Beatrice Brewster
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Obituary of Beatrice Louise Brewster

Beatrice Louise “Pam” “Super Nanny" Brewster

BREWSTER (SELIG), Beatrice Louise – 77, of Lunenburg, passed away Friday March 8,2019 in the South Shore Hospital with family by her side. Born in Springfield, Annapolis County, she was the daughter of the late Ladonia and Gertrude (Dolliver) Selig. Pam was known for her love of gardening, painting, doing skits to entertain people, volunteering and quilting.

She was a dedicated member of the Bridgewater Baptist Church and loved to volunteer at the Harbour View Nursing Home, Dawson Daisy and belonged to a quilting group that met every Tuesday.

She was a loving and caring mother to her children, Vanda (Mark) Dawson, Sackville; Randy (Michelle) Brewster, Camperdown; Peter (Mary Ellen) Brewster, Sackville; Anne (Kendall) Jodrey, Maplewood; Scott (Kristine) Brewster, Ontario; Christopher (Karen) Brewster, Calgary. She loved her grandchildren, Matthew, Vanessa, Holly, Nikita, Ashley, Alysha, Tonya, Carli-Ann, Kendra and Kyle and had a special name “Super Nanny”. She had 9 great-grandchildren children. She was also a loving partner to Edward Mosher, Lunenburg and his family.

She was a sister to Mona (Franklin) Brewster, Bridgewater; Dianne (Doug) McKeon, Springfield; David (Vivienne) Selig, Springfield. She is also survived by one of her best friends, Boots her cat, which she adored. Also surviving are many nieces and nephews and cousins.

She was predeceased by her husband, Gerald Brewster; brother, Richard Selig and grandson, Brandon Joudrey.

A Celebration of Life will be May 18, 2019, 2 p.m. at the Bridgewater Baptist Church, 564 Glen Allan Drive, Bridgewater, Pastor Paula Davidson officiating.  A private family interment will take place at the Springfield Cemetery, Springfield.

As a family we want to thank all the doctors and nurses that helped our mother in those couple of days and a special thank you to nurse Hannah.

We would love to thank Pam Greer in our time of need and to Sue, who took mum to market every Thursday. To Ed’s family for being part of our family and to all of those that helped our mother in any way.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or Charity of choice. On line condolences may be made by visiting