Dwayne Hancock Death, Obituary – At Miramichi Regional Hospital on February 8, 2023, Estelle Hayes’s husband, Dwayne Rodney Hancock, passed away. He was married to Estelle. At the time of his passing, he was 54 years old and had resided on Brown Road in Miramichi, New Brunswick. He had achieved the age of maturity.
Estelle Hayes’s spouse was a man by the name of Dwayne Rodney Hancock. His parents, the late Wayne MacDonald and Molly (Hancock) MacDonald, gave him life in the city of Toronto, which is located in the province of Ontario. He was their only child.
In the past, in addition to his job as a debarker Operator at Arbec, he had also held the presidency of the local Union, to which he belonged and for which he had served as president. In this role, he oversaw the daily operations of the organization.
In addition to his wife Estelle, he is survived by the couple’s two daughters, Tara Sonier (Kevin) of Tracadie and Megan Hayes Hancock (Justin Russell) of Miramichi, as well as by one brother, Robert Hancock of Toronto, and five grandchildren, namely Luther, Willow, Zuri, Colin, and Aby. In addition, he is survived by his wife Estelle.
In addition, his wife Estelle is still with us now. Both of his parents had already died away before he was even conceived. Visitation will begin at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, February 15, and continue until the time of the funeral service, which will begin at 4 p.m. at the Davidson’s Funeral Home Chapel.
The funeral ceremony will be held on Wednesday, February 15. Wednesday is the day when we will hold the funeral service. During the funeral service as well as the interment of the ashes, the Reverend Willard Watling will serve as the presiding minister.
Dwayne Rodney Hancock’s body is now being laid to rest at Davidson’s Funeral Home, which is located at 597 Old King George Hwy. You may get there by taking Old King George Hwy. Donations donated in his honor would be much acknowledged by the New Brunswick Liver Association, which is dedicated to preserving his legacy.