December 18, 1927 – November 24, 2021

After a valiant struggle, Pansy has passed away but now looks forward to reuniting with the love of her life Jack – her husband of 67 years. Predeceased by husband John “Jack” Allison (2014), parents Howard and Alta Ross and sister June Brown (1999). Beloved and cherished mother of Lynn (Dawn) and Roger (Michelle) along with grandchildren Jay (Joy), Suzanne (Billy), Jonathan (Julie), Tim (Miranda) and Erin. Pansy leaves behind ten loving great-grandchildren. (Zach, Noah, Rhiannon, Breanna, Jeanette, Jackson, Calista, Troy, Ava and Kane) and nephew Terry Brown (Susan). Pansy was a long-time member of the Royal Canadian Legion, active with the United Church Women’s Auxiliary for several years and a volunteer at the Willett hospital for 15 years. Pansy loved to travel wherever cruise ships took them, or their Florida home beckoned. She loved to socialize with many friends over the years and they most certainly enjoyed her unique sense of humour. Pansy worked several years at J. D. Adams as well as the White Horse Restaurant. Later on, she worked closely with Jack in their Canadian Tire franchise dealerships in Nova Scotia and Ontario. Pansy led the initiative to name several Paris street signs after First and Second World War veterans. It made her extremely happy to honour our veterans in such a way. Pansy called Telfer Place her home for the past seven years. The family cannot thank the assisted living and long-term care staff enough for the unfailing compassion and care they showed her.