CAMPOBELLO, New Brunswick – Deidre Cline, better known as Nancy to friends and family, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday, May 6, 2008, in St. Stephen, New Brunswick. She was born in 1929, in Norwood, Mass., to Leslie and Mary Frost. Nancy grew up in Norwood, Mass., with her two sisters and graduated from Norwood High School and Peabody School for Girls, with a diploma in culinary science. While spending summers on Campobello Island, New Brunswick, she met Edward “Roger” Cline and they were married Sept. 4, 1948. Nancy and Roger built their home in Welshpool on Campobello, New Brunswick, in 1951 and had lived there ever since. In 1957 she gave birth to their daughter, Elizabeth. Nancy was a lifelong member of St. Anne’s Anglican Church and a member of St. Anne’s Guild for 60 years. She volunteered her services to St. John Ambulance on Campobello, New Brunswick, for many years, serving as an ambulance attendant and as an instructor. She was awarded the Serving Sister of St. John Ambulance Medal in Ottawa, Ontario, for her outstanding dedication to that organization. Nancy was an extremely talented quilt maker. She loved to craft handmade quilts to mark the graduations of her granddaughters, anniversaries and other special occasions in her family. St. Anne’s Church Guild honored her in 2004 by dedicating their semi-annual quilt show to Nancy. She loved spending evenings chatting with friends at church suppers and spending summer days on the deck of the family camp in Whiting. She was incredibly lucky and seemed to win door prizes at nearly every event she attended. She will always be remembered for her sense of humor and her ability to chat to anyone and everyone. She will be greatly missed. Nancy was predeceased by her two sisters, Isabelle “Ducky” Glazebrook of Walpole, Mass., and Janet Fitzsimmons of Campobello Island, New Brunswick; and her lifelong friend, Clara Rogers of Norwood, Mass. She is survived and is sorely missed by her husband of nearly 60 years, Edward Cline; her daughter, Elizabeth and husband, Jack Dinsmore, of Millinocket; two granddaughters, Catherine and husband, Chris Singley, of Topsham and Kelly Dinsmore of Millinocket and Ashford, Conn.; several nieces and nephews; including her special niece, Kim Farmer. She leaves behind many good friends on Campobello, New Brunswick, and in the surrounding area. Funeral services are planned 1 p.m. Atlantic time Friday, May 16, at St. Anne’s Church, Campobello. Visiting hours will be 7-9 p.m. Atlantic time Thursday, May 15, at St. Anne’s Church hall. In lieu of flowers, donations to Charlotte County Cancer Society or St. Anne’s Church would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements in the care of Humphreys Funeral Home, 20 Mark St., St. Stephen, New Brunswick. Online condolences may be placed at