Margaret (Estabrooks) Patterson 1943
Joseph H. Donahue
Gordon E. Tower
Joanne (VanZwol) Brais
Anne (Gadwich, Amos) Pobihushka
Marion T. Wells
Mike Oulton ('73)
nity nutritionist on PEI and was
recognized continually for her
tions and her strong family values.
Lynda is survived by her husband
Mike ('73) and three daughters,
Mindy (Oulton) McCarville ('99),
Kerry (Oulton) Hollett ('02), and
Brittany. Lynda had an amazing life,
and her passing has left her family,
professional colleagues, and com-
munity deeply saddened.
Mark Dickie ('75) and daughter
Jan Watkins ('78)
on Aug. 27 '10 after a lengthy battle
with cancer and Parkinson's disease.
A Life Class Officer of the Class of
'43, he was among the last survivors
of the Trueman House fire in 1941.
Mount Allison played an important
part in his growing up, not just the
formal teaching he received, but
in the life skills he learned and the
friendships he made. These would
serve him well through his entire life,
and many of the lessons he learned
there were passed on to his children.
on Feb. 5 '11 at the age of 93. In
the mid 40s he attended Mount
Allison before completing the
vinity College. He served in pasto-
ral communities in NL, NS, and NB
before retiring in Shelburne, NS.
He also extended his service in
roles such as mayor, chair of the
school board, chair of the Co-op
Housing Authority, padre with
Canadian Legion Branch 63. He
it was a life-long dream to com-
plete his degree at Mount Allison.
This came true in '97 when he
graduated with his BA.
Kevin Estabrooks ('83)
On Feb. 17 '11, Ronald N. Estabrooks
passed away. At Mount A, Dad
played sports and nurtured his
love for education. His life focused
on family, sports, community and
education; and he was commit-
ted to helping others. He was an
active alumnus and two of his four
children "swam" in the swan pond,
my sister Brenda (Estabrooks)
Wentzell ('73) and me. Memories
of Dad and Mount A include sit-
ting beside him in the bleachers as
a youngster as "fight songs" went
over my head, to his smile on our
Allisonians you have known and loved, and we will be happy to print short versions in the Record and longer versions online (http://alumni.mta.ca).