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Rachel Eisenhauer

Rachel Ida Eisenhauer

Sunday, June 20th, 1954 - Monday, January 11th, 2021
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Obituary

Rachel Ida Eisenhauer

65, of Tantallon passed away on Monday, January 11. 2021 in the QEII
Health Sciences Center, Halifax. Born in Campbelltown, NB she was the
daughter of the late Edward and Antoinette (Ouellette) Doucet.

Rachel had a varied life- barber, hairdresser and public service member. She enjoyed painting (member of the Maritime Contemporary Art Society), volunteered at the IWK and wrote a collection of Acadian cuisine cookbooks, profits from which went to the IWK foundation and cancer charities.

Her adventurous spirit was always ready for a challenge and she saw quite a bit of the world in her travels. While home she had many happy times spent with her friends at the Tantallon Nubodies for weight training and fitness classes. She also enjoyed learning new skills such as wood turning, welding, general automotive wrenching, upholstery repair and home improvement carpentry skills. All theses things she was naturally good at, well maybe not the welding quite so much but she picked up grinding Really Well. Other time was spent on her beloved flower boxes and feeding the local wildlife.

Survived by her husband, Howard; sister, Régina (Georges), Lac-des-Lys, NB; brothers, Marcel
(Mireille), Lac-des-Lys, NB; Fernand (Gisèle), Campbellton, NB; Réjean (Marie Jeanne), Careleton sue Mer, QC; Omer (Julie), McLeods, NB; Lucien (Craig), Cambridge Narrows, NB; nieces and nephews, Mélanie, Cathy, Mary, Guylaine, Jonathan, Renelle, Nasika and Maryse. Besides her parents she is predeceased by her brothers, Roger and Réal.

In her memory donations may be made to the IWK foundation. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, a service will be held at a later date in New Brunswick. Online condolences can be made to www.rawalker.ca
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Pauline Gannon

Posted at 02:49pm
Rachel and I worked at the language school in Windsor Park a long time ago. She was always happy and enthusiastic and genuinely kind. Most of all, I remember how often she spoke of you and how much she loved you.

My most sincere condolences Howard.


Pauline Gannon
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Marie Muise

Posted at 12:50pm
I was so saddened to read about Rachel's passing. She was so happy to buy the house near the water in Tantallon. She was always so welcoming and eager to make everyone comfortable. I visited her when she had the brain bleeds. She fought so hard to come back to us. . She was truly a wonderful friend and coworker. Howard, I know how much she loved you and I'll remember you and her family in my prayers.
Marie( Leadbeater) Muise
NB

Nancy Boland

Posted at 02:12pm
Dan and Nancy Boland

Howard we are sorry to hear about Rachel. She was always smiling and very welcoming at your Christmas gatherings. We know you will miss her. Our deepest condolences for your loss.
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Wilfred Poirier

Posted at 07:16am

Howard and Rachel s family. I m so sad to hear this news .Rachel was a kind and generous soul. She worked for us at the language school for over five years. She was always cheery and willing to please. Please accept my most sincere condolences .Rachel and I also shared our Acadian heritage which automatically made us related. Au revoir Rachel . Lt(N) W.J. Poirier retired and Sharon...
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David And Kathy Haverstock

Posted at 03:36pm
We were saddened to hear of Rachel’s passing. We’ll remember her as a person full of life. Our thoughts are with you.
David & Kathy Haverstock
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