Lorna L Allen

Died: Sat., Aug. 10, 2019


Visiting

11:00 AM to 1:00 PM, Thu., Aug. 15, 2019
Location: Grace Bible Church


Funeral Service

1:00 PM Thu., Aug. 15, 2019
Location: Grace Bible Church


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In loving memory of
Lorna Leona Allen
November 24, 1927 - August 10, 2019

Passed away peacefully at Health Sciences North on Friday at the age of 91.

Beloved wife of Ronald Allen (predeceased)
Loving mother of Donald (predeceased) (Marie) and
William (Linda)

Adoring grandmother of Dawn Marie (Ed),
Ronald Jr. (Michelle),
John (Julie) and
Lisa (Bruce).

Doting great grandmother of Samantha,
Christen,
Christopher,
Alexander,
Nathan,
Jesse,
Jarret,
Spencer,
Elaina,
Sophia,
Emily and
Destiny.

Predeceased by her parents William and Rosalie (nee. Hodge) Boyle

Predeceased by all of her siblings
Stanley Boyle,
Grace (Red) Strong,
Viola Boyle,
Owen (Mary) Boyle,
Bernice (Manson) McGillivray and
Clayton (Viola) Boyle.

Lorna was born in Providence Bay and spent most of her life on Manitoulin Island. While growing up she enjoyed many outdoor activities such as skating, swimming, picking berries and eating sweets. She married her husband Ron and started her family in Little Current. She was a faithful Christian who enjoyed going to her church and singing hymns. She loved being around her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was often scolded by the parents of the children for giving them large amounts of candy, chocolate and ice cream which she also enjoyed. Lorna enjoyed ice cream to the point that she often had a sore belly from over indulgence. Lorna also enjoyed playing cards, cribbage and Chinese checkers with anyone who would challenge her. She may even have cheated from time to time! She was also known as an excellent driver who could handle a car in almost any ditch. After moving into the Little Current manor, she enjoyed knitting, more card playing and putting puzzles together. Almost everyone who had any contact with Lorna was given a puzzle glued together. Lorna’s favorite activity at the manor was watching and listening to the live music shows. She will be missed by all who knew her.

Family and friends will gather at Grace Bible Church
Visitation
Thursday, August 15, 2019 beginning at 11:00AM
flowing into a funeral service at 1:00PM.
Burial in Mountainview Cemetery.

Donations to the Manitoulin Health Centre Aux., Centennial Manor Aux. and Grace Bible Church

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Rick and Gail Gjos
   Posted Mon August 12, 2019
Oh much fun heaven will be now. Lorna was one of the kindest people I knew. When I worked with her at the Manor years ago she was always getting trouble for not getting all her work done because she was tending to someone else's needs. She was always fun and good find fun in most anything. Àlways a hard worker and most definitely a good Christian. May the many memories of her remain alive with her family. Condolences to all.

Rick and Gail Gjos
   Posted Mon August 12, 2019
Oh much fun heaven will be now. Lorna was one of the kindest people I knew. When I worked with her at the Manor years ago she was always getting trouble for not getting all her work done because she was tending to someone else's needs. She was always fun and good find fun in most anything. Àlways a hard worker and most definitely a good Christian. May the many memories of her remain alive with her family. Condolences to all.

Brenda Hallett
   Posted Mon August 19, 2019
My Deepest Sympathy to the Family
I will sure miss seeing Lorna at the Manor
She enjoyed the Birthday Party and any Singalongs
Always so appreciative

Helen Eade
   Posted Sat August 31, 2019
My deepest sympathy to all of Lorna's family. Now here was a really lovely lady. She always had a smile, some kind words, and twinkling eyes. She used to live down the street from us, and always stopped for a visit with Austin and I on her way down to Sandy's house. I have also enjoyed many visits with her in the Manor. She was just so full of goodness. How fortunate we were to have known her. She will certainly be missed.

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