Toronto, Ontario

1936 - 2020


Toronto, Ontario


ALAN MCKENZIE ACIB, FICB, FInstD, FSA Scot, Lieutenant to Cabarfeidh 1936 - 2020 Died peacefully in Oakville, Ontario, aged 83. Predeceased by his first wife Jill, his son Neil, and brother Stewart. Lovingly remembered by his devoted wife Susan, sister Muriel, children Duncan, Fiona, Ian, and...

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So sorry for your loss. I did not know your dad long but he seemed like a great guy and I loved having him in my class.
Brian Henry

Dear Susan,
I was very saddened by Alan's passing. Although I did not see him too often, I loved his company and because of him I have met so many good people through the MacKenzie Clan Society. He was truly a great man. He will be thoroughly missed.

I first met Alan in 1981, when he was one of a panel which interviewed me, for what turned out to have been my 1st job here in Canada. During the 4 years in which we were colleagues, he was the very soul of professionalism, discreet beyond words, a fine and generous mentor, and at all times a gentlemanly possessor of wit and wisdom.

Pat and I extend our deepest condolences to his family, and we know he will be long missed by many.

My sincerest condolences to Susan and to the rest of the McKenzie family. I had known Alan for over 14 years since the marriage of my Daughter Soonya and his son Ian. I knew him mostly from a distance but that does not diminish my admiration for the man, a very good man, for his talent acting on stage, for his rigorous effort and willingness to serve the public , for his deep love of family and humanity, for his great sense o of humor and his genuine warm friendship. He...

Warm thoughts to the McKenzie family.

"When will we see the likes of him again?" Hear, hear! Our love to all. Roxanne and surely, Ruth.

My condolences to Alan McKenzie's family. Alan was versatile, talented and accomplished many things with his life. He was the third president of the Scottish Studies Foundation. Later we served as Foundation directors together, he as treasurer and myself as secretary. Blanche and I last saw Alan in the hospice on 30 Dec 2019. He was sleeping. Alan was a friend, a fine gentleman and Im very pleased to have known him.
John B McMillan, Scottish Studies Foundation.

My sincere condolences to the McKenzie family on this sad occasion. Alan was a wonderful and talented man and I consider it an honour to have had him as a friend. He will be sorely missed. When will we see the likes of him again? David Hunter, Scottish Studies Foundation