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Alexander "Al" Livingston
Learn
1933 - 2020
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Condolence From: (Edward) Brian Learn
Condolence: Just a note to give my condolences for the passing Al. Although I we only met a few times, I would like to share the story. Back in the late 80's early 90's, I used to frequent a bar in Fort Erie's Southend called Portofino's. A friend of mine used to work there, Laurie as a bar tender. One day I stopped to have a beer and sat at the bar near a fellow also having a beer. Well when Laurie came to get my order she looked wide eyed and said,, hey, you guys have the same last name. I looked at Al and we started to chat. Before you knew it, we had discovered we where related from some time ago. I believe it was in the 1700's where our families connect. Anyway, Al invited me over to meet the family at his house on the Boulevard. Betty and he invited the kids, were all very welcoming and the resemblances of them to some of my family was stunning. I grew up on Kraft Road in Fort Erie (J.L. Kraft was my great uncle), and to just happen to meet Al and the family was a pleasure. I want you guys to know, my thoughts are with you.
Tuesday August 11, 2020
Condolence From: Matthew Gardiner
Condolence: The life I enjoy I owe to you, my friend and mentor. Godspeed Livingston...MJG
Monday August 10, 2020
Condolence From: Joseph & Barbara Prioli
Condolence: Dear Learn families, We were saddened to hear about Al's passing. We will keep Al and the Learn families in our prayers.
Monday August 10, 2020
Condolence From: Andy Kurcz
Condolence: To Susie Ed and family of Al and Betty Learn. My deepest sympathies . I had the pleasure of meeting them when I got into the investment business in 1983. We became friends and that friendship continued and I even got to know some of their friends. I will miss them.
Sunday August 09, 2020
Condolence From: Helen & Garret Smits
Condolence: Dear Ed, Lise and the Learn families, we are saddened to learn of the passing of Al a wonderful neighbour to Helen’s uncle, aunt & sister on Springhead Gardens. We will continue to pray for him and all of you as well. “May his soul and all the souls of the faithful departed through the mercy of God Rest In Peace. Amen.”
Friday August 07, 2020
Condolence From: Fran Gifford
Condolence: To all the family, condolences on the loss of your very special dad, brother, granddad and great grandad. Al was a staunch friend, generous family man, great host, adventuresome motorcyclist, and had a quick wit and positive outlook on life. He had a big heart and helped many causes quietly. The world was better for him being here.
Friday August 07, 2020
Condolence From: Fran Gifford
Condolence: To all the family, condolences on the loss of your very special dad, brother, granddad and great grandad. Al was a staunch friend, generous family man, great host, adventuresome motorcyclist, and had a quick wit and positive outlook on life. He had a big heart and helped many causes quietly. The world was better for him being here.
Friday August 07, 2020
Condolence From: Pete Bates
Condolence: Ed, Lise and the Learn family Diane and I are saddened to hear of Your Dad’s passing. Our deepest condolences to you all.

Pete & Diane
Thursday August 06, 2020
Condolence From: Don Spry
Condolence: It was my pleasure to have Al as a friend through working with him at General Tire and dealing with him at Dominion Securities.
Al was the most honest and sincere friend anyone could have. His sense of humour was unique - always with a jab and a smirk awaiting a quick response.
As the founder of the Romeos and his loyal friendship he made retirement a lot more enjoyable for many of us.
Gail and I will miss you old friend.

Don Spry, Gail Lostracco
Wednesday August 05, 2020
Condolence From: Sharon Moore
Condolence: My deepest sympathy to all of you. Growing up, I was so lucky to have "Uncle Al" around so much and he was one of the very special few that I allowed to call me by my childhood nickname! He was such a good friend to my dad and he was right there by his side when he was ill. I will miss him and your mom so much and will cherish all the special memories forever.
Love from Sharon, Chris, Rachael, David and Philip Moore.
Wednesday August 05, 2020
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