October 28, 1926 – February 26, 2018
Dallman, Audrey, called “Holly” by family and friends, passed away Feb 26, 2018 at 10:45 pm. She is fondly remembered and missed by her husband (Bill Dallman), her children Carolyn, Joanne, Garth and daughter-in-law Marlene, her grandchildren Donovan and wife Shannon, Brendan, Caleb, Tyler and Nevin, and great grandchildren Devin, Hayden and Logan. She was a dedicated member of St. James Anglican Church in Dundas acting as a former warden, stalwart choir member and treasurer for St. James Anglican Church in Dundas. She worked as a law clerk and bookkeeper for Van Der Woerd and Faber for many years. And in her retirement spent several years at Revenue Canada at income tax time. Friends will be received by the family at ST. JAMES ANGLICAN CHURCH, 137 Melville Street, Dundas, on Friday, March 2, 2018 from 1:00 until the time of Holly’s Memorial Service at 2 p.m. Everyone welcome. Thanks to all friends and family members who have provided support during this difficult time. In lieu of flowers please make your donation to St. James Anglican Church or your favorite charity, in Holly’s name.
So sorry to hear of Holly’s passing. I remember her fondly.
Condolences to the Dallman family on the passing of Holly. Bill & Holly were great friends of Margot & me for many years. My friendship with Bill goes back to my high school days in Archerwill, Saskatchewan, when Bill was working in the Co-op store there.
I have an old picture of Bill, Holly, Lynn and Joanne that was taken in Clinton, Ontario. This website appears to not have a way to include a picture, so I will send the picture to Bill in a separate email.
God bless you all.
Glen & Margot
We are so sorry to hear about Holly. Be assured of our thoughts and prayers, David & Arlene Long
Dear Bill and family. Our thoughts and prayers are with and for you at this time. We agree it must be a blessing for all of you now, as you really lost most of what your wife and mother was some time ago. God bless. Al & Pam Mogg.
Very sorry to learn of Holly’s death. My sincere sympathy to you, Bill, and all the family. It was a pleasure to know her for a few years at St. Joseph’s Estates.
I’m very sorry I missed Holly’s service. St. James just won’t be the same without Holly. She was no only a gentle, supportive soul, but she was a gem in the choir, and I always enjoyed seeing her broad smile looking back at me when I conducted.
Bill – sending you love and promises to hold you and your family in my prayers.
We are very sorry to hear about Hollys death. She was a very sweet and kindhearted person. Our heartfelt condolences to you and your family Bill.