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Megan Elizabeth Dawn Milner


Megan Elizabeth Dawn Milner

Megan Elizabeth Dawn Milner, 38 years old, of Middle Musquodoboit, NS, passed away on Tuesday, June 9th, 2020. Born in Amherst, NS, on November 14th, 1981, Megan was the daughter of Cathy Milner and Danny Richard. She is survived by her loving family: mother, father, brother Jeremy, several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, stepsister: Kelly Duguay and lifelong friend Patty O'Byrne. 

Megan was predeceased by maternal grandparents: Harold and Eileen Milner, Uncle Jeff Milner, and Aunt Karen Milner, all of Amherst, NS. 

Megan was an amazing daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend. She is deeply missed by her family and friends. Megan loved animals, especially her dogs: Milicia, Kaos, and Aja. 

She was passionate about animal conservation and the environment, and was dedicated to her job at the Shubenacadie Provincial Wildlife Park in Nova Scotia, where she was employed as a Nature Interpreter and Wildlife Educator. She also served as the Regional council representative treasurer for Local #3. She was well known in her union for her activism. 

Megan was an extreme enthusiast of physical fitness. She was part of the Maritime wrestling community, was a member of the Innovative Hybrid Wrestling family, and also a long-time member at GoodLife Fitness Centre. Megan successfully auditioned to join "Cubicle to the Cage", a training camp / reality television show for Mixed Martial Arts. Megan, along with a small group of selected casts, were handpicked to trade in their office jobs, and step into the ring at Titans MMA in Halifax. 

Arrangements are under the care of Frenette's Funeral Home, 396 Main, Shediac, NB, 506-532-3297. By request, there will be no visitation or service, and cremation has taken place. 

An apple tree will be planted in Megan's memory, along with a bench at the Shubenacadie Provincial Wildlife Park. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Hope for Wildlife or Shubenacadie Provincial Wildlife Park

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