Allan M Mclaughlan 03/04/2019

Posted by on Mar 5, 2019 in Obituaries | 3 comments

Weymouth-   Allan M. McLaughlan, age 83, entered into eternal life on March 4, 2019. Allan was born and raised in Scotland and has lived in Weymouth for many years.     Mr. McLaughlan was a shipwright at the General Dynamics Shipyard in Quincy.    Allan served in the British Army with the Engineer Corps. He belonged to the British Legion. Beloved husband of Winifred (Murray) McLaughlan.  Devoted father of Francis Allan McLaughlan and his wife Margo of Weymouth, Caroline McLaughlan of Kearney, New Jersey, and Allison Haskell and her partner Christopher Cogswell of Hanson. Beloved brother of Anna Murchie and Walter  McLaughlan.   Allan was pre-deceased by seven brothers and sisters. Loving grandfather of Heather, Allison, Andrea, Andrew, Kevin, Kaitlin and Paisley and great-grandfather to Benjamin, Mya, Dante, and Jessa .   Funeral  from the Clancy-Lucid Funeral Home, 100 Washington St.  Weymouth on  Friday, March 8at 9:30 AM  Funeral Mass in the Sacred Heart Church, Weymouth at 10:30 am. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited for Visiting hours on Thursday  from 2-4 and 6-8 PM. Burial is private.   If desired, donations may be made in his memory to Hospice of the South Shore, 30 Reservoir Park Drive, Rockland, Ma 02370

 

3 Comments

  1. 3-6-2019

    Caroline & Family,
    Tom, Marion & Taylar send their condolences to you and the entire family at this difficult time in the passing of your dad Allen. May the memory of Allen Live on in each and every one of you in the up coming months ahead and beyond.

    Love Marion, Tom & Taylar

  2. 3-7-2019

    Condolences to my friend and sports colleague Al on the passing of your father. What a great life is described in this obituary, he sounds like a True Scot. I can picture someone like your Dad being 100% at home in that great Harland and Wolff Shipyard in Belfast, Northern Ireland! May he Rest In Peace.
    “Chuid eile i síocháin” as they say in Gaelic, though I think “Fois dhut” (Scotch Galelic, Rest In Peace)) is better.

  3. 3-9-2019

    So very sorry for your loss.We are thinking of you and your family at this time.I always enjoyed the time I spent talking with your Dad he was a good man R.I.P.
    Trent and Chris

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