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He subsequently joined the Dartmouth law firm named Drury, Heustis, Anderson, Dickie & Kimball (later named Anderson Huestis) where he was a senior partner until his retirement.

Alan's life will be remembered through a Burial of Ashes at Sea by the Royal Canadian Navy at a future date.

If you wish, condolences may be extended to the family in care of Sands Funeral Chapel, 187 Duncan Road, Duncan, BC, V9L 2P1.

He settled in Duncan, on Vancouver Island near his daughter Lori.

Predeceased by his mother, father and wife, Al is survived by daughters Lori (Gord) Hamilton of Cobble Hill, BC, Tracy (Jack) Mc Clelland of Red Deer, granddaughter Brianne (Richard) Hall of Calgary, grandson Cody Mc Clelland of Red Deer, sister Sandra Hamm of Coquitlam, BC, and is fondly remembered by extended family and many friends from around the globe.

He also served on the HMCS Preserver, and the HMCS Iroquois. As Reginald Cowper, a former crew member stated, Lieut. While at Dalhousie, Don received Varsity Letters for basketball, rugby and badminton and he also played inter-faculty hockey.

He served in the Gulf War, and received the Kuwait Medal. Two days after finishing his law exams in May 1941, he went on active service as an officer in Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve.

He joined the Royal Canadian Navy to see the world and his first ship was HMCS Sioux.

Sailing mainly in the Far East, the ship conducted patrols and Al visited many ports including Hawaii, Guam, Japan, Hong Kong, Macau, Korea, Formosa (Taiwan), Okinawa Island, Borneo, Manila, and the Marquesas Islands.

Don then moved to New York City where he practiced admiralty law for two years and did post-graduate studies at the New York Graduate School of Law.

When he returned to Halifax, Don established his own law office and also Elland Agencies, a firm engaged in importing, marine and general insurance brokerage, and marine insurance adjusting and settling claims for German and Japanese marine insurance companies.

Born in Halifax, he was the son of Jack and Blanche (Isnor) Alexander of Italy Cross. The Captain informed us that there was no need to rush forward to be first to volunteer; both he and the First Lieutenant had already signed at the top of the list. For his service he received the 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Defence Medal, the Canadian Volunteer Service Medal and the War Medal. (written by Kevin Joynt)ANDERSON, Donald De Blois, QC, BA, LLB - 93, passed away on January 12, 2010, the QEII, Health Sciences Centre, Hospital. Don is survived by his wife, Helen (Read) and their five children: Donald Bruce, Katherine Jean (Gerald Owen), Glenn Read (Lynn), Gordon Alan (Andrea) and Helen Jane (Ed Wark), and grandchildren, Benjamin, Christopher, Faith, Cameron, Ryan and Molly Anderson, and Sophie, Maggie and Malcolm Wark. Anderson and her children, Stewart Anderson and Ruth Megannety.

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