The Globe and Mail (Prairie Edition) - - BIRTH AND DEATH NOTICES -

87 of Al­lis­ton, On­tario, passed away on Novem­ber 26, 2018 peace­fully in her sleep. Alice was born Fe­bru­ary 1, 1931 in Toronto, On­tario to the lov­ing par­ents of Nor­man and Margaret Chisholm. Alice had three sis­ters; Mary Oakes, Edith Bir­kett and Norma Chisholm (de­ceased), who shared a close bond with each other and cot­tage life on Gull Lake dur­ing child­hood. That close sis­ter bond never less­ened.

Beloved wife to Don­ald For­rest who passed away on Septem­ber 25, 2012. Lov­ing mother to Bill (Heather), Su­san (Ira), Jeff (Diana), Ja­nis (Mark), Scott (Penny) and Sharon. She will be sadly missed by her grand­chil­dren: Matthew ( An­gela), Sa­man­tha (Layne), Ben, Liam, Rachel, Lau­ren, Jade, Ma­claren, Lindsay, Jeff, Jil­lian and Jamie and great-grand­mother to Ste­vie. Alice was a lov­ing Aunt to the Bir­kett, Oakes and Ket­tle fam­i­lies.

Alice be­gan her nurs­ing ca­reer in 1952 at Sick Kids Hos­pi­tal and met the love of her life, Don, at a youth group dance at Ti­mothy Ea­ton. A week af­ter meet­ing him she left to work as the sole nurse on Bella Bella is­land off the west coast. Don waited pa­tiently for Alice, and when she re­turned home they mar­ried and raised six kids in Mis­sis­sauga un­til they re­tired in Al­lis­ton and Florida. Alice and Don were devoted par­ents and many of their fond­est me­mories were with their chil­dren, sib­lings and their spouses and at the cot­tage with their ex­tended f am­ily of nieces and neph­ews. Alice al­ways had an aura of peace and con­tent­ment. Her great­est legacy is her strength, ease at which she laughed, com­pas­sion, kind­ness and un­con­di­tional love. She will be dearly missed. In lieu of flow­ers, do­na­tions can be made to The Steven­son Me­mo­rial Hos­pi­tal Foun­da­tion

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