Needham Funeral Service

520 Dundas Street, London, ON


Alexandria Smith Colvin

January 6, 1935December 23, 2019

Alexandria Colvin

January 6, 1935 – December 23, 2019

On Monday, Dec 23, at her home London, Ontario. Alexandria Smith Colvin (nee Addison) passed away. Loving mother to Elaine (& Steven) Poulter, Keith (& Louise) Colvin, Scott Colvin. Proud Grandmother to Lynn & Chris Wales, William & Jennifer Poulter, David & Angelika Poulter, Cameron Colvin, Mackenzie Colvin & Emily Dimmel, Melanie Colvin. She will be fondly remembered by her 7 great grandchildren. Alexandria was actively involved with Eastern Stars. Alexandria known as Sandra was a driving force in our family. she had a lot of friends and loved working for Cruiseshipcenters, as she loved to travel and meet people, she had traveled the world.

She would like everyone to keep her happy times in their memories, she will be missed by many.


Alexandria Smith Colvin

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Mike Bourque

January 8, 2020

I was very saddened to learn of Mrs. Colvin’s passing. She was like a second mother when I was a teenager. I bumped into her occasionally over the years and always enjoyed stopping to chat and hear about her latest travels. My deepest condolences to Keith, Scott, Elaine and family.

Winnie Holland

December 30, 2019

What a shock to hear the news. Sandra was our agent for 16 years and booked so many cruises for us with several cruise lines.
She was always very helpful and supportive and will be sorely missed.
What a remarkable woman...well into her eighties and still working every day. ..simply incredible.
Our sincere condolences to the family.

Jim & Norma Ferguson

December 30, 2019

Our sincere condolences to all of Sandra's family. We consider ourselves lucky to have been both colleagues and friends for over 20 years and will miss her very much. We take comfort in remembering all the good times and shared laughs. Sandra loved sharing things with us about her family so we know that you will have lots of good memories yourselves. She will be missed and will continue to be loved by many.

Stephanie Kelly

December 28, 2019

My sincerest and deepest condolences to Sandra's family. I was so sorry to hear of her passing. It was my pleasure to work with Sandra for years and to share in her knowledge, experience, and dedication to her clients and her business. I will remember her fondly, her wit and humour, her laugh, and spending 3 mornings a week together for multiple years. Rest in the sweetest peace, Sandra.

Bob and Lynne Baker

December 27, 2019

Will the family please accept our deepest sympathy. Sandra was a true friend and cruise travel advisor for almost twenty years. We will miss her presence at Expedia and her very honest and good advice. As busy as she was, she always took time to "just chat".

Michelle deKort

December 27, 2019

My deepest condolences to Sandra’s entire family on your great loss. Sandra was a strong woman of integrity who cared deeply for those close to her as well as her clients. I worked with her for just over a year and during that short time grew very fond of her. She was always kind to me and always had my back. She could tell a good story and could easily bring a smile to others. I am shocked and saddened that I won’t be able chat with dear Scottish friend again. I will miss her.