Carrie Knowlton-Trider, Remax Nova Realtor, passes away ‘unexpectedly’: Obituary

Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia – The community mourns the loss of a remarkable individual, Carrie Knowlton-Trider, a renowned Realtor at RE/MAX Nova, whose passing has left a void in the hearts of many. Carrie, a resident of Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia, passed away, leaving behind memories of her warm smile and positive spirit.

Pat Currie shared Carrie Knowlton-Trider’s death news,

“Very sad to learn of our fabulous colleague Carrie Knowlton-Trider has left us and gone to Heaven. She was such a sweet gal, always smiling always positive. My condolences to her beautiful family and friends and RE/MAX family she will be sadly missed. May God comfort those hurting and wrap His feathers around you tightly and wipe your tears.”

Carrie Knowlton-Trider was born and raised in Cole Harbour, and later settled in Lawrencetown, where she built a loving home with her husband, son, and daughter. She received her high school diploma from Cole Harbour District and continued her education by enrolling in courses at NSAR (Nova Scotia Association of REALTORS) and St. Joseph’s College of Early Childhood Education.

Carrie was a woman full of vibrant energy, always passionate about problem-solving, conducting business, and engaging with people. In 2000, she ventured into the world of child care by opening her home daycare in Cole Harbour. Later, in 2012, she decided to diversify her career and focus on her long-held interest: real estate.

Working with Carrie meant receiving the best attention and care possible, devoid of any pressure tactics during the often stressful process of buying or selling a house. She exuded confidence in providing advice to her clients regarding new buildings and was dedicated to ensuring her clients achieved the outcomes they desired, whether it was upgrading or downsizing.

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Paul Hannan pour tribute and wrote:

“I was absolutely gutted to hear of the passing of my friend Carrie Knowlton-Trider this weekend. Sometimes people come into your life and they leave an indelible mark on you. Carrie was one of those people. She was truly special, she had a beautiful soul that anyone could spot immediately. When I found out that she was battling cancer I was already neck deep in the cancer battle that my wife was fighting. Carrie and I talked but not enough. I thought that Vanida would beat it, I thought that Carrie would beat it. This is just crazy.”

Carrie Knowlton-Trider’s legacy lives on through the lives she touched and the positive impact she had on her community. As we remember her, let us extend our heartfelt condolences to her family, friends, and the RE/MAX family. May they find comfort and strength during this difficult time. Carrie will be deeply missed, and her smile will forever remain in our hearts.

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