Remembering Alf Nelson
From: Corinne & Dave Teschke
Sending our sincere condolences to you Fran and to my siblings. Alf sure fought the battle the last few years of his life & he was was a fighter. The last time we saw him in hospital I told him that I didn't know where he got the strength from and I admired that in him. He never complained but carried on the best he could. We love you Alf and now you are free from pain. Rest In Peace Dear Brother. Love from Corinne, Dave, Brandon and Lucas
From: Aunt Styn Furness
My sincere condolences to Fran and family, in the passing of Alf.
A long struggle with many health issues but now rest in peace.
Fran, you have been in my thoughts and prayers. Aunt Styn
From: Linda Payne
Since moving back to Owen Sound, we reconnected during our drives to your dialysis appointments, during the beginning of the pandemic, and shared some memories of growing up in Leith. In the past years many other health issues arose and not once did you complain. How many times you rallied around, usually with that quirky grin. Fran will be taking you home. In heaven our parents are there to greet you. Sending love from your older sister, Linda
From: Jim McMeekin
I am so sorry to hear of Alf's passing. When I think of growing up together in Leith we sure had a lot of good times together. He will be missed. Rest in peace my friend. My sincere condolences to Fran and her family and to the Nelson siblings Jim McMeekin
From: Barry and Darlene Smith(sister)
To Fran, and all the siblings on both sides Monday was a sad day for all of us, we lost a dear brother, husband and friend. His pain is gone and what a fighter, he tricked all of us so many times that we thought he wouldn't make it and he would just bounce back and carry on. He will be sadly missed by all the lives he touched. RIP Alfred dear brother
From: Madilynn Wade
Fran and extended family, My sincere condolences that you and Alf had to go through this very hard time. May he rest in Peace. John Bible sends his kindest thoughts, too.