Fredericton and dedicated her life to pursuing higher education, teaching and administration within the public school system. She was an executive member of the NBTA for many years and she deeply loved and cared for all of her students. As the principal at Bonar Law Memorial School, Emily advocated for the staff and students all while organizing and contributing to many fundraisers that greatly improved the school’s environment and enriched the Rexton community.
Besides Emily’s natural ability to find four-leaf clovers, she was very passionate about travelling, reading and spending time with friends and family. Emily’s grandchildren, whom she adored and was adored-by, cherished her stories while she would bake bread and chocolate chip cookies with them.
Emily will be sadly missed by her loving husband of 42 years, John Daigle of Bass River; one daughter, Jennifer Hudson (Dustin) of Bass River; one son, Christopher Daigle (Anelle) of Summerside, PEI; two step-children, Georgette Daigle of Moncton, Gabriel Daigle (Jennifer) of Calgary and ten grandchildren, Tyler, Sébastien, Reese, Tristan, Mavrick, Loïk, Brielle, Zéa, Emmett and Éliza.
She is also survived by one sister, Sheila Ryan (Gary) of Bass River; five brothers, Blaine Warman (Jane) of Sussex, Kevin Warman (late Paula) of Bass River Point, Dale Warman (Cheryl) of Beersville, Randy Warman (Lisa) of Rexton and many nieces and nephews.
There will be no visitation at the funeral home. A Graveside Service will be held at St. Stephen’s United Cemetery in Molus River on Saturday, May 21, 2022 at 11:00 am.
Arrangements are in the professional care of Thompson’s Funeral Home in Richibucto (523-4252).