Departed Allisonians

Compiled from information sent to University Advancement from Dec. 16, 2016-May 15, 2017

In Memoriam

Please feel welcome to submit memories of departed Allisonians you have known and loved.

Margaret (McBeath) Storey — 1939
John F. Baxter — 1940
Campbell Pickard — 1940
Doris (Chernin) Eisenberg — 1941
J. William Cosman — 1942
Margaret (Maxwell) Wheeler — 1942
Edith (Schryer) King — 1943
Alex G. Reid — 1947
James S. Girvan — 1948
Betty (Sawler) Goble — 1949
Sinclair D. Healy — 1949
Margaret J. (Zinck) MacKay — 1949
Eileen (MacKay) MacLeod — 1949
Elizabeth (Marsters) McDade — 1949
Shirley (Wills) Cooper — 1950
Patricia C. (Johnson) George — 1950
Dorothy (Clark) Hickman — 1950
Mary (Bennett) Mordy — 1950
Betty (Moir) Otto — 1950
Robert L. Benn — 1952
Frances (Asbell) Ford — 1952
Elaine (Loggie) MacManus — 1952
Cuthbert M. Sebastian — 1953
Roy Wellman — 1954
Donald M. Darby — 1957
Conrad E. Smith — 1957
Mary Lou Bowstead-Jempson — 1958
Elwood A. Maxwell — 1958
John M. Berridge — 1959
William E. Brooks — 1959
Louise (Flewelling) Prieur — 1959
Diana J. (Stevens) Bond — 1962
Gerald F. Drover — 1962
Sherry (MacCallum) Finlay — 1965
Heather (Gray) Lewis — 1967
Maynard Rector — 1968
Gordon C. Murray — 1969
Margaret Paterson — 1969
Angus M. Johnston — 1970   
David D. Parker — 1970
Ron J. Ashley — 1971
Terence J. Doyle — 1979
Kimberly Dawn (Manderville) Waye — 1984
Julie N. Matte — 1992
Winston D. Evans — 1996

Theodoros J. M.  Stylianides — Student

Jack Baum — Former Staff
Donald R. Driscoll — Former Staff
Audrey M. Kenny — Former Staff
Gwen M. Sears — Former Staff

Vineeth V. Iyengar — Former Faculty

Winnifred Brooks — Friend
Kenneth R. Ferguson — Friend
Douglas J. Hamm — Friend
Roy L. Heenan — Friend
K. Jean MacAulay — Friend
Christine Robb — Friend

Jeanne (Toner) Brennan — Honorary Degree Recipient
William I. M. Turner — Honorary Degree Recipient


K. Jean MacAulay
Submitted by C. Jean Cameron (’78)

On Jan. 2, 2017, at home in Sackville, NB, where she had been enjoying life to the fullest, K. Jean MacAulay celebrated her 100th birthday. She died in her sleep on March 4. Jean, daughter of James and Minnie MacBain of Meadowville, NS, graduated as a nurse from the VG in Halifax and worked for the VON; she enlisted and went overseas in 1943 with the Canadian Army Nursing Corps. In Germany, NS, MacBain met Capt. David M. MacAulay (’34), a Canadian Intelligence Officer from Cape Breton. They married in Winschoten, NL in January 1946, after Jean was made a Dutch citizen so they could wed in Holland. In 1961, David was appointed dean of men at Mount Allison and Jean became “housemother” to “Trueman House boys.” She stayed actively connected to Mount Allison until her death. “MtA girls” spent fireside evenings with her in recent years — the nightly company of students enriched her life and enabled her to be at home. Sons Dan MacAulay (’73) and Jim MacAulay (’72) invite family and friends to join in celebrating Jean’s life at the Mount Allison Chapel on Aug. 27, 2017.