Peter Morley Allen

Peter Morley Allen, resident of Victoria, BC, formerly of Scarborough, ON, passed away peacefully October 9th, 2019, at the Royal Jubilee Hospital, at the age of 67 years.

Peter was born January 23, 1952 in Toronto, ON, the youngest of three boys. He was raised in Scarborough ON, with his two brothers, Kenneth Paul Allen and Gregory Arthur Samuel Allen.

Peter studied math and accounting and spent much of his career as a Supervisor at Canada Pension Plan. Peter was a great athlete who enjoyed playing tennis, hockey, baseball, golf, and lawn bowling. He also loved gardening.

He will be sadly missed by his brothers, K. Paul Allen (Pat) and Greg Allen (Carol), and his nieces and nephews, Michele, Chris (Karen), Jennifer and Brandi, and his grand nieces and nephews, Jamieson, Hayden, Sabrina, Jethro, Fionn, Calum, Kyle, Cale, Sasha and Jolie, his great grand nephew, Hunter, his cousins Virginia, Charles, and Ralph and his many friends.

He was predeceased by his mother, Barbara Jeanes and his father, William Kenneth Allen, and his wife Kathleen McLeod.

A celebration of his life will be held Sunday, November 3rd, 1 PM to 3 PM, at his home.

Memorial donations may be made to BCSPCA.

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  1. Rest In Peace my dear friend. I am so grateful for the time we spent together ~ you brought me out to the west coast and I thank you for that! Your loving heart and generous soul touched many! You remain in our hearts!
    I am sorry to miss the celebration as I am traveling out of country.

  2. Rest in peace Peter. You were an excellent team leader, colleague and friend. I will not be able to attend the celebration as Jay and I leave the country Saturday. You are missed.

  3. Sad to hear that Pete passed. He was an uncle to me and I’ll remember all the love you gave me. Thanks for teaching me all those card games and never letting me win at crib! ????But I’m sure him and my dad are having a blast together somewhere.

  4. Kathy Budzyn (Hope)

    I am so sorry I didn’t get to spend time with Pete in these later years. We spent so many “Late” nights playing euchre and crib and I will always remember his smile, his smirk, his crooked glasses and his sense of humour. We had so many really great times….and lots of laughs around the table.
    The game will go on….you will be missed.

  5. Peter was a friend and colleague. I appreciated all the support he gave me during the many years we worked together. We had some good times together and he always had a unique perspective. Rest In Peace, my friend.

  6. So many memories of Peter. He was a colleague and a friend. Rest In Peace, my friend!

  7. Caroline Hudson

    Peter had a kind heart and was a very compassionate person, I worked with him in the CPP world for many years and appreciated his sincerity and genuine nature. He had a fun personality and I’m sorry he has gone so soon. I hope he and Kathleen are somehow together again, enjoying gardening in the sun. Here’s to both of you! Caroline.

  8. I will always remember the many good times we shared and the daily talks we had during our breaks. Pete was a very fair & caring person and always put his employees first. He was an accomplished card player, especially cribbage, and loved playing cards whenever he had the chance. I’m sure he’s still gingling some of my lose change, from times gone by!
    Rest in piece my friend and I hope you are in a better place now.

  9. When he and I were boys and young teens, we were best of friends as well as cousins. Time and our lives came between us and I never knew him after that. We had almost no contact after our 1975. Last time I saw him was very late in 2017, and we didn’t have a heart connection. To have known a person so well at one time and to have lost the feelings, is not unusual in life, I suppose. But I grieve for the might-have-beens.

  10. Peter was my cousin and a friend. We lived together in our grandparents house for a number of years in our twenties. We kept in touch when he moved west and still shared a laugh over the phone several times yearly. I will miss him a lot and treasure the many good times we had together.

  11. Worked with Peter for many years in the CPP world and enjoyed his friendship. His wife Kathleen was also a a good friend and I miss them both.

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