Alvin Henry McMahon
McMAHON; Alvin Henry (Long Time Member of the Orange Lodge #79) ~ Suddenly at his home in Millbrook on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 in his 88th year. Life partner of the late Marjorie Packman (2010). Alvin McMahon was the beloved son of the late Floyd and Erma McMahon (nee Morton). Predeceased by his brothers Jackie, Mel and Lyle. Fondly remembered by Marjorie’s family, his friends and neighbours. Alvin was an avid fisherman and enjoyed boating and his cottage. He will be greatly missed around the card table.
Visitation will be held on Friday, August 2nd at the St. Thomas Anglican Church, 16 Centre St., Millbrook from 1:00 p.m. until the time of the Funeral Service at 2:00 p.m. The interment will take place at St. Paul’s Anglican Cemetery, Zion Line, Millbrook. In memory of Alvin, donations to a Charity of Your Choice would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to Fallis & Shields Funeral Home and online condolences or donations may be made at fallis-shields.com.
Sorry for you loss. We enjoyed the time we spent with Alvin at his cottage next door to our daughter.
Jim and Marie Spencer and Family
We are saddened by this news. Our sincere condolences. We will very much miss time with Alvin at the cottage. Alvin would always come by and see what we were up to, give out some 'free advice'.' Alvin has been a part of our family cottage for more than 50 years - I will remember him fondly. Brenda & Jon
Brenda Forbes and Jonathan Ball
Deeply saddened to know that Alvin will not arrive every Sunday at the Cottage to share stories and pass the time with us. We will fondly remember his stories of Cottage life with Marjorie watching birds - they knew all their names! Forever missed but always a part of Seven Oaks.
Kris and Laurie Stratton and Family
Alvin was the best next door neighbor! For eighteen years, from the day we moved in until the day we moved out, Alvin was there to help Fred. He could always go to his shed and find exactly what they needed for the project of the day. He always had good suggestions and ideas. It seemed, he would just appear whenever Fred needed a hand. We could even call him when he was at his house and we would come to the cottage if we needed him. He would also come and sit on the deck or down to the river when we were relaxing and just visit. He and Marj added many wonderful hours to our years at the cottage. We are sorry we hadn’t seen him the last several years but always knew Brenda and Jon were keeping close tabs on him. Hopefully, he will always be remembered on Seven Oaks Drive. Our sincere condolences to his family and friends.
Fred and Gayle Rosa