February 4, 1949 – September 13, 2017

McAllister, Millie Ann (nee Tudorov) – Passed away peacefully at St. Joseph’s Hospital on September 13, 2017 in her 69th year. Loving mother to Jackie (Dave) and Scott. Caring grandmother to Callan and Ruby. Millie was born in Zadar, Croatia. She was a longtime fan of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Cremation has taken place.

25 Messages to McAllister, Millie Ann (neeTudorov)

  • Angela Wilson

    My thought and prayers are with you Scott and Jackie. I was so shocked to hear of Millie’s passing, I was Millie’s hairdresser. I always looked forward to seeing her. She was a kind and gentle lady, she always talked highly of her family. She will missed. Angela Wilson

  • Wayne & Shirley Zess

    Deepest Sympathy she will be missed ,Sincerley your friend Wally Willet

  • Amy Cheverie

    Millie was an amazing lady. We talked all the time at work. I loved her sense of humour, and her laugh. When I think of Millie, I think of the Hamilton Tiger Cats. She was such a fan!!! Go cats go!!! Love you Millie!!!!

  • Rose and Rene Blandin

    So sorry for your loss. Your mom was a lovely person and will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers our with your family at this difficult time.

  • Susan Robinson

    I was so so shocked to hear of Millie’s passing. Millie was a friend to me from the time I moved from London 35 years ago. We had a lot of good laughs over the years. In spite of hardships, she could always make me laugh. Millie was proud of her heritage and often spoke of her homeland. Jackie and Scott were her pride and joy. Keep your good memories close to your heart and remember her for caring and fun loving nature. Our condolences to all the family.

    Love Susan and Buddy.

  • Wayne & Shirley Zess

    So very sorry to hear of your mother’s passing.Lovely person we always will hold her in our memory’s.

  • Linda Saunders

    Shocked to see your mom’s death notice……the picture of her certainly captures her essence. It seems only yesterday I worked with her to apply for her well deserved pension. Heartfelt condolences to children and grandchildren. You will be in my prayers this evening.

  • Krista Zonruiter

    My deepest condolences. Your mom was kind and a wonderful woman. Many days she could make me laugh and truly was a pleasure to work with everyday. She will be missed.

  • David main

    A lump in the throat an anxious drop of sweat a tear in the eyes a feeling of debt the skip of a heartbeat emptiness in the soul this is how I feel as u leave your role the feeling is if that a friend going away who I will remember each n everyday for the rest of my life.

  • Lynda Wilkinson

    I am so sad to hear about Millie. I have fun filled memories, working with her, at a downtown mortgage company, 49 years ago. We reunited 4 years ago at Giant Tiger, met for a coffee and got caught up on our lives. She proudly talked about her family. I will miss seeing her smiling face and sense of humor! To Scott and Jackie, your mom was a wonderful person and I am so sorry for your loss.

  • Sharon Ross

    Millie will be sadly missed. She was my bestfriend and will be in my heart and thoughts forever. She has a wonderful family and hopefully they know I will be there if they need me.

  • Ron Tammer

    Millie was always a sight for sore eyes for big dumb Handy Movers when we returned to the warehouse after a long day of drinking and moving things. She would always welcome us with a smile and a story. Sometimes she would have Scott and Jackie there with her, and you could tell that everything else was secondary to her family. She was a sweet woman, and will be will always be remembered fondly by this big dumb Handy Mover.

  • David main

    My deepest condolences n sympathy to u and family n closest friends n friends. We all will miss u dearly.

  • David main

    I will miss u a bunch u we’re a awesome funny person n a great coworker to work with love u n will miss u a bunch.

  • Lindsay Smith

    So sorry for your family’s loss. What a hilarious, caring, passionate woman. I feel very lucky to have known her, learn from her wisdom, and laugh with her stories of her young years. What a true peach, I’ll always look back at the time we spent together with a smile. 💜

  • Frank and Janet

    Our deepest condolences to Jackie,Dave,Callan,Ruby and Scott. Your Mom,Grandma was a loving person. Love to all 💗💗💗

  • Marjorie Couture

    I have read all comments about Millie and everything is true she was a very Special lady and I will miss her.May your memories bring her family some comfort.

  • Carolynne and Jim

    Scott and Jackie, we are so sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. Millie was a great lady and a wonderful neighbour, she will be truly missed. Thoughts and prayers for you and your family.

  • Robyn Beazley

    You will forever be missed. Your laugh, your smile, your sense of humor. I will never forget you.. Giant tiger will not be the same without you. Love you forever ❤️❤️❤️ Prayers and love to her family..

  • Tom Brash

    Our deepest condolences to Millie’s family. She was a wonderful and caring person. Our thoughts are with you – the Hamilton Giant Tiger family. Tom and Kim Brash and team

  • Marie raynsford/robinson

    Sorry to hear about your mom.
    Millie was a beautiful lady inside and out.
    She will be missed.

  • Carol Fields

    Your Mom was a lovely woman with a caring soul. My deepest sympathies to you and your family.

  • Theresa Fields

    I will forever miss the jokes and loving personality Millie had. She was an absolute pleasure to be around. Much love and prayers for her family.

  • Jacqueline Binkley

    So sorry for the loss of your Mom. I always remember your Mom as being such a beautiful lady. Thinking of you during this difficult time. Jackie Binkley and Family

  • Pat timmins

    Millie will be greatly missed for her sense of humor and her quiet dignity. prayers and love to her family.

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