Alan Robert Dunnet
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On November 11, 2020 after fighting a long battle with Parkinson's, Alan is at peace. There were ups and downs throughout the years but you were always loved and will be missed. Born in Moncton, NB on July 20, 1940, he was the son of the late Robert "Clair" and Teresa (Sherrard). He attended UNB and graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration. Following graduation, he joined Imperial Oil/Esso and later a job with Shell Canada which brought him to Ontario, where he resided for 31 years. His subsequent years were spent working at the University of Waterloo and then The Record before joining KMPG, a move that took him back to the east coast where he lived for the past 23 years. Beloved husband for 26 years of Sandra. Will be lovingly remembered by his children Christine Jovanovic (Julyan), Suzanne Keller (Christopher), Jeffrey Dunnet (Colleen). Grandchildren Rebecca Dunnet (Adrien King), Jackson, Jamie Keller, Joshua, Kaitlyn Dunnet and great granddaughter Hunter King. Loving stepfather of Travis Cobean (Angie), Robyn Lawlor (Jamie), and grandfather of Kai, Ari and Nixon. He is survived by and will be remembered with love by his brother Bill Dunnet (Bonnie), and sisters Catherine Bourque (Gary), Donna Heavyside (Peter) as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Remembered fondly by his ex-wife Ann Bennett. "Regret is ... an unavoidable result of any loss, for in loss we lose the tomorrow that we needed to make right our yesterday or today." Gerald Lawson Sittser

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Published in Waterloo Region Record on Nov. 21, 2020.
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November 18, 2020
I’m so heartbroken to hear about Alan’s passing.... I will miss caring for him every Wednesday night. He was such a kind man and always managed to make me laugh and smile. Thinking of you Sandra. Xo

November 18, 2020
Al was always friendly and helpful when he was in HR at The Record.
Paul South
November 17, 2020
A wonderful person! Was fortunate to have known and worked with Allan for many years. Always positive and upbeat. A sad loss.
Richard Pullin
Richard Pullin
November 17, 2020
What we always will remember about Alan is his gentlemanly demeanor and his quiet way. He was always so happy to be where he was and with whom he was. We loved when he came to Ontario and stayed a while.
Susan and Reg Reed
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