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J. Allison Robichaud


December 29, 1931

Newcastle, New Brunswick


March 21, 2023

Point Edward, Ontario


On March 21, 2023
Peacefully at his residence
J. Allison Robichaud passed away,
surrounded by his loving family.

Visitation & Services


Lakeview Cemetery


Cheques only please,
will be received at the funeral home


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Family Memories

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I knew Allison when he and Margot lived in Prescott, ON. I worked w Margot. Allison was so passionate about art. I am fortunate to have a few of his paintings. I think of him often. Cindy
Cindy Nevins

Oh, dear friend, you have moved on... Sincere condolences to Allison's family on his passing... Though he passed months ago, I was not aware of it until moments ago when I checked out his FB profile. I had the pleasure of representing Allison and his Art in Toronto. First, at Scollard Street Gallery and then at Art Avenue Gallery. I am sorry that we fell out of touch in recent years. He will live on through his wonderful art (of which I own a couple of pieces). "Rest in peace, dear Allison" - sincerely, Serge Chriqui
Serge Chriqui

Allison was a wonderful man. I met Margot when I started at the school she worked at, near Prescott. And then of course met Allison. He would show me his paintings and we would have long discussions about art. His passion for nature and art was insurmountable. I miss them both so much. I find solace in knowing he is with his beloved Margot again. Condolences to his wonderful family. Cindy
Cindy Nevins

Allison, where do I begin.. first off, you will be hugely missed (I am being selfish here ) as conversations with you were insightful, witty and educational. I will not offer prayers as you would balk at that , however, I will celebrate your life, our friendship and the valuable lessons that you shared. Sincerely, edgar
Edgar A

To the family of J. Allison Robichaud, Our sincerest condolences to Allison’s family members. We have such wonderful and cherished memories of Allison (your father and grandfather) the times we spent with him together while painting and participating in different art symposiums in Charlevoix and other regions of Québec. He had a great sense of humor and wit which kept you laughing during our telephone conversations especially the last few years. His passion of sharing good books and food, supporter of arts kept him motivated. A life well lived. May his memory be a blessing. We are deeply grateful to have crossed paths with Allison in this lifetime. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Nos pensées sont avec vous tous. Bon courage et nos plus sincères sympathies. Yoko and Roger Hardy, Québec City
Yoko and Roger Hardy

To the Family, we were saddened to hear of Robbie’s passing. Many great curling memories and fun times during our college years at Centralia. He was a wise mentor. Thinking of you all. Donna and Neil.
Neil and Donna Hemingway

A life well lived!
Karen and Wayne Goodman

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