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Thompson Funeral Home

530 Industrial Parkway South, Aurora, ON

OBITUARY

Carol Jane Allan

December 25, 1945January 22, 2020

Allan,Carol Jane. December 25 1945 - January 22,2020 It is with great sadness the family mourn the passing of our beloved wife, mum and sister on January 22,2020 at the Margaret Bahen Hospice, Newmarket. Carol passed peacefully, surrounded by her family. She is survived by her loving husband of 55 years, Bob, her much loved sisters, Elizabeth and Mary, cherished mum of James (Mary) and Julie (Owen) Adoring grandma of Jake and Abigail. Cremation has taken place and a celebration of Carol’s life will be held at the Thompson Funeral Home 530 Industrial Parkway South, Aurora on Thursday January 30, 2020 from 2 until 4 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Margaret Bahen Hospice, 653 Queen Street, Newmarket would be greatly appreciated.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Thursday, January 30, 2020

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Laurel Douglas

January 28, 2020

I am so very , very sorry for your loss.

Ginette Caddick

January 27, 2020

My thoughts are full of sadness to here the passing of my godmother. She was well loved I will miss her deeply. All my love goes out to Bob, James and Julie love Ginette

Judy Bain

January 26, 2020

Carol...We worked together for more than 20 years...we laughed together, cried together, even had the odd kerfuffle, but as
always we made up and kept on laughing. You always came to work in a great mood, you were never grouchy! Our soireés were
always fun because you were there with your great sense of humour and smiley face. It will not be the same without you...we love you and miss you. Hugs, and kisses to you and your family.

Andrea Theriault

January 26, 2020

Hey aunty Carol, what are you doing up in heaven right now , My first guess is that yo are up there sipping on a cuppa hot tea, listening , Singing and dancing to your favourite songs , such as G Michaels , Rod Stewart and Tina Turner
Well aunty carol , God took you away from your family An d friends too soon you were good friends with my mom and dad, for 46 long years , with that being said , you are more then just a really close friend , YOU ARE FAMILY I love and miss you so much you are always in my heart ,
And to uncle Bobby and family I am thinking and praying for all of you at this difficult time GOD BLESS , AND R I P A / C P . S Take care of my nana

Andrea Theriault

January 25, 2020

Gone to soon but always in my heart ,oh aunty Carol oh I wonder what you are doing up in heaven right now , If I was to guess you are up there. Sipping on a cuppa tea , and dancing or singing to gorge Michael song , a Tina turner song or a rod stewart song Look after nana for me I love and miss you so much you were not only just a long time friend of my family , YOU A BIG PART OF MY FAMILY
God bless you A /. C And healing thoughts go to the family at this sad time

Randy Richards

January 25, 2020

Our sincere condolences on the passing of Carol, our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Carol was a lovely person.
Thinking of you, Randy and Michele

Allan & Rosemary McMillan

January 25, 2020

It’s not in money that there’s wealth to be found,
But in the faces of your friends.

Thinking of you all at this time ... Bobby, James & Mary, Julie & Owen, Jake & Abby, Elizabeth, Mary.

Love,
Allan & Rosemary

Nancy Yerman

January 25, 2020

Carol & I met over 50 years ago at work & had lunch together every day. Since then I married & moved to the U.S. and our friendship not only lasted but grew to include our families. Carol & Bob shared our happy & sad occasions & we considered them family. Carol was so kind and so much fun to be with. She lived a happy life with Bob & loved doting on her adored grandchildren. We will always miss you. Love, Nancy & Jay

Ian and Janet Black

January 24, 2020

We were so sorry to hear the very sad news that Carol had passed away.
I know nothing we can say will help but we will always remember Carol at any get together as the one with a smile and a laugh. It was infectious and immediately made you feel happy.
We hope that all your happy memories will help you at this very sad time.
We are thinking of you all and sending hugs.

With sincere condolences,
Ian and Janet

Bob Clark

January 24, 2020

Bob: our deepest condolences to you and your family. I remember very fondly the time that you and Carol, Bev and I met at your local pub for a bite and a pint. We were a bit concerned that the ladies had never met and perhaps it would be a quiet lunch. Well there was no problem talking, I believe at one point we had to suggest that "they come up for air". I will remember that lunch forever.
Take care.