In Celebration of

Allan Hayward Love

September 18, 1953 -  September 8, 2019

Peacefully, at home, surrounded by his family on Sunday, September 8, 2019 at the age of 65. Al, beloved husband and best friend of Laurie (nee Settle). Loving father of Michelle (Chris) and Michael (Dawn). Cherished grandfather of Rebecca, Amanda, Chloe and Hailey. Al will always be remembered for his loyalty, humour and love. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.


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Joanne Bond (Cousin)

Entered September 9, 2019 from Victoria BC

Allan will be missed by all who knew him. He was kind and generous to all.
My condolences to his family; he was their strength.
A bright light has been dimmed.
Love, Joanne

Debbe Rogers (high school friend and close neighbour for years)

Entered September 9, 2019 from Collingwood, ON

My good and very special friend Allan. Known him most of my life. Same age as I - as good friends and close neighbours we got into some shenanigans indeed! He was such a great guy....the memories I will hold very dear. Rest in peace my dear friend. Love to Laurie, Michelle and Michael and all the extended family. You will miss him dearly I am sure.
Much love and hugs,

Bob & Gail Chapman (Friends in Golf, euchre and life)

Entered September 9, 2019 from Ridgeway

Mr. "Mulligan" and "Lone Hand" will certainly be missed by us and his many friends and associates. The consummate sales/marketing person, he always had ideas to move products.
Just a very warm, thoughtful person.
Our condolences to the family of which he was so proud.

Lynn Love (Cousin/Sister)

Entered September 9, 2019 from Quispamsis , New Brunswick

Growing up with four brothers, cousin Al was certainly another one of them , spending every summer at Nana Love's next door. We all share so many wonderful childhood memories which continued on when he met Laurie and added Michelle , Michael and their families to the growing Love family... He will be truly missed..

Kim Martin (Oldest BEST FRIEND)

Entered September 9, 2019 from Etobicoke

61 year (oldest best friend) relationship by my count through countless good times, milestones and life lessons. From being close neighbours, K-12 school buddies (yet I am a year older so not same classes), part of the many adventures, miss-adventures and celebrations with family(ies) throughout the years.
I will miss you greatly my friend, please rest in peace and as a our inner cliché members of us use to say, we are "Brothers from Different Mothers".
With love to Laurie, Michelle, Michael and families.


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