Wonderful friend and Neighbor..Joe and I met Alec the day we moved into our home over 25 years ago.
Alec was there to great us ., with his wonderful wife Pearl.
He will forever be remembered for his smile and kindness.
He will be missed.
Joe ,Gail and Erica Jaseliunas
Dear Anne and Bev
Kindly accept my heartfelt sympathy. Your father was a pleasure to meet, and with your late mother Joy, your home on Waterford Drive in Etobicoke was warm, welcoming and always positive. I can picture in my mind your father sitting in the famous director chair in the den off of the kitchen.
The years have passed too quickly. However, I am a part tine Funeral Director [after 46 years] at Turner & Porter, hence I saw your father's notice at work.
There is so much to chat about! PLEASE let me know when the Memorial Celebration takes place; and give my regards to David also.
Fondly, and with love.
Alex was such a joy to work with and talk to. He greeted me with a cheerful 'Welcome' every time I walked in. His sports prowess was evident; no one could kick a balloon like he could. And he could follow complicated instructions to the letter, no doubt from his sports and military training. I loved to hear his stories. I did not once hear him complain; he was always cheerful. What a guy. Smiling until the end.
So sad but so wonderful a life Ace made for himself and his family.
101 and being loved everyday until the end. It doesn't get much better than that.
My love to Pearl and his children.
There is much I will remember of Alex, but I think the most was the twinkle in his eye while he gave me a strong strong handshake.
He was blessed to be surrounded by so much love, . . .