Mary Lynn Alguire
July 22, 1947 – August 31, 2020
ALGUIRE, Mary Lynn (Johnston) – Peacefully at Woodland Villa, on Monday August 31, 2020. She was 73. Loving wife of the late William Gordon Alguire. Dear sister of Ruth Rankin (Bill). Also survived by nieces and nephew, Debra (Al), Shelley (Murray), Brenda (George), Beverly, Brian (Donna) and grandnieces and grandnephews, and several great grandnephews and great grandnieces. Predeceased by her parents Percy and Estella (Daye) Johnston and her brother Douglas Johnston and nieces, Susan and Sharon. All services are private. As expressions of sympathy, memorial donations to the OSPCA- SDG would be appreciated by the family.
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Mary Lynn Alguire
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September 11, 2020
Good neighbors . Marylyn always loved our Christmas lights from across the road . We always got a call telling us how nice a view she had from her house looking to ours. .will be sadly missed.
Brad & Debbie Eamer
September 9, 2020
Bill & Mary Lynn were our next door neighbours for over 35 years. We have good memories of our discussions over fences, our love of dogs and grass clippings. We were so sad when Bill suddenly passed. He was such a friendly guy, always with a neighbourly hello. Mary Lynn mourned his passing by not touching anything of his, as an ever lasting memorial. The neighbourhood will always miss them.
September 4, 2020
Thank-you so much to let me know about Mary Lynn. So many great memories. I was new to Cornwall as a teacher at Central Public School and not knowing anyone; I had so many visits to Mary Lynn and her Mom residence (often). As shy as her not yet husband Bill was, we had many good conversations. She introduced me to Beth, teacher at Central Public and the three of us shared many special moments. In the early '70ies Mary Lynn cut my hair to something respectable at Ruth and Bill's cottage. At Central Public School, she was our Social Butterfly. Thanks Mary Lynn for so many great moments. So sad, so soon. You will always be in my memories. Lynda Lafleche