BARBARA FLAHERTY MADE A DIFFERENCE

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Barbara was born and went to school in Baysville and Bracebridge. In 1968 she married Robert

Flaherty and they moved to New Liskeard and managed the Husky Motel and Tri Town Drive In

Theatre until its closing, after which she was head cashier at IGA and later a cook at

Temiskaming Hospital.

Barb was a good natured person with a great sense of humour and heart of gold, ready to help

anyone in need. She was a great cook, avid gardener, snowmobiler and cross country skiier.

Bob died of cancer in 1998. In 2007 Barb was diagnosed with breast cancer, and sadly

succumbed in 2013. Throughout she maintained a positive attitude.

Barbara was extremely grateful for the help and support she received from the Daffodil Terrace

Lodge in Sudbury, where she stayed for her treatments. She said they took away part of the

burden and allowed patients more time to focus on their health. She sang the praises of everyone

connected with the Lodge, and throughout the stays of herself and her husband made many

friends there.

Barbara felt strongly about giving back, and in her will made Daffodil Terrace Lodge, through its

sponsor Northern Cancer Research Foundation, an equal beneficiary with her family of her

estate.

In addition to helping Daffodil Terrace Lodge, Barbara’s estate received a significant tax benefit

from her charitable giving.

Talk to your lawyer, accountant or financial advisor about how you too can Make a Difference

in the Lives that Follow.

BARBARA FLAHERTY MADE A DIFFERENCE was last modified: August 11th, 2014 by speakeradmin

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