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Alison Stewart

Alison Stewart

Wednesday, February 28th, 1951 - Saturday, July 27th, 2019
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Stewart, Alison

February 28, 1951-July 27, 2019

Alison Stewart passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family. She will be dearly missed by her daughter, Sara (Richard), and her grandchildren Brayden and Kristianne. Also missed by extended family, her numerous friends and clients. Ever the control freak, Alison set up her own departure date but only after she ensured that her Celebration of Life party was a go.

Alison lived in Brampton for over two decades, working as a Marriage and Family Therapist. She had profound gratitude for all her clients and viewed them as her teachers. In return, she taught them Earth school rules such as-the rescuer always becomes the victim, what you fear you draw near and last but not least, the universe is your mirror-so stop making faces.

Her hobbies included art (drawing and admiring), reading, and walking her beloved dogs every morning in the Heartlake Conservation area.

Every summer she would spend the last week of August on the Moon River in Bala where she would canoe, spend time with friends, swim to the rock and reminisce about her past summers spent there. This was one of her happiest places to be on this planet.

Alison had a wild sense of humour and inquiring mind. Some of her departing questions included- Is there a sock fairy? If a turtle doesn't have a shell, is it naked or homeless? She hoped to have answers when she crossed over.

Please come and celebrate her life and laugh with her once more on Sunday September 15, at the Brampton Golf Club, 7700 Kennedy Rd, Brampton, between 2-5pm. All who knew her are welcome-family, friends, clients and colleagues. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Donkey Sanctuary of Canada. Donation cards are available at Gilbert MacIntyre and Son Funeral Home (519-821-5077), or online at www.gilbertmacintyreandson.com.
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  • Reception

    Sunday, September 15th, 2019 | 2:00pm - 5:00pm
    When
    Sunday, September 15th, 2019 2:00pm - 5:00pm
    Location
    Brampton Golf Club
    Address
    7700 Kennedy Rd
    Brampton, Ontario
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Donations are being accepted for: THE DONKEY SANCTUARY OF CANADA.

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Natalie Stewart

Posted at 08:43am
A truly one of a kind lady. She will be missed but never forgotten.
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Nikki Sidhu

Posted at 11:25pm
My deepest condolence to Alison's family. Alison was truly a kind, caring and an amazing person. She had so much wisdom and insight to share and I know she will be missed by all who had the privalege of knowing her. You will always be loved, God bless you my dear friend.
Love Nikki Sidhu
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Rose Kantiono

Posted at 04:59pm
I just want to thank you Alison for all your help with the counselling. I don’t have words to express how sad I am that you are gone. I hope that where you are, you are at peace. Please continue to be my angel and guide me on the path you have helped p me to clear out. I miss you already. May God comfort your family and loved ones. I am thankful to God that ours paths have crossed. I love you. Rose K.
 
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Gloria Taylor Posted at 03:14pm

I knew Alison as a quirky, funny curious lass who could get smaller les out of the most dour of folks. She loved and trusted animals and more than a few people. She will be missed and remembered by many! Including me. Gloria Taylor
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