Francis Allan Bigelow
BIGELOW; Francis Allan ~ After a brief illness on Friday, October 11, 2019 at the Peterborough Regional Health Centre, at the age of 83. Allan Bigelow was the beloved husband of the late Laureen Bigelow (nee Guthrie) and the late Winnie Bigelow (nee Cherry). Loving father of Kirk (Fran) and Katherine Bigelow (Al Richmond) and step father of Alison Casey (Jim Keys). Loved grandfather of Brandon Bigelow and step grandfather of Allanna Casey-Adams. Allan will be remembered and missed by his great grandchildren, many other relatives and friends. Predeceased by his brother Dr. William Bigelow (survived by Shirley) and his sister Janet Guthrie (the late Jack).
A Celebration of Life will be held at the Cavan Monaghan Community Centre, 986 County Rd. 10, Millbrook, ON Saturday, November 2, 2019 from 2:00 – 5:00 pm. Memories to be shared at 3:30 pm. In memory of Allan, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to the Fallis & Shields Funeral Home, Millbrook. Online donations or condolences may be made at www.fallis-shields.com
Dear Kirk, Kathy and families, so sorry for your loss. Our Smith family will carry on the stories of Allan and Barry, although not too sure who the ringleader was! He will be missed. Love Denise and family
Hoping cherished memory s help your Family at this sad time Al was an inspiration to our twin boys Brett and Trevor He taught them and showed them much. He will be very missed however not forgotten The Hannam Family
Greg &Darlene Hannam
So sorry to hear Allan he was such a really great guy to know. He was a really good friend of my father in laws Lorne Edgerton. Our prayers and thoughts go out to you and your family.
Howard & Dorothy Edgerton
I was greatly saddened to hear of Allan's passing. He was a great Friend to his fellow Massey Collector Members and will be missed by us all.
It was an honor to be a friend of Allan's...I have missed him deary and will always cherish many special times that we spent together! He was a wonderful friend! Love Monica
Sympathies to your family on the passing of Allan. We had the pleasure of meeting and working with Allan only in recent times. His friendship was an ongoing development through square dancing, making maple syrup, home dining and being introduced to his wide circle of friends. We will miss him.
Fred & Marian Olson
So many cherished memories of Uncle Allan - visiting him at the farm, meeting his new born calfs, maple syrup and of course, custom grown Bigelow farm pumpkins. We will remember him with love and miss him dearly.
Sending my deepest condolences to the Bigelow family
Paulette Harrigan (mother of Tanya Hatfield)
So very sorry to hear of Allan’s passing. Our thoughts & prayers are with you all at this difficult time. Memories will hopefully help to ease the pain in time
Ralph & Elaine Cole
Dear Kirk and Kathy and families - our deepest sympathies on the sudden loss of Allan. He was a kind and gentle man, always able to see the bright side of life with quick wit and a smile. Having left us far too early, he will always be remembered fondly and with love.
Dave and Lori Bigelow
Sorry to hear about the passing of Allan. He was a very kind and quiet man.
Don & Cathie Heeringa
Always enjoyed seeing Al walk through our door first thing in the morning. His sense of humour put many smiles on our faces and that will be truly missed by us all.
Millbrook Home Hardware ( Amber,Becky,Mike, Nancy and David )
With deepest regrets.. We were sorry to have missed our visit with Allan in Sept. He will always be in my heart as a great cousin and a caregiver to all. All our Blessings Ron and Bev
Ron and Bev Lockington
Living in Allan's family home and seeing him up here working and helping him when i could has always been an honour and i truly will always miss my kind and positive friend. Rest well my friend. But im sure hes getting some good square dancing going. ❤
I am so shocked and saddened for you Katie Katherine and Allison and all of his family. He truly had a special smile each time I saw him at the local coffee shop. He often visited with his fellow farming friends and he always had a greeting for me whenever I would see him. Such a loss for the community and condolences to everyone. Bev Mcgee