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ALLISON, Lawson “Bud” Archibald  - (Avid ham radio operator, licensed private pilot, World War two veteran squadron # 5 RCAF) passed away at Orillia, Ontario on Tuesday, May 8, 2018.

Bud Allison of Beaverton was the beloved husband of the late Lorna Lorraine (Rackham) Allison.

Dear father of Dana (Annie) Allison of Newmarket, Wendy (Wayne) Barnes of Brechin and Kitty (Wayne) Wilson of Newmarket.

Loved grandfather of Kelly (Sherry), Buddy (Heather), Kevan (Courtney), Megan (Travis), Mandi (Jamie), Bryan, Dan (Tinah), Shannon (Jamie), Natalie, Lauren, Heather (Buddy) and Alex (Olivia); great-grandfather of Dustin, Halen, Alexia, Delia, Owen, Lilah, Gryffin, Sera, Ian, Elias, Ethan, Avaya, Nolan and Avery.

A special thank you to Susan Shemelt for her friendship and support over the years to our family.

Family and friends are invited to a celebration of life service at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 383 Osborne Street, Beaverton on Saturday June 2, 2018 at 2:30P.M.

If so desired memorial donation in memory of Bud to Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital, Sick Children’s Hospital or the Diabetic Association would be greatly appreciated by the family.