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Alison Margaret Brunton née McCabe

December 14, 1923 - December 16, 2017

Alison Brunton: December 14, 1923 - December 16, 2017

Service Date: January 3, 2018

Funeral Home Nepean - Garden Chapel

Posted by:
Janet Acheson

Posted on:
December 31, 2017

Please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of your mother. Foremost we fondly remember Alison and Mons for their friendship with our parents over many years. Our thoughts are with you all. Sheila, Katherine, Patricia and Janet Acheson.

Posted by:
Violet & Gordon Parker

Posted on:
December 27, 2017

Dearest Richard, Mary, Bill, Maggie and James, Please accept our deepest condolences on the passing of your beloved mother Alison. We had the great pleasure of knowing your mom over the past 25 years. Her greatest legacy was her devoted loving family who were always there for her. May she rest in peace. Thinking of all of you. Violet & Gordon Parker

Posted by:
John Hussey

Posted on:
December 22, 2017

I had the great pleasure to have your Mother as a teacher during my time at Confederation. I remember her as a caring and dedicated person who clearly enjoyed her profession. Although I was a good student, French was clearly not my best subject. I am sure your Mother would have been pleased, and most likely quite surprised, to know that I did become fluently bilingual, now living in Montreal. It is interesting the parallels in families not really directly connected. Like your Mother, my Mother married a career RCAF pilot and he, too, was the son of a World War 1 veteran. I am most convinced that our parents paths crossed during my parents regular moves across the country to various air force bases. I am sure they are now all sharing a cup of tea or a dram of Scotch as we speak. All the best of condolences to all of your family, John Hussey

Posted by:
Bonnie Sylvia

Posted on:
December 20, 2017

My heart is broken at the passing of Allison. One of the loveliest, most interested persons, I have ever known. Always welcoming in her home, always tolerant of craziness and youthful exuberance. Sending my deepest sympathies to the entire family! May you be heartened that she is at peace, and as I mentioned to Mary, possibly enjoying a g & t in heaven with your Dad. My love to all.......Bonnie

Posted by:
Jeri Lunney

Posted on:
December 20, 2017

Dear Mary, I have so many wonderful memories of your mother. She was an amazing teacher and colleague. I was happy to hear that her retirement included the travelling that she had wanted to do. I was also interested to see that you are in Victoria where we spent our last three winters. It is such a beautiful city. Please pass on my condolences to your family. Jeri Lunney

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