Condolence: Dear Marg and Family - so sorry to hear that you have lost Allan.
It was a pleasure knowing him and right now, I'm thinking back on his advice and opinions on things because he had a lot of experience with everything and always made the advice funny in the end.
And Marg, I will always remember your story of how you met each other, got married and then Allan kept on going out to sea again while you held the fort with the babies - a real love story! And it looked to me like the love lasted all these years.
Take care Marg, you are in my thoughts.
Condolence: My deepest condolences Margaret. I enjoyed our little 'chats' whenever you folks came in. He always put a smile on my face. We have some of the tools of Allens' from your move from Stayner to Collingwood, and they will be well used by my 3 boys for years to come. I'm sure that would bring a grin to Allens face.
Condolence: When he heard "All aboard" Allan knew he needed to be the conductor for that train. We will miss you Allen but knowing you are grinning from ear to ear pulling that whistle and doing what you loved the most, being the conductor of that train brings a smile to us.