James Allan

Jim Allan

Saturday, April 25th, 1959 - Saturday, February 22nd, 2020
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Passed away suddenly on Saturday February 22, 2020 at the Welland General Hospital in his 61st year. Beloved husband of Judy. Loving father of David (Megan) and Brian. Cherished grandfather of Jack and Landyn. Dear brother of Gary (Sherry), Kim (Bruce), Bob (Nancy). Brother in law of Susan (Wallace), Dorothy (Jesse) and Shelley (Martin). Jim will be sadly missed by many nieces and nephews. Cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Jim's life will take place on Sunday March 8, 2020 from 2- 4 pm at the Dunnville Optimist Hall, 101 Main Street East, Dunnville. If so desired, donations the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences may be left for the family at Arrangements entrusted to Ballard Minor Funeral Home, 315 Broad Street East, Dunnville 905-774-7277.
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    Sunday, March 8th, 2020 | 2:00pm - 4:00pm
    Sunday, March 8th, 2020 2:00pm - 4:00pm
    Dunnville Optimist Hall
    101 Main Street East
    Dunnville, Ontario N1A 1J8
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    Celebration Of Life


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Pat Normally

Posted at 03:53pm
I’m so sorry to hear of Jim’s passing . He was a great neighbour for many years who would always be there for you. Always enjoyed the bonfires in the backyard. They were great times. Deepest sympathy to Judy, David and his family, and Brian.

Allan & Carol Chesworth

Posted at 11:37am
Allan and I were surprised and saddened by Jim's sudden and unexpected passing! Our deepest sympathy to Judy, David and family, and Brian! There was no better neighbour than Jim Allan! Jim has now moved on to keep Tess company!

Gordon MacDonald

Posted at 10:55pm
So sorry to hear of Jim’s passing. Jim was a fine man and a great employee! After Jim came to work with us at CT Fort Erie, it did not take long to realize what a great guy he was, quickly realizing he was a dedicated employee, husband, father and grandfather. Jim and I (Gordon) had a few good chats and about life and family and I know he was very proud of his family.

Our thoughts are with all his family.

Gordon & Denise MacDonald (former owners of CT Fort Erie).

Kim Harrington

Posted at 12:37am
I am so so sorry to hear about your loss. What an amazing man. I will always remember you. From childhood. Being a friend to my dad and our talks in Canadian tire. Love and hugs to your family.

Gary Allan

Posted at 07:57am
My Oldest Brother Jim,
As kids growing up, Jim was always there to help me, I remember years ago in public school we all rode our bicycles to school.
There around 10 or 12 of us from Caistorville, I was three years younger than Jim and his friends, I remember falling behind the pack and within minutes Jim would turn around and come back to me to make sure I was okay. I would get into trouble and Jim was there to help me through it. We had a lot of great times growing up. He was truly a great big brother.
I could fill pages and pages of stories of great times with Jim.
There where so many times he took care of me I could not never count them all.
Growing up, we both got married and had children, Jim had the married a his high school girl, had two great children , David and Brian, I was so great to see my brothers family grow and for me to a part of that Family.
Jim had a smile that just made you smile, he would always have a joke to through into a bad time to make it a good time.
He always had time to help. he was always there, I was truly a lucky to have the BESTEST big brother ever.
He was truly a proud grand dad. I became a grand dad myself two days before Jim passed.
He sent me a text inviting me over for a coffee and brother chat time, he text reads
"Congrats grandpa welcome to my old guys club lol. glad everyone is doing okay congrats"
We rode our motorcycles together, oh yea hit every Timmies on the way to where ever.
He was the Bestest Husband, Bestest Dad, Bestest Grandpa, Bestest Uncle, Bestest brother, if you knew him he was your Bestest friend.
To Judy, David, Brian, and the rest of the family I offer my heart felt condolences, I myself am truly lost today.
Jim was the Bestest, his memories I keep with me always,
I loved my Big Brother and will always miss him.


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